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i posted of this a few weeks ago but the issue was not resolved. what happens is i will be playing a game and it will freeze and either stay frozen until i turn of my pc or it will crash to desktop. occasionally when i open sea of thieves it will say something among the lines of out dated drivers. when I check GeForce Experience it says everything is up to date. Minecraft freezes and says exit code one in the launcher. I have already tried reinstalling the drivers and that worked for a few days then it started again. what can I do to fix this

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Just to make it easier for us to help you, it would be great if you posted what hardware you are running

CPU: 2x E5620 - GPU: 2x GTX660 - RAM: 64gb DDR3 ECC - Mobo: Z800 OEM - Storage:1TB WD Green - 256gb - Micron C400 250gb - 850 EVO - 512gb 850 PRO
Monitors: 3x HP ZR2440W - Keyboard: G710 MX Blue - Mouse: MX Master

Keep up the good tone and stay classyxD

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Yea details my friend
 Need:
Pc Specs
Build date roughly
OS install date roughtly

Tempature of compenant when gaming idealy just before a crash

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2 minutes ago, pebble guy said:

Just to make it easier for us to help you, it would be great if you posted what hardware you are running

ok 

cpu- Ryzen 5600x

mobo- gigabyte b550 arorus elite v2

gpu- evga 1660 sc ultra (until i can buy a RTX 3060)

memory- g.skill ripjaws v ddr4 3600 cl 16

storage- inland professional 1TB

psu- evga 650 bq

case- lian li lancool 215 mesh

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2 minutes ago, Useless Soveriegn said:

Yea details my friend
 Need:
Pc Specs
Build date roughly
OS install date roughtly

Tempature of compenant when gaming idealy just before a crash

built 3-4 weeks ago OS at the same time

temps- cpu around 75-85c (im using stock cooler) and gpu 50-65c

 

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4 minutes ago, Useless Soveriegn said:

Did you do your bios update?

i had micro center do it for me

 

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I'd verify their work but to be sure, cant hurt just to be sure.

What your case fan lay out?
like im currently running a 5600x with stock cooler and 4 case fans, (3 pull 1 push) and i havent seen it go about 70ish

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1 minute ago, Useless Soveriegn said:

I'd verify their work but to be sure, cant hurt just to be sure.

What your case fan lay out?
like im currently running a 5600x with stock cooler and 4 case fans, (3 pull 1 push) and i havent seen it go about 70ish

what do you mean by verify their work? and the case comes with 2 200mm fans in the front(as intake) and one 120 in the back as exhaust 

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Check your bios version against the last available. If the version match they did their job, if they dont match they didnt do their job and you'll wanna update it yourself. Its a very easy process on your board as you have a flash bios button mean all you gotta do is put the bios file onto a usb plug into the flash bios usb slot on the back of your mobo and then hit the button (google search your mobo maker instruction here for full details)

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Sorry fan question was from other thread got confused

 

assuming your bios is update this is what i'd do next


Reseat Everything, take out cpu/gpu/ram ect
Update window
update driver
Test games
If that doesnt imporve matters


Clean OS install ( if your carried you old drive to your next system and just kept the os that was on the drive from the old systems it very well might be casuing problems)
Update window
update driver
test again.

If things are still bad at this stage, I'd start verifiy each piece of the rig. To do this put your compenants (cpu gpu ram ect) into a system you know to be working one at a time and see if the behavour pop up

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9 minutes ago, Useless Soveriegn said:

Check your bios version against the last available. If the version match they did their job, if they dont match they didnt do their job and you'll wanna update it yourself. Its a very easy process on your board as you have a flash bios button mean all you gotta do is put the bios file onto a usb plug into the flash bios usb slot on the back of your mobo and then hit the button (google search your mobo maker instruction here for full details)

i just checked and they installed the latest version

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Oh just a thought, did mirco centre overclock for you?
it might be worth clearing cmos encase they set settings that are casueing issues

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Google your own board for more specific directions

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ok i didnt ask them to OC it for me but could i check if they did? also you said above take out cpu/gpu/ram. so  just take out the hardware and put it back in? sorry for all the questions this is my first pc build

 

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