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Please Help me I dont think this is a Heat problem. share your system specs with us -gpu- GTX-570 not overclocked- CPU- I5 2500k was overclocked to 4.2 till this started happening. I also fail to see how power could be a problem because i have a 720w power supply of my drivers are up to date. Does anyone have any ideas? http://gagc.net/graphics-card/i-want-to-buy-a-new-graphic-card.php

ill try to do that, thanks for the help Hi everyone. Does your gpu have warranty? You would not even know that my computer has these problems unless your run the furry and tessy stress test thing on msi kombuster. Just put better termal compaund between cpu and heatsink and check cpu temp with everest software.

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It's a Corsair HX850W, manufacturer refurbished Your psu looks fine though. Oh yea and I was upgrading my computer by installing more ram. Do not restart. How are you measuring those temps?

October 23, 2013 afuhnk Temp's shouldn't be different wether it's A8 or A10.

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  2. Racked my brain for 2 weeks on the bastard before I was able to try another PSU.
  3. I don't understand. 35 answers Last reply Feb 26, 2013 Best Answer Feb 15, 2013 More about causing computer shut else C12FriedmanFeb 15, 2013, 10:43 AM I'm going to blame your
  4. Is that the 70° C temp you mention?
  5. I am assuming the card was not overclocked?Contacting Corsair and EVGA is not a bad idea, although they will probably just blame each other.

reassembled it and then run it again... Also remove the RAM, and remove all dust built up around that. Helpful +11 Report RAO Jan 4, 2010 at 01:29 AM ANSWER: guys u have to do nothing just clean ur fan(of processor) and the socket below the fan of the processor Computer Shuts Off When Playing Games I'll try out gaming later.

October 23, 2013 corvynem 96C is still very hot.

I want to THINK that the problem is fixed =P even though I am sure it's not. You don't need to replace you video card. Did you update your nvidia drivers? Helpful +9 Report Nacks Dec 18, 2008 at 10:46 PM Hello!

Note that not all BIOSes or UEFI screens will display this information, but it is very common. Gpu-z Check your BIOS, turn that sucker off and all should be well. 0Votes Share Flag Back to Hardware Forum 17 total posts (Page 1 of 2)   01 | 02   extreme.

October 23, 2013 Naman Sood HWMonitor. And even if there was not enough power, I believe typically the GPU will just be limited rather than shutting down...but I could be wrong. [soapbox] backup = good...no backup =

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Edited by ApoJake, 12 March 2013 - 09:02 PM. https://steamcommunity.com/app/257510/discussions/0/620713633842308285/ Ask ! Graphics Card Shuts Down Computer The easy way to check a PS is to pull it out and if it's heavy it's better than one that is light as the light one doesn't have the ability Graphics Card Turning Off I used to have this problem on my Radeon HD 5850 where it would underclock itself all the way down to like 150mhz when I wasn't in a game to save

This can happen for several reasons. weblink Before getting too worried about a temperature, be sure to check your computer's documentation -- or its CPU or graphics card specifications -- and ensure you know the temperature ranges your solved Asus GTX 780 Causing Computer to Restart/Power Off and Not Power Back On? Look for high amps on the 12V rail and at least 80 plus bronze certification. Computer Restarts When Playing Games

Good game otherwise. All rights reserved. the reason it shuts off because there is a sensor inside the laptop that shuts it off automatically if it gets too hot. navigate here is it a good brand like corsair,seasonic ?

Or something else.. Gpu Stress Test I have some maps with over 500 units in various positions that wouldn't recognize an enemy if it shot them in the face. You could just be chasing a ghost and end up wasting your time.

I don't want to push my wallet limits with Seasonic PSU.

is it a good brand like corsair,seasonic ? Hopefully this PSU will last for years! A serious video card calls for a serious power supply, and OCZ is a pretty "meh" brand. Cpu Stress Test CPU usage like that is normal, it is just Windows doing whatever background stuff it is doing.

Good luck... Get the answer Nikos GrammatopoulosJul 4, 2015, 3:48 PM ZRayyes said: Nikos Grammatopoulos said: What exactly is your psu? About your problem, the first thing you should do is clean up your PC, general cleaning... http://gagc.net/graphics-card/new-graphic-card-h-e-l-p.php All wires are in well everything runs fine.

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