Why I ask is the GPU came out in 2012 and I haven't seen it on sale for years.
The lockup is typical of overtaxed power supplies, drivers and settings. It does NOT tell us which area it is. Your PC builder has to figure that out. I don't see the PSU so be sure it's 500+ Watts and a single rail.
I built my first computer a little while ago and am still working out bugs. I have a really frustrating problem with my mouse where, especially with video games, any and all movement and clicking will cause the computer to freeze and play a loud buzzing sound from the speakers. This also affects any wireless controller adaptor, except for the fact that even having a controller connected will cause the problems. I have tried changing from a generic ASUS usb mouse to the one I have now, and even switching between all the USB ports I have. Switching USB ports only seems to work one time before that port will no longer provide a temporary fix. I have tried running multiple antivirus and anti malware scanners like McAffee, Malwarebytes, and the built-in Windows Defender, but none have come up with anything wrong. I have also made sure that all drivers for my mouse, graphics card, and computer in general are as up to date as possible. Does anyone know what is wrong with my computer?
Here are my specs (they may be pretty old because I don't have much money and got them cheap):
OS: Windows 7 64-bit
CPU: AMD Phenom II X4 955
Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 670
Mouse: Razer Deathadder 3500
(Not sure if this is necessary) Motherboard: ASUS M4a89gtd pro
Thank you very much in advance