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Khalid al hoshan

Screen goes black and fans are going super fast

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Posted · Original PosterOP

This happens every month or so , but now every time I try to launch a game the screen goes black the system crashes and the fans goes crazy .... and I'm very afraid that my PC is permanently damaged .... what should I do?

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Specs? 


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2 minutes ago, tlink said:

sounds like an thermal overload shutdown. what are your temps?

Don't think so? He's only trying to launch a game rather than it shutting down while he's playing a game...


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Any games? Any 3D application? This sounds like a thermal shut down. Or your video card is a lemon or is in the process of dying. Or sounds like something is unstable in your system.


Case: Fractal Define R6 USB-C Tempered Glass CPU: i7 5930K @ 4.0GHz Motherboard: EVGA X99 Classified RAM: 48GB DDR4 2666MHz G.Skill GPU: MSi GTX 980 Ti Lightning Edition PSU: Corsair HX1000i 80+ Platinum Drives: 500GB SSD (2x), 960GB SSD, 120GB SSD, 2TB (2x) HDD, 4TB HDD, & 500GB HDD Displays: Acer Predator 27" XB271HU 165Hz G-Sync (1440p) & 2x Dell P2715Q 27" (2160p) 

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Just now, Mr.Meerkat said:

Don't think so? He's only trying to launch a game rather than it shutting down while he's playing a game...

a friend of mine had a similar problem, turned out his thermal paste wasn't making contact well enough and it broke his temperature sensor or something. now his cpu only reads 85 degrees 125 degrees or -85 degrees and stuff like that.

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Def sounds like a thermal shutdown. Check your CPU heatsink, it may be totally clogged with dust and the fan may be unable to spin. Thermal past could also be the culprit.


When in doubt, re-format.

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Posted · Original PosterOP
3 minutes ago, pwn_intended said:

Def sounds like a thermal shutdown. Check your CPU heatsink, it may be totally clogged with dust and the fan may be unable to spin. Thermal past could also be the culprit.

If that's the case what should I do

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1 minute ago, Khalid al hoshan said:

If that's the case what should I do

If you open the computer and are greeted by a lot of dust, clean it out, make sure that the CPU fan can spin. Turn it on while its still open and confirm that the fan is in fact spinning. Once its on, try to see if its gonna crash on you. If not, you probably fixed it.

If it crashes then you may have to pull of the cpu cooler and re-apply thermal paste.

 

To monitor the temperatures of the cpu, use a program such as realTemp or even MSI afterburner.


When in doubt, re-format.

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4 minutes ago, Khalid al hoshan said:

Intel 6700k

Gtx1070 founders

Evga 850 b2 bronze 

Asus z170A

Corsair i100x water cooler

 

Check your heatsink and temperatures as other people has suggested but I can't really see it being the issue

 

I mean it's possible that you've mounted the backplate for the corsair AIO incorrectly :P 


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57 minutes ago, Khalid al hoshan said:

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well it looks like its cooling properly, but this is from the bios not from the actual OS during loading a game which is where you experienced problems. it could be your ram but than i would expect a BSOD not complete blackout with fans running full speed. try looking in windows event viewer to find whats the problem. (click HERE for a tutorial on how to do that, make sure you find the correct time)

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Posted · Original PosterOP
2 hours ago, tlink said:

well it looks like its cooling properly, but this is from the bios not from the actual OS during loading a game which is where you experienced problems. it could be your ram but than i would expect a BSOD not complete blackout with fans running full speed. try looking in windows event viewer to find whats the problem. (click HERE for a tutorial on how to do that, make sure you find the correct time)

Can a full SSD cause this problem because somehow it reinstalled all of the mods on the ssd and filling it up so i deleted them

 

Also it turns out that my gpu fan that is going crazy

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Posted · Original PosterOP
2 hours ago, tlink said:

well it looks like its cooling properly, but this is from the bios not from the actual OS during loading a game which is where you experienced problems. it could be your ram but than i would expect a BSOD not complete blackout with fans running full speed. try looking in windows event viewer to find whats the problem. (click HERE for a tutorial on how to do that, make sure you find the correct time)

 

3 minutes ago, Khalid al hoshan said:

Can a full SSD cause this problem because somehow it reinstalled all of the mods on the ssd and filling it up so i deleted them

 

Also it turns out that my gpu fan that is going crazy

Could ot be that my psu is not giving enough power and the gpu spiked

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