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PC freezes and restarts by itself while playing

Sytnathon
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6 minutes ago, Sytnathon said:

Oh damn, it could absolutely be your power supply.. The Elementum E2 is not a very good PSU and under the PSU tier list its listed under AVOID!
That PSU is shady at best and now the kernel-power crashes makes more sense.聽 I could obviously be something else but its definitely pointing towards the PSU.

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It started happening after changing from HDD to Nvme SSD (kingston kc3000)
I have even checked temperature during games and it looked fine.
all of the bluescreens/unwanted reebots happened in CS:GO and Valorant.

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21 minutes ago, Sytnathon said:

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It started happening after changing from HDD to Nvme SSD (kingston c3000)
I have even checked temperature during games and it looked fine.
all of the bluescreens/unwanted reebots happened in CS:GO and Valorant.

is the temperature on the C3000 looking good? Is it being cooled properly?

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10 minutes ago, Hinjima said:

is the temperature on the C3000 looking good? Is it being cooled properly?

it is in the nvme slot under graphics card and covered by the heatsink
i played csgo and temperature was under 40degrees celsius
Also might this help?
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i did an scan in cmd and apparently i had some corrupt files

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3 minutes ago, Sytnathon said:

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i did an scan in cmd and apparently i had some corrupt files

Hopefully that helped!

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2 minutes ago, Hinjima said:

Hopefully that helped!

I dont have high hopes but i can play some games, check temperatures and see if it crashes again.
Thanks for trying to help tho!

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50 minutes ago, Sytnathon said:

I dont have high hopes but i can play some games, check temperatures and see if it crashes again.
Thanks for trying to help tho!

Yeah you might have to run a normal system repair on boot rather than through a cmd if some files were corrupt. If it doesn't work, let us know and we'll continue to work on it until its solved 馃檪

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12 hours ago, Hinjima said:

Yeah you might have to run a normal system repair on boot rather than through a cmd if some files were corrupt. If it doesn't work, let us know and we'll continue to work on it until its solved 馃檪

The sudden bluescreens still happen when playing games
im starting to think that this is a hardware problem...

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14 hours ago, Hinjima said:

Yeah you might have to run a normal system repair on boot rather than through a cmd if some files were corrupt. If it doesn't work, let us know and we'll continue to work on it until its solved 馃檪

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remmember it happens only after playing games for longer time
so its probably powersupply problem
if i wanted to just play around in blender or browse then it still works without any crashes

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2 hours ago, Sytnathon said:

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remmember it happens only after playing games for longer time
so its probably powersupply problem
if i wanted to just play around in blender or browse then it still works without any crashes

Can you list your PC specs?

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1 hour ago, Hinjima said:

Can you list your PC specs?

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Just now, Sytnathon said:

DeepCool CC560 Black聽 case
ASUS tuff gaming b550m-e mobo
ryzen 5 5600x cpu
gtx1660super gpu
1TB WD
1TB SSD kingston kc3000
Elemtum E2 550W

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6 minutes ago, Sytnathon said:

Oh damn, it could absolutely be your power supply.. The Elementum E2 is not a very good PSU and under the PSU tier list its listed under AVOID!
That PSU is shady at best and now the kernel-power crashes makes more sense.聽 I could obviously be something else but its definitely pointing towards the PSU.

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8 minutes ago, Hinjima said:

Oh damn, it could absolutely be your power supply.. The Elementum E2 is not a very good PSU and under the PSU tier list its listed under AVOID!
That PSU is shady at best and now the kernel-power crashes makes more sense.聽 I could obviously be something else but its definitely pointing towards the PSU.

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i thought of getting聽GIGABYTE UD850GM
or聽GIGABYTE P1000GM psu but if you have better one then you can tell me
I can still use pc but it wont play games much just for watching videos until i get new psu.
Thanks for helping out.
Its deff psu cause i could even smell the problem...

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52 minutes ago, Sytnathon said:

i thought of getting聽GIGABYTE UD850GM
or聽GIGABYTE P1000GM psu but if you have better one then you can tell me
I can still use pc but it wont play games much just for watching videos until i get new psu.
Thanks for helping out.
Its deff psu cause i could even smell the problem...

If you could smell the problem I would highly suggest to not use the PC either way, it can damage your parts if it fails.聽 I personally really like the RM750x / RM850x from Corsair, very good quality and 10 year warranty.聽 When changing PSU you must NOT use the cables from your old PSU with the new one, you must change all the cables.

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1 hour ago, Hinjima said:

If you could smell the problem I would highly suggest to not use the PC either way, it can damage your parts if it fails.聽 I personally really like the RM750x / RM850x from Corsair, very good quality and 10 year warranty.聽 When changing PSU you must NOT use the cables from your old PSU with the new one, you must change all the cables.

would be something like聽Corsair RM850e be fine?聽
i cant afford to buy 160 euro psu right now.

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26 minutes ago, Sytnathon said:

would be something like聽Corsair RM850e be fine?聽
i cant afford to buy 160 euro psu right now.

Yes, the RM850e is an excellent PSU as well.聽 An 850w is overkill for your system however, you could go 650w as well but it gives you less room for future upgrades.聽 An 850w or 750w with 7 year warranty will be with you a long time. the RM850e is nice.聽

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