I've following configuration PC. It goes crazy sometimes. All cabinate fans starts running crazily & display goes off, still I can hear audio like songs or movie audio.
After switching the power it becames normal.


  1. CPU:- Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-4670K CPU @ 3.40GHz
  2. Motherboard:- Intel DH87MC
  3. RAM:- 8.00GB Single-Channel DDR3 @ 798MHz
  4. Graphics:- NVIDIA Quadro K600
  5. Storage:- Seagate 2TB SATA

How to fix the problem???

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Last Post by rproffitt

Here's my reading of that report.

  1. The GPU is very warm at 85C. That's quite warm for what is going on. 85C is very high and leaving it at such a high temperature results in aging and other issues. Try the usual canned air cleaning, make sure the fans work like new on the GPU. Be sure the airways around the GPU are not blocked.

  2. The HDD ST2000DM001 is showing issues in values 01 and 07. Also BB, BC,C5 and C6. This drive should retired to some other duty. It's not failed but would cause a number of problems in a Windows PC.

  3. uTorrent. Just a tip. Don't reveal you use such except when talking about PC issues. I can't guess what you are torrenting but it is the fast path to the latest malware. As such I stopped reading your Speccy when I hit this. All software and the OS is considered suspect so no use reading those sections.

In answer to your workstation question. Given your use of uTorrent I can't guess why that is required. What you have is nice enough once you dump torrenting and clean up your PC with a fresh HDD or better yet a new SSD. That alone will be a big upgrade for cheap. You have some untapped CPU performance by installing a single stick of RAM. Install the second stick to get dual channel working. Get the same make and model of that RAM. These small changes and maybe a full wipe of the OS and reinstall since we can't be sure what malware and trojans are installed should result in a very current workstation.

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