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LavishLinc

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  1. Which one of the two would be better?
  2. What psu would be optimal for a rig with these specs: gpu: Radeon rx 5700 xt cpu: ryzen 5 3600 RAM: Corsair vengeance lpx 2x8 sticks 3200mhz msi b450 gaming plus mobo my pc had been randomly shutting off lately, I’m assuming it’s a psu problem so I want to go update it.
  3. sorry didn't know I posted in the wrong forum. I will move it right now.
  4. NA W servers looking for a squad who can help me improve Only been playing for a week 130 games in 8 wins highest kill game is 9 kills .90 KDR
  5. Looking for competitive players to play arena and possibly grind squad tournaments preferably PC unless you’re cracked on the sticks NA WEST servers only
  6. also also could it maybe be that my pc case is a mid size not full so it doesn’t get enough airflow?
  7. Well it’s happened twice since I “disabled” runtime broker so I’m gonna go ahead and order a new psu /:
  8. Could it be that my cpu is set to run at 3.6 and while gaming it’s constantly at 3.9 ish?
  9. True. Hopefully with a new psu all this mess gets cleared up
  10. this is so bizarre, its frustrating the hell out of me. if i go and buy a new power supply and this problem still occurs id be bette off selling my system and then just buying a completely new one lol
  11. Also does anything look out of the ordinary while my pc is idle?
  12. thats what im thinking too like how can something that is disabled still initiate a power off????
  13. yeah, i did the windows+R Regedit and disabled it there.. i checked on it again and it said it was disabled but somehow it still was able to initiate a shut down....
  14. ok so i disabled runtime broker and it happened again, so i looked up the system logs and it said that runtime broker initiated the power off.... so bizarre. maybe getting a new PSU is the play here
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