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March 2, 2014 4:23:07 AM

Hello everyone,

since some time I've had issues with games that makes my pc crash, no crash report just a reboot.
This mostly happens after 30 seconds on ultra graphics or like 2 minutes on low graphics.
This only happens to some games, such as elder scrolls online, skyrim, borderlands and some others. Note: I installed enbboost for skyrim and adjusted my vid memory to be allocated to the game to 3 gig and I didn't have any crashes anymore. I also don't have problems with games such as bf 4, thief ect on ultra 60 fps.


Drivers are updated and I've had this problem over a lot of different versions of the catalyst software,so can't be a driver issue. All other driversand bios are also fully updated.
My HDD is still in good shape.
my gpu is HD7950 XFX DD
and a i5 3570k on clock speed
I have a PSU with enough wattage and it's from corsair so I don't think that'd be a problem.
update: ESO is fully playable on minimum settings, this looks terrible but it's playable. From low to ultra it keeps crashing after some time.

Note: my temps on gpu and cpu before the crash are not high. Under high load it's on about 50-60 degrees.

What can I do to fix this?
Thanks in advance

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March 3, 2014 5:55:38 AM

it might be due to overheating. ensure that there is enough air flow in and out of the cabinet and there is no air pressure build-up inside the case.

also ensure that no walls or covers are blocking the entry or exit of air.
if problem persists then I recommend you to buy more coolers for your pc.
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March 5, 2014 10:22:43 AM

Gaming God said:
it might be due to overheating. ensure that there is enough air flow in and out of the cabinet and there is no air pressure build-up inside the case.

also ensure that no walls or covers are blocking the entry or exit of air.
if problem persists then I recommend you to buy more coolers for your pc.


Wtf, I didn't select this as a solution. Take your time to read my full post.
"Note: my temps on gpu and cpu before the crash are not high. Under high load it's on about 50-60 degrees.'
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