Pc crashes with black screen and buzzing sound

Lately my pc has been fucking up real bad ever since i touched the insides like cleaning my gpu and ram cpu. it always crashes with a black or pastel blue screen accompanied with a sound loop.

I doubt that it has to do with me screwing my pc but i think it might be because our AC installer used the same power outlet as my pc. My airconditioner is 1Hp and it takes power from behind the socket directly

is t my pc or the power output being shoddy? id really like to not crash while raiding in wow and doing stuff in dota

My Setup

Asrock h77 pro4 mvp
Gtx 670 leadtek
i5 3470
Enermax NAXN82+ 650W
Gskill Sniper 8gb ddr3
Hyper x SSD
1TB wd blue

I did mess with the ssd placement but nothing major, also did a cable management a few weeks back

tried reseating my gpu and nothing happened
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  1. Could've been an electrostatic discharge [esd]. You might have fried you're mobo or something. Recommend you plug it in to a different power outlet and test it again.
  2. Is the problem happening when the air conditioner's compressor turns on? If yes, then use a power outlet that is is not on the same circuit as the air conditioner.

    The Enermax NAXN82+ 650W may not have sufficient hold-up time to handle the voltage sag that occurs when the air conditioner's compressor turns on.
  3. I had a similar problem on an old PC I was troubleshooting. It would turn on, work fine, and then anywhere from 1 minute to 1 hour later, it would blue-screen, shut down, and restart. I wiped the drive and reinstalled windows, checked the motherboard, ram, etc. Finally, I replaced the Power Supply unit and it fixed the problem. If you have an extra power supply or can borrow a friends, check to see if that solves the problem.
  4. ko888 said:
    Is the problem happening when the air conditioner's compressor turns on? If yes, then use a power outlet that is is not on the same circuit as the air conditioner.

    The Enermax NAXN82+ 650W may not have sufficient hold-up time to handle the voltage sag that occurs when the air conditioner's compressor turns on.


    Previously the drivers only crashed but this time the screen goes black
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