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PC randomly turns off?

Shyam Ganapathy
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This is really annoying because my screen will just randomly turn off and all of my fans will spin to max speed on my Pc. no clue why

 

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2 minutes ago, Shyam Ganapathy said:

This is really annoying because my screen will just randomly turn off and all of my fans will spin to max speed on my Pc. no clue why

 

More than likely your PC is overheating.  Check temps.

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9 minutes ago, Shyam Ganapathy said:

This is really annoying because my screen will just randomly turn off and all of my fans will spin to max speed on my Pc. no clue why

 

Can you please post complete system specs?
Fans at max speed with a black screen is almost always a video card crashing. (unless you know for 100% sure it's case fans or CPU fans).

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10 minutes ago, AirSocial said:

More than likely your PC is overheating.  Check temps.

Temps are fine. I wasn't even under load. Just spotify and like 2 chrome tabs because I was doing homework.

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cool down your pc, happened with my old laptop a lot. Clean it, check it for loose connection, give it some tlc, check background processes, check the startup applications, and manage what takes up the cpu and what raises the temp to track it down and limit it's effect on your pc.

:^)

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3 minutes ago, Falkentyne said:

Can you please post complete system specs?
Fans at max speed with a black screen is almost always a video card crashing. (unless you know for 100% sure it's case fans or CPU fans).

Sure : https://pcpartpicker.com/b/RKRJ7P

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maybe a driver issue? happen to me when an nvidia driver was faulty on my computer, it would make the screen black

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Just now, Poly LLC said:

cool down your pc, happened with my old laptop a lot. Clean it, check it for loose connection, give it some tlc, check background processes, check the startup applications, and manage what takes up the cpu and what raises the temp to track it down and limit it's effect on your pc.

The pc is fine. It wasn't even under load. What's TLC? Background processes are also fine. Startup apps area already managed. I'll make sure to clean it though.

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display drivers, update your nvidia drivers. might work

 

:^)

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Just now, Poly LLC said:

display drivers, update your nvidia drivers. might work

 

Okay there were game ready drivers or something and I just installed them. Hope it doesn't happen again.

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If it does, you might want to check and see if there's a BIOS update for your mobo, Ryzen is still a new architecture and you might be behind on some updates that could fix it

 

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PC does not have to be under load to overheat lol

 

I updated my BIOS the other night, and set the same settings in BIOS, changed nothing of my fan curves and my temps hit 89c before a alarm screetch, fans blast, and PC shuts down.  The BIOS settings now included a 100% OC at all times, but my fan curves weren't adjusted for this.  Anyhow back to the thread

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1 hour ago, Tristerin said:

PC does not have to be under load to overheat lol

 

I updated my BIOS the other night, and set the same settings in BIOS, changed nothing of my fan curves and my temps hit 89c before a alarm screetch, fans blast, and PC shuts down.  The BIOS settings now included a 100% OC at all times, but my fan curves weren't adjusted for this.  Anyhow back to the thread

either way I checked it and they're fine.

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1 hour ago, Falkentyne said:

What fans were running at 100% when you crashed?

Case? CPU? or GPU? 

everything

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9 hours ago, Shyam Ganapathy said:

What's TLC? 

TLC= Tender Loving Care. Basically he is saying take care of your pc and give it a clean etc ;)

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So has this only happened once? If it's happening lots it Could be a problem with the Gpu, Or maybe the board as all the fans go to 100%

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Figured it out. I think my GPU wasnt getting power since I have a modular psu and the cable was getting loose there. I made sure that was all the way in and it hasnt happened since.

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