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I've had this happen with dying power supplies. I'll try logging the temps this time and will post them asap. Karan Verma 44.119 görüntüleme 3:16 system automatically restart while playing games - Süre: 0:49. PLEASE, if you happen to fix it post a step-by-step guide. http://mozrc.com/playing-games/pc-randomly-restarts-itself-when-gaming.php
If so then just take an hour and reinstall windows. Hans Selye who is the leading authority on the subject. Ive already turned off auto reboot and I still recieved no error message or anything. Thanks for your help! you could try here
Computer Randomly Restarts While Playing Games
I did a google search and noticed several other people with this same problem, but none were able to get an answer. See if the problem persists. If you would like to be considered for trusted flair, please fill out the /r/techsupport trusted status application at http://goo.gl/forms/Od6G6KFxJj . Yeah I've been monitoring my temps and they are all stay pretty low.
Then look at "BIOS Version/Date" to check in case you already got it. stickg1May 29, 2012, 11:13 PM You sure its not power supply? over time i've swapped out a lot of parts. Computer Restarts While Playing Games Windows 7 This means they have proven with consistent participation and solid troubleshooting their knowledge in the IT field.
I really don't think it's my PSU since like I said, my friend's gtx 460 uses more power and ran fine. While playing, it can happen almost instantly, a few minutes, a few hours, or not at all for the entire night. If it crashes when playing games it will be a good indication you got a defective card. I know I've had a few memory leak errors come up in event viewer, and I also had 100% allocated memory usage while playing.
Get the answer Best answer gondoMay 14, 2016, 6:41 PM That's a tough one to troubleshoot.- When gaming CPU temperatures go through the roof. Computer Restarts When Playing Games Windows 8 Runs at 30° idle, sits around 70° under stress. My case is kept clean, I have all wires as neat as they will fit, good air circulation and plenty of room around all sides.This is where I started running out HELP!
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If so, why did my friend's 460 (which uses more power, including 2 pci power cords) work fine in my PC? his comment is here HELP! Would there be any other way to check the crashes besides the windows events viewer? If the CPU gets too toasty, your PC will shut down to save itself. Computer Restarts When Playing Games Windows 10
So if I'm reading this site correctly, is the BIOS update I'm looking for the "Update BIOS Code" uploaded on 2013-01-14, under the BIOS category the file I need? I would appreciate it so much! Who knows, reinstalling Windows 8 from scratch (clean install) might fix it too. this contact form I'll update you after trying!*EDIT* Actually I looked it up online, and apparently his GTX 460 uses MORE power than my 660.
See, if notching it down a bit helps and/or check monitoring s/w to see what's present. How To Change Psu To Higher Watt Video kiralandığında oy verilebilir. Like i said the volt readings was the weirdest thing that in BIOS they all read fine but speedfan and other software read undervoltage majorly when i get to desktop.
Try your 660 in your friend's computer.
Gman450May 29, 2012, 8:56 PM rebbon said: No. permalinkembedsaveparentgive gold[–]gadget_uk 0 points1 point2 points 1 year ago(0 children)I have a very similar problem - it definitely seems to be related to temps for me. The CX series are a lot cheaper of course, but the internal components are weaker too, so you get what you pay for. Computer Restarts When Starting Games Sorry about that.
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Don't know about water cooling though.