Auto restarting problem

tanjj

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Hi all, this is a new build and im having troubles with this build, hope u guys can advise.
Specs:
M5A97 r2.0
Fx8370
8gb ddr3 ram 1600mhz 1.35v
Msi gtx 950
Fsp 450w psu
Hyper 212x evo.

So apparently when I run PUBG(playwrs unknown battleground) sometimes my computer auto restarts when it starts to get very laggy, for example when i am diving down and i go full speed down, it will auto restart without any warning and no error on boot. Have checked on event viewer and I see smth kernel power 41. Pls help me.
There is also another problem, whenever I turn my bios settings to turbo, somehow my ram freq will become 1153 even though i set it at 1600??? Im super confused.
 

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My point is having a bit of extra is never a bad thing. Even with two 980Ti's, PCPartPicker says my computer will only use about 760W. I still went with a 900W PSU. As it turns out, that 900W PSU is enough for my new build, which is a Ryzen with 64GB DDR4 RAM and two 1080Ti's.
 

tanjj

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Btw could it have to do with my changing of mobo n processor and i didnt install a fresh copy of windows??? I switched from m5a97 evo r2.0
 

tanjj

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I've seen posts showing that the fx8370 can consume up to 204 watts while the gpu 350 though. I just hope its the PSU. Sometime when i try to turn the comp on it wouldnt post and all i have to do is turn the power switch on and off and it'll post
 

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I'm using an 8370 and a 980Ti and I went with a 900W PSU; PCPartPicker told me my full build would use around 500W, and as I planned at that point to get a second 980Ti at some point I didn't want to have to also buy a new PSU. You may want to upgrade to at least a 550W; the more extra wattage you have, the less chance you take of your PSU not being able to feed enough power to all of its rails at the same time.
 

tanjj

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Checking on PCPartpicker only shows my entire setup will only take about 344W but it's weird because my graphic card only shows 100w??
 

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My point is having a bit of extra is never a bad thing. Even with two 980Ti's, PCPartPicker says my computer will only use about 760W. I still went with a 900W PSU. As it turns out, that 900W PSU is enough for my new build, which is a Ryzen with 64GB DDR4 RAM and two 1080Ti's.
 

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