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Usually I'd think something like this would be a VRM automatic shutdown to protect itself. But, MSI does not have VRM protection. They just die..

So it's not that.. hmmm..rolleyes.gif
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post #12 of 39
Check to make sure the six or eight pin power connectors are connected solidly. g.gif
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Check to make sure the six or eight pin power connectors are connected solidly. g.gif

If you read the entire thread you will see i have already stated there are no six or eight pin connectors =)
post #14 of 39
You know whats funny I'm having the same problem with the same PSU tongue.gif Hopefully this gets resolved so I can try to fix
post #15 of 39
I had the same issue with an MSI motherboard a while ago. Not saying it is the motherboard but from what i have seen, alot of MSI motherboards seem to be having issues like this but then again it would shut off on pretty much every game so it may just be Skyrim. Try running Prime95 and see if anything happens.
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post #16 of 39
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I had the same issue with an MSI motherboard a while ago. Not saying it is the motherboard but from what i have seen, alot of MSI motherboards seem to be having issues like this but then again it would shut off on pretty much every game so it may just be Skyrim. Try running Prime95 and see if anything happens.

we did that when he first got the processor, ran for like an hour or so, was totally fine

we are actually starting to think it is steam, another friend with what i assume is a pre built just had the same thing happen to him while playing another steam game
post #17 of 39
I had this happen to me with a 700 watt power supply. The reason was it didn't have enough amperage on the 12 volt rails. Just because it has the proper wattage doesn't mean it has enough umph behind it. Check how many amps the card requires and if the psu has multiple 12v rails then the amps are split up example if it says 40 amps for the psu it would be only 10 amps per rail. I changed the psu to a single 12v rail and running great now. Download 3d mark 11 and if it doesn't make it through the entire benchmark I can almot guarantee its the psu. Prime 95 will not strain the graphics card therefore u won't be able to duplicate with that. You need a video intensive benchmark to test it. Good luck

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I had this happen to me with a 700 watt power supply. The reason was it didn't have enough amperage on the 12 volt rails. Just because it has the proper wattage doesn't mean it has enough umph behind it. Check how many amps the card requires and if the psu has multiple 12v rails then the amps are split up example if it says 40 amps for the psu it would be only 10 amps per rail. I changed the psu to a single 12v rail and running great now. Download 3d mark 11 and if it doesn't make it through the entire benchmark I can almot guarantee its the psu. Prime 95 will not strain the graphics card therefore u won't be able to duplicate with that. You need a video intensive benchmark to test it. Good luck

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the PSU is actually waaaaay overkill for his system, if i am remembering right it is a single rail and is plenty powerful enough, when we first put the system back together after doing the upgrade the first thing we did (after updating drivers and BIOS) was run Prime95 and Furmark together to put the system at full stress and it was totally fine, he can play any other game perfectly without shunting down, it is only in Skyrim that it happens
post #19 of 39
Well furmark or p95 ran great on mine and my psu was 700watt and I thought was overkill as well. But since u said it is single rail than I am confused. Has to be steam or drivers issue. Wish I could help more man. Sorry it just sounded exactly like a problem I had just few weeks ago so was fresh on my mind. GL!

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Well furmark or p95 ran great on mine and my psu was 700watt and I thought was overkill as well. But since u said it is single rail than I am confused. Has to be steam or drivers issue. Wish I could help more man. Sorry it just sounded exactly like a problem I had just few weeks ago so was fresh on my mind. GL!

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yea thanks man, on a bit of a side note, how is that mobo you have in your sig rig? i have been debating getting one
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