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Does i have bad psu ?

Go to solution Solved by PDifolco,

Those are warnings, BSOD should be under "red" error category

Use a filter with "WHEA" term

Hey guys i have pc with specs 

r5 3600

rtx2060 

16gb ram

650 watt psu

and it randomly gives me bsod with most common bsod code live kernel event 144 

i changed my motherboard although it solved my pc freezing issue but  bsod is still there i recently checked my psu voltages during stress test and it drop from 12.1 V to 11.5 V can those bsod be due to psu ? 

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Make and model matters. As stated in your previous thread you posted 45 minutes prior, vdroop alone doesnt mean you got a bad PSU.

 

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14 minutes ago, dead gamer said:

Hey guys i have pc with specs 

r5 3600

rtx2060 

16gb ram

650 watt psu

and it randomly gives me bsod with most common bsod code live kernel event 144 

i changed my motherboard although it solved my pc freezing issue but  bsod is still there i recently checked my psu voltages during stress test and it drop from 12.1 V to 11.5 V can those bsod be due to psu ? 

The minimum range for the 12V line is 12.6-11.4V so that doesn't inherently prove the PSU is the issue.

 

Trouble is, there can be much more going wrong than the voltage.

Knowing exactly what PSU it is might help, as if its not a known good PSU we would be more likely to suspect it.

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8 minutes ago, Alex Atkin UK said:

The minimum range for the 12V line is 12.6-11.4V so that doesn't inherently prove the PSU is the issue.

 

Trouble is, there can be much more going wrong than the voltage.

Knowing exactly what PSU it is might help, as if its not a known good PSU we would be more likely to suspect it.

thanks

yes my psu brand is not that good it is antec vp650p

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12 minutes ago, Levent said:

Make and model matters. As stated in your previous thread you posted 45 minutes prior, vdroop alone doesnt mean you got a bad PSU.

 

thanks

my psu model antec vp650p

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Many ppl just blame their PSU whenever sh#t happens... 99% of the time they're wrong, 90% of the time it's a software/OS issue, 9% another hardware issue and amongst that 8.5% are RAM issues

Nuff said 🙂

 

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Hardware error codes, 144 indicates a usb device. I would reinstall USB drivers for your motherboard since you swapped the motherboard out, old usb drivers may be present if there was not a whole windows reinstall.

If it’s not that then it could be the fault of basically any usb device you have plugged in, and if that’s not the case then it could be failed ports.

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5 minutes ago, PDifolco said:

Many ppl just blame their PSU whenever sh#t happens... 99% of the time they're wrong, 90% of the time it's a software/OS issue, 9% another hardware issue and amongst that 8.5% are RAM issues

Nuff said 🙂

 

thanks for reply

it cant be software because i have tried every single thing on internet and installed new windows atleast 30 times. also it can not be my ram unless both my rams become faulty with same fault ( i have tested both sticks with memtest 86 multiple times they always passed ) so only questionable things are my cpu, gpu and psu it also cant be my ssd because i have hdd as well and i receved same error if i install windows on hdd

the only thing i'm unable to understand how changing motherboard solved my pc freezing issue my only guss is due to my bad psu my motherboard capacitors become faulty as mentioned in gamer nexus video and that create additional fault in my pc?

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3 minutes ago, 8tg said:

Hardware error codes, 144 indicates a usb device. I would reinstall USB drivers for your motherboard since you swapped the motherboard out, old usb drivers may be present if there was not a whole windows reinstall.

If it’s not that then it could be the fault of basically my usb device you have plugged in, and if that’s not the case then it could be failed ports.

thanks

can it be my keyboard because sometimes my keyboard stop working?

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5 minutes ago, 8tg said:

Hardware error codes, 144 indicates a usb device. I would reinstall USB drivers for your motherboard since you swapped the motherboard out, old usb drivers may be present if there was not a whole windows reinstall.

If it’s not that then it could be the fault of basically my usb device you have plugged in, and if that’s not the case then it could be failed ports.

i have installed usb drivers on my new motherboard and i receve same error on my previous motherboard as well

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3 minutes ago, dead gamer said:

thanks for reply

it cant be software because i have tried every single thing on internet and installed new windows atleast 30 times. also it can not be my ram unless both my rams become faulty with same fault ( i have tested both sticks with memtest 86 multiple times they always passed ) so only questionable things are my cpu, gpu and psu it also cant be my ssd because i have hdd as well and i receved same error if i install windows on hdd

the only thing i'm unable to understand how changing motherboard solved my pc freezing issue my only guss is due to my bad psu my motherboard capacitors become faulty as mentioned in gamer nexus video and that create additional fault in my pc?

Did you had a look at Event logs to check what's the faulty stuff when you have a BSOD ?

With Kernel error 144 it could be USB stopped working or whatever...

did you try using another CPU ? (my gut feeling is that your problem is with the CPU..)

 

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7 minutes ago, PDifolco said:

Did you had a look at Event logs to check what's the faulty stuff when you have a BSOD ?

With Kernel error 144 it could be USB stopped working or whatever...

did you try using another CPU ? (my gut feeling is that your problem is with the CPU..)

 

this is event log during bsod i'm not into programming so not understand much of it

can you help ?

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Those are warnings, BSOD should be under "red" error category

Use a filter with "WHEA" term

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11 minutes ago, PDifolco said:

Those are warnings, BSOD should be under "red" error category

Use a filter with "WHEA" term

thanks i found the solution it was my internet sharing device 

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1 hour ago, dead gamer said:

this is event log during bsod i'm not into programming so not understand much of it

can you help ?

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the error came back even without internet device pulged into pc and it also make sence as time difference between event log error and bsod is 4 hours 

i think 8tg is right one of my usb device is giving that error 

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