[SOLVED] Gpu crashes

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Hi everybody, this is my first post in this forum sorry for my bad English :), I got some issues while using Gpu for high end games, I have a rx580 Asus dual oc, it crashes after 10-20 mins of playing, turns into void black screen and sound stocks and I can do nothing but switching of psu io button , I think this might be because of one of this 2 reasons :
1- low ram (6gb ddr3 1333 mhz)
2-no proper cooling down
What I have to do? Any other suggestions?
My specifications :
Core i7-3770
Rx580 4gb
6gb of ram 1333mhz
WD hdd 1TB
 
It keeps happening since I installed this Gpu on my system I am using an suzuki Sumo 430 watt and an additional suzuki Sumo 330 watt for powering gpu
Jeez That's a local cheap quality Power supply unit. Do NOT use this to power up the RX 580. I suspect this PSU to be the culprit in your case. That's not a very reputed PSU brand. Never heard of this brand before though.

https://www.suzukitech.com/it-products/pc-components/power/sumopower-430w

https://www.suzukitech.com/it-products/pc-components/power/sumopower-330w
 
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Does this kind of crash/Black Screen ever happened before? Do you recently updated your GPU Driver? What type of PSU are you using for powering your system?
It keeps happening since I installed this Gpu on my system I am using an suzuki Sumo 430 watt and an additional suzuki Sumo 330 watt for powering gpu
 
It keeps happening since I installed this Gpu on my system I am using an suzuki Sumo 430 watt and an additional suzuki Sumo 330 watt for powering gpu
Jeez That's a local cheap quality Power supply unit. Do NOT use this to power up the RX 580. I suspect this PSU to be the culprit in your case. That's not a very reputed PSU brand. Never heard of this brand before though.

https://www.suzukitech.com/it-products/pc-components/power/sumopower-430w

https://www.suzukitech.com/it-products/pc-components/power/sumopower-330w
 
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PSU is the last component you might want to cheap out on, or skimp. Try to get some other high quality PSU, IF possible.

Power supplies are an imperative part of your system that should not be taken lightly. Throwing in a budget PSU could result in poor power efficiency or even a wrecked system.
Don't SKIMP on the PSU,, since this is the MOST important PC component. I can't stress this enough.
 
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