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 This I don't believe. 750W should be more then enough power for my rig. System Used CPU: AMD FX-8350 (OC: 4.7GHz @ 1.45V) Cooler: Thermalright Macho X2 Motherboard: ASUS 970 Pro... Going to run memtest now. this contact form
Other benefits of registering an account are subscribing to topics and forums, creating a blog, and having no ads shown anywhere on the site. So we may need some patience to explore this, until we can find a solution. COLGeekJan 16, 2012, 9:56 AM Your temps look ok (not great, but ok). Total power requirement falls well below 650W. http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/333103-31-computer-restarting-stress
Moboissue? Get the answer beguilerMar 23, 2015, 7:43 AM synphul said: Is the cpu overclocked? Skills Ripjaw X RAM 1600 MHz 1 TB HDD 2 TB HDD 250GB SSD ASUS P8Z68-V PRO MB Corsair H60 Hydro Cooler for CPU EVGA GTX 570 HD SC (Recently upgraded Why?Thanks for all the answers so far!!
solved PC freezes and forces me to restart when gaming/running a stress test on GPU solved PC Crash (while under stress) Random Crash/Reboot Under Stress GPU fine with idling yet is solved PC Restarts Under GPU Load Test Pc restarts when stress testing. Print a command line argument 100 times What security measure one should implement before executing user uploaded files? Donwlod HWinfo and take the benchs....if temps go pretty up your processor is restarting because thermal settings...Click to expand... +1, these are important parameters.
I was able to run the small fft test with up to 6 cores without a problem, but as soon as I added a 7th worker it causes a crash within by WilliamGayde View: More Reviews New Articles › Why 240GB, 250GB , 256GB, and 275GB SATA3 SSD... › The Orion Spectrum: Everything You Need from... › Windows 10 Tweaks › Analyzing I have done short (only short) tests on Blend with Prime95. Thanks! 14 answers Last reply Jan 16, 2012 More about computer restarting stress Max1sJan 16, 2012, 1:42 AM True, it has more than enough power, but it still could be defect.
If it reaches close to or over 100 C, then there's the source of the problem. 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... To start with, I would suggest that you should disable all power saving options including hibernation on this system, except the ones related to your monitor; and see whether this improves This just starting happening today.Quote: Originally Posted by Schmuckley you need moar powahh (and watts) on a single 12v rail This I don't believe. 750W should be more then enough power
It's a very frustrating experience to troubleshoot this kind of stuff. Another interesting bit of information is I can not recreate a crash which leads me to believe its either a memory or power supply issue. System Specs System Name: Not an AAR Cuda Processor: 3770k @4.2 Motherboard: Gigabyte z77x-D3H rev1.1 Cooling: Coolermaster Hyper 212 evo Memory: 16 GB HyperX fury Black 1866 Mhz Video Card(s): MSI The stress tests don't seem to showing a instability whether the cpu is oc'd or not but they're designed to stress the cpu - not the cpu and gpu both like
Why?Thanks for all the answers so far!! weblink It has passed with no errors and 4 out of 4.2. The stress tests don't seem to showing a instability whether the cpu is oc'd or not but they're designed to stress the cpu - not the cpu and gpu both like It is a single 12V rail at 60A. Dominus Noctis (33 items) Sager NP7352 (14 items) CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM[Intel] i7-4790K @ 4.5GHz[Gigabyte] Z97X-Gaming GT[EVGA] GeForce GTX 980 Ti
When under heavy load the computer restarts itself. I saw the product specifications and power requirements, there's a diffrence of 100W between them. Where to use std::variant over union? http://codecreview.com/computer-restarts/computer-restarts-by-itself.html Grab a multi-meter and test the actual voltages.Click to expand...
Caring1 and qubit say thanks. I always set mine to remain off. You don't want it to really vary more than ~5% away from 12v if I remember right.
Sep 27, 2010 #11 dividebyzero trainee n00b Posts: 4,891 +1,258 Archean said: ↑ DBZ, can it be the case that PSU is somehow fails to deliver enough/required power under load?Click Quote: Do you have an UPS? I immediately suspected it was my RAM as I'm using value RAM until I have the cash to buy some G.SKILL Ripjaws. So much room, so quiet...
A 650W Silverstone PSU that I thought was more than enough for this. the software readings may be giving a completely fictional reading.Click to expand... Thermalpaste replace? his comment is here Apr 5, 2015 at 10:18 AM #25 xorbe Joined: Feb 14, 2012 Messages: 1,465 (0.80/day) Thanks Received: 490 Location: Bay Area, CA System Specs System Name: PC Processor: 4790K @ 4.5
Plus, it is a 1000w unit, which is waaaaaay overkill for the rig. newtekie1 says thanks. That big -12v drop sounds pretty suggestive though, even if mobo readings aren't all that accurate normally. It can stop after in-game loading screen or it can run for a few minutes.
Apr 4, 2015 at 10:31 PM #6 t_ski Former Staff Joined: Apr 11, 2006 Messages: 12,000 (3.03/day) Thanks Received: 6,441 System Specs System Name: My i7 Beast Processor: Intel Core i7 You may just not have enough voltage to your CPU, and it's causing you to crash, which is common when you don't have enough voltage. Unless accompanied with a rebutting statement, I call trolling on your comment. https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1ahoXtBv00FLMItF-WCtj_xSIRIO8I95SdC3yuHXxUIE/edit?usp=sharing <-- Failure happens at the final row (or immediately after it, I suppose).
its brand effing new.