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  1. Hello, im new here, desperate btw. (Ill attach specs with dxdiag because im lazy, location of pc and benchmark results) The pc started to fatally freeze while gaming, displaying black screen with the hdmi symbol and fans rolling at full speed until i reboot or shut down the pc. So i went to DL2 crash log, previously happened with Halo infinite. and showed DXGI error device removed, i found a fix for regedit creating DWORD value 0 named TdrLevel, so far so good for several days until yesterday crashed again. After some more research it narrowed down to the PSU being faulty maybe, i dont know how to test it but i saw another video of the guy with the same issue touching connectors and having that freeze, the solderings were broken or something like that. So i download aida64 to see a bit more detail on the pc and run the benchmark also forcing the gpu and warned me that the TdrDelay value was too low and the program will fix it, so it was also related to my gpu freeze, i reboot and run the benchmark, instantly 5 seconds into it, all cores to 97° 100° constant and cpu throttling up to 40% or so, ran the benchmark for 3 minutes and i stopped because of fear, minute after ran again for half a minute and same results. I cleaned the case with air compressor few weeks ago so i dont think its dirt the main suspect of overheating. I have this pc for around 6 years already, built it myself, used mainly for gaming and some years of rendering in AE, is the time of my pc coming to an end? I should upgrade the cooling? Any clues whats happening to the Graphics card? Maybe i should dismantle it and repair the connectors if they are broken but i dont have great pulse for soldering. Important note is that i bought a new ssd OS dedicated but the windows doesnt work properly(for example i cant write on the searchbox along with other bugs) with this windows i started having these fatal crashes, im thinking about reinstalling another version, but i remember some time ago if i hit or move the pc it would reboot or shut down but never looked into it as i only hit it couple times unintentionally, so basically i have 2 problems, something might be happening with the input power to the gpu and also overheating to the cpu(might be thermal paste? Still has the original 6 years old, but i read they can last for a decade). Any ideas? Thank you very much guys for your attention by the way. Another note as i ran another test before publishing, the cpu throttling only appears when i press Stress FPU and/or Stress Cache along with max temperature, which i have no clue what FPU is, with only Stress CPU it goes 80°-90° with no throttling.
  2. Hi everyone, Here are the specs, Aorus Master x570 Ryzen 9 5900x @ 4GHZ 4 sticks of 8gb Trident Z Neo @ XMP 3733MHz Aorus Master RX 6800XT (not overclocked but sometimes I enable the rage mod in WARZONE) Corsair HX850i At idle temps are amazing GPU 29-36, CPU 35-40 While gaming 45 - 65(rarely) GPU 55 - 70 (70+ rarely depending on the game) BUT, PCH diode almost never goes below 70, and when gaming goes around 80-82 I am trying to figure out why my pc does random restarts, so thinking this could be one of the problems. Initially I thought it's a PSU problem and needed an upgrade so temporarily disconnected few RGB accessories, dropped CPU 4.2 to 4GHZ and 3800MHz to 3733MHz not to stress my PSU until I get a 1000W. Haven't had any restarts for almost 2 months, today had 3 restarts in one day. PSU is 5 almost 5 years old. All other parts in PC are less than a Year old. Any suggestions or ideas are welcome and thank you in advance for the time:)
  3. Hello, I am using the HP Elitebook 840 G7 with the Intel Core i5-10210U Processor, which has the specs from here - https://store.hp.com/us/en/pdp/hp-elitebook-840-g7-notebook-pc-customizable-8pz96av-mb After I got it delivered, I installed Aida 64 Extreme on it in order to run System Stability Test. The test showed Overheating detected, even before I had started the test. After doing so, the first time there was a throttling of 50% (not captured on screenshot), but here on the screenshots the maximum value was 40%. While getting these 40% the cpu got around 90 degrees hot (Celsius). I read the forum before and saw that advice to restart the laptop and try running the test again which might help with this overheating detected message appearance but here it didn't help. Can you assist me in solving the situation here? I am bothered of the overheating warning. Since it is a brand new product (not second hand) it seems awkward to me.
  4. Hello. My cpu idle temps are around 30 degrees, but when running the stress test (all turned on) my CPU overheats and throttles... My system specs are: i9 10900KF (I didn't overclock it) Noctua D15 RTX 2070 32GB G.Skill 3600Mhz RAM 1000w Platinum PSU Gigabyte Z490I AORUS ULTRA Mini ITX Is this normal? I literally rebuilt the PC 5 times by now, reapplied thermal paste to a different one, made sure all cables are properly attached, etc. With prime95 and OCCT I get lower temps and doesn't throttle, but with AIDA with all turned on it does. And with only FPU if throttles even faster. I don't get a BSOF or ant error message. I didn't tried leaving the test run for longer after seeing the "overheating"/throttling message because of being scared of damaging the cpu. Please help! I'm scared
  5. Hey there, I recently purchased asus vivobook s15 s510un it comes with i7 8550u, 8gb ddr4 ram, 1tb hdd and mx150. It runs so slow because of hdd so i purchased a m.2 ssd and a 8gb ram stick, I know a guy who works in asus i called him and he upgraded my laptop, then I remember that stock thermals are not so impressive, so I said him to change my thermal paste with arctic mx4, so this guy wiped my old thermal paste just once actually he doesn't did a good job in wiping thermal and he applied mx4 in too much quantity from that time if i game(hitman or csgo) it reaches 99 celsius(it's not like it reaches at 99 and then it drops, continuous on 99 celsius during gaming and stress test) so I decided to run aida64 test and the test shows me overheating and cpu throttling(42%). So, If I will change my thermal paste again, this time with good wiping and apply mx4 in good quantity, then what you guy think will my laptop's overheating solve after that ? Note: When I did stress test in aida64 before changing thermal paste everything was working good no overheating and throttling. Here is a screenshots
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