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post #21 of 51
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It crashed like 5 min. after I put it back on stock speeds on the 7970 and now I am running UEFI defaults. But its really weird it seems like it crashes when I am opening and Internet page whether it be chrome or IE.

Have you tried with a different PSU yet?
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You shouldn't trouble shoot with any overclock. CPU and GPU stock.
he is right.


Honestly, my opinion is if you can boot up and use the computer to some degree, you need to hook up another power supply to rule out whether if yours is failing or getting ready to completely fail. If it does the same, you know it's not the PSU but then you have to worry that you might have spilled water somewhere and caused damage to the board/components

i wish you the best mate, try to get a PSU laying around if you have one with enough power and try it out!thumb.gif
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post #22 of 51
You shouldn't trouble shoot with any overclock. CPU and GPU stock.
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post #23 of 51
Just a thought what have you got connected to your CPU fan header? Somebody said that if you connect certain pumps to it they draw too much power. (PS don't flame me if this is wrong - just repeating what I heard) redface.gif
post #24 of 51
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Originally Posted by INCREDIBLEHULK View Post

Have you tried with a different PSU yet?
he is right.


Honestly, my opinion is if you can boot up and use the computer to some degree, you need to hook up another power supply to rule out whether if yours is failing or getting ready to completely fail. If it does the same, you know it's not the PSU but then you have to worry that you might have spilled water somewhere and caused damage to the board/components

i wish you the best mate, try to get a PSU laying around if you have one with enough power and try it out!thumb.gif
Well the thing is my other psu is 600 watts and wattage calculators I have used say I should have about a 620 watt + so I dont even know if that would be worth hooking up if it wont even have enough juice.
post #25 of 51
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Well the thing is my other psu is 600 watts and wattage calculators I have used say I should have about a 620 watt + so I dont even know if that would be worth hooking up if it wont even have enough juice.

Don't use your video card, use the onboard video, use the other power supply, see if it the PC stays on for more than it did before.... if that works, excellent, plug in the video card, try with the video card and see if by chance it still stays on. Point is if this works, you'll know its the PSU you need to change and not your other components biggrin.gif
  
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post #26 of 51
Yes give it a try with other PSU.

It could also be a bad waterblock contact on your card. I once had a backplate on a 5850 that did a bad contact on the PCB. This took me a while to trouble shoot

Like Hulk said, try with Integrated GPU.

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post #27 of 51
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Originally Posted by KaRLiToS View Post

Yes give it a try with other PSU.

It could also be a bad waterblock contact on your card. I once had a backplate on a 5850 that did a bad contact on the PCB. This took me a while to trouble shoot

Like Hulk said, try with Integrated GPU.

I have been running default speeds on everything and it has yet to shut off but if it does then I will try this.
post #28 of 51
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I have been running default speeds on everything and it has yet to shut off but if it does then I will try this.

Turn on prime95 and do a stress test with 90% memory use on custom blend with the intervals at 2min. This will help speed up the testing and let you know if everythings A-okay under max load.
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post #29 of 51
Good advice going on here but lemme add a few more thoughts to the mix.

Since you ran the same speeds on air without any issues, that changes my thinking a little. KaRLiToS's last suggestion is along the same lines--there could be a short that was introduced somewhere when you reassembled things, whether on the card, mobo, or elsewhere. If you continue to be stymied and can't find what's causing it, I would tear it back down to parts and rebuild everything. Sometimes that's the most efficient way to shake the gremlins loose instead of knocking your head against it all day.

The other thing you mentioned is having switched slots for a few things. That's an obvious thing to troubleshoot, try putting stuff back in the original slots.

Also, did you turn off auto-restart after a crash like I mentioned, which is the only way to see BSOD's in Win 7, or was that already set? A sudden immediate hard shut-off without BSOD would indicate to me a greater likelihood that it is a short somewhere, as opposed to BSOD which is more likely if it's overheating or PSU issues.
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post #30 of 51
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I doubt this means anything but I changed the were my capture card and video card were located (changed PCI ports).
Which slots were they in originally, and which are they in now? My thinking in my previous post is that you might possibly have a bad slot, undetected because it wasn't being used.

But you should also know that most motherboards, including yours, have a preferred slot for the video card. You get the full 16 PCI express lanes only from the top slot. Using the lower one will give you 8 lanes. It probably isn't related to the issues you're having though.
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