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Restarting while playing games

I've had this problem for many months now, and have searched for answers everyone and none have helped, the basic problem is everyone "good" game id like to play that i have i cant because it restarts my computer without warning, games for ex: space engineers, final fantacy 14, dead island. ive replaced my cpu, cpu fan, and even applied new paste thinking it was overheating and causeing a restart (didnt work) ive updated drivers threw manufacter(asus for graphics card, no use) ive tried turning off overclocks and turning them down, still no luck... im on the last step to just buying a new computer, i even tried reformating the whole hard drive and it continued. im unsure if it could still be a power problem another piece of hardware or something software related. if i could get some suggestions on how to fix it that would be great. if you need more information ill supply what i can.

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To start with what are your system specs. including what graphic card you currently have installed, specific memory chips, etc...? What operating system is installed? Review your system and application logs - look for errors or warnings. These should give hint to what is causing the system to shut down. I am assuming you have some flavor of Windows installed. To find the logs go to control panel, administrative tools, event viewer. From there select the system and application logs. If you have multiple RAM chips, try putting them in a different slot. If you only have 1 stick of RAM pull it out and reseat it.

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Another approach would be to change the power supply. Does it offer enough current on all lines or is "just satisfying"?

To be on the safe side it is always a good choice to use a power supply which does offer more current than needed - this will avoid voltage breakdowns at the limit of the power supply and most times power supply fan will not speed up that much resulting in reduced noise.

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to be honest im not sure if it is giveing just enough or not enough, and im not sure how to check it, when i first baught and put the computer together 2 years ago it was fine up till about 9 months ago, i wouldnt be aposed to buying a new power sorce if only i had a good suggestion, i have a full tower but idk if it matters for power supplies.

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Sorry for answering so late.

It is not that easy to check the power consumption of the components on the secondary side (so to say "the inside").

But you can assume the power consumption in general, so you graphics card should state the maximum power consumption in watts within its manual - same to the mainboard, as well as for the CPU (this can often be checked on the manufacturers website), harddrive etc.

In order to have an idea about total power needed in watts, it is best to sum up the maximum power consumption of each component.

So let 's say your gfx card needs 200 watts, your CPU about 100 watts, your mobo around 25 watts, RAM around 5 watts and hdd around 15 watts (just values ...), so your power supply should give you 345 watts ... at minimum. I would go for a 400 or 450 watts one.

In most cases, if you buy a "ready to go" PC, e.g. from HP or Dell, the power supply is adjusted to the actual power need of the PC at that time. If you exchange the gfx cards, e.g., you often have to exchange the power supply, too.

The power a power supply can give you at max is "stamped" on the backside in watts.

You can list your components (manufacturer and model) and I will try to sum it up.

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Same thing happened to me with a brand new PSU. About an hour into a game session it would reboot windows. It happened with many different games. I bought a new PSU and the problem went away.

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Any news on this topic?

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