|If it started at the end of the warranty then you are indeed in trouble. Seems an odd date. |
I guess you could try to set bios settings to default or failsafe in case they have somehow been set wrong. May even try to slow it down or basically the opposite of over clocking it.
I don't like to suggest this and there is almost no chance that it will work but a bios update may be considered. See if one exists that says something like stable or such.
There are a lot of parts on motherboards. Small timings and clocks and small firmware chips that could be off or some esd damage.
The best way is to have a bunch of common parts and swap them. At this point you don't even know what is wrong. PSU, cpu, motherboard memory or what not.
They make some pci add on cards to help diag it and some expensive software.
For the price of a new system, I think I'd go out and buy a new one unless this was quite expensive. Just buy a pre-made system and may consider the extended warranty. Dunno. Never an easy guess on this stuff.
This is why planes should have none of this junk in the cockpit.
A Pit Bull is like a gun you can pet. And there is no safety on it.