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PC freeze for a split second ingame and mobo leds turn off for splitsecond

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Hello! I experience game freeze and when it freeze the mobo leds go off for a split second (like quick blink). Any idea what can cause this?

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1 minute ago, Devastion_ said:

Hello! I experience game freeze and when it freeze the mobo leds go off for a split second (like quick blink). Any idea what can cause this?

This seems like a power delivery issue, maybe it's your Power Supply, is there a way that I could find out what power supply you use?

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5 minutes ago, Devastion_ said:

Hello! I experience game freeze and when it freeze the mobo leds go off for a split second (like quick blink). Any idea what can cause this?

 

2 minutes ago, Aprilfooldude said:

This seems like a power delivery issue.

What are the specs of your PC?

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Just now, Aprilfooldude said:

This seems like a power delivery issue, maybe it's your Power Supply, is there a way that I could find out what power supply you use?

seasonic focus plus 650W gold

980 ti zotac amp extreme

ryzen 5 2600

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3 minutes ago, Devastion_ said:

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It's the power supply then. In total the graphics card and cpu consume 628 watts max.

That plus the motherboard and whatever else is in your pc probably goes over 650w during load.

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4 minutes ago, MyName0602 said:

It's the power supply then. In total the graphics card and cpu consume 628 watts max.

That plus the motherboard and whatever else is in your pc probably goes over 650w during load.

mb its 750 w

mobo is Gigabyte B450 Aorus Pro

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1 minute ago, Devastion_ said:

mb its 750 w

mobo is Gigabyte B450 Aorus Pro

Then forget what I said. It's not the psu.

 

11 minutes ago, Aprilfooldude said:

Would you happen to have your PC plugged into a power strip?

 

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1 minute ago, Devastion_ said:

mb its 750 w

mobo is Gigabyte B450 Aorus Pro

get a better power supply, your hardware is exceeding the limit of the PSU, I reccomend getting an 800-850w to not only cover your current config but also leave room.

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2 minutes ago, MyName0602 said:

Then forget what I said. It's not the psu.

 

 

yes its in power strip

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1 minute ago, Devastion_ said:

yes its in power strip

What other devices do you have in the strip?

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5 minutes ago, Aprilfooldude said:

What other devices do you have in the strip?

monitor, speakers, phone charger, 2 routers well 6 things are plugged in xD

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Just now, Devastion_ said:

monitor, speakers, phone charger, 2 routers well 6 things are plugged in xD

Try keeping the PC directly in a wall outlet, I believe you're drawing too much power and it's starving your PSU

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26 minutes ago, MyName0602 said:

It's the power supply then. In total the graphics card and cpu consume 628 watts max.

That plus the motherboard and whatever else is in your pc probably goes over 650w during load.

what do you mean the gpu and cpu consume "628 watts," considering we are both looking at a ryzen 5 2600 and a 980 ti combo

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51 minutes ago, MyName0602 said:

It's the power supply then. In total the graphics card and cpu consume 628 watts max.

That plus the motherboard and whatever else is in your pc probably goes over 650w during load.

 

40 minutes ago, Aprilfooldude said:

get a better power supply, your hardware is exceeding the limit of the PSU, I reccomend getting an 800-850w to not only cover your current config but also leave room.

 

The system is pulling NOWHERE close to 600W -- even from the wall socket.

Even a complete system with Ryzen 2600 + GTX 1080 is pulling under 400W.

 

https://www.guru3d.com/articles_pages/amd_ryzen_5_2600x_review,7.html

index.php?ct=articles&action=file&id=398

 

http://www.legitreviews.com/amd-ryzen-5-2600x-processor-review_204958/8

2600x-power-645x528.png

 

 

I run a 2x R9-Fury Crossfire setup and an overclocked i7-6800K on the Intel X99 platform, and I pull under 700W from the wall socket.

 

 

@Devastion_

What make and model power supply do you have?

What other electronics / devices are connected to your power strip?

Is the wall socket fully occupied?

 

You can be overloading the power strip and/or the wall socket.

This is especially true if you have something like your... PC + monitor + printer + room lights, etc, all connected to the same power strip.

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seasonic focus g gold 750w

2x routers

monitor

speakers

phone charger

pc

no there are 2 wall sockets only 1 used for the power strip

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2 minutes ago, Devastion_ said:

seasonic focus g gold 750w

2x routers

monitor

speakers

phone charger

pc

no there are 2 wall sockets only 1 used for the power strip

 

Is the second socket used up by anything else?

 

What about the other wall socket(s) in the room?

I am asking this because sockets within a given room after often connected/wired together.

Too much load, and the electrical starts to act funny.

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20 minutes ago, Devastion_ said:

no the 2nd is not used. I have 1 AC and 1 TV aswell. @-rascal-

 

When your game freezes, and the motherboard light blinks, is our AC and/or TV on as well?

At this point, I am thinking the problem is the power strip -- but CAN be also a defective power supply, or unstable power coming from the wall socket.

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21 minutes ago, -rascal- said:

 

When your game freezes, and the motherboard light blinks, is our AC and/or TV on as well?

At this point, I am thinking the problem is the power strip -- but CAN be also a defective power supply, or unstable power coming from the wall socket.

TV and AC are turned most of the time. How can I say if it is defective psu?

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1 hour ago, Devastion_ said:

TV and AC are turned most of the time. How can I say if it is defective psu?

 

You'll need to test the PSU in another system, or use another PSU in YOUR system.

SeaSonic Focus Plus Gold is a top-tier PSU, but one or two bad ones can slip through the assembly lines.

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I've connected it directly to the wall, but still freeze for a split second. I can't test the PSU, so idk what to do. I think I have to live with it.

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UPDATE! Uninstalling RGB Fusion seems to fix the issue. I've read other people complaining. You pay crazy money in this crazy PC industry to get this not properly working stuff. Great!

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980ti, what a space heater

With Great Power, Comes a Great Electricity Bill

 

 

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