You can check and compare the Amps on the +12v rail. Thanks for your help again! 18 commentsshareall 18 commentssorted by: besttopnewcontroversialoldrandomq&alive (beta)[–]Trigrammatron 5 points6 points7 points 1 year ago(3 children)Mine did that last Dec. I need some thermal paste which i will try and purchase in the next few days. Back to top BC AdBot (Login to Remove) BleepingComputer.com Register to remove ads #2 jonuk76 jonuk76 Members 1,520 posts OFFLINE Gender:Male Location:Wales, UK Local time:06:29 AM Posted 23 July check over here
If the heat sink in the PSU is getting too hot it will start fluctuating or outputting what is known as dirty power which can cause a lot of random issues. Is there enough of a chance that a BIOS update could fix this problem to make it worth the risk? Thank's for the quick answers. Does that imply it's likely to be malware?2 · 3 comments Windows 7 is choppy, help please.2 · 1 comment Question about VLC media player5 · 4 comments Please help with my 4k monitor2 · 5 comments Possible to
There is no BlueScreen or anything. Pennsylvania Posts: 52,692 OS: Win7 What Temps are you seeing in the Bios for the CPU and chip set? __________________ BSOD Posting Instructions Power Supply and Selection How To Find Your As I have said before, I've seen people with the same CPU and GPU using the same PSU and run just fine. A lot of people go straight to blaming the hardware...
That would help out. Try checking your temperatures in half that time. Maguscreed View Public Profile Find More Posts by Maguscreed 09 Feb 2012 #3 Legaia Windows 7 Professional (64x) 155 posts Smedjebacken Sounds just like Magus is saying that Question - When I installed Win 7 the first time on the SSD, I had the former HDD disconnected so that the SSD was the only disk attached.
This site is completely free -- paid for by advertisers and donations. If it does continues then I'll probably be focusing on the PSU next. Edit3: The audio driver wasn't the problem, it turns out my PC turns off when both the CPU and GPU hit around 70°C. https://steamcommunity.com/discussions/forum/11/527273983047377227/ Several functions may not work.
So next I went out and bought a new EVGA 650W GS (tier 1) PSU and installed it in case it was a PSU issue. My System Specs OS win7 64 guldi View Public Profile Find More Posts by guldi . 09 Feb 2012 #2 Maguscreed Windows 7 x64 6,746 posts Houston I Tiers are actually a very good reference for quality PSUs. Idle temperatures were around 45 degrees C, and closer to 55-65 degrees C under load.
Reply With Quote 2015-01-23,06:36 PM #13 Nohara View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message View Started Threads Stood in the Fire Join Date Dec 2011 Posts 464 206 degrees Celsius.. http://www.sevenforums.com/hardware-devices/213352-power-loss-while-playing-games-how-narrow-down-failure.html Report • #7 Gretti April 22, 2012 at 20:27:02 No problem, let me know how it goes Report • #8 tscott2 April 24, 2012 at 09:31:49 Well it is still shutting Pc Loses Power Under Load In my own case, when I built my Phenom-II 955 system and overclocked it, my power budgeting said I was at about 450-475 watts, and I had a 550 Watt power Psu Is there enough of a chance that a BIOS update could fix this problem to make it worth the risk?
I've reseated my RAM, reseated my video card, removed and cleaned my cooling kit for my processor plus made sure there was enough thermal gel, and just in general checked all Symptoms - When computer was under load / gaming, I would either lose video and hear the fan kick into high gear, or it would just suddenly lose power. As far as doing the bios update, it appears they have a bios update utility (on the download tab in the link you gave) which might be an auto updater kind I take a pick tool and ever so slightly bend the contacts in the molex connector, just to give a little more tension on them so they make a stronger connection. Msi Afterburner
They give you stickers! Combined with just video loss, to me this indicated an overheating issue. I've increased the fan speed and will give it a clean. http://techvividglobalservices.com/solved-computer/solved-computer-power-won-t-say-on.html Contact Us Home Forum Rules Forum Actions Mark Forums Read Videos What's New?
The weird thing is, my computer doesn't seem to shut down when playing a game like DoTA 2, but when playing something like Battlefield or Tomb Raider, even Counter Strike Global Its 8 logical ones similar like say an i7 4790k, 8 threads. I elected to NOT replace it.
That my mobo is faulty and needs replaced? I swapped in the PSU from my wife's computer and it has been running fine since with zero crashes. Reply With Quote 2015-01-23,03:50 PM #2 potis View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message View Started Threads Pandaren Monk Join Date Jan 2008 Posts 1,967 1)Broken PSU (Power supply) and if Runs at 30° idle, sits around 70° under stress.
No success. attached at first. I run my corsair at 1.9v This is safe to do.I would remove one stick of ram from your system so that you run at dual channel, if you have 3 have a peek at these guys Windows 7 does have AHCI drivers built in but if there is a motherboard manufacturer supplied AHCI driver that might be worth a try.
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In any case, if you do a power budget on your system, I think you'll find that you really are right on the edge. http://www.cpuid.com/softwares/hwmonitor.html Will do. I'm not sure what mobo you have but I know ASUS boards come with a program that makes the bios upgrade quite simple and even creates a restore point just in That my mobo is faulty and needs replaced?
My System Specs System Manufacturer/Model Number Dell / Custom OS Windows 7 HP / Ultimate x64 CPU Core i5 / X4 955 BE Motherboard OEM / Gigabyte 880GM-USB3 Memory 4GB DDR3 Are you looking for the solution to your computer problem? Thanks for the feedback! All it cost me was a tube of thermal paste.
The latter only works if your mobo has a power button on it or if you know how to use a jumper. A simple thing you can do is insert the probes into a spare molex connector which will allow you to measure 5v and 12v rails (be very careful not to short I can't find a program to log other temperatures for free so I just have CPU info.I have a relatively new 850W Corsair power supply, which should be plenty of power. Please fill out you complete specs.