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Hello, About a year ago i've purchased a Cyberpower computer. Everything was running smoothly until a couple months ago the computer has been freezing on me whenever i've played a games. Thinking that maybe it was something in my computer i completely cleaned out my computer and only installed the games, it still froze during gameplay. Both games installed fine and i had no problems starting up the games. I have AMD Radeon HD 6950 GDDR 16X PCIe Video card. I also have an 22 inch Asus monitor. My screen resolution is 1920x1080.I'm going back and forth deciding rather or not it a heating issue. I do have a asetek 510LC Liquid cooling system 120mm Radiator and Fan. The video card reaches about 65 degrees c whenever i'm playing a game. One of games is not windows 7 compatible however it still starts up fine. The other game is windows 7 compatible but like i said both game freezes up during game play..Any suggestion would be appreciated. If you need anymore information about my computer just let me know.
I have Windows 7 Professional 64-bit
TB SATA-III 6.0Gb/s 64MB Cache 7200RPM HDD [-25] (Single Hard Drive)
8GB (2GBx4) DDR3/1600MHz Dual Channel Memory Module (Corsair or Major Brand)
any ideas would be appreciated.
- Označen jako odpověď Cloud_TSModerator 26. června 2012 8:30
Set of test utilities.
Note: If you are OverClocking or use any automatic overclocking or power saving BIOS features, start out by disabling them: Intel EIST, Turbo Mode, Cool and Quite and drop back to the stock speed as a starting point.
Disconnect any other (additional) internal hard drives and external USB devices.
Check for any loose hard drive power or SATA cables, Graphics card or other power cables.
First run Memtest86+:
This runs from a boot disk or CD and should eliminate or confirm if your one or more of your memory
sticks are bad or the SPD values in the BIOS are correct.
Let it run for as long as you can: 2,4,6,8 or more hours (at least 3 full passes), if no errors by then your ram is OK.
Memtest86+ Guide/How To's (use the .ISO to create a bootable CD)
Hard drive Testing:
If you don't know your drives make and model, Try "Speccy",
it provides System/computer Information in detail:
OS, CPU, RAM, Motherboard, Graphics, Hard Drive, Optical Drive, Audio, Peripherals, Network.
Note: RAM option will show number of slots, DRAM Timing,
The speed (Frequency) your memory is running at. The rated frequency for your memory.
Test your drive - Create a Bootable CD:
Anywhere from 5 to 20%, (depending on the manufacture) of new hard drives are defective.
Test your drive using the drive manufacture's utility.
If you have a new Seagate hard drive the very next thing would be to download Seagate's Seatools
(the bootable CD) and check for bad sectors:
For Western Digital drives download the WdDiag .iso file: http://support.wdc.com/product/download.asp?groupid=611&sid=30&lang=en
Samsung's Estool: http://www.samsung.com/global/business/hdd/support/utilities/ES_Tool.html
Samsung's Disk manager software: http://www.samsung.com/Products/HardDiskDrive/utilities/shdiag.htm
Hitachi's Drive Fitness Test software: http://www.hgst.com/hdd/support/download.htm#DFT
Diagnostic tool available for use by customers who feel their Fujitsu Branded Toshiba hard drive:
Fujitsu's Notice of drive Utilities suport: http://www.fujitsu.com/us/services/computing/storage/hdd/
Toshiba bootable CD: (DOS Diagnostic Tool Ver. 7.0 For IDE/ATA/SATA Hard Drives)
Device Drivers: Did you install the motherboard manufacture's latest device drivers?
Check their support site for the latest drivers as the CD that came with the computer
or motherboard may be older and less stable drivers.
Check the Graphics card manufacture's download site:
Download and install the most recent Windows 7 or 8 drivers for your card.
Also check out Nvidia's "Box of Smoke" test or other Demos: http://www.nvidia.com/object/cool_stuff.html#/demos
or ATI equivilent.
It's a stand alone .exe file contained in a .zip archive.
Just choose to run the "stress test" option for 8 hours or more.
If your PC can pass this test both your memory and CPU
are fine (close the case cover to maintain proper ventilation)
Monitor the temperature of each core of your processor.
Note: For non overclockers using the stock Intel/AMD heatsink and cooling fan you can expect
a temperature range of 35 to 40C at idle and from 60C to 65C max when running Prime95.
CPU-ID (CPUZ): http://www.cpuid.com/cpuz.php
Shows the clock speed of the CPU under various load conditions
(when using Intel's EIST speed step technology).
CPU-ID has two tabs - 'Memory' tab which show the actual memory speed
and the 'SPD' tab shows the rated speeds for each memory slot that is populated.
Compair the two values, the actual memory speed should not exceed the rated speed of your memory.
CPUID HWMonitor: A hardware monitoring program that reads PC systems main health sensors.
voltages, temperatures, fans speed.
FurMark GPU (Graphic card) Stress Test:
PassMarks burn in test: http://www.passmark.com/
The Burnin test and their benchmark test both give a good workout of all the major parts of Windows.
Provides drive info and has an option (error scan tab ) to test your drive.
Monitors internal temperatures and has an online drive health analysis feature (SMART tab) for hard drives.
It will display your drives model number and compares your drive with other drives of the same make and model.
A lightweight utility designed to give you all information about your video card and GPU.
A powerful utility designed especially for detection of hardware, also some more analysis.
It's able to identify a large scale of system components and supports the latest technologies
J W Stuart: http://www.pagestart.com
Never be afraid to ask. This forum has some of the best people in the world available to help.
- Označen jako odpověď Cloud_TSModerator 26. června 2012 8:30
Hey guys thanks for the suggestions. I ended up going in to bios and loading fail safe mode and lowering the memory's progress to standard. I'm still in the process of seeing if any freezes occur........and so far so good.
My power supply is 1,000 Watts, Raidmax RX-1000AE 80 PLUS GOLD POWER SUPPLY
I will update you in a couple days.