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System getting restarted while playing games.

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Posted · Original PosterOP

My configuration:
Ryzen 7 2700x,
MSI B450M PRO VDH MAX,
2xGSkill Ripjaws 8GB 2666 MHz
Zotac 1660 Amp
WD green M.2 NVME,
WD Blue 1TB,
5xAntec Prizm ARGB Fan 120mm

All this running with Antec VP550P PSU. I have tried everything i found on google but it again restarts.. My mobo temp rises to 65⁰C and CPU to 60⁰C. Do i need to change the PSU or MOBO? Cause the tdp for 2700x is 105W and vrm on my mobo is not that great.

Please suggest me what should I do. I am feeling helpless as i have made this build recently. Please help me guys.

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You never mentioned what PSU you are using right now...unless it's very old or cheap I don't think it's to blame.

Temperatures are OK.

Run memtest86, maybe you got a problem with 1 of 2 RAM sticks...

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What are your graphics card temperatures?

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1 hour ago, Savy4u said:

@RageTester

done memtest86 perfectly fine.

Using antec vp550p psu.

 

@Crunchy Dragon 

GPU around 60-70.

Are you able to test a different power supply?

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On 1/28/2020 at 12:08 PM, Crunchy Dragon said:

Are you able to test a different power supply?

Trying to arrange a power supply with 650W or more.. fingers crossed hopefully that will work. CPU core voltage of my 2700x is 1.45V which is higher than normal voltage range for cpus. I didn't overclocked the cpu. It was like that out of the box. I have changed the ryzen master settings to game profile where the cpu  voltage is limited to 1V which reduces the random restarts, but still its getting restarted after 30-45 mins of  gaming. Previously it was 5 mins of game play and it restarts automatically.   

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6 hours ago, Savy4u said:

Trying to arrange a power supply with 650W or more.. fingers crossed hopefully that will work. CPU core voltage of my 2700x is 1.45V which is higher than normal voltage range for cpus. I didn't overclocked the cpu. It was like that out of the box. I have changed the ryzen master settings to game profile where the cpu  voltage is limited to 1V which reduces the random restarts, but still its getting restarted after 30-45 mins of  gaming. Previously it was 5 mins of game play and it restarts automatically.   

1.45v is too high for stock clocks, I'd pull it down to maybe 1v or 1.1v. Also make sure you do that in the BIOS, not in Ryzen Master.

 

Make sure you get a decent power supply too; seeing as bringing the CPU voltage down more or less fixed the problem, I'd think it's a reasonable assumption to say that your current PSU isn't good enough.

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2 minutes ago, Crunchy Dragon said:

1.45v is too high for stock clocks, I'd pull it down to maybe 1v or 1.1v. Also make sure you do that in the BIOS, not in Ryzen Master.

 

Make sure you get a decent power supply too; seeing as bringing the CPU voltage down more or less fixed the problem, I'd think it's a reasonable assumption to say that your current PSU isn't good enough.

For a 2700X? Mine casually consumed 1.5v at times. PBO, baby ?


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Just now, Zando Bob said:

For a 2700X? Mine casually consumed 1.5v at times. PBO, baby ?

My 1600 never went past 1.3v, even after I overclocked it.

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1 minute ago, Crunchy Dragon said:

My 1600 never went past 1.3v, even after I overclocked it.

That's Zen with no PBO. Mine did 4.0 at around 1.38v, what clocks were you putting it to? 

My 2700X wanted 1.38v or so for 4.2 all core, if I left it on PBO it pulled much higher like I mentioned, but boosted 1-2 cores to 4.35-4.4Ghz. 


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52 minutes ago, Zando Bob said:

That's Zen with no PBO. Mine did 4.0 at around 1.38v, what clocks were you putting it to? 

My 2700X wanted 1.38v or so for 4.2 all core, if I left it on PBO it pulled much higher like I mentioned, but boosted 1-2 cores to 4.35-4.4Ghz. 

3.8Ghz all core, if I remember correctly.

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