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So starting on Sunday my computer has been rebooting itself for no reason. There are no error messages, the screen just goes black and then the computer boots back up again. I've run a memtest and have gotten no errors and also multiple virus scans with nothing found. I have no clue what could be causing it. All my components are 3 months old as I built this computer at the start of December.

Temps are 31 C idle and 47 C under load.

It never happens when Idle, only when playing games. (Wow, PoE, D3, Sc2)
The wired thing is that it happens when playing those games but when I ran a 6 hour stress test with Prime it didn't reboot at all.

Any help would be appreciated. Thanks smile.gif
     
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The temps are the temps of your CPU or GPU?

Seem to me like your GPU might be overheating. Prime95 just stress tests your CPU and Ram...not your GPU
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The temps are the temps of your CPU or GPU?

Seem to me like your GPU might be overheating. Prime95 just stress tests your CPU and Ram...not your GPU

Those are CPU Temps.
     
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post #4 of 7
Try finding out your GPU temps.

Get GPUz
Edited by Delirious84 - 2/19/13 at 10:33am
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Try finding out your GPU temps.

Get GPUz

40-45 C under load with default setting on card.
     
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post #6 of 7
That isn't bad really. Have you taken it apart and tried resetting the parts? Maybe something is loose?

Sorry if none of this is helping. I am just trying to help you out.
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post #7 of 7
Try reinstalling your video drivers. Could be just a glitch or error of some sort.
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