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PC crashes after mining

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I’ve been mining XMR with my gaming rig for a while now with minergate but lately it’s been causing my CPU is always crashing, so I reboot and my OC gets rollbacked to stock mine again and still crashes I try again this time turning cpu mining off and it still happens. Is there a way I can fix this because it is getting quite annoying?

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Did you overclock your gpu or cpu? What psu are you using and how many watts?

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On 11/11/2018 at 10:05 AM, 6thOntheLeft said:

Did you overclock your gpu or cpu? What psu are you using and how many watts?

The cpu, and I’m using a 350 watt psu from EVGA hasn’t gave me any problems while mining until now

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What's your GPU?

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Your power supply is probably the reason for these crashes,

I see (from your other posts) that you have an R5 1400 overclocked to 3.75 ghz and an RX580 4GB alongside 8GB of RAM... Putting these parts alongside a HDD and no other components in a PSU calculator will tell you that the load wattage required for your system is about 400-450 watts, and you only have a 350 watt PSU...

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