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    Computer Goes into power saving mode randomly

    Computer goes into power saving mode randomly it looks like it crashes because the sound stops and the the keyboard becomes unresponsive(pressing caps lock,num lock etc doesn't light up).Only restarting helps then it happens again.I read somewhere it might be motherboard problem or PSU?

    Intel i5-4690k 3.5ghz
    16 GB ram
    Nvidia 750ti
    Windows 10 x64 bit
    Asus Z-97 Motherboard
    750 Watt corsair power supply

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    You have checked your system temperatures?

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    Your Graphics card is very hot compared to the idle temps of the Processor, it may just need cleaning out, but heat can be a cause of the issue.

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    Try to find out if there is a beep from the motherboard when you launch it up. If not, take all the ram modules from the ram slots, and the motherboard should beep more then once. This is a good way to tell if a motherboard is working.

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    Check your system temperatures http://www.techsupportforum.com/13890-how-to-check-your-system-temperatures-2/
    Last edited by VIPStephan; 01-10-2017 at 08:50 PM. Reason: removed link

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    I think it's because of your VGA card or ram.

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    I encountered the same problem. I guess some of here got it right-please try to check your system temp. Good luck


 

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