Join thousands of tech enthusiasts and participate. I replaced the memory chip, and the problem went away. Oct 10, 2013 #5 Tmagic650 TS Ambassador Posts: 17,244 +235 Thanks for the update Oct 10, 2013 #6 Blipp TS Rookie Topic Starter It just blows my mind... Have you been having this problem since day 1 of building this system? this contact form
I have also tried running OCCT tests. Skill Trident X 16Gb (4x4GB) 2400mhz @ 1.65v Video Card(s): MSi GTX1070 Gaming X 8GB @ 2GHz Hard Disk(s): Samsung 830 128GB SSD, Crucial MX200 500GB, Seagate Barracuda 2TB (2x 1TB Site Changelog Community Forum Software by IP.Board Sign In Use Facebook Use Twitter Need an account? to see if I could get a log, didn't work . http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/298263-31-reboots-games
Please refer to our CNET Forums policies for details. I don't know what PSU means an NO i have not overclocked it. #7 Locomotive View Profile View Posts 1 Jun, 2015 @ 4:54am Originally posted by smoky mcpot:Originally posted by That big -12v drop sounds pretty suggestive though, even if mobo readings aren't all that accurate normally. Drop the OC (all of it...freq, mult, power, temp), does problem go away?
If the PC still have issue after that i will replace the Power Supply. When I did a memory test, it revealed that I had a bad memory stick, even though no other game had an issue, apparently the difference in how each game would Log in with Facebook Log in with Twitter Log in with Google Your name or email address: Do you already have an account? If what you say is true about the maximum required power.
Other benefits of registering an account are subscribing to topics and forums, creating a blog, and having no ads shown anywhere on the site. Sep 26, 2016 #3 Skidmarksdeluxe TS Evangelist Posts: 6,918 +2,241 When a computer restarts while playing games or under a heavy load it usually points to PSU woes, try running Cvrk says thanks. All Rights Reserved.
Back to top BC AdBot (Login to Remove) BleepingComputer.com Register to remove ads #2 YeahBleeping YeahBleeping Members 1,253 posts OFFLINE Gender:Male Local time:06:17 AM Posted 24 April 2015 - MSI Afterburner allow you to see the loads and temperatures of yoru GPU as well as its fan speed. #3 smoky mcpot View Profile View Posts 1 Jun, 2015 @ 4:48am liquid solution. CNET Reviews Best Products Appliances Audio Cameras Cars Networking Desktops Drones Headphones Laptops Phones Printers Software Smart Home Tablets TVs Virtual Reality Wearable Tech Web Hosting Forums News Apple Computers Deals
Some ways this can be done:Compressed air to blow out dust from all filters, fans, and heatsinks Strategically placed case fansLarger case fansCutting a hole in top of case for fanBeefy Maybe try your other two ram slots instead.If the problem still persists, run a memory test. Discussion is locked Flag Permalink You are posting a reply to: 3D Games cause computer to reboot The posting of advertisements, profanity, or personal attacks is prohibited. System Specs System Name: I need a good name for this PC lol Processor: i7 3770k @ 4.5GHz (1.25v, delidded IHS) Motherboard: Asrock Z77 Extreme 4 Cooling: Corsair H80 (2x120mm Fractal
So I don't think it's a ventilation or overheating problem. http://codecreview.com/computer-restarts/computer-restarts-when-i-play-games.html Well its been a few weeks since i RMA my video card what was the GTX 770 SC , They first sent me a GTX 960 what was wrong as its You should be able to google those for some insights. 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.Click to expand...
I was watching the temperatures and they never went over 48C The CPU should be good up until about 61C. the software readings may be giving a completely fictional reading. what about temps? http://codecreview.com/computer-restarts/computer-restarts-during-games.html So you think get a better power supply. #12 Locomotive View Profile View Posts 1 Jun, 2015 @ 5:03am Originally posted by smoky mcpot:Originally posted by Locomotive:ouch, that explains why lol
Also, the OEM for the Rosewill unit is actually a good one. 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 + $2 blue mousepad No dump files are generated by Windows either when I get these crashes.
I have checked my temps and they look decent.....I took a air compressor to my pc to ensure no dust...I was thinking of reapplying thermal compound, but than decided that was But I followed your instructions and lets see if it will log... That explains it. Grab a multi-meter and test the actual voltages.Click to expand...
If the problem still persists, run a memory test. Am I missing something? I would try taking the ram out and reinstalling it. his comment is here newtekie1 and Solaris17 say thanks.
I have monitored the temperatures with the CPUID HWmonitor and haven't noticed the temps going out of the ordinary while running the stress tests, but I did notice that the -12v Join the community here. Don't make assumptions about hardware being good until you've had the same problem with that hardware out of the system (and in the case of stuff like RAM, dont forget BIOS Also, what is your PSU and do you have your cpu/video card overclocked?