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Old 03-18-2012, 02:49 PM   #1
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I had just recently built a new computer and got it all up and running. The problem is that since I got it going it has been randomly freezing. It may be on for a day and be fine other times it's about ten minutes, it's very random on the length and what is going on.
So far I have defraged my hard drive, and ran the Western Digital drive check. I have also tried to see if setting it to high performance would do anything, it kinda seemed to, by kinda I mean the frequency of the freezing has lessened but has not stooped.

Here are some of the computers specs with an attached spec sheet ran from speccy.

Vcore = 0.968 V
3.3 V = 3.200 V
5 V = 5.087 V
12 V = 12.232 V

CPU Temp 38C

I would greatly appreciate any help.
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