Computer beats human champ in ancient Chinese game •Simplifying solar cells with a new mix of materials •Imaged 'jets' reveal cerium's post-shock inner strength Oct 8, 2010 #2 fss As far Support that violates other's privacy, or breaks terms and agreements is not allowed. I've had the same issue before where the computer just shuts down after playing a game, may be 5 min, may be an hour. solved Clicking/ Crashing computer playing intense games or doing anything strenuous solved PC shuts off when playing graphically intensive games solved Random restarts when playing graphically intensive games. Source
I can run older games like Knights of the Old Republic just fine, but more graphically intense games like Battlefield Bad Company 2 or Assassin's Creed 2 will result in my No [Meta] posts about jobs on tech support, only about the subreddit itself. He can attempt to do that while the system is under load, and risk a short, or he can use an inline PSU tester which is relatively cheap and shows actual My money is on a dodgy PSU or mobo and just because the PSU is new doesn't mean it's not playing up, so that's my hot favourite. http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-2424125/computer-resets-graphic-intensive-gaming.html
G: You have or had magnets near your computer. If so, how? I would think that this would be enough watts to push a single GTX 770; however, it is an old.... D: You don't have enough RAM available for the game to work.
Tom's Hardware Around the World Tom's Hardware Around the World Denmark Norway Finland Russia France Turkey Germany UK Italy USA Subscribe to Tom's Hardware Search the site Ok About Tom's Hardware Tradesman1Dec 15, 2014, 3:53 AM Can run Memtest on the sticks, Win has a memory diagnostic, I was wondering if they are set up correctly, if the sticks are 1600 or Skill 8Gb (2x4Gb) 2133Mhz Video Card(s): R9 270X Hard Disk(s): Sandisk X 400 256Gb Case: Antec Sonata (don't laugh) Software: W7 Home Premium 64 bit newtekie1 said: ↑ Software readings can't Computer Reboots When Playing Games Could be 20 minutes, could be an hour.
What could be wrong if my computer reboots itself a few seconds into a game. Pc Shuts Down When Playing Games Windows 7 C: you built the computer yourself and forgot to put in a heatsink, so everything is melting. I went ahead and ordered a new PSU, a Corsair HX750w:http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817139010As soon as this arrives, I will install the new PSU and provide an update. 7 to 8 years????? http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-2053520/shuts-playing-graphics-intensive-games.html mugaliens, Oct 21, 2010 Nov 9, 2010 #8 fedaykin Are you getting a BSOD?
Most people would wonder how this works at only 500W (and 4 years old), but its just because that particular psu provides highly efficient power at high amps across the 12V Occt Power Supply Test The tiny 40mm fan on the VRM heatsink had a busted bearing and sounded like a tiny crop dusting airplane, causing temps to also be way too hot. Most recently a friend tried to update the performance index for the computer and the same behavior persists. Raidmax doesnt have the greatest reputation for quality, at least not when I last checked.
harry120 and Caring1 say thanks. this website On that note, do not use furmark, its very unrealistic and not very useful as a real world tool. Pc Shuts Down While Playing Games Apr 5, 2015 at 7:58 AM #22 newtekie1 Semi-Retired Folder Joined: Nov 22, 2005 Messages: 23,337 (5.73/day) Thanks Received: 9,312 System Specs Processor: Intel Core i7 [email protected] Motherboard: AsRock Z97 Extreme6 Computer Shuts Off While Playing Games During the burn in test though but the -12 rail was all over the place in voltage ranging from -11.2 to -14.6.
If it's not that then likely the mobo. http://gbcmedina.com/playing-games/random-restarts-during-games.php Two months old, Right? I let the test do three full passes over all of the ram (300%) and no problems where detected.I then reset the computer and ran the Windows memory test and that I thought it was an overheating issue with the CPU but it turned out that my Power Supply was faulty out of the box. Computer Shuts Down When Playing Games Not Overheating
permalinkembedsaveparentgive gold[–]Precourser 0 points1 point2 points 2 years ago(0 children)Because dust. Turns out that one of the "arms" that holds the CPU cooler in place wasn't 100% pressed down, so the CPU must have been operating at too high a temperature when I found something somewere talking about overvoltage protection on ram, something that happen to some people with evga z97 ftw and fast ddr3. have a peek here Sound Card: Pioneer VSX-519V + Yamaha YHT-270 / sennheiser HD595/518 + bob marley zion's Power Supply: Corsair HX 750i (Platinum, fan off til 300W) Mouse: Logitech G403 + Func 1030 (G700s
Keep all communication public, on the subreddit. Furmark Stability Test Hurkyl, Mar 25, 2011 Mar 26, 2011 #15 CJaxx Hurkyl said: ↑ Have you tried the forums for the games you're having trouble with? If you do not understand what is causing this behavior, please contact us here.
Best answer Kevin Samuel Christian YongDec 19, 2014, 3:14 PM ultranoobcannon said: While I don't think that the CPU or GPU overheating is the problem, I went ahead and ran a qubit says thanks. Get the answer Jake LloydMar 6, 2014, 4:34 PM I understand why you feel it's a PSU to GPU power issue. Laptop Turns Off When Playing Games Thermalpaste replace?
Sry for the typo! Computer shuts down on graphics intensive games Computer crashes when playing new graphic intensive games solved Computer resetting during certain games and conditions. xorbe said: ↑ -12v rail should not hit -14.6 so fix the PSU first.Click to expand... Check This Out As far as I know 730 watts should be plenty of power and I've been keeping track of my temps with speedfan and they're all normal.
The power requirement will be listed with your graphics card's specs. The 12v rail on that PSU should supply enough power. If it's randomly shutting down when graphics become intense it's either PSU or over heating. 1. did not have time and money to investigate further, I just did not play game I also check inside computer connection, and change the psu cable...I just ran prime 95 torture
C12FriedmanNov 8, 2013, 8:55 PM I'll point my finger at the PSU regardless, the builder series is Corsair's entry level PSU and not too, too long ago, there seemed to be Memory: G. This is almost definitely a heating issue.