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    Ever since the last time my PC froze it has been running slowly. Just now after all day, I come home and turn my computer on, log in and in about 20 seconds after I log in it freezes completely where I cant do anything but shut off. This is getting very annoying and I think it may have something to do with either heat or my PSU. I've done tests on everything I thought it may be and they all passed. My temps are low so I have no clue why but it may be.

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    Quote Originally Posted by criss_glitch666 View Post
    Ever since the last time my PC froze it has been running slowly. Just now after all day, I come home and turn my computer on, log in and in about 20 seconds after I log in it freezes completely where I cant do anything but shut off. This is getting very annoying and I think it may have something to do with either heat or my PSU. I've done tests on everything I thought it may be and they all passed. My temps are low so I have no clue why but it may be.
    Could be anything from a bunch of Malware, Spyway, or a virus. Do you have an anti-virus scanner? I would recommend you download the trial version of Kaspersky Internet Security 2010 @ www.kaspersky.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by criss_glitch666 View Post
    Ever since the last time my PC froze it has been running slowly. Just now after all day, I come home and turn my computer on, log in and in about 20 seconds after I log in it freezes completely where I cant do anything but shut off. This is getting very annoying and I think it may have something to do with either heat or my PSU. I've done tests on everything I thought it may be and they all passed. My temps are low so I have no clue why but it may be.
    Did you have the problem last week were you thought you overheated your CPU and lost the use of half your ram? I know someone posted to that affect.

    If it was you It sounds like the operating system is pooched and needs to be reloaded.

    if you can get it running try a registry cleaner such as CCleaner.
    Please read the Quick Tour before using and good luck.

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    Hi criss, I went back and read your other thread and it seems all your trouble started trying to get a stable overclock?
    You may want to start everything from scratch... Go into the Bios and set it to factory settings or normal boot options and then see if the computer starts. If it starts and runs well I still recomend the Registry cleaner to sort out any possible operating system issue. When your puter freezes and you have to do a hard shutdown the operating system can easily be corrupted and a full instal may be required.

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    My other post was a bit different. This happened on a cold boot after being off for a full day. I have installed vista twice since it first started happening. Didnt fix it at all. I have set everything to default in the bios but it still didnt fix it. Ill redo all the tests I performed and let you know how it goes.

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    if you can get into windows do a HDtune Benchmark, and do these vista tweaks at your discretion http://mostlysavingmoney.com/top-10-...-speed-tweaks/
    if you cant get on windows swap your psu, if the problem persists swap your hd

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    Quote Originally Posted by criss_glitch666 View Post
    I have installed vista twice since it first started happening. Didnt fix it at all. I have set everything to default in the bios but it still didnt fix it. Ill redo all the tests I performed and let you know how it goes.
    Seriously, you have hardware problem.

    Let me ask you this.
    Did Vista install smoothly?

    Vista should takes more than 20mins to complete the installation with your hardware. If it's take longer to copying file or initialation the hardware then definately you have hardware issues.

    Did you try to use 6Gb kit memory or still using 12Gb kit?

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    Criss, download SuperAntiSpyware Free Edition and let it do it's job. if there is any spyware, back doors, keyloggers, root kits or a virus, this will find it and get rid of it.

    Also down load Microsofts new free Security Essentials program, but I would run Super AntiSpyware first. We have had other members that have had problems, I suggested this program after they tried everything else, and it found all kinds of spyware and virus that no other program found. Their systems ran perfect after this. It's worth a try, you have nothing to loose.

    Once the scans complete, down load the Microsoft program and run that, do NOT take the easy way out, do full scans with each program, no matter how long it takes, if there's something in there causing problems, you want to find it and get rid of it

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    criss, this handy little unit will help you test the power supply to see if the issue may lay there?

    http://www.xoxide.com/coolmax-ultima...ester-lcd.html

    Has anyone ever used one of these and how well do they work?

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    Is that PSU tester work like volt meter or load tester?

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    Out of all the people on here who have built a Core i7, I am the only one having major problems.

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    criss, did you try the suggestions from Deton or Doctor_Death?

    I am not familiar with your Motherboard but does it have jumpers fr over voltage settings? Did you use them and if so have you tried setting it back to the default settings?

    Good luck I feel for you.

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    Now that I think of it.. could it have something to do with the PSU getting too hot? If so, what is the best way to mount it? Currently I have the fan down so its taking the air from inside the case out. On the top of my case there are vent holes so I was thinking maybe I could flip it and make it pull in cool air from outside?

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    Criss,
    I dont think it will be the PSU producing that much heat as to really affect your system to such extend. Regardless of the direction of the PSU fan, they dont produce heat to that extend.

    It could be a faulty hardware and you need to continue you test to find out which is the most painful part.
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    A thought popped into my head as I had noticed that there are 2 types of the RAM I have. Low-voltage and regular. Say I already had the regular and the second 6GB batch I just bought was the low-voltage. Could that be my entire problem?????

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