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Yes No I don't know View Results Poll Finishes In 3 Days.Discuss in The LoungePoll History About Us | Advertising Info | Privacy Policy | Terms Of Use and Sale | I have thought to two things that could be the issue. Check your heatsink and add another fan if your case allows. 3) The actual card itself. 0 JCMonkey Location ------------->Posts: 12 Mighty November 2013 @TakaMichinoku said: The graphics card that came I am not overclocking or anything just trying to get to the bottom of this. check over here

WOAH! My PC Specs MOBO : Asus Z87-K USB3.0 Motherboard CPU : Intel Haswell i7 4770k 4.3GHz Overclocked - Come Overclocked CPU Fan : Xigmatek Gaia SD1283 Silent Heatpipe MEMORY : not super high settings, but the game runs good. Report • #14 Derek April 24, 2012 at 11:32:31 Well, I'm down to long shots now.

Computer Keeps Restarting After Installing New Graphics Card

or was it the PSU?... or what am I looking at here Last edited by Nocodelukin; 09-10-2013, 02:17 AM. If you still have problem it'll be more likely a hard issue.

It started one day and it just kept getting worse. Report • #26 LasurArkinshade May 3, 2012 at 13:11:33 After a bit of research, I believe these crashes involving artifacts may be a driver issue. max temps of 60-66 and its been quite some times since i had a purple screen. Depending on the OS you run you need different amounts of RAM, then depending on how it is set up and how it is using the RAM affects the amount of

The oldest parts are the motorboard/CPU so there's a possibility. Graphics Card Causing Computer To Restart or do I just need to upgrade my power spply Share Flag This conversation is currently closed to new comments. 17 total posts (Page 1 of 2)   01 | 02 It took me almost 2 weeks, but my problem is FINALLY SOLVED. Update the bios.

I'm also hoping it's a software or driver issue, but I doubt that would cause the PC to cut out completely, a software issue is more likely just to cause a So i have exchanged my video card due to it be under 3 years warranty , as looking up from where i got it from on Amazon the GTX 770 has Tolerances are +/- 5% except for the -12 volts which is +/- 10%.The gray wire is really important. Computer crashes and reboots after a few seconds on 3d test Collapse X Collapse Posts Latest Activity Search Page of 1 Filter Time All Time Today Last Week Last Month Show

Graphics Card Causing Computer To Restart

PC black screens and reboots during gaming. Their web site usually tells me that "A device driver caused a STOP command to be sent to the processor causing the computer to restart," or something similar. Computer Keeps Restarting After Installing New Graphics Card People said it could be the timer recovery thing w.e that is, I tried editing the registry but the problem kept happening. Gpu Causes Reboot Instead, the only crash I have had today was while watching a YouTube video, just after setting it to fullscreen.

Only two things i can think of that is doing this issue Video Card or Power Supply if its none of them then i will be back to trying to work I'm also from the UK (Kent).Always pop back and let us know the outcome - thanks Report • #10 Fingers April 17, 2012 at 20:26:22 I believe that the problem is Download CCleaner and try to cleanup registry issue. Any ideas from anyone else? Gpu-z

Black screen and buzzing Can't find your answer ? Fantastic 968 Nightcrawler 605 Nova 848 Psylocke 1.2K Punisher 1.1K Rocket Raccoon 1.8K Rogue 1.2K Scarlet Witch 298 She-Hulk 799 Silver Surfer 1.9K Spider-Man 893 Squirrel Girl 563 Star-Lord 1.5K Storm Looking online it seems gamers have the same issues, but there's so many things that could be wrong like graphics card, overheating, PSU, etc. this content Tags:Asus / Gtx560 ti directcu ii (1g...Crashcrashesnvidiaasusgtx 560gtx560tino signalmonitorvideogamingGamesgeforce LasurArkinshade April 17, 2012 at 05:29:14 Specs: Windows 7 64-bit (no service pack installed), Intel Core i7 920 (Quad), 2.66Ghz, 6GB DDR3

Could it still be a power issue? I did everything Google told me to do. games and internet apps, the computer reboots.

I have no idea whats happening.

And again, I have experienced no crashes while gaming. I have been in discussions where people have lost video cards and hard drives due to bad/cheap PSU's so don't just count that as a peripheral, It is a major integral But if you have ripped the PCI-E connector out of the motherboard there is no way you are going to be able to fix it. Report • #30 LasurArkinshade May 4, 2012 at 03:05:36 Yeah, I know of Newegg, and I would order from them, but as you said, they only ship to the US and

I Am at f4 with bios, and up to date video drivers. there's no hardware issue. or if you replace your psu and still have the problem that would probably save us all the trouble. have a peek at these guys no more cutouts!!!

Update: So I tried some solutions online like disabling an Nvidia audio driver and turning off the windows fast startup. If there is a Intel CPU & Intel Chip Set M'Board I would be looking at the Power Supply being the issue.However if you have an AMD CPU or a Intel I would send back the card. "refurbished" means fixing a broken card. I have a much lower end GPU than you do and I can run Marvel Heroes at max settings with acceptable frame rates (not spectacular but acceptable) without overheating thanks to