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PC SHUTTING DOWN When opening games

Hey guys i recently bought my very own Vega 64 Asus Strix edition. After installing all the drivers and updating them My pc keeps on shutting down only when I open games. For example I open pubg it loads for a moment then the pc shuts down and opens again. Same for other games like cs go. I got to the loading screen but when the map loads the Pc shuts down. I tried undervolatinf to -50% but still no luck.

 

My specs are

I5-8600k

Z370 aorus gaming 7

8gb gskill vengeance 2400

Vega 64  strix edition

Id cooling auro flow rgb 240

M.2 ssd sx6000 adata

Firecuda 1tb

Seagate 1tb

Thermaltake lite power 650w

 

Anyhelp would be appreciated

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not sure if this will matter but did you delete the old drivers first? use a program like DDU to wipe the drivers then reinstall the needed ones.

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Seems like something with the power supply. Try to hit the GPU with a load (MSI Kombustor should do the trick) and see what happens. If that does not crash, use the CPU burner at the same time and see if that’s causing the computer to shut down.

 CPU: I9-7900X RAM: 64GB (16X4) DDR4-2933 GPU: PNY RTX 2060 MOBO: ASUS X299 Deluxe PSU: Corsair RM850 SSD: ADATA XPG SX8200 PRO 1TB HDD: Seagate Barracuda 2TB Case: Corsair iCUE 465X Cooler: Corsair 280 AIO

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1 minute ago, shmoochie said:

not sure if this will matter but did you delete the old drivers first? use a program like DDU to wipe the drivers then reinstall the needed ones.

I already deleted the old drivers months ago. As of now im using my pc without my gpu. (Intel UHD 630) and when I open games it doesnt shut down just have bad frames.

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7 minutes ago, Gikinosaji said:

Could it be my powersupply is not enough?

 

your PSU should be fine for the set up.

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Is your GPU overclocked? if so, try reseting it. if not, try underclocking it.

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Aye the PSU 'should' be fine. But do what has been sugested and put a synthetic load on ur system , CPU 1st, then GPU, then both.

 

Also make doubly sure youh ave it all wired up correctly

CPU: Intel i7 3930k w/OC & EK Supremacy EVO Block | Motherboard: Asus P9x79 Pro  | RAM: G.Skill 4x4 1866 CL9 | PSU: Seasonic Platinum 1000w Corsair RM 750w Gold (2021)|

VDU: Panasonic 42" Plasma | GPU: Gigabyte 1080ti Gaming OC & Barrow Block | Sound: Asus Xonar D2X - Z5500 -FiiO X3K DAP/DAC - ATH-M50S | Case: Phantek Enthoo Primo White |

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Just now, Dubious Gaming: bl4z3 said:

Is your GPU overclocked? if so, try reseting it. if not, try underclocking it.

It comes overclocked out of the box. I tried undervolting in and still no luck :(

 

heres a video of it shutting down unexpectedly.

dont mind what im saying i was suppose to record the fan noise then the pc turned off

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Must be the PSU. is that getting noticble hot?

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Run a bench mark for sure.

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get kombuster. it moniters your gpu while it benchmarks.

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On Asus website they recommend 750w power for Vega 64 Strix.

And one thing that may cause problems with PSU is overloading one of the power rails. Even if the PSU has 650w output its combined power of all power rails.

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1 minute ago, Rusted said:

On Asus website they recommend 750w power for Vega 64 Strix.

And one thing that may cause problems with PSU is overloading one of the power rails. Even if the PSU has 650w output its combined power of all power rails.

yeah try to use a diffrent rail.

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1 minute ago, Rusted said:

On Asus website they recommend 750w power for Vega 64 Strix.

And one thing that may cause problems with PSU is overloading one of the power rails. Even if the PSU has 650w output its combined power of all power rails.

Damn So i should get a new psu? 

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Just now, Gikinosaji said:

Damn So i should get a new psu? 

bench mark your GPU first

 

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Btw these are the cables im attaching to the gpu. Its correct right?

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in your first pic, did u even have the GPU in? the extension covers are still in.

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7 minutes ago, Dubious Gaming: bl4z3 said:

yeah try to use a diffrent rail.

What do you mean a different rail? Sorry noob question :(

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2 minutes ago, Gikinosaji said:

What do you mean a different rail? Sorry noob question :(

try a diffrent PCI-e power cable from your PSU. use no extensions, spliters, joiners.

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1 minute ago, Dubious Gaming: bl4z3 said:

in your first pic, did u even have the GPU in? the extension covers are still in.

Its in bro

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Just now, Dubious Gaming: bl4z3 said:

try a diffrent PCI-e power cable. use no extensions, spliters, joiners.

These 2   6+2 pin connectors are all my psu have 

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Just now, Gikinosaji said:

Its in bro

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i know that its just your first pic, your case covers(idk what there called), one was still in.

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How is your PSU?

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If possible try different PSU, either borrow one from a friend or try your card on other computer.

After quick look on google, hardocp has a test on Strix vega 64 and on their system the max wattage on stock card is 490w.

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