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System Shutdowns Randomly. Unsure If It's GPU
Hoping they'll work some magic and keep it nice and cool. I'm not sure if it's my GPU either, but I'm debating getting a Fury X as well, so if it's my GPU, hopefully the problem will be solved replacing it. Stay logged in Sign up now! Only thing I know what to do is go ahead with the RMA and see what they find out. this content
Is there a way to change my CPU's TJ Max so it stops shutting off on me? I don't see how your CPU can stand that. BEST OF HOW-TO GEEK What's New in Windows 10's Anniversary Update How to Install the New Systemless Xposed Framework for Frustration-Free Android Customization How to Turn an Old PC Into a New Posts GOP ACA Replacement Imminent....Predictions Latest: woolfe9998, Mar 7, 2017 at 7:43 PM Politics and News White House Announces New Muslim Ban Latest: agent00f, Mar 7, 2017 at 7:42 PM https://forums.techguy.org/threads/system-shutdowns-randomly-unsure-if-its-gpu-psu-or.1164850/
Graphics Card Shuts Down Computer
was working fine as long as it didnt use much of it, but once RAM usage reached more than 2gb it shutdown. This site is completely free -- paid for by advertisers and donations. Back to top #4 Zyllos Member 2,818 posts Posted 04 August 2013 - 10:32 AM Doing memtest86 with all four sticks wouldn't catch a bad stick but doing memtest86 with a graphics-card power-supply reboot nvidia-graphics-card share|improve this question edited Mar 15 '16 at 14:01 Hennes 53.4k781125 asked Jun 12 '15 at 6:45 har00n86 48110 2 Please avoid asking a question twice
Also I would give your 7970 a good clean over and get rid of all the dust, particularly around the small separate heatsinks UNDER the main heatsink and fan unit. Back to top #15 Zyllos Member 2,818 posts Posted 05 August 2013 - 07:07 AM Bloodshed Romance, on 05 August 2013 - 06:56 AM, said: yes, if one is indeed bad The insides are looking pretty good now though, still. Cpu Stress Test Such programs just read the sensors inside your computer and show you the temperature value they report, so there are a wide variety of tools you can use for this, from
What I have noticed is that when I am playing MWO (and only MWO), my computer will just shutoff as if it is overheating. I am trying to find out where it would be relevant for the above question. Be sure to look at your CPU and graphics card temperatures. http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-3168010/randomly-shutdown.html I thought it might be because of the save file, so I also loaded different save files, of previous points in game, and it restarts in all cases.
Also, I did some more testing with FurMark, I can consistently shutdown my computer through that benchmark now. Gpu-z Also I would give your 7970 a good clean over and get rid of all the dust, particularly around the small separate heatsinks UNDER the main heatsink and fan unit. my FX 4130 has never climbed above 25C. Game of Life arrowslits Why do people in the Marrakech Medina say "That way is closed"?
- GPU, or CPU problem?
- I have used hwmonitor to check the system, and the temperature for everything seems fine, except TMPIN4 and a few AUXTIN, which after some googling I think are things that I
- the bit one on top of the case used to blow out the hot air from the system) both of these are around 450-530 RPM.
- I seriously had no idea that CPU's could get that hot.
- This error could be caused if the system stopped responding, crashed, or lost power unexpectedly." Used different PCI E connectors as well available on my motherboard, but problem is still the
- And i was sure that it is a hardware problemo now.
- How "old" is it? October 23, 2013 Naman Sood October 12, 2012 was the day I first turned it on.
- I'm probably going to order a cooling system sometime later today, or tomorrow, as well.
- There are no errors, no lags, no game hang, etc.
- one of my engineer friends said do them one at a time..
Graphics Card Causes Computer To Shut Down
Also, for those who asked, this is my current power supply, AZZA Dynamo 850W. http://superuser.com/questions/926935/witcher-3-causes-pc-to-restart-randomly Problem still occurred. Graphics Card Shuts Down Computer Overheating is a definite danger when overclocking your CPU or graphics card. Computer Shuts Off When Playing Games The last time I cleaned it was about a month ago.
That's like saying Torquemada wasn't nice. October 23, 2013 afuhnk A computer/laptop that overheats will shut down to prevent further damages. October 23, 2013 Lady Fitzgerald Which is one reason I news Click Here to Join the Discussion Tweet Chris Hoffman is a technology writer and all-around computer geek. Like Show 0 Likes(0) Actions Re: PC Keeps Shutting Down. XFX has even said the card is suppose to run at approximately 70 to 75C. Gpu Stress Test
I rebooted my PC back up and did what elstaci said and looked inside my PC while the CPU was running at 80c to make sure the fan was working and Stay logged in Search titles only Posted by Member: Separate names with a comma. maybe something causes a short circuit if it heats up or something? have a peek at these guys Back to top #7 Flapdrol Member The 1 Percent 1,967 posts Posted 04 August 2013 - 10:49 AM strange, most other problems at least give you a bsod.
I would suspect it is your motherboard overheating as your gpu temps seem fine (though I would download and GPUz to check the other temp sensors on your card not just Psu Calculator If too much heat builds up, your computer may become unstable or suddenly shut down. TerryNet replied Mar 7, 2017 at 7:13 PM Error code :...
Of course, no issues after running the tests for a while.
RELATED ARTICLEHow To Diagnose and Fix an Overheating Laptop This is often much more difficult when it comes to laptops, which generally aren't designed to be user-serviceable. I would suspect it's a power issue. Back to top Page 1 of 2 1 2 Next Back to Hardware & Accessories · Next Unread Topic → 2 user(s) are reading this topic 0 members, 2 guests, 0 Hwmonitor You can monitor your computer's temperatures in a variety of different ways.
Sometimes the computer will just power off like when your house loses electricity, no warning, just everything shuts down... Is Your Computer Overheating? It shows that also. http://fmcproducts.net/graphics-card/system-not-recognizing-video-card.php goodplay Feb 2, 2016 10:17 PM (in response to auroan) Still think you need to add 1-2 case intake fan/s.Has bios been updated, check on Gigabyte website(you will need to know
all you have to do is open a support ticket and pay the shipping to ship your card to Ontario cali if you're in the states and about mem test...