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My PC freezzes and starts buzzing randomly

So i have problem with my PC.After some time gaming my PC freezzes and starts buzzing.Frist i tought that my CPU is overheating so i swapped my thermalpaste.but that did nothing then i changed GPU thermalpaste but that did nothing as well.So i decided to buy a new GPU because everything worked well with integrated GPU.But changing GPU did nothing again.Then i suspected PSU problems so i bought new PSU but again nothing.

 

PC specs:

CPU: I7 3770

Heatsink: Cooler Master Hyper 103

GPU: RX 560 4GB

RAM: 16GB HyperX DDR3

PSU: Cooler Master MWE 500W

MB: ASUS P8Q77-M

 

and i have 6 case fans

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43 minutes ago, Jowcha2003 said:

So i have problem with my PC.After some time gaming my PC freezzes and starts buzzing.Frist i tought that my CPU is overheating so i swapped my thermalpaste.but that did nothing then i changed GPU thermalpaste but that did nothing as well.So i decided to buy a new GPU because everything worked well with integrated GPU.But changing GPU did nothing again.Then i suspected PSU problems so i bought new PSU but again nothing.

 

PC specs:

CPU: I7 3770

Heatsink: Cooler Master Hyper 103

GPU: RX 560 4GB

RAM: 16GB HyperX DDR3

PSU: Cooler Master MWE 500W

MB: ASUS P8Q77-M

 

and i have 6 case fans

 

Have you considered whether your cpu has an issue? How long have you been running the pc? And also, maybe your ram is limiting your pc, did you check that?

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Did you use DDU before updating the GPU driver?

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42 minutes ago, Deli said:

Did you use DDU before updating the GPU driver?

Yes.

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50 minutes ago, CouRageRC said:

Have you considered whether your cpu has an issue? How long have you been running the pc? And also, maybe your ram is limiting your pc, did you check that?

If it is cpu is a problem why everything works good without dedicated gpu?

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