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AIDA64 Extreme for Troubleshooting

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I purchased AIDA64 Extreme in hope of troubleshooting my PC stability issue.
 
I have recently built a new computer, and it has been randomly freezing every now and then.
 
This is especially prominent while playing video games or watching YouTube videos.
 
I thought it was my video card issue, so I RMA it to Gigabytes but then after 2 weeks of testing, they said they found no issue with the video card.
 
Now I have no idea where to start.
 
May I ask how can I use the AIDA64 to troubleshoot this issue?
 
System Specifications:
CPU: Intel Core i7 8700K
CPU Cooler: Noctua NH-D15s
Motherboard: Asus Prime Z370-A
RAM: Corsair Vengeance LPX 16GB (2x8GB)
Video Card: GeForce® GTX 1080 WINDFORCE OC 8G
SSD1: ADATA SX6000NP (For Windows and Applications)
SSD2: Corsair Force LE (For Gaming)
PSU: EVGA SuperNova 850 G3 80 Plus Gold 850w
Case: Cooler Master MasterCase H500M

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6 hours ago, PCDoctor said:
I purchased AIDA64 Extreme in hope of troubleshooting my PC stability issue.
 
I have recently built a new computer, and it has been randomly freezing every now and then.
 
This is especially prominent while playing video games or watching YouTube videos.
 
I thought it was my video card issue, so I RMA it to Gigabytes but then after 2 weeks of testing, they said they found no issue with the video card.
 
Now I have no idea where to start.
 
May I ask how can I use the AIDA64 to troubleshoot this issue?
 
System Specifications:
CPU: Intel Core i7 8700K
CPU Cooler: Noctua NH-D15s
Motherboard: Asus Prime Z370-A
RAM: Corsair Vengeance LPX 16GB (2x8GB)
Video Card: GeForce® GTX 1080 WINDFORCE OC 8G
SSD1: ADATA SX6000NP (For Windows and Applications)
SSD2: Corsair Force LE (For Gaming)
PSU: EVGA SuperNova 850 G3 80 Plus Gold 850w
Case: Cooler Master MasterCase H500M

I'd make sure to have the system running at stock settings (no overclock).  If it still doesn't work, then try to borrow a PSU from a friend and check if it is the culprit or not.  If that still doesn't solve it, try to borrow a set of RAM modules.  If it still doesn't solve it, then it could well be the motherboard, which is the most difficult part to replace.

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