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Defective hardware detection

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Friends Hello,


I've had a problem for a long time and would love if you could help me solve it.


For a long time now the game has been crashing back into Windows.

I updated , I ran memtest, and even hours of benchmarks, all without a problem, but when you enter the game it crashes back into Windows after about a quarter of an hour, less often.

I could not find a solution and quite gave up on the issue.


Last week the computer did not work for me, I borrowed from a supplier and the computer turned on and off non-stop. I took out the video card and it still did not come up.

I went back to my supplier and the computer went up (without the video card).


I borrowed a video card from an author and I also had crashes with him. I gave my friend a card and he has no problems.

So the problem is not with the card.


The hypothesis is doubtful or .


Is there a way to diagnose the fault at a discount and I have no alternative doubt?

If you need to change supplier, I would be happy to receive a recommendation for a suitable supplier. Thanks.



The computer is 5 years old.









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I have already moved 2 apartments and the problem continues.

It has nothing to do with electricity.


I'd love to hear more suggestions.

I still recommend you try to stop. It is not impossible that the power supply is not regular in more than one apartment.

But if not, I would try with a branded supplier (a reputable company) with a power of at least 600-700 watts. Virtually every known manufacturer (Corsair, Sisonic, Colermaster) will be just fine.

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