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Is this GPU faulty?

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My friend recently bought a Nvidia GTX 1050 and every time he tries to run a game like Portal 2 or GTA V the game opens and the PC shuts down, the seller he bought it from said he needed to format his PC, but i don't think that is the cause of his issues with the GPU, his Windows install is somewhat clean and he uninstalled his previous driver before installing the driver for the GTX 1050.

 

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GPU: Asus GTX 1050 2GB (PH-GTX1050-2G)

PSU: BlueCase 500w Blu 500R-B (Brazillian brand psu)

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start by running DDU and reinstalling the freshest drivers

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Might be overheating?

Resetting the BIOS might help if he didn't already.

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3 minutes ago, TooUnskilled said:

Might be overheating?

Resetting the BIOS might help if he didn't already.

Idle temps are around 36 Degrees celsius, and while loading GTA V the temps are at 40C before the PC shuts down.

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14 minutes ago, BugadinhoGamers said:

My friend recently bought a Nvidia GTX 1050 and every time he tries to run a game like Portal 2 or GTA V the game opens and the PC shuts down, the seller he bought it from said he needed to format his PC, but i don't think that is the cause of his issues with the GPU, his Windows install is somewhat clean and he uninstalled his previous driver before installing the driver for the GTX 1050.

 

MOBO: MSI H81-E33

CPU: Pentium G3220 (he doesnt care too much for bottlenecking)

RAM: 8GB (2x4gb) DDR3

GPU: Asus GTX 1050 2GB (PH-GTX1050-2G)

PSU: BlueCase 500w Blu 500R-B (Brazillian brand psu)

Sounds to me like the card is not seated correctly if its not a bad card. 

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The PSU is beyond bad. Even for a low power rig. There is no way to know if a transient load may trigger an overcurrent protection (asuming it has any in the first place).

 

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20 minutes ago, Tristerin said:

Sounds to me like the card is not seated correctly if its not a bad card. 

Reseated the GPU and the issue is still present

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19 minutes ago, faziten said:

The PSU is beyond bad. Even for a low power rig. There is no way to know if a transient load may trigger an overcurrent protection (asuming it has any in the first place).

 

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That is very likely, but we are testing some other stuff just to be absolutely sure

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Just now, BugadinhoGamers said:

Reseated the GPU and the issue is still present

Try another PSU.  It sounds like as said above, something is tripping the protection circuits on the PSU for the shutdown.  I had this issue and it was the GPU's voltage module causing spikes.  

 

I'd RMA the GPU if it does it with another PSU.

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44 minutes ago, Bananasplit_00 said:

start by running DDU and reinstalling the freshest drivers

Did it and it didnt solve it

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4 minutes ago, jstudrawa said:

Try another PSU.  It sounds like as said above, something is tripping the protection circuits on the PSU for the shutdown.  I had this issue and it was the GPU's voltage module causing spikes.  

 

I'd RMA the GPU if it does it with another PSU.

We dont have another PSU to try it.

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Just now, BugadinhoGamers said:

We dont have another PSU to try it.

Buy one, return it within 30 days.

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Go into Event Viewer and look in the Warning, Critical and Error lists.

 

There's a decent chance it'll show you what's happening.

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