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PC Restarts while gaming or long time running

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Posted · Original PosterOP

When i play games, the pc restarts in the middle of the game. The pc power was not turning on at that time. I took it to retailer but they are saying its the power connector problem and brought my pc to home but same problem repeats again. i have already posted regarding these restart issue 7 months ago. (https://linustechtips.com/main/topic/975937-pc-restarts-suddenly-while-gaming/). But at that time i thought that was solved. But unfortunately it repeats again and again. 

Is there any way to identify the faults? It will be very helpful if someone provide me suggestion.


MY PC SPECS:
CPU :  core i 5 7400
MOBO: gigabyte b250m hd3
HDD : WD 2TB green refurbished 
RAM : Coresair vengeance 8 gb 2400mhz(running at 2133mhz)
GPU : Gigabyte nvidia gfx 1050 ti oc edition 
PSU : Antec truepower new 650w(https://youtu.be/NvuhTl5MHmo)

 

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Posted · Original PosterOP
4 minutes ago, 191x7 said:

Temperatures under load?

No temp issue i think, the cpu and gpu temps are average 50-55 and 60-65 respectively. 

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Don't go with what you think, test it and let us know. Let your CPU run at 100% (Prime95, OCCT, Intel Burn Test or something like that) and your GPU too (FurMark, Unigine Valley or Heaven) and report the temperatures when they stop climbing.

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Posted · Original PosterOP
35 minutes ago, 191x7 said:

Don't go with what you think, test it and let us know. Let your CPU run at 100% (Prime95, OCCT, Intel Burn Test or something like that) and your GPU too (FurMark, Unigine Valley or Heaven) and report the temperatures when they stop climbing.

Whats these one. Suddenly restarts

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Posted · Original PosterOP
38 minutes ago, 191x7 said:

Don't go with what you think, test it and let us know. Let your CPU run at 100% (Prime95, OCCT, Intel Burn Test or something like that) and your GPU too (FurMark, Unigine Valley or Heaven) and report the temperatures when they stop climbing.

See these one too

cpustress.JPG

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6 minutes ago, Wanted-x said:

Whats these one. Suddenly restarts 

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That's either a temperature or a power issue.

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Posted · Original PosterOP
40 minutes ago, 191x7 said:

That's either a temperature or a power issue.

Means PSU? And i got another problem that is pin bent of motherboard? is it the possible reason for restarting?

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Just now, Wanted-x said:

Means PSU? And i got another problem that is pin bent of motherboard? is it the possible reason for restarting?

It probably is, but you did not mention that. Have you tried straightening the pin?

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Posted · Original PosterOP
4 minutes ago, 191x7 said:

It probably is, but you did not mention that. Have you tried straightening the pin?

I am not experienced enough to straightening the pin. 😣😣

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13 minutes ago, Wanted-x said:

I am not experienced enough to straightening the pin. 😣😣

Well, you'll have to... Linus did it a few times and he's known to drop things...

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Posted · Original PosterOP
On 3/12/2019 at 4:31 PM, 191x7 said:

Temperatures under load?

This problem again occurs today exactly at 11-56-57 AM GMT. No temperature issue as i told u. These problem just driving me crazy. 😖😖

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16 hours ago, Wanted-x said:

This problem again occurs today exactly at 11-56-57 AM GMT. No temperature issue as i told u. These problem just driving me crazy. 😖😖

 

can you please check windows event viewer and tell me if you see any errors near the pc restarting?


my current setup:                              cpu:amd ryzen 1600x      

cpu cooler :noctua nh l9i                  mobo:gigabyte ab350-gaming 3

ram:crosair vengance 16 gb             gpu:amd rx 580 pulse                      

tower:antec p8                                  psu:antec 550W

 

 

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Posted · Original PosterOP
37 minutes ago, aBattleBorn said:

can you please check windows event viewer and tell me if you see any errors near the pc restarting?

There are lots of thing in Event viewer, which one u want exactly?

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12 minutes ago, Wanted-x said:

There are lots of thing in Event viewer, which one u want exactly?

open event viewer>windows log>system 

look for errors meaning red icons


my current setup:                              cpu:amd ryzen 1600x      

cpu cooler :noctua nh l9i                  mobo:gigabyte ab350-gaming 3

ram:crosair vengance 16 gb             gpu:amd rx 580 pulse                      

tower:antec p8                                  psu:antec 550W

 

 

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Posted · Original PosterOP
7 hours ago, aBattleBorn said:

open event viewer>windows log>system 

look for errors meaning red icons

I shared all the error and critical level from12-03-2019 till now.

crash.evtx

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16 hours ago, Wanted-x said:

I shared all the error and critical level from12-03-2019 till now.

crash.evtx

well my man the most of the reports were just permission which do not help us, all the errors other than thous suggest it is a hardware related issue.

try running your pc without the gpu for a couple of days see if the problem relates to the gpu drawing power.

when exactly did you bought your psu? 


my current setup:                              cpu:amd ryzen 1600x      

cpu cooler :noctua nh l9i                  mobo:gigabyte ab350-gaming 3

ram:crosair vengance 16 gb             gpu:amd rx 580 pulse                      

tower:antec p8                                  psu:antec 550W

 

 

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Posted · Original PosterOP
1 hour ago, aBattleBorn said:

well my man the most of the reports were just permission which do not help us, all the errors other than thous suggest it is a hardware related issue.

try running your pc without the gpu for a couple of days see if the problem relates to the gpu drawing power.

when exactly did you bought your psu? 

The whole rig was purchased at 21st june 2017

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