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Problems with random crashes with no warning and other stuff

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#1 aRandomWhiteKid


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Posted 28 January 2018 - 12:06 PM

Hi, I'm new here!! I came to these forums because I have a couple of issues/problems I need help with:


1) My computer will crash with no warning and then restart by itself without a click of a button.

2) My computer on start up especially on start up will make a loud noise( I will attach the video(s)).

3) My computer is very slow now even with a reset of the computer and virus scans. 


Here is some background information that could of led to the problem or is the problem, I am not for certain.

I bought the CyberPower PC GUA1200BST, I later on put in a RX480 graphics card without checking

the PSU. The PSU was at 450w I believe and I kept it like that for about a 7 months.

there is a big possibility that my problems could of started around those 7 months but do not quote me on that.

I later on after those 7 months bought a 750w PSU and replaced it and my gameplay is a lot better, but I am

still having those issues listed above. So I did a virus scan on my computer on regular mode and on safe mode

but neither popped up with anything even on custom scans and threat scans and regular scans.

I then just reset my computer, however all my issues just happened again. I've even tried going to

control panel > hardware and sound > power options > change plan settings > change advanced power settings > processor power management > maximum power state

and changing the setting to 90% to try and fix my random crashes without warnings, and it helped and stopped the crashes from being less frequent.


Ive attached a link to the video of the sound my computer makes.


Thanks ~Nic



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