Ok so I'm basically at my wits end with this desktop issue that I'm having. I recently had a power supply go out, taking the motherboard, processor, and one of my hard drives with it. I rebuilt the computer replacing those components with:
Foxconn A75A Motherboard
AMD A6 Processor
Intel 120 Gb SSD
Logisys 550W Modular PSU
I have reused:
6 GB DDR3 1866 RAM (3 x 2 GB)
1 of 2 HDD (320 GB) that was used in the old RAID 1 configuration
I installed Windows 7 Ultimate Edition to the SSD
All drivers are up to date
DirectX is up to date
Bios is up to date
Clean AV and Spyware sweep
Since day one of this build the computer would randomly restart (no BSOD) when I was playing some games which I chalked up to the onboard GPU not being able to support that game (despite my laptop being able to handle them). Recently it has started doing it at completely random times. I can be just browsing the net working on my college classes or having the system idle as I am away doing something. No errors are shown in the system event log and starting in Safe Mode makes no difference. I have even borrowed my roommates 12 GB of DDR3 1866 to test if the RAM was faulty.
Any help you guys can give is greatly appreciated.
Edited by nPegler, 26 April 2013 - 01:25 AM.