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Games Crash When GPU Reaches 100% utilization (or close to)

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GPU temperatures are normal 40-50 C. I have this pc for less then 4 days all brand new components.latest drivers installed.

 

Specs:AMD Ryzen 3600

           MSI B450M-A Pro Max

           Single Fan PNY GTX 1650 SUPER 4gbvram

           Viper Patriot Black Edition 16GB dual channel 3200 MHz kit

           

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5 minutes ago, GuciGucescu said:

GPU temperatures are normal 40-50 C. I have this pc for less then 4 days all brand new components.latest drivers installed.

 

Specs:AMD Ryzen 3600

           MSI B450M-A Pro Max

           Single Fan PNY GTX 1650 SUPER 4gbvram

           Viper Patriot Black Edition 16GB dual channel 3200 MHz kit

           

no clue whould say the power supply but given the gpu and cpu i can't say anything, but is it overclocked

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Seems to be decent enough, even though I have no real idea of PSUs. Usually, when a computer shuts off hard, it is related to problems with power.

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Do the games show error messages or how exactly do they crash?

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does the GPU have a program that allows you to see the temps of it? I know you said 40-50C but that is usually the average and one section of the card may be overheating and causing the shut down for the safety of itself and the rest of the computer.

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Could be software related issue to be honest. Try using Aida 64 to stress test your cpu and gpu to actually see whether it is a hardware issue or just software. By the way the motherboard wasn't exactly the best choice considering that it is rated as a Tier F under the Motherboard Tier List

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