[1st time builder] random freeze

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Little update on the rig,
I installed all the latest updates and this beast is running smooth!

Great Motherboard, I love how easy it is to check on system info, tweaking and even overclocking if on wishes!

The only problem would be it being a bit too tech-y, took me some time to figure out how to optimises the setting to suit my computer's component. (things like after loading the "Optimised profile" it was forcing 1333hz RAM although i had 1688 ones)


Thank you all that replied, you really helped!!


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Most of my PC component arrived today, I built the PC and I am having some trouble now.

I haven't got my GTX680, its still on its way.
I installed all the drivers, but I am stil having this weird lag, short freeze.

It would happen randomly, everything would freeze, even the courser.

Also if I spam right click on desktop, the cursor would stay in busy, and no menu would pops out until I stop spamming and give it some time to load, then the menus would rapidly shows up.


I pulled up the Task Manager to see what's wrong,
There are CPU usage little bump when it freezes.

What's wrong?

CPU Temp is around 25 degree Celsius
MotherBoard Temp is similar


Here are my spec:
[CPU] Intel i7 2600k (3.40GHz, 8MB Cache, Socket 1155)
[Mobo] Asus Z77 Maximus V Gene Intel Z77 (Socket 1155) DDR3 - Micro ATX
[RAM] Corsair Vengeance 8GB Memory Kit (2x4GB) PC3-15000 1866MHz DDR3
[GPU] EVGA GeForce GTX 680 1006MHz 2GB PCI-Express3.0
[SSD] Intel SSD 520series 2.5"120GB 6GB/S MLC Resell 25nm
[PSU] OCZ Fatal1ty OCZ750FTY - 750w
[Case] CoolMaster Storm Enforcer
[OS] Window 7 Home Premium
 
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I dont know how to check that.
One strange thing when I go into BIOS' memory page is that although it says my RAM are 1866, the Optimal Ram Speed is set to 1300. but I cant find a way to change that anywhere.

Are my ram fake? or something wrong with the BIOS setting.
 
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- Reset your BIOS to factory settings.
- Check your memory with memtest86.


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Little update on the rig,
I installed all the latest updates and this beast is running smooth!

Great Motherboard, I love how easy it is to check on system info, tweaking and even overclocking if on wishes!

The only problem would be it being a bit too tech-y, took me some time to figure out how to optimises the setting to suit my computer's component. (things like after loading the "Optimised profile" it was forcing 1333hz RAM although i had 1688 ones)


Thank you all that replied, you really helped!!
 
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