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OCN you have never failed me before and I am yet again in need of help.
Starting from a week or two ago, I started getting random (or so I thought crashes). I never understood why but just dealt with it. I came to the conclusion that whenever I played LoL on one monitor and had anything else on another monitor my computer would crash. Today, I tried playing CS:GO and my computer won't even play the game. I can get into the menu fine but when I join a game my computer turns off. I tried the same thing with Kombuster and that won't run either.

Things I've tried:
1) I thought it could possibly be a driver issue so I sweeped all the old drivers and installed the new ones and that was of no avail.
2) I checked the event log -> Windows Log -> System and found that I threw a "Failed to load driver(s): cdrom" so I googled the fix for that and fixed it. Still having graphical issues.

I am straight out of ideas. On another note, anything not graphic intensive is fine. I can open web browsers and watch youtube videos.

Help me please!

As an incentive, I offer unlimited pictures of kittens and eProps to whoever tries to help.

Thanks in advance.
-Eli
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Have you checked temps?
Use a digital volt meter on a spare molex to check PSU
volts under load.
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I have a speciousness that its your PSU. If load is crashing the entire computer right away its leading me to believe the 12v line is undervolted so bad when loaded. You say 1000w psu on the 580 so I'm not sure whats up. Have you checked all your connections to make sure everything is plugged in snug?


Does it black screen then crash? It could be temps or PSU problem. Those are my 2 guesses
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Hey guys,
Thanks for the replies. I don't have a volt meter but always thought I needed one so I'll get a cheap one and let you guys know. I haven't updated my profile. I am still running the hx1000 but my GPU is now a 670. The temps are fine and it is under water. I always have afterburner running to monitor my card.
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Just as a quick test to prove something that has caused me so many crash's with my GTX580, go Into your BIOS and disable the onboard Realtek Audio. I know you wont have sound but test running the same games an see if they still crash with the Realtek Audio disabled. The reason i say to disable the Realtek Audio is that on my pc i run a GTX580 and mine will do the same as yours if i have onboard audio enabled (Realtek in particular ). I have an Asus board like you and a GTX580 like you, so you may have a similar issue.

Im using a USB audio card for the moment, if i try to use onboard audio in certain games my pc will just crash similar to yours. So give it a go if there is no change then at least it will eliminate that possibility. Disable Realtek Audio in BIOS and see if there is any change. Finger Crossed smile.gif
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Hey Miter,
I tried what you recommended and it didn't seem to work. I do have a sound card so I didn't think that was the problem. Thanks for trying though.
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This is a typical symptom of a PSU on the way out... and good time to get a new one before it goes and takes something else with it.
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post #8 of 8
Gpuz should show ya some 12v line voltage readings. Might want to check that.
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