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  1. It was the PSU. I went from a 750 bronze to a 750 gold and it took care of everything! Cheers!
  2. It was the PSU. I went from a 750 bronze to a 750 gold and it took care of everything! Cheers! Thanks for all you help Nick name!
  3. Thanks for your advice! I ordered an EVGA 850 to trial with. I'll update when it gets in.
  4. Very sorry, I should've been more descriptive! System is fine until I put the GPU under load. System completely reboots
  5. After upgrading my system upgrade (new mobo, cpu, and ram) I am now experiencing crashing whenever I try to play games. After some troubleshooting I have discovered my GPU, that was working fine in my old build, is the culprit. This is a fresh load of Windows 10 and all drivers are up-to-date with manufacturer drivers. Nothing is overclocked My build: X570-A PRO Ryzen 5 3600 Vengeance 16 GB (2x8GB) DDR4 3200MHz ROG STRIX RX VEGA 64 O8GB Corsair CX750M PSU System only crashes when GPU is under heavy load. Could it actually be my PSU causing the issues? Let me know if there is any more info I can provide
  6. Is it possible its my PSU? The Vega was running fine in my old rig.
  7. I'm disappointed to announce the bios update did not help. I ran more test and after a minute of furmark gpu stress test I was able to replicate it. Meaning its my greatest fear .. my Vega 64 :( I updated the drivers for it but it's still happening. Any troubleshooting ideas I could do?
  8. Yes! The board indicates them as "First" slots Thanks for double checking me and all the replies
  9. Oh my god. I just noticed a "BIOS" tab. I feel like a fool...... I will check BIOs settings when I get home from work and update this thread
  10. Yes, RAM sticks are installed into the correct "First" slots I want to mention, even though they are 3200 MHz they are running at factory settings
  11. Yes, I have the most updated manufacturer drivers. However, I do not recall finding anything as far as a BIOs update from MSI. Just Chipset and misc drivers from the support page linked below https://www.msi.com/Motherboard/support/X570-A-PRO#down-driver&Win10 64
  12. Yup, totally fresh copy of Windows with the newest build from the Windows Media Creation tool
  13. First of all, this is my first forum post here so please notify me if I am missing anything or go against the rules in anyway! I've been a long time fan of LTT and it's awesome to dive into the community with my issues. I recently upgraded my computer by replacing the Motherboard, CPU, and RAM and now I'm experiencing some issues. Whenever I go to play a game the computer will crash when demand ramp up. Lets take Madden for instance... it's just fine on the menus but once I click to load a game the computer will go to a black screen and reboot. No BSOD or error codes. Event viewer doesn't show anything either, just that the computer recovered from an unexpected shutdown. My new computer: X570-A Pro Ryzen 5 3600 Vengeance 16 GB DDR4 3200 MHz STRIX ASUS Radeon RX Vega 64 8GB (From old rig) Corsair CX750M PSU (From old rig) 500 GB Samsung SSD (From old rig) 1 TB Seagate HDD (From old rig) I attempted to replicate the issues outside of games by running tests. I capped out my CPU and GPU using OCCT and I ran Windows Memory Diagnostic. Both of these tests found no errors and I could not replicate the issue. Few more notes: Everything is factory settings, there is no overclocking I reloaded Windows 10 Everything is running current manufacturer drivers I reapplied thermal paste to CPU (I am running AMD factory cooler) Heat seems pretty normal, usually maxing out at 80c under load. Cinebench complete without issues OCCT Tests for GPU and CPU ran for 30 minutes This is my first time with a MSI Motherboard and AMD processor. Does anyone have any troubleshooting recommendations to help me narrow down to the trouble part?