Ok i'm new to these forums. Just want a second opinion here really. A few months ago my PSU went bad and fried my video card. The card was under warranty so i sent it in and got a replacement. Bought a new PSU from Microcenter (Cooler master 600watt). Ever since the computer has slowly been getting worse. At first it was just freezing on the windows logo when booting up, flashing real quick to a blue screen (to fast to read it at all), and restarting. It still does this and sometimes can take 10 times of it restarting before it boots up. Now i am getting random program errors (only when i close certain programs, mostly video games), the errors appear to be memory errors. However i have done extensive testing on the memory and it is fine. I then decided to just reformat and start fresh. This did nothing but make it worse, now i have the computer doing random things along with what i already had! Like starting up programs i never clicked on, or opening a window in a game that i never clicked to open. Scanned the computer for viruses and spyware... found nothing. Reformatted again.... still the same issues. The hard drive has also been tested and checked out fine. I do not have a kit to test the board so i was wondering, anyone think these issues could be caused by the board being damaged when the PSU went bad? I've never had these issues with a computer before, nor seen them and i've fixed A LOT of PCs.