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#1 Tukkame223

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Posted 16 September 2017 - 05:43 AM

Hello. I completly lost at this point. I've computer for 1 year now. I work play games watch moves well i do everything with it. it was all fine untill recently. It crashed out of nowhere. its no simple crash after the crash i can not turn it back on unless i spam restart button ~50 times or wait ~10 minutes. I had this problem week ago it made me go crazy however after some time it stopped and today out of nowhere it happened once again i cant turn pc back again for 15 mins now. It does react and lights turn on but screen dont work.. after few seconds it dont react and cant even turn it off for a while. I suspected drivers i did reinstall windows it was fine for 1 day and happened again.. my computer temperature is usualy 30 when playing something 50.Could it be sound drivers? Since after i got new headphones few weeks later it started happening. Sorry for grammar mistakes.
WIN10 64 ,Video card msi gtx 970 gb cpu i5 6600k motherboard z170a gaming pro . 


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Posted 18 September 2017 - 01:24 PM

Your problem sounds more like a power supply problem than any of those you mentioned. Keep us posted


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