[SOLVED] MY PC Automatically Shutdown and Then Restart when Playing Games

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When i just Open a Game MY PC Automatically Shutdown and Then Restart Back Again , occurs only when gaming

i have checked the Heat it's good no Heat , CPU good Condition , Ram good ,,GPU in GOOD Condition Too ,MY SPECS Are :


Motherboard : Foxconn 2ABF
i5-2500K 3.3ghz ( Not Overclocked )
12GB RAM DDR3
GTX 650 1GB GDDR5
SSD : 250 GB Kingston
HDD : 500GB
LCD Display Monitor: 22 Inch
System : Windows 10 64bit 1903
PSU: 300W

Please Help i'm tired of Getting Shutdowns every time can you help me out


Note : that i have tried to stress the GPU once i pressed Stress the PC automatically Shutdown !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
 

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300w is not adequate for that system. NVidia recommend a minimum of 400w when using a GTX 650 https://www.geforce.com/hardware/desktop-gpus/geforce-gtx-650/specifications

I would pick a good quality 450w. I would not use the pc at all until you replace the psu. If the psu fails it can damage other components. Every time you use the system it is at risk with your current psu.
I will Buy a used One , Can you Provide me a suggestions on how to check that the USED PSU is Good Before buying ? i'm guessing i'll get a 450-500w
do you have a check list i have to see while buying ?

any recommendation Is Appreciated
 
I will Buy a used One , Can you Provide me a suggestions on how to check that the USED PSU is Good Before buying ? i'm guessing i'll get a 450-500w
do you have a check list i have to see while buying ?

any recommendation Is Appreciated
I cannot recommend buying a secondhand psu, sorry. It is the one component that if it fails can damage all other components. When you buy a good quality psu from a reputable brand you get a warranty that covers the psu and any damage it causes to your system if it fails or is defective.

The only way to test a psu is with specialist equipment.
 

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I cannot recommend buying a secondhand psu, sorry. It is the one component that if it fails can damage all other components. When you buy a good quality psu from a reputable brand you get a warranty that covers the psu and any damage it causes to your system if it fails or is defective.

The only way to test a psu is with specialist equipment.
i really wish a New Brand PSU but my Budget is Only 23$ That's why i did say i'll get a Used One
can a 23$ get a good PSU ?
if i got a used One is there any process to do it to test it or something like this ?

Thanks in advance .
 
i really wish a New Brand PSU but my Budget is Only 23$ That's why i did say i'll get a Used One
can a 23$ get a good PSU ?
if i got a used One is there any process to do it to test it or something like this ?

Thanks in advance .
Without specialist equipment that can put a load on the psu and accurately measure the voltages there is no meaningful way to test the psu. I do appreciate that budget is a concern but I won’t recommend something that has a greater risk.
 

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