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Borat

If I test my gpu with possible powerissues in another system, can it damage that system?

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what are your system specs?

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Jak sie masz, Borat,

 

What kind of power issues? If outputs in overvoltage, yes, although I never seen a CPU with such problems. If it was burned by power issues, it may ruin the motherboard and / or memory as well.

 

If you are simply not getting enough power (i.e. randomly shuts down), you should be fine, but the only thing you may need to test is changing the PSU to a better / more powerful one.

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1 minute ago, bejamartins said:

Jak sie masz, Borat,

 

What kind of power issues? If outputs in overvoltage, yes, although I never seen a CPU with such problems. If it was burned by power issues, it may ruin the motherboard and / or memory as well.

 

If you are simply not getting enough power (i.e. randomly shuts down), you should be fine, but the only thing you may need to test is changing the PSU to a better / more powerful one.

520 W should be more than enough for my system, *gpu* shut down after taking too much power it seems

 

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probably faulty psu, test your gpu in another system if your pc isn't damaged.

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7 minutes ago, Borat said:

520 W should be more than enough for my system, *gpu* shut down after taking too much power it seems

 

Should but not necessarily is. I built my sister a PC with an A10 a few years back and even tried different graphics cards, but only when I upgraded to 650W, I managed to stabilize my system.

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2 hours ago, Wormhole said:

probably faulty psu, test your gpu in another system if your pc isn't damaged.

it seemed to be the gpu, the card shut down my friends pc completely as well( still works) thanks for your help tho :)

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