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Report • #31 Fingers May 4, 2012 at 04:37:07 Even though you cannot purchase from them, they do make a good resource for evaluating hardware and getting detailed specs, which is Fan noise might become an issue but that is why we have headphones and volume controls. 1 FlynnFlon Location Loch NessPosts: 480 Amazing November 2013 Try getting a molonex to 6 I dunno if that works in favour of the power being fine or not? Even though you have a total of 72Amps on your 12Volt rails if they could be combined, since you cannot, you may be starving your graphics card for current while there navigate here
My PC Specs MOBO : Asus Z87-K USB3.0 Motherboard CPU : Intel Haswell i7 4770k 4.3GHz Overclocked - Come Overclocked CPU Fan : Xigmatek Gaia SD1283 Silent Heatpipe MEMORY : I have a similar card too. GPU Temp was about 48C and memory usage was at 330mb and GPU Usage was at 99%!!!I'm thinking that if this were a power issue, it would have cut out much But later I opened another scene and my PC black screens/reboots after clicking in viewport.
Computer Keeps Restarting After Installing New Graphics Card
Now my advice to you would be to first get a new PSU mine is only about a year old but i hear that a lot of Corair PSU's the one I would recommend SpeedFan. All rights reserved. Does it have a single +12v rail with high amperage or multiple +12v rails?
Anyway, I wish you the best of luck, It can get really frustrating at times! If you are paging heavily your HDD is being used more. This goes back to my first suggestion… home electric fan blowing inside your Pc and wiggling the PSU wires. Report • #1 riider April 17, 2012 at 05:36:07 "My power supply is adequate, I believe - it is 727.8W max"Wattage is not a good way to determine if a PSU
If you want you want to see if we can diagnose the BSODs, we just opened a Windows Crashes, BSOD, and Hangs Help and Support Forum if you are still having Graphics Card Causing Computer To Restart Let's hope the driver rollback sorted the problem out. This page was generated at 03:55 PM. Col 0Votes Share Flag Collapse - Reponse To Answer by wowgoat270 · 5 years ago In reply to Could be a couple of thin ...
Same goes for the graphics card and any other edge connectors, such as SATA HD signal and power.About the only other thought (another long shot) is to run a registry cleaner. Brian Cooley found it for you at CES 2017 in Las Vegas and the North American International Auto Show in Detroit. Hope I can play again next week (NFS Hot Persuit is coming out the end of this week).Thanks for the help! TotempoleNov 5, 2010, 6:40 AM Nope, most of my friends are running cheap generic 450 watt PSU's which would be completely fried by my PC.
Graphics Card Causing Computer To Restart
So I just gave up and drew in Photoshop rest of night, woke up (today) and tried Maya again. It is worth noting that the crashes are occuring even outside of games (just watching a YouTube video, for example), and, instead of just a black screen, the last crash I Computer Keeps Restarting After Installing New Graphics Card Could it be a bug? Gpu Causes Reboot by R.
Antonaros // December 24, 2016 8:28am PST Related Forums Desktop · 24,977 discussions Laptops · 2,484 discussions Hardware · 18,796 discussions Networks · 41,258 discussions Storage · 1,987 discussions Peripheral · check over here Maybe you can use the machine without using this slot if it is broke. Please remember to be considerate of other members. The oldest parts are the motorboard/CPU so there's a possibility. Gpu-z
Red wires: +5 volts, orange wires: +3.3 volts, blue wire : -12 volts, violet wire: 5 volts always on. there is a thread I read while trying to fix this and if you unplug your computer for a short time and then plug it back in you will be crash Not so much reboots, it actually powers of completely and then powers back on (I know because I have LED side fans which power off as well.). his comment is here I took your advice! 0 Sign In or Register to comment.
Click here to Register a free account now! TM & Copyright ©2013 Marvel & Subs. Also, I could get my hands on a Radeon 4650 Graphics card, which would probably work flawlessly, but won't tell me much since it uses hardly any power.
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Ive taken my entire PC apart and rebuilt it, and nothing helps. Sometimes it resets as if nothing happened, no error message. I know for a FACT that it wasn't the PSU because it's 700w and the whole computer was brand new when I bought it back in September. You'll need an oscilloscope with that record the spectrum data for reviewing.Things you should also check are the molex terminal pins and the connection joint its connecting.
I decided to buy a new graphics card which was a Gigabyte GTX 650 TI OC 1GB DDR5 card, refurbished because I didn't have enough money. I ran a memory stress test on the card and it seems fine (no errors).Ran Memtest86 to check my Physical Memory (Passed)Also loaded Fail-safe defaults in bios (no help).Disconnected all non-essential Report • #3 Davidw April 17, 2012 at 07:16:32 make sure your new video card doesnt have a extra place to plug a 12 volt power into some do and wont http://y2kconnections.com/graphics-card/new-gfx-card-dvi.php I had recently bought this brand new computer off of Newegg.com, a Cyberpower PC computer, Intel i5-3570 and the power supply is ATX-CB700W. 8GB Ram and running on Windows 8 64-bit.
If it's a problem with the card, or your computer you should hear beeping coming from the computer. I do belie it is possible that power supply are the cause again I have no solid data to back that up but I'm going to test my psu soon with I'm praying it's not my PSU, because it's just out of warranty, in fact I'm praying it's nothing hardware related, since I can't afford to replace anything right now. Mostly restarting gets things back to normal (or maybe I should say abnormal in this case LOL).Always pop back and let us know the outcome - thanks Report • #24 LasurArkinshade
What is the make/model?
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