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Hello, I try to isolate the component of my pc which is faulty and used the Benchmark Stability Test.

So far I do not overclock and I exchanged my PSU already.

First issues I noticed were that sometimes my external audio interface and W-Lan-Adapter disconnected out of the sudden.

I bought new ones problem was solved.

After a some time my games crashed, some after 20 minutes other sessions after hours.

Drivers are all up to date.

 

The results of my Benchmarks are as follow:

1. Stress CPU                     = Passed

2. Stress FPU                     = Crashes after ~2-5 min.

3. Stress cache                  = Crashes reliably after ~20 seconds

4. Stress system memory = Passed

5. Stress local disks          = Passed

6. Stress GPU                    = Passed

Do you have a clue how i can make sure my motherboard might be the culprit?

Regards Boris

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2 hours ago, Boris said:

Hello, I try to isolate the component of my pc which is faulty and used the Benchmark Stability Test.

So far I do not overclock and I exchanged my PSU already.

First issues I noticed were that sometimes my external audio interface and W-Lan-Adapter disconnected out of the sudden.

I bought new ones problem was solved.

After a some time my games crashed, some after 20 minutes other sessions after hours.

Drivers are all up to date.

 

The results of my Benchmarks are as follow:

1. Stress CPU                     = Passed

2. Stress FPU                     = Crashes after ~2-5 min.

3. Stress cache                  = Crashes reliably after ~20 seconds

4. Stress system memory = Passed

5. Stress local disks          = Passed

6. Stress GPU                    = Passed

Do you have a clue how i can make sure my motherboard might be the culprit?

Regards Boris

It could be a number of issues, e.g. motherboard failure, PSU failure, weak PSU, etc.  It's hard to tell, so you may want to take your PC to a local specialist and have it checked out.

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