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PC restarting randomly after gpu change

So my inno3d rtx 3070 came in today and i installed it but while playing apex legends my pc just shutsdown and restarts, any idea how to fix this?

cpu : ryzen 5 2600 / stock cooler

mobo: msi x470 gaming plus

psu: corsair rm 650w

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5 minutes ago, dragonBEL said:

cpu around 60C and gpu max 58C

Your gpu in game is max at 58?

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4 minutes ago, Slottr said:

Your gpu in game is max at 58?

it was while playing apex currently running furmark at max 68C

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3 minutes ago, dragonBEL said:

it was while playing apex currently running furmark at max 68C

I might be inclined to blame your power supply then

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Just now, Slottr said:

I might be inclined to blame your power supply then

it is working good now almost 10min into furmark at almost 100% gpu usage, is there a correct way to delete drivers or just go to device management and delete them?

 

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Just now, dragonBEL said:

it is working good now almost 10min into furmark at almost 100% gpu usage, is there a correct way to delete drivers or just go to device management and delete them?

 

You can try.

 

Use DDU to do this

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Just now, Slottr said:

You can try.

 

Use DDU to do this

okay i will try DDU, is it easy to do?

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3 minutes ago, dragonBEL said:

okay i will try DDU, is it easy to do?

Yep. Just follow the instructions

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12 minutes ago, Slottr said:

Yep. Just follow the instructions

alright the DDU is done, say if the issue returns what would be the problem?

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I think Soltr was on the right path and maybe your PSU isn't up to snuff?

https://www.tomshardware.com/news/nvidias-rtx-3000-power-supply-requirements-PSU-shortage-2020

 

According to that site you need a 650w PSU with Ryzen 5 + 3070 so you're at the recommended specs but something to consider.

Also maybe any GPU Software may be causing crashes? I was using the GPU Tweak II with my ASUS Tuf 3080 and when the software crashed it would randomly disconnected my GPU and once it forced a reset. My PSU is an 850w so didn't think it was that, disabled the software from running and been stable since.



 

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1 hour ago, Zeet said:

I think Soltr was on the right path and maybe your PSU isn't up to snuff?

https://www.tomshardware.com/news/nvidias-rtx-3000-power-supply-requirements-PSU-shortage-2020

 

According to that site you need a 650w PSU with Ryzen 5 + 3070 so you're at the recommended specs but something to consider.

Also maybe any GPU Software may be causing crashes? I was using the GPU Tweak II with my ASUS Tuf 3080 and when the software crashed it would randomly disconnected my GPU and once it forced a reset. My PSU is an 850w so didn't think it was that, disabled the software from running and been stable since.



 

any chance on how i could measure if it is the psu?

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