Question My Display Goes off While minning ETH .

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I have Build a new rig with 2 1660 Super card but my display goes totally black with no signal caution randomly after certain period of time .
some times my rig runs 2 to 3 days without any problem but suddenly this problem comes into existence but when i restart my rig then it goes to normal .
but when my display goes off or black at that time my gpu ,cpu and psu all working well.

specification of my rig :
Asrock b450 pro mobo
240 gb ssd
8 gb ram
750 cooler master power supply
amd ryzen 5 Cpu
so basically all the parts used in this rig are totally new .
 

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I have Build a new rig with 2 1660 Super card but my display goes totally black with no signal caution randomly after certain period of time .
some times my rig runs 2 to 3 days without any problem but suddenly this problem comes into existence but when i restart my rig then it goes to normal .
but when my display goes off or black at that time my gpu ,cpu and psu all working well.

specification of my rig :
Asrock b450 pro mobo
240 gb ssd
8 gb ram
750 cooler master power supply
amd ryzen 5 Cpu
so basically all the parts used in this rig are totally new .
I have had this many times and the cause of it always is overclocking. If it isn't overclocked correctly or you've overclocked it to a point where the card will work, but will just stop after a certain period of time (just the GPU that stops, nothing else), then it's most likely the GPU. This is assuming if the computer is still running, just with a black display, am I correct?

So, if you have the GPU overclocked, lower it some or put it back to defaults. I tried mining ETH or playing games with a certain overclock and the GPU would just shut off.
 
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I have had this many times and the cause of it always is overclocking. If it isn't overclocked correctly or you've overclocked it to a point where the card will work, but will just stop after a certain period of time (just the GPU that stops, nothing else), then it's most likely the GPU. This is assuming if the computer is still running, just with a black display, am I correct?

So, if you have the GPU overclocked, lower it some or put it back to defaults. I tried mining ETH or playing games with a certain overclock and the GPU would just shut off.
This is true i found after mining for a couple of months my gpu's cooling /pads was no longer keeping the temps down while overclocked and screen would randomly go black and or program fail. Dialing the memory overclock back to an acceptable mining level helped.
 

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