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post #1 of 15 (permalink) Old 04-09-2019, 05:19 AM - Thread Starter
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Bad PSU?

Alright I have this build(my daughters). It previously had a GTX 1030, she wanted to play better games and I just happened to be somewhere where the Asrock GPU was $210.00 Roughly USD. The system randomly restarts. During Prime 95 its good 3-4 hours does not shut off. Gaming she shuts off. so I ran tests with, unigine superposition system will complete test, furmark GPU burn test system restarts 20 seconds into it. I believe it to be the power supply but not sure. What do you guys think?

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The PSu could be defective so either test it with a digtal multi meter if you have one or try another PSU if you have one or can borrow one

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First try one of the other 6+2 PCIE power connector even tho it's unlikely, the cable could be defective. If it does the same, then maybe there's an issue with its 12v rail or the card is defective. One of these two.
You could try to limit power target of the card to as low as possible and run furmark and see how it behaves and then slightly raise it until it crashes, if it doesn't do so right off the bat and keep an eye on the 12v reading in hwinfo64 to see if there are any changes.

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Alright here is an update. Checked the other PCI-E port on the PSU with another cable. Same thing still happens. in Superposition 720 low setting completes normally, in 1080 medium setting completes normally. But in 1080 max settings, crashes on the part where gravity disappears.

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Alright I have this build(my daughters). It previously had a GTX 1030, she wanted to play better games and I just happened to be somewhere where the Asrock GPU was $210.00 Roughly USD. The system randomly restarts. During Prime 95 its good 3-4 hours does not shut off. Gaming she shuts off. so I ran tests with, unigine superposition system will complete test, furmark GPU burn test system restarts 20 seconds into it. I believe it to be the power supply but not sure. What do you guys think?

Mobo: Biostar x370 racing Mini ITX
CPU: Ryzen 5 1600
Ram: corsair Vengance 2400 2x4GB
PSU: Corsair CX650M
GPU: Asrock RX 590
Did you get this video card used?


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@TwoCables , no the RX 590 was brand new from a shop in tokyo, Akihabara to be correct.

@haha216 , no OC on the CPU.

Thanks to all who responded. The PC is now fixed, installed a new 600 Watt PSU and she completes all tests perfectly. The card chokes a little then continues previously she would choke then restart the PC. Not sure but I think I had that PSU running and testing a bunch of TEC's previously and I killed it. I think I threw the wrong one away previously.

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RAM: G-Skill 3200 RipJaws F4-3200C16-16GVK
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Yeah, what is the exact brand and model of that new PSU? I don't know of any good 600W PSUs (that's not saying much these days, but still).


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Japanese Brand. https://www1.pcdepot.co.jp/f/dsg-42062-001007008 one of the guys that work at this shop is a friend. He Highly recommended this brand. he showed me it and said its the one he has been using for three years. so I am gonna give it a try.

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Mobo: Asrock X399 Taichi
VGA: Asrock Phantom Gaming Radeon VII
RAM: G-Skill 3200 RipJaws F4-3200C16-16GVK
Storage: Samsung M.2 850 EVO 1TB
PSU: Seasonic Prime Ultra 1000 Platinum
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