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Porco Malo

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About Porco Malo

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    Newbie

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  • Location
    Stockholm, Sweden

System

  • CPU
    R5 3600
  • Motherboard
    MSI B450 Tomahawk Max
  • RAM
    Corsair Vengeance Black RGB Pro 3600MHz 2x8GB
  • GPU
    Gigabyte GTX 1050 Ti LP
  1. That's true. I'll look into that too. One more thing I thought of - my GPU doesn't have a separate power connector, so it's just powered through the PCI-E slot. If this crashing would be PSU related, in a situation where power use sharply goes up, wouldn't it then just as well happen when I for example launch the CPU test on Cinebench or encode video etc (I've done both multiple times)? I mean, isn't it all the same kind of load for the PSU, when it just feeds the motherboard (not for example different rails feeding M/B and GPU)?
  2. Thank you so much guys. I cleared CMOS now via jumper but the issue remains. As one extra detail the issue seems to arise with close to 100% certainty in cases where I wake up the PC from sleep - seems that if it has been switched all the way off, the chance is much lower. Could this in fact point to something in the PSU? At least wattage wise I thought I would be very well covered with the current PSU but I guess I will just have to buy another one and test the system with that. I don't really have anyone nearby to loan one from. God I wish it's not the motherboar
  3. First of all, I'm a long time listener, first time caller. I've tried to find similar cases in several places, but haven't figured out how to pin down what is wrong in my system. This is a few months old build, where I've had the same problem come up several times a week. Symptoms: Everything else works fine, but on launching PUBG (which I almost exclusively play), about 50-70% of times the PC powers down before reaching the lobby screen (no BSOD, just power off). It shuts down to a state where the power button is unresponsive, while RAM is still appe
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