Thanks for the computer info.
I will await your reply with the information on your PSU.
One thing I would like you to concentrate on is if your CPU heat sink is properly seated and if there is any thermal grease in between the heat spreader of the CPU and heat sink.
Some systems come already assembled, while others are built by the owner.
If in your case the processor and heat sink were already installed on the motherboard, you may want to double check the status of the assembly to be sure the heat sink is making full contact and that there is thermal grease and not a heat transfer pad in place between the heat sink and the CPU. The heat transfer pads I've seen on the market are just not as good as using Arctic brand formula 5 silver thermal compound.
Heat transfer ability has been shown to be much more efficient with the paste than the pads, if you have a pad stuck to the heat sink, you should carefully remove it and apply a small bead (the size of a grain of rice) of thermal compound to the heat spreader of the CPU and then place the heat sink on top of CPU and allow the compression of the heat sink's locking levers to spread the bead out evenly.
Although your system is rather new, you should still check the heat sinks and cooling fans for ease of movement and evidence of any dust accumulation in the cooling fins.
Be sure to check the video card as well for the same conditions.
There may be a driver issue as well, I have had drivers that I downloaded from nVidia that were either corrupted during the download from line noise, that caused random crashes.
Using a different file of the same driver version, uninstalling the corrupted one and re-installing with the second download of the same driver brought the crashes to an end.
No one said the Internet was free of noise or interference that corrupts or disrupts packets.
Edit corrected misspelled words
Edited by MrBruce1959, 12 December 2010 - 02:03 AM.