- 5 months ago
I have rcently built a new PC and it keeps randomly cutting out. The best way I can describe it is like you have overclocked your CPU too much and the PC just cuts out / shuts down. The mobo rgb lights stay on as do the case fans. I have to hold the power button down to turn off the PC, or sometimes this doesn't work and I have to turn off the PSU switch.
It's not temps as cpu doesn't break 70c under 100% load, gpu is around 70c at 100% load.
This problem has happened while the PC is idle and also while playing games.
The PC is set to defaults now, no OC. I thought it might have been the PSU as i kept this from my 7 yr old PC. I've bought a new PSU and the problem still occurs.
Build is: Lian Li O11 Dynamic Case Ryzen 5 2600 CPU Asus Prime X370-PRO mobo Zotac RTX 2060 GPU Corsair PSU 850w (new PSU 750w) Corsair Vengeance Lpx 16gb (2 X 8gb) Memory Kit Pc4-19200 2400mhz Ddr4 Dimm C14 Deepcool Castle 360 RGB AIO Deepcool RGB case fans x4
I would really appreciate your help as I am stumped by this and not sure where to go from here.