I NEED HELP WITH SOME COMPUTER STUFF!!!!!!!

Discussion in 'PC Hardware' started by gamble_n_dice, Jul 3, 2006.

  1. COMPUTER PARTS
    -VA9000SWA Kandalf Super Tower, Silver Aluminu
    -Maxtor 250GB DiamondMax 10 7200RPM Serial ATA w/ 16MB Cach
    -Kingston 1GB PC2-4200 DDR2 SDRA
    -Kingston 1GB PC2-4200 DDR2 SDRA
    -Asus P5ND2-SLI Deluxe w/ DualDDR2, 7.1 Audio, Gigabit Lan, 2 x PCI-
    x16 SLI (MOTHERBOARD
    -Enermax 600W EG701AX-VE SFMA All In One Noisetake
    -Intel Pentium 4 Processor 630 3.00 GHz w/ 2MB Cache, EM64
    -Sapphire Radeon X1600 XT 256MB PCI-E w/ TV-Out, DVI (Lite Retail
    -Thermaltake Big Water Internal Liquid Cooling Syste
    -LG Super Multi DVD Writer 16x16 DVD +/-RW Dual-Layer, Black
    -Samsung 793DF (Pure Flat CRT, 17in, Silver/Black
    -Panasonic 1.44MB Floppy Drive, Blac
    -APC Home/Office SurgeArrest 8 Outlet with Telphone/Splitte
    Protectio
    -LG 16X DVD-ROM, Black
    -Microsoft Black Digital Media Keyboard & Optical Mouse Value Pac
    2.
    -Microsoft Windows XP Professional with SP2
    -Maxtor 160GB ONETOUCH EXT
    -Zalman ZM-G100 Anti-Corrosion Coolan

    -4 stockfan
    -Thermaltake radiato

    System Information
    -CPU: 35C-45C (regular processing, and when the room temp get high
    -Motherboard: 30C-38C (regular processing, and when the room temp ge
    high
    -CPU processing: 44 progra
    -CPU when gaming: 35C - 47
    -Mother when gaming: 30C - 45

    Problems
    When ever I play games my computer crashes, and when it crashes i can
    move the mouse, I cant use CRTL+ALT+DELETE and the graphics tends t
    stay still. Then i have to manually reboot it and then i go into th
    bios to see if my CPU temperature reached 60C (60C is amount the P
    can take after that it slows down and crash or burn) and when
    checked temperature it only reached like 45C-47C and the motherboar
    45C

    Question
    - Is my CPU temperature stable
    - Is my Motherboard temperature stable
    - Why does the game crash on me
    - Is it heat problem
    - Is it Hardware problem
    - Is it a graphic card problem
    - Is it a sofware proble
    - Is it CPU problem

    :crybaby: :crybaby: :crybaby: :crybaby: :crybaby: :crybaby
     
    gamble_n_dice, Jul 3, 2006
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  2. My motherboard isnt a refurbished one its new, fresh out the box and
    had a techicien look at my computer he put the 101 jumper thing in th
    mother board he set up the things

    When i got the computer i didnt have any freezing problem i playe
    games for 3-4 hours straight and it didnt freeze it lagged like
    times and the freezing started after like a 2-3moths late
     
    gamble_n_dice, Jul 4, 2006
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  3. I wouldnt get anything from sony for atleast 1year, because the forme
    CEO of sony got fired because his way of doing things werent too good
    everything was expensive and the technology was a little crappy
    Now they got a new CEO he use to be a former CEO for GM AUTOMOBILE
    his changing everything in the sony corporation, his decreasing th
    price of the SONY PLAYSTATION3 from $2000 to something affordable fo
    the average american and canadian. and he is personally picking goo
    employees and firing all the slacker
     
    gamble_n_dice, Jul 4, 2006
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  4. gamble_n_dice

    Rod Speed Guest

    Presumably the room temp has got higher in that time tho.
     
    Rod Speed, Jul 4, 2006
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    Rod Speed Guest

    Have you had a look at the state of GM today ?
     
    Rod Speed, Jul 4, 2006
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    SteveH Guest

    Are you some sort of disgruntled Asus ex-employee? Or do you just talk crap
    for a living?
    I wouldn't be at all surprised if Asus come along at some point and sue the
    ass off you.
    95% of the PC's I've built for people (a lot) have been with Asus mobos, the
    only one I've had back with a mobo fault was due to a PSU that went bad,
    blowing the mobo.

    SteveH
     
    SteveH, Jul 4, 2006
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  7. He would love it if they sued him. Then he'd REALLY have an audience
    for his Asus rants.

    I don't get the Asus thing either. I've never had trouble with an
    Asus board. But I think johns has pretty solid experience to back up
    what he says, and, by God, I can so relate to his attitude. Hardware
    is 2 steps forward, 1-9/10s steps back, and by the time it's really
    fixed, it's ready for the landfill because something new is on the
    market.

    I mean, seriously, look at the OP... the guy has paid a lot of money
    for stuff the tech sites are pimping as the best deal going, and
    what's he got for his trouble??? He can't play a fuckin game but what
    his system locks.

    Charlie
     
    Charlie Wilkes, Jul 4, 2006
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    Kent_Diego Guest

    ......
    The temperatures are fine. Yes it is a hardware problem. Useally RAM but
    could be video card or motherboard. Run Memtest86 overnight. Try diffrent
    RAM timings in BIOS. Use ATI Tool and lower GPU frequency to see if fixes.
     
    Kent_Diego, Jul 5, 2006
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