PCs suddenly restart while playing DOTA on LAN network Tags: CPUs PCS LAN Last response: April 28, 2010 3:32 AM in CPUs Share keilefenky April 28, 2010 2:30:21 AM Hello, I intend to do a small DOTA Competition on my campus which is 3 vs 3 competition. I do the testing on the 6 computers in my campus which are quite strong enough! But after a random minutes (15, 25), suddenly the PCs got restarting randomly. I have done the troubleshooting but still I can not find the answer. I have also used the switch as the LAN connector. Could anyone please help me? Thank you so much! More about : pcs suddenly restart playing dota lan network amnotanoobie a b à CPUs April 28, 2010 3:32:16 AM Overheating components, overloading the AC socket, lot's of possibilities there. You could try OCCT with the power supply test on all pc's to see if your AC could provide that much power. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources Computer turns off while playing games Forum Network storage+ LAN party Forum Windows 7 crashes while playing games Forum Why my computer will suddenly turned off when playing high graphic games? Forum Games freeze, sound loops requiring restart Forum WinMe Suddenly Erratic Forum Gigabit Network Suddenly Crap for File Transfers Forum New i3 2100 build can't be Shut Down! Restarts after 5 seconds. Forum Onboard Lan suddenly stopped working Forum Beware: Asus Network iControl can kill upload speeds Forum Highest MB/s transfer rate on a home LAN ? Forum Will this setup run skyrim at ultra? Forum AMD Phenom 2 x4 965 restarts system while stress testing. Forum Cpu compatiblity? and worth while upgrade? Forum Computer shuts down and restart again and again Forum [Solved] How high is too high temps for 965be while folding Forum PC shuts down while gaming Forum Problem in network location Forum [Solved] Upgrading Network Card from G o N? Forum [Solved] Sound card and Network card interference? Forum More resources Read discussions in other CPUs categories AMD Intel Intel i5 Intel i7 Phenom Cooling Performance !