First off let me get this out of the way.I am in no way a noob when it comes to computers.It takes me a lot to ask any one for help.I have been building computers for years off and on as a hobby.When i ask for help it takes me a lot to ask.
I have a major issue going on with my desktop and i can not seem to pin point the issue.I built this system back in 1996 95% of the time it runs every thing just fine.Including games that i throw at it.
The Problem i have is that it's randomly rebooting.Even when i type some thing.Some times it only takes 20 minutes or and hour.Last week i thought i fixed the problem by buying a new power supply.I went and got a newer EVGA 600 Watt power supply.600 watts is more than enough power for my desktop.My other power supply was a 550 and ran 550 for 5 years with out an issue.
Here is my current setup below.
Windows 7 Professional 64-bit SP1
AMD Phenom II X4 965 93 °F
Deneb 45nm Technology
8.00GB Dual-Channel DDR3 @ 666MHz (9-9-9-24)
MSI 870A-G54 (MS-7599) (CPU1) 85 °F
1023MB NVIDIA GeForce GTX 550 Ti (EVGA) 105 °F
931GB Western Digital WDC WD10JPVX-11JC3T0 ATA Device (SATA) 76 °F
223GB KINGSTON SUV400S37240G ATA Device (SSD) 78 °F
ATAPI iHAS324 W ATA Device
Realtek High Definition Audio
The SSD is only a couple of months old same with the Western Digital.I have ran multiple stuff.I ran Virus / Malware / Spyware software and found nothing.I all so formatted my hard drive and ssd dod standard 7 or 8 times.Just to be safe just in case there was a virus or malware hidden on the drive.
I have all so run memtest 86 for ram and windows memory diagnostic found no errors.System is detecting all 8 gigs of ram.Even in the BIOS,I have all so looked at my Crash Log's And looked in my Who Crashed and BlueScreenView and there are no blue screens of death.The computer will not blue screen with the sudden power drop.It will just reboot with a new power supply.
I have all so looked in my event viewer and i keep getting errors in there.I have even cleaned out my case of dust.
Every thing is fully updated with the correct drivers and windows updates.
Edited by GoldenSpy, 02 January 2018 - 02:57 AM.