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    Re: Computer rebooting during gaming no crash reports

    "I did get it to reboot by running Prime95 AND Furmark at the same time.. would i expect it to reboot under those loads anyway or does that point to PSU?"
    This is one of the methods techs use sometimes to stress the PSU to see if it will sustain load, so that's also pointing towards PSU.

    Make sure when you buy that you buy a unit that is powerful enough for your system and if possible buy it in a shop which allows returning the products if it happens not to be the PSU, but by the looks of things...


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    Re: Computer rebooting during gaming no crash reports

    I would also recommend making sure the PSU is not overheating. Take the side cover of the tower off and point a small fan directly at the PSU. See if Furmark and Prime95 run together for a longer period of time with that setup.


    Never mind, I see you tried that already:
    I have a 12 inch fan blowing into the open side right now to eliminate that, i have 2 120mm intake fans and 1 exhaust, i do have room for a fan on top, but it would interfere with airflow for cpu fan i think.
    I agree with softwaremaniac that replacing the PSU should be the next troubleshooting step.
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    Re: Computer rebooting during gaming no crash reports

    Thanks for the advice, much appreciated from all of you... i have a cooler master G750M which is a good PSU as far as i know if i replace it with another one of those is it man enough for my set up?

    CPU: Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-6700K CPU @ 4.00GHz
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    NO OVERCLOCK on anything

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    Re: Computer rebooting during gaming no crash reports

    I like that the Cooler Master G750M has a 5 year warranty, but the ratings on Amazon are a bit suspect. 20% of people have had issues with the PSU. That is a fairly high failure rate. I would recommend something else that has a 5+ year warranty in place of that PSU.


    Check through the following link to see what PSU wattage you need: Power Supply Calculator
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    Re: Computer rebooting during gaming no crash reports

    Thanks for the link, according to that 550w is enough, anyway i will order one tomorrow through work, i should get a discount then. Will get back once all is done and see whats happening. Thanks again for your time.

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    Re: Computer rebooting during gaming no crash reports

    I like to add a 100W buffer to mine, so try to get a 650W if you can.

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    Re: Computer rebooting during gaming no crash reports

    And make sure it is 80+ certified, Gold would be nice, but bronze should suffice as well.
    writhziden says thanks for this.

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    Re: Computer rebooting during gaming no crash reports

    let me run these ooption by you and see if all are ok, given that gold is better, my question is really are they all 3 known good models or any have bad reputations, given that my present psu is a known bronze but has issues?
    Corsair cx650m Bronze
    Corsair cx750m Bronze
    Corsair tx750m Gold

    hmm or Seasonic which is a company i dont know?

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    Re: Computer rebooting during gaming no crash reports

    Both are very good, out of these listed, I'd go with TX750M Gold. Seasonic wise, I'd go with Snow Silent or Prime. CX is the Corsair's Builder series (budget option).

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    Re: Computer rebooting during gaming no crash reports

    I've had my Corsair TX running for over 5 years now. I'd happily recommend it :)

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    Re: Computer rebooting during gaming no crash reports

    Quote Originally Posted by philc43 View Post
    I've had my Corsair TX running for over 5 years now. I'd happily recommend it :)
    Ordered one yesterday, did not come today so Monday now... life in a different time warp here lol... and of course since ordering it my comp has behaved perfectly and not rebooted once.. bless.

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    Re: Computer rebooting during gaming no crash reports

    Update. After 7 days waiting they finally told me it is not in stock, it never was in stock, nor would it be in stock... :) but it did look nice on the store page (Y) So have now got a Seasonic prime gold, fitted it this morning and did not break anything, which is a result in itself. So will let all you helpful folk know in time what happens. Thanks for the support.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mikedabike View Post
    Update. After 7 days waiting they finally told me it is not in stock, it never was in stock, nor would it be in stock... :) but it did look nice on the store page (Y) So have now got a Seasonic prime gold, fitted it this morning and did not break anything, which is a result in itself. So will let all you helpful folk know in time what happens. Thanks for the support.
    Hey just registered to tell you i'm having the same thing and have narrowed it down. It's the KB4034662 update, or "Security update for Flash Player". And i'm currently battling with Microsoft to have it hidden/disabled.
    Which given the lack of autonomy of Win10 is not easy. I suggest you try the same thing.

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    15 minute edittimer what?

    EDIT:
    Anyway, i've managed to pull the information out of the tech and the only actual solution is to premanently remove Flash player (you shouldn't use websites using flash anyway).

    Boot in safemode and remove adobe contents from /Program Files (x86). And also from C:\Windows\SysWOW64\Macromed, plus C:\Windows\System32\Macromed

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    Re: Computer rebooting during gaming no crash reports

    You had something else clashing on your system, because I use Flash, and have a fully updated system and there has not been a single crash.
    Also, Mike, great PSU choice, I hope it serves you well.

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    Re: Computer rebooting during gaming no crash reports

    Quote Originally Posted by softwaremaniac View Post
    You had something else clashing on your system, because I use Flash, and have a fully updated system and there has not been a single crash.
    Also, Mike, great PSU choice, I hope it serves you well.
    Could be hardwarespecific. Not everyone appears affected, but try the adobe forums and you'll see more people complaining about the BSOD. It's completely absent when I remove that update, and as soon as it installs my driver crashes.

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    AFAIK, it uses HTML5, but some streaming sites don't, at least here in Croatia.

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    Re: Computer rebooting during gaming no crash reports

    Quote Originally Posted by Majesticii View Post
    15 minute edittimer what?

    EDIT:
    Anyway, i've managed to pull the information out of the tech and the only actual solution is to premanently remove Flash player (you shouldn't use websites using flash anyway).

    Boot in safemode and remove adobe contents from /Program Files (x86). And also from C:\Windows\SysWOW64\Macromed, plus C:\Windows\System32\Macromed
    Cant find any info online about this at all, it never happens when flash is running and it only happens during gaming. Plus i do not get a BSOD just a reboot. Exactly what are the symptoms of your flash issue, Blue screen or reboot? During use of flash or unrelated use? Appreciate imput but nee a bit more to make a connection to my issue. :)

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    Re: Computer rebooting during gaming no crash reports

    Car Mechanic Simulator 2018 System Requirements
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    Dark and light minimum graphics requirements seems to be GeForce GTX 960 or higher, the official website doesn't say how much VRAM.
    Unofficial websites say minimum VRAM should be from 1GB to 2GB, recommended 4GB.

    If I'm not wrong, you have got a GTX 970 1GB.

    I've also checked the "adobe flash" thing written by majesticii on some websites and it seems true (when using browsers or games that need it): I'd try to uninstall it completely.
    It will anyhow be thrown away in 2020.
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