Question New PC always freezes and restarts when playing games and running rendering applications

May 27, 2022
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Hi All,

I just assembled a PC with the following specifications:

CPU: Intyel Core i9 11900KF
THERMAL PASTE : Grizzly Kryonaut 1g
CPU Cooler: Cooler Master MasterLiquid ML240L V2 RGB
GPU: MSI RTX-3060Ti Ventus 2X 8G
Motherboard: Asus ROG Strix B560-I Gaming WIfi
PSU: COOLER MASTER - V750 SFX GOLD
RAM: Gskill Sniper X DDR4 32GB (2x16GB) PC28800 3600MHz
CASE: darkFlash DLH21 Black - Mini ITX
STORAGE: WD Green nvme SN350 1TB
STORAGE 2: Adata SX-8200 1TB
OPERATING SYSTEM : Windows 10 Pro 64
DISPLAY : AOC Gaming Monitor 27G2 27" 144mhz 1ms
All drivers are updates (inc. BIOS and Graphic )

After all assembled and installed all applications including updating all drivers, freeze and then restart problems began to arise when playing games such as: RDR2, CoD Modern Warfare and Flight Simulator. I also tried the stability test with the AIDA64 application, it appears that the cpu is overheating even though the throttle is only at 16-19%, then the pc freezes and restarts again.
Then I tried to consult with some friends, the suggestions were various, but most suggested the main cause was the Mini ITX Case which was too narrow so the CPU was hot. Even though I use aio water cooling to anticipate this heat problem. Then they asked me to change the settings in the asus bios, to turn off Intel Adaptive Boost Tech and Asus Performance Enhancement 2.0.
It turns out that the freeze and restart problem is indeed gone, it's just that I'm not satisfied because the i9's cpu capabilities are not maximal.

What really happened?
  1. Is the processor overheating in the mini ITX case?
  2. Is the aio watercooling 2 fan unable to compensate for the heat of the i9?
  3. Is there a problem with the PSU power (only 750w)?
  4. Are there any existing windows system problems?
Then what should I do so that the problem does not occur again and the pc can work optimally:
  1. Replace the casing with a larger size? any suggestion? But not too big.
  2. Replace the watercooling 3 fans?
  3. Replace the PSU?
  4. Any other input or suggestions?
Thanks in advance....
 
Hi All,

I just assembled a PC with the following specifications:

CPU: Intyel Core i9 11900KF
THERMAL PASTE : Grizzly Kryonaut 1g
CPU Cooler: Cooler Master MasterLiquid ML240L V2 RGB
GPU: MSI RTX-3060Ti Ventus 2X 8G
Motherboard: Asus ROG Strix B560-I Gaming WIfi
PSU: COOLER MASTER - V750 SFX GOLD
RAM: Gskill Sniper X DDR4 32GB (2x16GB) PC28800 3600MHz
CASE: darkFlash DLH21 Black - Mini ITX
STORAGE: WD Green nvme SN350 1TB
STORAGE 2: Adata SX-8200 1TB
OPERATING SYSTEM : Windows 10 Pro 64
DISPLAY : AOC Gaming Monitor 27G2 27" 144mhz 1ms
All drivers are updates (inc. BIOS and Graphic )

After all assembled and installed all applications including updating all drivers, freeze and then restart problems began to arise when playing games such as: RDR2, CoD Modern Warfare and Flight Simulator. I also tried the stability test with the AIDA64 application, it appears that the cpu is overheating even though the throttle is only at 16-19%, then the pc freezes and restarts again.
Then I tried to consult with some friends, the suggestions were various, but most suggested the main cause was the Mini ITX Case which was too narrow so the CPU was hot. Even though I use aio water cooling to anticipate this heat problem. Then they asked me to change the settings in the asus bios, to turn off Intel Adaptive Boost Tech and Asus Performance Enhancement 2.0.
It turns out that the freeze and restart problem is indeed gone, it's just that I'm not satisfied because the i9's cpu capabilities are not maximal.

What really happened?
  1. Is the processor overheating in the mini ITX case?
  2. Is the aio watercooling 2 fan unable to compensate for the heat of the i9?
  3. Is there a problem with the PSU power (only 750w)?
  4. Are there any existing windows system problems?
Then what should I do so that the problem does not occur again and the pc can work optimally:
  1. Replace the casing with a larger size? any suggestion? But not too big.
  2. Replace the watercooling 3 fans?
  3. Replace the PSU?
  4. Any other input or suggestions?
Thanks in advance....
Why are people sticking a top notch. power hungry and hot processors on inadequate MBs and in piss -ant cases and then complaining about heat and performance loss ?
Even if CPU is not overheating other components like chipset can overheat too.
 
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