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Old 08-12-2008, 10:03 PM   #1
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Default Is my Procc Shot?

My build

Aroura Case Xion 750 watt psu
Abit Ax78 mobo, 6 gigs crucial 1066,
Diamond Ati 3870 x 2 , 3 hdds 1 raptor 150 gb, 2 seagate 80 gb
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I hav formatted a million time and the system makes noises clinks and danks when ti bootsm abnd it boots slow. i play certsain games abnd ut freeze the screen like my system cant handle it, im thinkion proccessor or mobo any ideas?
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Old 08-13-2008, 05:54 AM   #2
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Default Re: Is my Procc Shot?

That sounds much more like a faulty hard drive. Nothing to do with the CPU at all. Unfortunately for you, it could well be your boot drive. Try removing all hard drives that are non-essential, then see if you're still getting the clicking.
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I ran Wd diagnostics on my raptor and shows nothing on that , imma dl and run the one for seagates drives and see what happens
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