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BrockyTM

PC shutting off and all randomly

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Back again. 

 

So, the system will run for an hour with no issues and then shuts off completely. 

 

Reboots twice and then runs again. 

 

Anyone ever had something similar? 

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32 minutes ago, BrockyTM said:

Back again. 

 

So, the system will run for an hour with no issues and then shuts off completely. 

 

Reboots twice and then runs again. 

 

Anyone ever had something similar? 

We're all happy to help, but this is similar to going to the doctor and saying "randomly I cough, what is wrong with me?"
Have you run any diagnostics? Doing things under heavy load? Replicatable? Any information can help us help you!


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Posted · Original PosterOP
7 minutes ago, EndoliteMatrix said:

We're all happy to help, but this is similar to going to the doctor and saying "randomly I cough, what is wrong with me?"
Have you run any diagnostics? Doing things under heavy load? Replicatable? Any information can help us help you!

Yeah man, I've posted about 5 times on this topic. 

 

So I had over heating issues before. 

 

Now that's stable, ran new CPU and 24 pin cables. 

 

Reseated mem and CPU. 

 

Many stress test no issue. 

 

Just randomly after 30-60 mins she dies and then reboots. 

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2 minutes ago, BrockyTM said:

Yeah man, I've posted about 5 times on this topic. 

 

So I had over heating issues before. 

 

Now that's stable, ran new CPU and 24 pin cables. 

 

Reseated mem and CPU. 

 

Many stress test no issue. 

 

Just randomly after 30-60 mins she dies and then reboots. 

Have you ran any diagnostics? Like memory tests? Are you getting a blue screen? have you checked the error logs in windows? Have you done any overclocking? Are your voltages showing okay?


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Posted · Original PosterOP
Just now, EndoliteMatrix said:

Have you ran any diagnostics? Like memory tests? Are you getting a blue screen? have you checked the error logs in windows? Have you done any overclocking? Are your voltages showing okay?

Base clock on 3600. 

 

Mem tests came back fine. 

 

No blue screen at all. 

 

Nothing in logs to indicate crashing. 

 

Voltage is 0.960. 

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Just now, BrockyTM said:

Base clock on 3600. 

 

Mem tests came back fine. 

 

No blue screen at all. 

 

Nothing in logs to indicate crashing. 

 

Voltage is 0.960. 

Assuming that voltage is your RAM? We can't get enough information, as it'll help us try to come up with a fix. Have you looked through your motherboard to see if there's any bulging capacitors? Have you done any BIOS updates? It's sort of exhausting to have to pry. 


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This could be from a ton of different things.

 

It could be from poor thermals, where something (cpu?) is overheating. But, it would probably hard crash and lock up first.

 

It could be from unstable CPU or memory clocks, or too low of voltage for the clock you're running. This might be the case, since you said you had thermal issues before - the CPU could be partially damaged. Also, 0.96 volts seems a bit low if you're talking VCore, that should be at like 1.35V for an R5 3600.

 

It could be from bad drivers - I have personally had this happen, and I've heard of it happening with AMD Navi GPU's.

 

It could be from bad Windows updates. I've also personally had this happen.

 

Most often, random reboots are a software problem, since hardware problems tend to cause hard locks and blue screens, but it's again possible that it's a hardware issue. Just not as common to show up as rebooting.


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