Okay, well, my PC's been working fine since yesterday, apart from DirectX 10 not working. (Haven't got Metro installed anymore and haven't got enough HDD space to reinstall it)
Except that Shogun Total War 2 crashed twice. Not a big deal at all considering that I'd been playing it for hours before it crashed.
But I figured since there might possibly still be an issue, I should check everything again.
And it seems I might have wrong about one of the voltages. Not sure about the real minimums of this power supply, but a quick google brings up a minimum of 3.135v for the 3.3v rail. According to Hardware monitor, my 3.3V rail is at 3.088. AVG came up with a warning just a few minutes ago about it too, just after I'd checked.
E: Beginning to gradually get issues again.
The Witcher 2 won't start at all. I can go to the installation directory and open the launcher as administrator but clicking start game just reopens the launcher.
And one of my xfire chat windows had a purple and black outline around it randomly. Closing and reopening it solved it.
I'm worried that it might be the HDD. Though the diagnostic found no errors, surely nothing else having errors would cause a game to be corrupted? I haven't played the game much at all since fixing my PC and when I have played it, there have been no graphics issues.
Last edited by Jaz; Jan 6, 2013 at 02:09 PM.