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My brand new 4070 is reseting my PC every time when I run a game or benchmark

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5800X3D - HYPER 212 EVO CoolerMaster
RTX 4070 Windforce 12GB
PSU Cooler Master 750w MasterWatt
ASUS B450-F Gaming Strix
16 GB @ 3200Mhz ( 2 x 8GB Crucial Ballistix)

 

 

Hi everyone,

Last week I got my new 4070, did some tests this weekend and decided to do a little undervolt to keep temps and power consumption down (I followed this video). It worked absolutely fine, I gamed Cyberpunk smoothly yesterday.

However, for unknown reasons, when I tried to play again today the PC justs reboots instatly.

Tried playing: Cyberpunk, Starfield, Heaven Benchmark... essentially anything that "uses" the GPU just reboots the PC!

I've already tried DDU, reseting any configurations of afterburner (with and without undervolting), and nothing works.

Did I do something stupid? I just set the curve to 900v and 2550mhz

 

r/pcmasterrace - HELP! My brand new 4070 is reseting my PC every time when I run a game or benchmark

Here's a picture from my Afterburner idle clocks (WITHOUT ANY UNDERVOLTING), it seems to me the GPU is running really low?! Sometimes it spikes the MHz to the normal settings but it keeps rebooting anyway.

 

r/pcmasterrace - HELP! My brand new 4070 is reseting my PC every time when I run a game or benchmark

Thanks for the help

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My pc

5800X3D com HYPER 212 EVO CoolerMaster
RTX 4070 Windforce 12GB
Fonte Cooler Master 750w MasterWatt
ASUS B450-F Gaming Strix
16 GB a 3200 MHz (2 x 8 GB Crucial Ballistix)

 

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Doesn't sound like you did anything crazy.

 

Check Event Viewer first to see if it can tell us anything about why the computer is crashing.

  1. Open Event Viewer
  2. Go to the logs as follows and sort by Level to get the red errors and critical stuff at the top
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  3. Then read them to figure out why the computer is doing what it's doing.
  4. Post back here with what you learn! 

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