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My PC crashes while gaming for like 3 minutes

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2 minutes ago, Twilight said:

i asked around for you and that BSOD indicates a driver issue. try to reinstall the drivers.

Well I performed a new windows a installation, which means I I installed new drivers and still the issue is still there. But that was before yesterday when I uninstalled the PSU, to uninstall the PSU I had to remove everything (I intended to uninstall everything in my PC even my CPU) and the issue isn't there till now.

 

So while gaming my windows keeps crashing with the stop code "Critical process died". I tried installing a new windows and it didn't get fixed, I tried removing my CPU overclock and it still didn't get fixed, I tried switching between 3 different AMD GPU drivers and it didn't get fixed and finally I installed new chipset drivers for my Ryzen CPU and still, it wouldn't get fixed. At the moment I tried grand theft auto v and rainbow six siege and I receive the same error. 

My PC:

Motherboard: ASUS B450M TUF Gaming Plus

GPU-Gigabyte AORUS RX 5700XT

CPU-Ryzen 5 2600X@ stock speed

Memory-Cosrair Vengeance RGB PRO@3200MHz

Please help me as this issue is this issue is extremely annoying.

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Look at the CPU processes. If it's maxed out at even being on idle or something like that means that you have cooling problems or something like that.

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Just now, vidyasager162 said:

Look at the CPU processes. If it's maxed out at even being on idle or something like that means that you have cooling problems or something like that.

Mostly this happens if the CPU is either dead or having some problems.

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5 minutes ago, vidyasager162 said:

Look at the CPU processes. If it's maxed out at even being on idle or something like that means that you have cooling problems or something like that.

Do you mean these?

 

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what psu do you have?

 

what are temperatures like? can you monitor and report those?

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Just now, Twilight said:

what psu do you have?

 

what are temperatures like? can you monitor and report those?

I monitored my temperatures for both my CPU and GPU and they're pretty normal

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2 minutes ago, Twilight said:

what psu do you have?

I have a 500W psu, but I monitored my GPU and CPU power draw and their sum was like 250 watts.

 

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Just now, Yahia Mohamed said:

I have a 500W psu

what exact one 🤦‍♂️

 

1 minute ago, Yahia Mohamed said:

I monitored my temperatures for both my CPU and GPU and they're pretty normal

define pretty normal

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Just now, Yahia Mohamed said:

I have a 500W psu

 

 

Just now, Twilight said:

what exact one 🤦‍♂️

 

define pretty normal

CPU 35 to 45 while idle and 50-60 degrees under load with cooler master hyper 212 cooler

GPU- 40 while idle and 85 under load

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1 minute ago, Twilight said:

what exact one 🤦‍♂️

It comes with the Cougar MX350 case, lemme search for it.

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4 minutes ago, Yahia Mohamed said:

CPU 35 to 45 while idle and 50-60 degrees under load with cooler master hyper 212 cooler

GPU- 40 while idle and 85 under load

that's kinda normal.

 

also can i give you a tip, don't use Opera GX, switch to Firefox instead. much better xD

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2 minutes ago, Twilight said:

that's kinda normal.

 

also can i give you a tip, don't use Opera GX, switch to Firefox instead. much better

Thanks for the tip.

Forgot to mention that 85 degrees is the maximum temp my GPU ever hit, that is while playing the witcher 3.

Anyways what about my problem?

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1 minute ago, Yahia Mohamed said:

Anyways what about my problem?

i don't knwo until i have the psu model.

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4 minutes ago, Twilight said:

i don't knwo until i have the psu model.

Alright am searching.

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I fixed it... I fixed it just by switching the positions of the PCI-E GPU power cables! My GPU needs 2x8 PCI-E connectors and I just switched them and the issue has been resolved!

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On 4/29/2020 at 8:30 PM, Twilight said:

i don't knwo until i have the psu model.

The problem persisted, anyways I uninstalled my PSU to show you it. Here is it. I couldn't find it on the internet so I got it out of my PC. Sorry,I thought my PSU was 500W

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that psu is bad but it's not crappy enough to cause bluescreens... try to update your drivers.

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Your GPU may be a problem too. I had once card that has problem with memory and bsod on every computer - on YouTube, games etc. No matter Windows or Linux.

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18 hours ago, Twilight said:

that psu is bad but it's not crappy enough to cause bluescreens... try to update your drivers.

I am using the latest drivers for everything already

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5 hours ago, homeap5 said:

Your GPU may be a problem too. I had once card that has problem with memory and bsod on every computer - on YouTube, games etc. No matter Windows or Linux.

Once I bought it, the GPU was working fine.

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16 minutes ago, Yahia Mohamed said:

 

I am using the latest drivers for everything already

i asked around for you and that BSOD indicates a driver issue. try to reinstall the drivers.

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2 minutes ago, Twilight said:

i asked around for you and that BSOD indicates a driver issue. try to reinstall the drivers.

Well I performed a new windows a installation, which means I I installed new drivers and still the issue is still there. But that was before yesterday when I uninstalled the PSU, to uninstall the PSU I had to remove everything (I intended to uninstall everything in my PC even my CPU) and the issue isn't there till now.

 

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