After i installed my new Asus RTX 2080 yesterday my pc shuts down all the time, while playing games, i got more than enought cooling for my cpu, my card is at 50 ish, and ive tried cleaning my psu, ive tested everything i can test, my mobo is ASUS ROG STRIX Z390-F with i9 9900k. ive tried removing ram ive reinstalled, b4 the upgrade i had dual 970's so going down to only 1 card should draw more power, but i am starting to wonder if it must be the psu, if it aint the actual rtx 2080, any ideas?
i realise im spamming my own forum rn, but i just need to ask, u know those Plastic protection caps that is on the "sli" "ports" on the gpu, i just took it off, i know this might be an stupid question, but at this point i dont have any idea, can that be the issue, that the plastic was leading electricity to eathother or something? "feel free to make fun of my btw" xD
Installed an Corsair Rm750i today, actually played an full game of cs without crashing, ill do some more playing and ill be back to let u know if i just got lucky or if it actually was the fix thx for the help for now!
Hey again! ive been both streaming and playing games for a long duration today! and to be fair, i havent had an single issue! so i guess that means the issue is solved! thx so mutch for you're help! now ill have an great pc for many years to come!