pc freeze then emits a high pitched noise and then bsod

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Snauwy

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About a month or two ago I did my first custom build. Specs:



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Machine Gigabyte Technology Co., Ltd. - Z390 AORUS ULTRA

Operating System Microsoft Windows 10 Pro (64-bit)

Memory 16 GB

Processor Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-9700 CPU @ 3.00GHz

Motherboard Gigabyte Technology Co., Ltd. - Z390 AORUS ULTRA-CF

Video Cards NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2070

Monitors ED273 A

Hard Disk ST2000DM008-2FR102 (2.0 TB)

Network Card Intel(R) Wireless-AC 9560 160MHz


CPU

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Processor

Name Intel Core i7

Code Name Kaby Lake

TDP 65 W

Package Socket 1151 LGA

Technology 14 nm

Core Voltage 1.13 V

Specification Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-9700 CPU @ 3.00GHz

Family 6

Model --

Stepping --

Ext. Family --

Ext. Model --

Revision --

Instructions MMX , SSE, SSE2, SSE3, SSSE3, SSE4.1, SSE4.2, x86-64, NX, VMX, AES, AVX, AVX2, FMA3, TSX



Clocks

Core Speed 4500 MHz

Multiplier x 45

Bus Speed 100 MHz

QPILink --


Cache

L1 Data 8 x 32 KBytes

L1 Inst 8 x 32 KBytes

Level 2 8 x 256 KBytes

Level3 12288 KBytes



Motherboard

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Motherboard

Manufacturer Gigabyte Technology Co., Ltd.

Model Z390 AORUS ULTRA-CF x.x

Chipset Intel Coffee Lake

Revision 0D

Southbrige Intel Z390

Revision 10

LPCIO --


BIOS

Core Speed American Megatrends Inc.

Version F9b

Date 08/29/2019


Graphic Interface

Version --

Transfer Rate --

Max. Supported --


Memory

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General

Type DDR4

Size 16384 MBytes

Channel# --

DC Model --

NB Frequency --


Timings

DRAM Frequency 1600.1 MHz

FSB:DRAM --

CAS# Latency(CL) 16 clocks

RAS# to CAS# Delay(tRCD) 18 clocks

RAS# Precharge(tRP) 18 clocks

Cycle Time(rRAS) 36 clocks

Bank Cycle Time(tRC) --

Command Rate(CR) 2 clocks


Graphics

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GPU

Name NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2070

Code Name TU106-400A

Technology 12 nm

Revision --


Clocks

Core 1410 MHz

Shader --

Memory 7001 MHz

Memory

Size 8192 MBytes

Type 14

Bus Width --

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The problem I am having is that whenever I play the game "Escape From Tarkov" my pc with freeze, emit a high pitched noise( the noise is usually a loop of the last sound coming from the game), and after about a couple of minutes it will go to the blue screen of death. I am frustrated because I have been troubleshooting for weeks and have come up with no solution. Also for the first time "Totally Accurate Battle Simulator" Also did the same thing. If anybody has a fix I could try let me know. Also in the video that is shown the pc freezes and goes to the blue screen before I even get into a match. The only thing that doesn't happen is the high pitched noise because there was no audio in the game at the time. Here is the link to the Video:



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flavallee

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You forgot to provide any information on a very important piece of hardware - the power supply unit.
What is the brand name and model number and wattage of yours?

I'm not a hardware/gaming expert, so be patient until one of the experts here replies.
Good luck.

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Snauwy

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ah sorry about that.

Model: Corsair RM650X
Watt:650
Part Number:75-003443
And thank you
 
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