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January 21, 2014 1:20:22 PM

hi guys i have a pc with the following specs:
DH55TC motherboard
4g ram 1333
intel i3 540 3.07
zotac gt640 2 g
huntkey ps

whenever i play games on this pc the the screen goes black and the game crashes after 10-15 minutes of playing and it happens with almost all games
also take alook at this temp and voltage
https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-KzL8zqIW7PM/Ut7rEJob...

i updated the bios,,drivers,,and everything similar and the problem keep coming and its so annoying i hope u guys know pleaaaase Help me >>>thx

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January 21, 2014 1:23:55 PM

with msi afterburner turn the gpu fan up..see if you can hear it spin up. if it spins up set a profile to max the gpu fan out at 50/60c. if it not heat then your having power issues with a weak or low wattage power supply.
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January 21, 2014 1:25:58 PM

Before going to black page, does your computer lag? i mean have you noticed any performance reduction in comparison your normal past system?
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January 21, 2014 1:28:16 PM

JanTemplar said:
Before going to black page, does your computer lag? i mean have you noticed any performance reduction in comparison your normal past system?


no .. i mean it lags before the crash about 2 seconds and the pc runs smoothly not any lag even during the gameplay before the crash it doesnt lag
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January 21, 2014 1:29:06 PM

JanTemplar said:
Before going to black page, does your computer lag? i mean have you noticed any performance reduction in comparison your normal past system?


no .. i mean it lags before the crash about 2 seconds and the pc runs smoothly not any lag even during the gameplay before the crash it doesnt lag
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January 21, 2014 1:33:11 PM

as smorizio says, afterburner can help you monitoring your GPU temp, fan speed, gpu usage, voltage etc... check this out, if you see everything is normal, then it's worth more attention.
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January 21, 2014 1:35:07 PM

smorizio said:
with msi afterburner turn the gpu fan up..see if you can hear it spin up. if it spins up set a profile to max the gpu fan out at 50/60c. if it not heat then your having power issues with a weak or low wattage power supply.



hi... its not overheating problem cause i checked the temp of the gpu and at highest it gets to 45 and i have customized the gpu fan to get faster and in term of the voltage how do iknow if thats the problem ??
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January 21, 2014 2:38:54 PM

It seems pretty normal. Run the game, as it gets closer to that moment, with OSD (in-game monitoring), check GPU usage, voltage and temp, see which of them goes mad, or at least gives us a clue. I had the same problem with my laptop, then i figured out it was my GPU temp, it started normal in any games, but after 10 minutes, temps increased to 130!! and then that black screen... for self protection i guess.
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January 22, 2014 10:23:24 AM

JanTemplar said:
It seems pretty normal. Run the game, as it gets closer to that moment, with OSD (in-game monitoring), check GPU usage, voltage and temp, see which of them goes mad, or at least gives us a clue. I had the same problem with my laptop, then i figured out it was my GPU temp, it started normal in any games, but after 10 minutes, temps increased to 130!! and then that black screen... for self protection i guess.


hi...again take alook at this i took it after the game crashed after 2 seconds soo..
https://lh6.googleusercontent.com/-6r_zKQcJgs4/UuAIkfft...
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