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shark103

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About shark103

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    shark103#2646

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Poland

System

  • CPU
    Ryzen 5 3600
  • Motherboard
    MSI B450-A PRO
  • RAM
    16GB G.SKILL 3200MHz
  • GPU
    Gigabyte RTX 2060 Super Gaming OC
  • Case
    SilentiumPC one
  • Storage
    Patriot 256GB VPN100
  • PSU
    SilentiumPC one
  • Display(s)
    iiyama 27" + iiyama 24"
  • Keyboard
    Roccat Suora
  • Mouse
    Tracer Recon
  • Operating System
    Win 10

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  1. @Khoomn OC won't damage "dp/hdmi port" it could damage core,traces etc but that would be a rare case for it to damage a part of functionality. It is either damaged or we're missing something here.
  2. @Khoomn List of question suggesting what to check basicly : . Did you try a different DP cable on that GPU ? 2.Did you try this DP cable on a different device ? 3. Do you have a known good cable from another device that could be used to check this gpu ? 4.Did you try different monitor on this gpu+dp cable ? 5. Nothing weird in Nvidia panel? 6. Did you try a clean install of nvidia drivers ? 7. Is it working normally on dp/hdmi without OC?
  3. @Khoomn Did you make sure that monitor is not set to auto or hdmi instead of DP ? Some monitors when set to auto can pick signal source at random(predefined order) if multiple cables are attached.
  4. @Ship1617 even without ssd/hdd you should be able to get into bios without gpu ? it depends if you have a cpu with inbuild graphic and monitor is connected to mobo output auto-reboot usually is not due to lack of disk/os as it would just wait for a drive/command etc Maybe start with listing your parts
  5. You mean you got partitions that use only a part of disks ? Your post is kind of all over the place When not sure of what was done etc and having a copy of data a wipe is a good thing because you start with clean slate and setup everything from scratch as it should be.
  6. shark103

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    Use manual for your mobo - they can be found on mobo manufacture website
  7. That can have a lot of underlying causes so it doesn't say much. I'm of out ideas sorry, it's either RAM or PSU. edit: last one tiny thing. You tested RAM module individually but did you try to run the system with only one for a bit to see if it crashes - then switch modules and try the second one this way. You could call it battle testing not with synthetic loads/tests.
  8. Did you try putting only one stick of ram at the time ? Make sure you put the ram in correct slot when putting only one stick. Did you try min setup to check if you get into bios at least - min setup I mean mobo+cpu+one ram+psu ofc but no gpu, no drive etc. Did you try to reset bios (i know you got new mobo but we need to make sure that's it in default setting.
  9. Simplest things first : are all the power cables plugged all the way in (especially 8pin for CPU)? How frequently is this happening ? When did it start ? Only under load or even on desktop/web browsing ?
  10. Hi, With what did you test ram to get such an info ? For RAM testing always use MemTest. Is the RAM still under warranty ? Is this a new, store bought PC ? How long after building/buying this system crashes started?
  11. Hi, First things first- are you getting into bios / monitor gets the signal but stays black or nothing at all (only fans)?
  12. Hey, Kinda looks like either a psu problem with powering the mobo or mobo itself. Is the system working at all (os, bios anything?) when put altogether or is it only powering on prebios and stuck ? You wrote that all parts were tested individually ? All of them even mobo with different cpu/psu/ram/gpu ?
  13. If you have at least 10gb on windows partition and updates up to date(no 10gb+ updates in que) then free space is not an issue for sure. Randomly when it's on for more than aprox 4hours or randomly and 4+ hours is aprox from a day/two ? Is the psu under warranty ?
  14. Still almost only crashing on those 2 games ? Did you try with updating chipset drivers etc via snappy ? Did you tried anything with peripherals ? Did you look at drive health - eg Crystal Disk Info ? Beside what's above all all earlier things - I'm out of ideas and leaning fully to PSU fault as it may not be able to handle spikes in load, problem with it only havving one 8pin
  15. Can be anything higher (in power) than those if you can get it cheap enough. Example if you can get a GTX950 (or higher) in the same price or lower than 750Ti then go for it. Nothing lower as 750Ti/7850 is an optimal pair with your cpu - lower one and your new gpu will be the bottleneck for the cpu. One additional thing as you might not now this a 670 is more powerful than 750ti and those you probably could also get cheap. Nvidia gpu power you could say that if you take their number from gtx family as XY0 then X|Y+2|0 >> X+1|Y|0 what i mean on examples 670 >> 750 660 around the same 750 650 << 750 XY0 << XY0ti
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