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My PC is freezing...

Mr.Other

Hi there, I have been having issues with my PC.

It tends to completely freeze when trying to launch the game or when I try rendering in Vegas 15 using "OpenGL" ( when I render using only CPU I have no issues)

Now, sometimes I manage to launch the game, but sometimes I can't. 

To fix this "freeze" I need to manually restart PC. 

 

So far, I tried 

1. Reinstalling Windows 10

2. Run a memory check 

3. Clear computer’s temp files

4. Run System File Checker

5. Test my GPU using FurMark ( No issues, temps are around 40 degrees Celsius )

 

PC is 4-5 years old, and i will be buying new GPU and PSU: 

-Asus Rx570 Expedition 4GB

- MS PLATINUM PRO 80PLUS 600W : https://ms-start.com/ms-platinum-pro-80plus-600w-bronze-napajanje.aspx

 

 

Please i need help...

 

My PC: 

CPU: Intel Core i5 4670

GPU: AMD Radeon HD 7750

Cooler: Arctic Freezer 13

RAM: 8GB 1600mhz kingston ddr3

OS: Windows 10 64bit

Motherboard: Gigabyte B85m-D2V

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I probably wouldn't get the PSU you suggested. Good PSUs are Corsair's TXM, RMx, RMi line and from Seasonic there's the FOCUS PLUS line and the PRIME and PRIME ULTRA line.

Ryzen 7 3700X / 16GB RAM / Optane SSD / GTX 1650 / Solus Linux

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I mean I don't have a lot of money, and I do have warranty for 1 year on that PSU... 

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This is my current PSU.

 

Note: This PC is 5 years old, and i never had problems with it, until now..

And these are my drives inside of PC. ( Yes, I know 1 of them is bad, but i use it only for recording my gameplay...and I don't have anything important on it..)

 

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I did the OCCT test...

 

Not sure what does it mean, but here it is. I put it in winRar..

 

Btw...while doing the occt test, nothing happend....and my pc didn't freeze..

2019-02-24.rar

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No, my game files are on my Toshiba drive. 

On that drive are recorded videos, around 5-10 of them. I know that drive has bad sectors so I only keep the files are are not important.

 

Toshiba drive was bought around 1 year ago... Something like that.. 

But I doubt that it could be that drive since I am hardly using it anyway.... 

 

Again, those freezes are happening when I try rendering with OpenGL in Sony Vegas 15 Pro and sometimes when I start a game... 

 

This PC is around 5 years old and I will be changing current GPU and PSU with those above...

My guess is that GPU is faulty because those freezes are happening when loading games and when rendering using OpenGL since both tasks are GPU related, but I am starting to doubt that....

 

I already tried:

1. Reinstalling Windows 10

2. Run a memory check 

3. Clear computer’s temp files

4. Run System File Checker

5. Test my GPU using FurMark ( No issues, temps are around 40 degrees Celsius )

6. Test my PC using OCCT (test results are in WinRar above) 

7. Reinstalled drivers... 

 

You should know that I use my PC a lot for video rendering, game recording, gaming (ofc), watching movies.

 

Oh I also have 2 Monitors, one is running from my integrated GPU and other is running from my dedicated GPU.  But I didn't have problems with that and I have had 2 monitors for about 2 years now. 

 

I don't know what to try anymore....I could reinstall windows 10 again but I don't think that those freezes are system related. 

 

It's like my PC does a hickup and boom windows, and everything else is frozen...and all I can to is manually restart the PC... 

 

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The easiest way to find out if the problem comes from the GPU, would be to put your HD 7750 in an other computer and put an other GPU in your current computer.

 

If your HD 7750 causes problems on the second computer, than that GPU has a problem.

If you still have problems on your computer with the other GPU, than something else is wrong in your computer.

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2 hours ago, matt-fr said:

The easiest way to find out if the problem comes from the GPU, would be to put your HD 7750 in an other computer and put an other GPU in your current computer.

 

If your HD 7750 causes problems on the second computer, than that GPU has a problem.

If you still have problems on your computer with the other GPU, than something else is wrong in your computer.

Yeah I know, but I don't have 2nd PC...

 

That is a problem.... and I don't know what else to do...

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