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Sqnman007
#11 Apr 19 2021 10:41pm
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Definite
#12 Apr 19 2021 11:20pm
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Quote (OEM @ Apr 19 2021 08:50pm)
Doing a very very rough mobile add up of your power requirements you don’t seem to have much headroom. Graphics card alone requiring 200 watts, multi core processor load on that motherboard ~180 watts, cooler claims 250 watts consumption. Might be running out of power. I would recommend looking up all your components power requirements and see where that lands you.



This computer specs around 360 watts, he’s not overclocking and when he stress tested his GPU nothing happened but when the CPU was stress tested the computer crashed.

https://pcpartpicker.com/list/F9ZDsX




If you search your CPU model you’ll see there is a lot of people with this issue and many different solutions being tried, the majority where solved by adjusting your CPU voltage, Bios updates or motherboard chipset driver updates

Search:
Ryzen 3700x Crashes


I would recommend you look into driver updates and Bios, then look into some voltage changes, if you aren’t comfortable doing the voltage changes yourself then do not do them. (Have a professional PC Tech in your area do it if need be)

This post was edited by Definite on Apr 19 2021 11:21pm
HereComesTheKraken
#13 Apr 20 2021 03:32am
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That screenshot of HWmonitor is it idle?
Cuase idle your CPU cores should not be at 75% so something is off there for sure. If its not then obv ignore this.


Your 750W PSU should be more than enough for that current system as well.

This post was edited by HereComesTheKraken on Apr 20 2021 03:34am
CallMeMatt
#14 Apr 20 2021 05:24am
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Ill look into it tonight after work

Quote (HereComesTheKraken @ Apr 20 2021 05:32am)
That screenshot of HWmonitor is it idle?
Cuase idle your CPU cores should not be at 75% so something is off there for sure. If its not then obv ignore this.


Your 750W PSU should be more than enough for that current system as well.
ya that screenshot was during the cpu stress test (when it crashed, actually)

Thanks for the tips guys. Ill try more stuff tonight.
I tried removing 2 x ram sticks last night and managed to play for 2 hrs... finally crashed while EXITING Valorant <_<

cantero
#15 Apr 21 2021 07:25am
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You can use MemTest86 to check if your ram is broken.
I had this problem last time my pc was being funny.
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