Question GPU Blackscreening

Aug 23, 2019
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Hi,
Since i built my computer, somehow when i just hit a little my computer (like very gently even) the screens become blacks and then comes back again normal like the gpu disconnects for a few seconds. When that happens ingame, it just crashes the game because it didn't detect the gpu for some time.

I wanted to know, knowing i already reseated my gpu 5 times, what's the problem with it ? Is it broken ?
 
Kindly provide PC specs.

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-Graphics card(s) make and model# (clock speed, voltage if modified, Driver version and GPU temp both @ idle and load)
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-Operating System (If using Windows note Framework and service pack version)
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Ryzen 7 1700X
GTX 1060 EVGA SC
16GB DDR4 HyperX Fury
2x1 tb hdd
1x500go ssd
650W 80+ Gold toughpower grand thermaltake psu
 
Yes, those specs are enough. I'm still thinking about a solution. But first we need to find the culprit in your case. What is the GPU temp value while gaming ?

Have you tried using some other Monitor cable as well ? Do you also get any "no signal" message on your monitor, or the display is totally black ?
 

Ketchup79

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That sounds like a short. With the computer unplugged, go inside the computer, make make sure every power cord is connected securely, and make sure all the motherboard mounting holes are being used by screw with mounts. If that still doesn't help, unplug any connections that mount to the case (such as audio and USB) and see if that fixes your issue.
 
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No, it's not black screening long enough to actually show a no signal sign,


Edit :
Yesterday I noticed artifacts on my screen, my gpu is at stock frequencies
 
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That sounds like a short. With the computer unplugged, go inside the computer, make make sure every power cord is connected securely, and make sure all the motherboard mounting holes are being used by screw with mounts. If that still doesn't help, unplug any connections that mount to the case (such as audio and USB) and see if that fixes your issue.
And I'm sure all holes have standoffs, I'll check the cables
 

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