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hi guys i have an issue when i am playing bf3 or others after about 30 minutes pc crashes with red or black screen. and if i dont reset the pc it hangs like that. i check system diag. tool and mem test rams look fine and also i checked tempratue with amd overdrive it look fine board about 35 celcius cpu 32 celcius degree and gpu 68 celcius degree on load.

system: gigabyte 990fxa-ud5 board
amd fx 8350 with Corsair H100
1600mhz 3 x 2 gb corsair ram
cz vertex 3 120gb ssd.
wd 1tb hdd.
saphire amd hd7970 3gb gpu
xileence 1000 watt psu 80%

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You been back through your system, checked cables and connectors?

It seems quite likely that there is a problem with your GPU, any chance you could swap it out for another and test?
 

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Try removing all CCC drivers and reinstall the latest beta one. It only crashes full red screen on battlefield?
 

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You been back through your system, checked cables and connectors?

It seems quite likely that there is a problem with your GPU, any chance you could swap it out for another and test?
i dont have any chance to test it i already checked the connectors and changed. may be dealer test it ?
 

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Try removing all CCC drivers and reinstall the latest beta one. It only crashes full red screen on battlefield?
unfortunataly it craches every game i try bf3, hawx 2 hitman etc i using the beta driver
 

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unfortunataly it craches every game i try bf3, hawx 2 hitman etc i using the beta driver
How old is your card? It always done that or it started randomly?
 

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No its a feature in windows, press start and type system restore, then select a date from before you started getting problems, you wont loose any personal data (like photos and such)
 

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No its a feature in windows, press start and type system restore, then select a date from before you started getting problems, you wont loose any personal data (like photos and such)
yaa got it gonna try
 

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it's your PSU and the weak Chinese caps they use all through it...
they overheat and the failsafe kicks in..
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Stiff price
Loose voltage regulation at +12V and 3.3V
High ripple at 3.3V during CL1 test
Performance of +12V at Turn On Transient tests
Quality problems on the modular PCB
Chinese caps used all over

8.5 overall

This is the first Xilence unit that I ever tested and overall it left me with positive feelings. I encountered a very annoying usability issue though. The ATX connector on the PSU side requires a lot of force for the cable to be inserted, and to disconnect it I had to use a screwdriver to lift the little latch on the ATX power connector and release it from the socket. A similar problem was present with the modular PCIe connectors which required a lot of force to be connected properly. In a modern, expensive and high-end PSU I wouldn't have expected such usability/quality control problems, but on other hand I might have received a bad sample and the normal retail models do not have this issue.
During our performance testing the PSU performed fairly well, registering high efficiency throughout the whole load range and even under excess operating temperatures. Also contrary to my expectations the two small fans were fairly quiet and barely audible at lower loads/ambient. Moreover ripple suppression is excellent (except the unlikely scenario of CL1 test) and performance of +12V at Advanced Transient Response tests was outstanding. If Xilence could make +12V voltage regulation a bit tighter and lower the price tag by at least 20 bucks then I think that this unit would handle the tough competition much more easily.

To sum up, if you can afford it and want to try a PSU with unique design, good performance and silent operation (at least at normal loads and not at inferno-like operating temperatures) then the XQ Series 850W could be worth a try. However at this price tag you have lots of choices among other high-end PSUs from renowned companies with better build quality and loaded with Japanese capacitors that promise longer life-time.
 

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it's your PSU and the weak Chinese caps they use all through it...
they overheat and the failsafe kicks in..
think it is a bit early in the diagnostic to be blaming the PSU, could be a multitude of things.
 

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it's your PSU and the weak Chinese caps they use all through it...
they overheat and the failsafe kicks in..
think it is a bit early in the diagnostic to be blaming the PSU, could be a multitude of things.
not really...
 

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Okay, if you think it is, then mejai you will probably have to take it to be tested at a shop. Has the system restore helped? or no luck?
 

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Okay, if you think it is, then mejai you will probably have to take it to be tested at a shop. Has the system restore helped? or no luck?
system restore did not helped. now i am gonna test the gpu with furmark stress test i check the cpu with amd overdrive stability test about 20 minutes nothing happened max temp: 48,66 celcius
 
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