That power supply most likely is the wrong form factor and wouldn't even fit his computer. I would suggest you step back from making recommendations until you learn to have some idea about what it is you are actually doing. These are real people spending real money. Pretty clearly, you don't know what you are doing and you might cause somebody a real problem.That seems it is to low voltage. I recommend this Power Supply Unit (PSU)
also my problem only happens on specific games not all gamesSo this is a prebuilt HP system?
Your power supply looks like this?
i tried and nothing changed the same happens, btw when the pc restarts all the fans stop then launch again it's like shutting down then launching right away :/Try this:
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Can you take a picture of the label on the PSU and post it here?
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can you please show me in pics how i use the HWinfoI suggest to run HWinfo and check your PSU voltages. To do a stability test and at the same to test the power drawing of the PSU, you can stress the CPU and the GPU at the same time. To stress the cpu there are multiple soft, prime95, aida64, 7zip, and to stress the gpu I recommend Unigine's Heaven demo. Keep an eye on the power drawing and the other eye on the GPU/CPU temps (you can use HWinfo for this aswell). If it crashes as soon as you put on stress CPU and GPU, then it may be what @Illustrious suggest at first.
well i just ended the test and results as follows:At the same time. You can try CPU first, then GPU, and then both. HWinfo is easy to use. Just run it and click on "Sensors only", and then click on "run". You will see lot of data. You are interested on the data that ends on ºC (temperature) and that ends on V (voltage). You can open 2 hwinfo64 and put them together, one for the CPU tab and the other one for the GPU, so you can check both at the same time. Also, you can check on the mobo tab the 3/5/12 voltages.
the cpu temp i copied it from the CPU DTS so i dont know its the wanted one or what85ºC is too high for a CPU. Did you check the GPU temp before the crash? If it was near 70ºC or below then its the PSU.
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