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1 year ago#1
Before you ask, what has been done so far:

Swapped out my GPU from a 560 Ti to a 660 Ti.
Updated GPU Drivers.
Put my RAM from the 2nd and 4th port to the 1st and 3rd.
Disabled automatic reboot on system failure so I would get a BSOD.

I can't check my temps because I literally have no clue as to why or when this will happen excluding one instance, and it's even done it after dusting the inside of my computer. It's done it when emulating Pikmin 2, when quitting SC2, even when booting up Portal 2 once. It's utterly unpredictable and random, the only instance I can guarantee a reboot and recreate the event is when I quit, yes, quit, SC2. I'm utterly stumped. Basically, it only does it when a game is involved.

I'm thinking it's my PSU. Thoughts?
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1 year ago#2
Could be the PSU, could be overheating. Buy a new PSU from Fry's and if that isn't the problem then return it.
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1 year ago#3
Underclock your GPU by 13mhz.
What PSU are you using?
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1 year ago#4
Whats your psu? You have the 6pin connecter plugged into the gpu? You try putting ram back in its original spot?
1 year ago#5
your 1-3rd ram slots could be duds

edit: opps....
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1 year ago#6
Most likely your PSU is not powerful enough.
1 year ago#7
Flaktrooper123 posted...
Most likely your PSU is not powerful enough.


It's 750W.
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1 year ago#8
Well, what is your PSU model then? Another possibility is that you get a faulty unit.
1 year ago#9
Can you get into safe mode?
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1 year ago#10
macmahon187 posted...
Can you get into safe mode?


I can when it reboots, but I don't see why I would need to, I know it isn't a virus or anything similar.
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