It was running @ 4.4 its entire life, stock volts IIRC, once I had overclocked it i left it (not rly much of a tweaker when it comes to...
I went ahead an ordered a CPU - finally arrived and indeed that WAS the issue, all fixed now.
Cheers for all the advice guys.
Originally was all in case - but now that i changed literally everything its half in the case and half hanging out... lol
Ye CPU is literally the...
I think i will retest the spare 500w PSU just in case then go from there.
Tried the new motherboard - same thing fans spin but turns off after 1 sec
changed the h100i back to my h100 - same thing...
At this point I'm thinking its the motherboard so I have gone ahead and ordered one.
I didnt connect the GPU.
Done the PSU test with a paperclip and it spins up fine.
There wasn't actually a boom sound i just added that for effect.
I just connected the 24 pin and 8 pin power supply cables from this machines...
Actually I have a Corsair CX 500w in this spare PC - would that be sufficient to use/test?
Ok, will order a PSU now and see if that fixes it.
Cheers for the responses.
Done that - same issue.
CPU would go to max 50 during a session of the Division.
Intel Core i5-4690K
G.Skill TridentX 8GB
I was playing The Division last night when my PC just instantly shut off, no BSOD or anything just instantly boom, turned off. I tried...
got all my new parts sitting right behind me waiting for this case... God i hope it will be sent out tomorrow.
It did cross my mind to get a 2nd hand mobo 'cos i only play CSGO and it is a perfectly fine setup for that. I'll have a look around.
Cheers for the suggestions. I've just realised that the case is on pre-order until late September tho.... hmmmz
Ignore me :D
OK so just having got back from i52 LAN and having to carry this case from the car park to the arena it is clear i need to move this PC into a new...
Yes, it's seems it was! for any gamers out there that have been experiencing this recently it turns out that the ESEA client was doing this....
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