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Computer Shuts Down while playing Battle Field 4

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Over the past couple of days my computer has begun to experience a "power loss" while playing Battle Field 4. At first i thought that it was because of my power supply so I upgraded to the HX850i. It wasn't the PSU I think. I got to thinking that it might be temperature so I ran a temperature monitoring software to check if it was temperature. The GPU hovered around 72 Celsius and the CPU stayed around 50 Celsius. I'm at a loss for what to do and how to solve this issue. Please help me.

 

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CPU | i7-4790K  GPU | MSI GTX 980ti  RAM | 16gb (4x4gb) Crucial PSU | Corsair HX850i  MotherBoard | Asus Maximus VII Hero Cooling | H110i  Storage | 1TB Samsung SSD 1TB Segate Hard Drive 256gb Crucial SSD (boot drive) 

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8 minutes ago, TacticalPC said:

Over the past couple of days my computer has begun to experience a "power loss" while playing Battle Field 4. At first i thought that it was because of my power supply so I upgraded to the HX850i. It wasn't the PSU I think. I got to thinking that it might be temperature so I ran a temperature monitoring software to check if it was temperature. The GPU hovered around 72 Celsius and the CPU stayed around 50 Celsius. I'm at a loss for what to do and how to solve this issue. Please help me.

 

Thanks!  

Is your cpu overclocked? It could be that the cpu isn't getting enough power from the motherboard. This may be a voltage issue or a power delivery issue relating to the vrm.

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Make sure multi-rail mode is turned off for that power supply (corsair link).  If you overclocked hard enough you can exceed the software-defined current limit on the virtual rails and it'll just click off.


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Posted · Original PosterOP
On 5/27/2018 at 5:34 PM, Brooksie359 said:

Is your cpu overclocked? It could be that the cpu isn't getting enough power from the motherboard. This may be a voltage issue or a power delivery issue relating to the vrm.

My CPU is not overclocked. It does turbo boost though.


CPU | i7-4790K  GPU | MSI GTX 980ti  RAM | 16gb (4x4gb) Crucial PSU | Corsair HX850i  MotherBoard | Asus Maximus VII Hero Cooling | H110i  Storage | 1TB Samsung SSD 1TB Segate Hard Drive 256gb Crucial SSD (boot drive) 

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Posted · Original PosterOP
On 5/27/2018 at 5:39 PM, AnonymousGuy said:

Make sure multi-rail mode is turned off for that power supply (corsair link).  If you overclocked hard enough you can exceed the software-defined current limit on the virtual rails and it'll just click off.

I have corsair link 4. How would I go about doing this?


CPU | i7-4790K  GPU | MSI GTX 980ti  RAM | 16gb (4x4gb) Crucial PSU | Corsair HX850i  MotherBoard | Asus Maximus VII Hero Cooling | H110i  Storage | 1TB Samsung SSD 1TB Segate Hard Drive 256gb Crucial SSD (boot drive) 

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