Computer Reboots.

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  1. Thomascats

    Thomascats New Member

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    Hello,

    I'm having a problem with my computer that in-games, It reboots after about thirty minutes.

    Some information,

    CPU: I7 2600K,
    M/B: Asus P8P67 Rev,
    GPU: Gainward GTX 680 4MB,
    And 750W PSU.

    I've SSD Of 64Gb for O/S, only 4Gb free.
    The GPU Temperature after 30 Minutes of benchmark Is eighty degrees And there's no crashes, But, when enabling V-sync(Benchmark), It's crashing at one moment.

    And the last, I'm using Dell Screen with 2560x1440 Resolution, If it's matter.

    Thanks,

    Thomas.
     
  2. AndreasGuido

    AndreasGuido Ancient Guru

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    I had similar problem...My PSU failed me, it was fine in some games but when extra power required it would reboot after 10-15 mins of gameplay. Worth checking that out.
     
  3. Thomascats

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    Thanks,

    So, You have increased the Watts and the problem fixed?

    Thomas.
     
  4. AndreasGuido

    AndreasGuido Ancient Guru

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    Well in my case i had to replace the whole PSU :) What have you got? what brand?
     

  5. Thomascats

    Thomascats New Member

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    Ok, I'll buy new PSU...
    With those buys I will have a new comp' haha...

    To the object, how much Watts I should buy?

    Thomas.
     
  6. ---TK---

    ---TK--- Ancient Guru

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    do not buy a new psu until you do some troubleshooting first. if its not ur psu, you will still have exactly the same problem and a lighter wallet to boot.
     
  7. kn00tcn

    kn00tcn Ancient Guru

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    which benchmark, vsync always crashes at the same spot?
     
  8. angmar

    angmar Maha Guru

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    My Asus board does this in cpu intensive games when I have my cpu overclocked without proper VRM cooling....the issue is either VRM overheating asus boards reboot to prevent VRM failure at a certain temperature. Though it very well could be your PSU. I highly doubt it's graphics card related.
     
  9. Thomascats

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    How can I check the PSU?
    I had downloaded the Heaven DX11 from the DW section and after this enabled the vertical synchronization, few seconds and It has crashed.

    Thomas.
     
  10. TheDeeGee

    TheDeeGee Ancient Guru

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    You can't test PSU unless you got a PSU Test Bench.

    So you should borrow one which is also around 700 Watt. Then run the same test and see if it reboots. If not then your PSU is bad.

    It could be your motherboard aswell, when i google for "Asus P8P67 reboots" i get truck loads of results.
     
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  11. Pill Monster

    Pill Monster Banned

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    OCCT will test the PSU and give you a reasonable idea of what the 12v rail is outputting....
     
  12. AndreasGuido

    AndreasGuido Ancient Guru

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    Oh no no dont buy new PSU straight away :) i didnt mean that. Do some testing. They way i found out it was my PSU is that i borrowed my friends for a night. Did some gaming etc...didnt get any crashes and only then went to get new PSU. Sorry i confused you :)
     
  13. kn00tcn

    kn00tcn Ancient Guru

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    no vsync = no crash, it runs for minutes?
     
  14. Thomascats

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    I have run it for thirty minutes and no crash, now disabled the Vsync for all of my games.

    Will check now.

    Thanks,
    Thomas.
     
  15. Thomascats

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    Not working.
    Any ideas?

    Thomas.
     

  16. Pill Monster

    Pill Monster Banned

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    Is the PC still rebooting?

    What benchmark are you running?

    Also what model PSU?
     
  17. Thomascats

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    It's crashing on games, not the program.
     
  18. elite69

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    try lower that cpu oc and start the pc and if the problem stil apear reset al bios seting to default and then report back
     
  19. zeljkoni

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    Also you could try to swap the PCI-e power connectors...

    I am having problems with GTX660 and 700w PSU but for me it reboot only while i am at desktop surfing or PC being idle
    For me PC just shutdown and power up in 2sec, no bsod just kernel power with no log :(

    Asus p8p67 mobo here, swaped power cables so far so good for the last 12h

    Also i have two monitors and that also could be the trigger
     

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