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    Default pc auto- shutdown problem

    amar pc te 40-50min game khelar por pc automatic off hoe jai, aar cpu er on/off er button jole aar nive. ei problem ta ami goto 2 din e 5 bar face korlaam. Now eta ki problem aar solution kivabe koro. plz help..........

    PC er H/W monitor show korlam...check whether everything is ok or not

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    check +12 volt aar +5volt er readings
    note that only game khalaar time e ei problem hoiche. (browsing + movie dekhar time e kono problem hoi naa)
    Last edited by wayne; June 29th, 2012 at 23:24.

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    What is the temp at full load?
    I suppose that screenshot is not at full load.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Badhon_raj View Post
    What is the temp at full load?
    I suppose that screenshot is not at full load.
    at gaming time---
    cpu 49~52*C
    gpu 58~60*C
    system temp 40~43*C

    btw i gave the screenshot to check +12 rail volt is perfect or not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mukit View Post
    amar pc te 40-50min game khelar por pc automatic off hoe jai, aar cpu er on/off er button jole aar nive. ei problem ta ami goto 2 din e 3 bar face korlaam. Now eta ki problem aar solution kivabe koro. plz help..........

    PC er H/W monitor show korlam...check whether everything is ok or not

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mukit View Post
    at gaming time---
    cpu 49~52*C
    gpu 58~60*C
    system temp 40~43*C

    btw i gave the screenshot to check 12 rail volt is perfect or not.
    temp is ok. Lets see what others say..

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    thread updated...
    @dipanzan , @Vanguard
    Last edited by wayne; June 29th, 2012 at 23:38.

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    Attempt one :

    First go to my computer properties > Advanced system settings

    then click on startup and recovery > disable automatically restart

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    Attempt Two:
    clean your PC for possible virus, I will recommend to use KIS license version. Because only license version gives you the original definition file to disinfect your PC properly although it is my personal thinking.

    Attempt Three:

    open CPU case, take our motherboard battery and place it back.
    open ram from slot take a look on it for any possible damage, wash it with a brush gently to remove any dust on surface.

    Attempt Four :

    stop playing that game which is causing your PC to restart automatically because either GPU is not supporting (not possible in your case as I can see you using a GTX 560) or crack you installed to play the game is not properly installed.

    Attempt Five:

    still not solved give your GPU to me I liked it lol
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    i think it is a motherboard short circuit with casing somehow. Have you opened your chasis recently? @Mukit

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vanguard View Post
    i think it is a motherboard short circuit with casing somehow. Have you opened your chasis recently? @Mukit
    yep. I have just upgraded my psu and assembling was done in shop. you can check this condition.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mukit View Post
    yep. I have just upgraded my psu and assembling was done in shop. you can check this condition.....
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    short circuit im confident. And why the heck you are using this machine with this casing????????????

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vanguard View Post
    short circuit im confident. And why the heck you are using this machine with this casing????????????
    ha ha....vaiya ami 3 months dhore ei casing e game kheltesi.....asa kori next week e casing paltabo. but ei muhurtee eitaar kono (first aid type er) kono solution asee ?

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    aar psu er jonno ki eta howar chance ase....je psu load nite partese na..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mukit View Post
    ha ha....vaiya ami 3 months dhore ei casing e game kheltesi.....asa kori next week e casing paltabo. but ei muhurtee eitaar kono (first aid type er) kono solution asee ?

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    aar psu er jonno ki eta howar chance ase....je psu load nite partese na..
    you have no idea about Seasonic bro. No idea. Just one thing, if you sell that psu, lemme know.

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    In a nutshell, those HWMonitor readings are way off spec. Software aren't really that accurate when it comes to measuring voltage but can give a brief idea. As you are complaining that it only happens during playing games, it's obvious that the PC shows this phenomena when under load.

    Can you check your max temps? Download IntelBurnTest and run with all capacity(full usage of RAM) for maximum IMC stress and have CoreTemp running in the background. As an AMD CPU, core temps should not exceed 55C, the limit is 62.5C which if reached the system will automatically shutdown in order to prevent itself from being damaged due to the excess temps(crossing Tj max). Check whether your GPU is functioning properly, download MSI Kombustor or EVGA OC Scanner, and have GPU-Z running in the background, or MSI AfterBurner for a more detailed graph/info. It shouldn't exceed 70C for that matter, but don't be afraid if it goes to 80C as from the looks of you've a very poor casing(bad airflow).

    Last but not least, check your PSU. Download OCCT, and run it for like an hour or so to see if it can cope with both the CPU and GPU stressed beyond it's limits, far more than any game would do. If you see the same scenarios, PC shutting, then it's definitely your to blame.
    Last edited by dipanzan; June 30th, 2012 at 14:41.

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    I believe your PSU is at fault, when playing games, processor and GPU both are being used to their full potential thus putting more load on your PSU and as it's unable to handle the pressure, the pc is restarting, unless this restart only happens during a particular game, if that's the case then it could be a software issue but highly unlikely, I firmly believe that your PSU could be the culprit, but also check out your system's stability as dipanzan has mentioned, if I were you I'd fire up IBT or prime 95 with MSI Kombustor running in windowed mode in the background while GPU Z and Real Temp continuously monitors temperatures in the background with the logging option enabled.

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    OCCT can substitute the above tests on it's own but I find it's interface irritating, specially the red color scheme and the graphics test, but the PSU test it offers is pretty close to emulating a real time gaming hardware-usage, so you can try OCCT first, alternatively, and it saves the logs in either my documents or program files/the directory where it's installed/ so in case your pc restarts, you can still check the temps from it's logs

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    Quote Originally Posted by K' View Post
    I believe your PSU is at fault, when playing games, processor and GPU both are being used to their full potential thus putting more load on your PSU and as it's unable to handle the pressure, the pc is restarting, unless this restart only happens during a particular game, if that's the case then it could be a software issue but highly unlikely, I firmly believe that your PSU could be the culprit, but also check out your system's stability as dipanzan has mentioned, if I were you I'd fire up IBT or prime 95 with MSI Kombustor running in windowed mode in the background while GPU Z and Real Temp continuously monitors temperatures in the background with the logging option enabled.

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    OCCT can substitute the above tests on it's own but I find it's interface irritating, specially the red color scheme and the graphics test, but the PSU test it offers is pretty close to emulating a real time gaming hardware-usage, so you can try OCCT first, alternatively, and it saves the logs in either my documents or program files/the directory where it's installed/ so in case your pc restarts, you can still check the temps from it's logs
    Vaiya, ami jodi directly main switch off kore dai othoba current chole jai , tokhon o cpu er on/off button kisukhkhon blink kore. eita ami ektu age notice korlaam. amar ager psu te ei problem cilo na.

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    Main switch off korar 5 second porjonto static electricity thake PC te, eta normal.

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    ---- the problem solved. It was short circuit problem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mukit View Post
    ---- the problem solved. It was short circuit problem.
    Told ya

    @K' would you please stop cursing the PSUs all the time! That 550w seasonic is able to handle GTX590 with PhenomII X6 at ease, mark my words.
    Last edited by VANGUARD; July 5th, 2012 at 22:37.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vanguard View Post
    Told ya
    you were right. btw, I bought a new chasis (TT commannder MS-i) and after that problem solved.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vanguard View Post
    Told ya

    @K' would you please stop cursing the PSUs all the time! That 550w seasonic is able to handle GTX590 with PhenomII X6 at ease, mark my words.
    You sure?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mukit View Post
    you were right. btw, I bought a new chasis (TT commannder MS-i) and after that problem solved.
    Im afraid that Commander MS-I has poor front Ventilation (like tt V3) and one less front USB header. One front USB 3 jack would be plugged behind your motherboard and eventually you will lose one USB jack. That was why i had to avoid the Red Devil's Commnader MS-I which i booked before buying my tt V4. And also you cannot route the major 24pin motherboard connector via the cable management hole.
    My advice, change it as soon as you can and buy an Armor A60.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dee View Post
    You sure?
    Oh Dee, people asked me the same question and almost banged my ¤¤¤ when i planned to use 5830 with OCED E8400 with the mere tt Litepower 430w. But it was more than fine. Kotojon koto kotha shunaise, koto upodesh dise, long run e suffer korbe, noshto hoye jabe, bla bla bla. Tara akhono BG te ase. "Misleading kortesi, misinformation dicchi, nije lucky dekhe onno ke suggest kora thik hocche na" aro koto ki! (For last 4 months, i have bought two of my friends GTX 570 and i3 2100s with the TR2 380w, and now when i go to my toilet to pee, i think of doing it over the face of those BG members who told me those words) And you know, i think my 380w is over watted for my rig. If i had chance i would take a 250w one with 90% efficiency.
    Last edited by VANGUARD; July 5th, 2012 at 22:57.

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