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PC restarts during games for no reason

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June 29, 2014 8:38:45 AM

Hi everyone i need a little help. My PC keeps ressetting when i play games doesn't what game it keeps ressetting. I turned off and that the PC will restart in the System and Advanced settings place. I also tried Nvidia drivers didn't help either my PC is still restarting when i play games i you need help pls help me if you know the awnser

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June 29, 2014 8:44:34 AM

Please list yo spec - it's possibly a heat or PSU issue
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June 29, 2014 9:03:15 AM

snowctrl said:
Please list yo spec - it's possibly a heat or PSU issue



CPU: Intel Core i5 2300 @ 2.80GHz 55 *C
Sandy Bridge 32nm Techology

Ram 4,00GB Dual Channel DDR3 @ 665MHz (9-9-9-24)

Motherboard MEDION PC MS-7707 (CPU) 40 *C

Graphics hp f1703 (1280x1024@75hz)
511MB NVIDIA GeForce GTS 450 (MSI0) 50 *0

Storage
1863 GB Seagate ST32000542AS (SATA) 32*C

Optical Drives

TSSTcorp CDDVCDW SH-S223C
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June 29, 2014 9:24:24 AM

Hav u made any recen hardware changes? Or was this computer running just fine until recently? Also hav u scanned using BitDefender and Malwarebytes or equivalent?
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June 29, 2014 9:48:16 AM

snowctrl said:
Hav u made any recen hardware changes? Or was this computer running just fine until recently? Also hav u scanned using BitDefender and Malwarebytes or equivalent?


Nope it just started all of the sudden and i didn't change anything to my hardare
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June 29, 2014 10:09:29 AM

this same problem happened to me so i bought a new gpu but that didnt fix anything. And also if the heat is not too high does that mean FOR SURE it is a psu problem?
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June 29, 2014 11:43:49 AM

winpie9 said:
this same problem happened to me so i bought a new gpu but that didnt fix anything. And also if the heat is not too high does that mean FOR SURE it is a psu problem?


No hardware changes, heat not an issue, not the GPU - almost certainly the PSU...

... provided virus /malware has been ruled out, and all USB devices r unplugged bar keyboard n mouse. Also worth trying a different power socket before u spend cash, and make sure you hav a power strip / plugboard with surge protection
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June 29, 2014 11:54:48 AM

snowctrl said:
winpie9 said:
this same problem happened to me so i bought a new gpu but that didnt fix anything. And also if the heat is not too high does that mean FOR SURE it is a psu problem?


No hardware changes, heat not an issue, not the GPU - almost certainly the PSU...

... provided virus /malware has been ruled out, and all USB devices r unplugged bar keyboard n mouse. Also worth trying a different power socket before u spend cash, and make sure you hav a power strip / plugboard with surge protection



I scanned and no it's no virus so that's not it...so it must be the PSU
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June 29, 2014 11:58:31 AM

Ok well buy a good 'un - I would suggest thinking of it as an investment - a good PSU is the bedrock of a stable system, and u will be able t carry it thru successive systems as u upgrade over time - if that's the route u wanna take
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