I have some problems when I am gaming lately (LoL, Black Flag). My computer sound speakers makes a loud zooming noise and completly freezes, the only option to turn it off is the power button. Generally, it does not give a BSOD. First off, I thought it was my video drivers, because it crashes only when I play games. So I did a clean install of my Graphic Card Drivers, but that didn't help anything. Since my laptop is now 6+ years old (but still has good hardware to run games), I installed "Driver Booster" to update all my other installed drivers automatically. I also changed the thermal paste. But that also didn't change anything. I also checked my RAM usage during gaming to see if there was a buildup somwhere, but that doesn't seem to be the issue aswell. I really have no clue what to do next and could use some help.
Specs included in DxDiag or http://speccy.piriform.com/results/AirtNfEN247hLMl5Rh6Sr1s
EDIT: I just ran a GPU stress test with Valley BenchMark and let it run. When it started my GPU, was 45 °C and after a few minutes it randomly crashed when it reached around 66°C. There was no zooming noise like in games though. I made a screenshot with my cellphone after the crash, of my CPU usage: (I changed my power options so my CPU wouldn't overclock anymore but that doesn't change anything aswell.)
Edited by WizardMonkey, 17 December 2017 - 05:19 PM.