Question PC reboots randomly in game

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unplug the hdd from system and did you check the error code prime 95 give to you on test .
I will try to unplug the HDD as soon as possible.

Considering Prime 95: there are actually 2 messages: "Fatal error: rounding was 0.5, expected less than 0.4", and "hardware failure detected runningf 1120K FFT size". It's the same error for both threads that failed.

I will try another test with Prime 95 to see if i can reproduce the issue.

I have may have something new: i had 3 crashes in 2 days with Darktide, so i tried to monitore the game with OCCT and HW Info. And luckily (...) i had another reboot 20 min after.
This is OCCT, 10 min before the crash:
https://www.dropbox.com/s/jkqtbpx903s8dv6/Darktide 1.PNG?dl=0

I also have HW Infos Logs:
https://www.dropbox.com/s/yws91pg5qhcpame/Logs HWinfo Darktide.csv?dl=0

I hope it helps...
 

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as soon as cpu hit 70 c system drop what cooler you have on it check if it not jiggling when fans ram up and last time you dust off system 1 would try a repaste and test temp again other then that you will have to strip system to minimal part since prime says a defective hardware maybe the files you use to test in prime are to big for cpu l3 cache .
 
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as soon as cpu hit 70 c system drop what cooler you have on it check if it not jiggling when fans ram up and last time you dust off system 1 would try a repaste and test temp again other then that you will have to strip system to minimal part since prime says a defective hardware maybe the files you use to test in prime are to big for cpu l3 cache .
Nothing is jiggeling, and i already repasted the cpu. Temperatures seems very reasonable to me.
Considering Prime 95 results, i'm not sure that i understand your point. If i understand well, it said that the CPU has 2 faulty threads. I tried to test it again, with the same results: threads n 2 and 6 are victims of harware failure during the process.
 
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to bad we would not be able to solve the issue unless someone else have a clue .
Well, it seems that this type of problem is really hard to diagnose. I saw a lot of people on other forums having the same problem, and it seems that it's either a PSU issue, or just the processor.
I wish i could test every component with another PC, but it's just not possible. I see one last solution: RMA.
 
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Just a small update: in december, i sent the CPU for RMA. I received another one one week after, and everything is fine since then.
 

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