Question PC Auto restart / No display after open any game

Hellcryer

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Hi Guys,

i have a problem with my current PC, when i opened any games / GPU load, the pc will automatically restart, sometimes no display, having this problem for 2-3 weeks now,

As far as i can see, this auto restart only happened when the GPU is on high load, mostly when open games, other than games, no auto restart happened,

My currect Specs :-

Intel Core i3 9100f
Powercolor Red Dragon Radeon RX 570
8GB PNY XLR8 8GB 3200mhz
Asrock B365 Phantom Gaming
Old PSU - Seasonic 620 -> changed to -> 1st Player Steampunk 650w 80+ Gold,
1 SSD and 2 HDD

Tested :

Bought new PSU 1st Player Steampunk 650w 80+ Gold - no auto restart for 1 weeks after replaced, but yesterday, it happened again,
Bought new RAM , same model, nothing changed
Memtest for RAM, no Error
Hard Disk Sentinel - All HDD and SSD is in good Health
OCCT Test (30mins Test) - CPU/ RAM all good,
OCCT Test Problem - Test 3D - GPU High Load - instant restart
Test Power option - instant restart
Clear/Remove Cmos, same problem happened,
All temperature are below 40 idle,

Currently i have no idea why this auto restart happened, been using this setup for almost 2 years, no problem before,

Please help,

thanks.
 

Vyrvelata

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It sounds like PSU... The PSU can be overloaded by component peak power draw, sometimes cpu or gpu ( or both) just for a milisecond/second draws more then their TDP, and if the PSU is old, trashy or not calculated for the system peak power is causing shutdown or BSOD.
Try different PSU, i've never heard of that brand. Also if you want, you can power limit ( decloack ) your video card (80% maybe ) and if it helps, its the PSU.
 

Hellcryer

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It sounds like PSU... The PSU can be overloaded by component peak power draw, sometimes cpu or gpu ( or both) just for a milisecond/second draws more then their TDP, and if the PSU is old, trashy or not calculated for the system peak power is causing shutdown or BSOD.
Try different PSU, i've never heard of that brand. Also if you want, you can power limit ( decloack ) your video card (80% maybe ) and if it helps, its the PSU.
to be honest, i just bought the PSU like 2 weeks ago, and it was listed as tier B on psu tier list,
 

Hellcryer

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I had that same problem. With my build it was the gpu overheating. How is all your temps? Maybe check in event viewer for cause of restarts.
before this temperature is around 80c below full load, but i've been cleaning all those fans almost 2 times in a month since lockdown, depends
 

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