My Graphics Card causes my PC to black out

Lunatic_2

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Hello everyone!
Yesterday while I was using my computer (browsing, no load), it suddenly blacked out. What I mean by that is, no display, no audio, no control. However, the fans were still turning and the LED light in my case was also still on.
I noticed that one of the two fans on my graphics card isn't turning as it usually does (it was more slow, stuttering).
I took out my graphics card and so far, the computer is running no problem.
Any ideas about what's wrong with the card?
It's an MSI Geforce GTX 770 2GB card.
Thanks in Advance!!

One more thing: I also keep getting messages saying "Display Driver NVIDIA Windows Kernel Mode Driver, Version 385.41 stopped responding and has successfully recovered.(I went back to the older driver in a failed attempt to solve the problem.)

UPDATE: I took my Graphics Card to my local service center and they fixed the fan problem but the problem still persists! I also tried my card on a friend's computer and it worked just fine! Could it be the motherboard?
 

Lunatic_2

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I have a Thermaltake 730w, it's been with me for 3 years now.
Never really considered that the PSU might be the problem lol
 
well if the cpu core temps are fine then it can only be the PSU i would think here is the info I have on PSU's
PSU Tier list tier 1-2 are good for gaming
http://www.tomshardware.co.uk/forum/id-2547993/psu-tier-list.html

I would recommend an EVGA SuperNova Gold G2 / or new G3 /GS / GQ, Platinum P2 / PS, or Titanium T2 or a Seasonic M12-II Evo or S12-II
GOOD PSU EVGA is a B2, G2, G3, P2, GS, PS, or T2. Avoid the EVGA B1 and G1 series/ I bought a EVGA G3 with 7year garentee
https://outervision.com/power-supply-calculator
Power supply Calculator
or a corsair 500 600 cxm there not very expensive but quite good not my cup of tea but quite cheap.
 

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