My first gaming PC was about 6-7 years old before it finally started doing a endless reboot by it's self, so I though parts were old and had gone bad. So I built new one. I made sure everything was compatible with eachother, the motherboard, CPU, GPU, RAM and so on. I also upgrade to window 10, my old pc was windows 7. The only thing OLD about my new gaming pc was the tower. After about one week of having my new gaming pc it started doing the SAME thing my old pc was doing. I literally tried everything. Removing the GPU, removing one stick of ram then the other, all of the outlits in the house, even though this house has two other gaming pcs and a ps4 that run utterly fine.. I even tried removing the mouse & keyboard with only monitor hooked up. It still kept doing this endless loop after being on for about 30 or so minutes. So I f brought it to the computer doctor and they hook it up on some test that ran the cpu and gpu to 100%. It never once overheated or reboot. They ran it for about five days and said that pc is perfectly fine! I get it home and it does it all over again. I am at a utter lose at what is wrong. PC Build info Tower: AZZA Solano 1000R Black. Power Supply:Thermaltake 550W 80Plus Bronze. Motherboard: ASRock Z97 Extreme 4/3.1. Processor: Intel core I5. Ram: G.SILL Ripjaws X two 4G sticks. Graphics card:NVIDIA GeForce GTX 750 1GB GDDR5. Window 10 home Sorry about any typos and I hope I provided enough information.
Edited by Azmura, 25 June 2016 - 03:34 AM.