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Computer restarting when loading up games

When I open games such as apex valorant etc my computer keeps restarting when loading in. I got it to run vanguard by disabling the virus protection but it’s still happening with other games? Can someone shoot me some info on how to stop this please. 
 

windows 10 64

850w Corsair gold 

ryzen 7 5800x

X570 asus tuf mobo

3060 gpu oc gigabyte 

H150 Corsair aio cooler

updated bios to current 

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12 minutes ago, KingTdiGGiTTy said:

How are your Graphics drivers?

Everything is new, just opened the box 

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Just now, SirDepth said:

Everything is new, just opened the box 

Did you install your graphics drivers? are they up to date?

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Yeah I updated them as soon as I turned on the computer. Like a few days ago I’ll double check them but I’m sure they’re up to date 

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Try running DDU and install an older driver. Might be a bug in the newest one.

 

You can also run MSI Afterburner and underclock a little bit. If that works you received a dead GPU and have to RMA it, but honestly since it's Gigabyte I would use the return period instead of RMA as their support can be a bit meh. Only if you're 100% sure it's GPU and not something else ofc.

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19 minutes ago, Pixelfie said:

Try running DDU and install an older driver. Might be a bug in the newest one.

 

You can also run MSI Afterburner and underclock a little bit. If that works you received a dead GPU and have to RMA it, but honestly since it's Gigabyte I would use the return period instead of RMA as their support can be a bit meh. Only if you're 100% sure it's GPU and not something else ofc.

I’ll check into it thank you 

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Redownloaded the drivers completely and made sure the gpu was seated and I’m still having the issue. 

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After going round and round I found that I needed to update my bios, my graphics drivers, and my windows. Thank you all for the help. 

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