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My computer shutdown and restart after upgrade to i5 3570k

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March 14, 2013 7:40:49 AM

hi all, i need a little help here, Whenever I play any graphic intense game, my computer suddenly shutdown and then restart by it self with no blue screen, The problems doesnt occur in low graphics game or while using computer for office work or browsing even when being used for hours, This has never happened before until upgrade to i5 3570k from i3 2120, the temp seems normal, happened when i use virtu mvp or not
My Spec:

i5 3570k ( base clock, with stock cooler )
Intel HD 4000 ( Multi GPU with Virtu Mvp )
Asrock H77 Pro4/MVP
MSI HD7770 power edition ( base clock )
Gskill 8GB GBNT
WDC 500Gb
Silverstone ST500ES
3 Silverstone fan Fm121
2 Coolermaster fan 12cm

i when to the builder today and they cannot found anyproblem with my hardware, im really frustrate, anyone have similiar problem like me?
what its all about? my PSU not enough power? overheating CPU? or what?
please help me...... :-(
im sorry for my bad english
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March 14, 2013 7:50:33 AM

I would run GPU-z and log your gpu temps and something to monitor the CPU temps. If neither of those are overheating, it's something else, but heat can usually cause it. You need to log and monitor the temps in the games tht do it though.
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March 14, 2013 8:05:31 AM

For a random reboot I would suspect the power supply or the Ram. Ram being the easy one to test pull out one stick and try again then flip them around if still happens. If it happens with both then power supply time..

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Most of the time ram and temp issues will cause a blue screen that is why I doubt it is either of these. With the power supply if the droop gets to low it will just restart not giving the OS enough time to even think about a blue screen.
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March 14, 2013 8:14:15 AM

getochkn said:
I would run GPU-z and log your gpu temps and something to monitor the CPU temps. If neither of those are overheating, it's something else, but heat can usually cause it. You need to log and monitor the temps in the games tht do it though.


thently said:
For a random reboot I would suspect the power supply or the Ram. Ram being the easy one to test pull out one stick and try again then flip them around if still happens. If it happens with both then power supply time..

Thent

Most of the time ram and temp issues will cause a blue screen that is why I doubt it is either of these. With the power supply if the droop gets to low it will just restart not giving the OS enough time to even think about a blue screen.


its not a restart, shut down and then turn on and enter to black screen ( your computer not shutdown properly with option, safe mode and normaly ), my builder already clean and flip the ram
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March 15, 2013 6:15:15 AM

solveeeeeeee................... its a power supply problem, get rma and change to Seasonic G 550, thank you guys
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