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Freezing Problems

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#1 Baygee83


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Posted 15 April 2015 - 12:40 AM

I am having problems with Elite Dangerous. I can play anywhere from 5 minutes to an hour then my computer will freeze up and restart. With the rig I am using this shouldn't be a problem. Noone can tell whats going on I have ran sfc/scannow and it said there were a couple of corrupted files but were repaired. Optimized my drives. Optimized my settings using NVidia game experience. I am running a single monitor with a NVidia gtx 750 ti gpu 16gb ram 6 core 3.6 ghz processor. I read everywhere I could and I should be having no problems. I even lowered the graphic quality even tho every auto detect I have done have put me between ultra settings and custom that were very nearly the ultra settings. Can anyone help atleast get me in the right direction this is a brand new computer! also it came with a NVidia gtx650 but I pgraded the day the computer came in. I uninstalled the drivers and installed the new ones. I am completely confused please help!

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#2 CG_5


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Posted 04 May 2015 - 11:41 PM

Hi there,


How many watts is your PSU? Your components might not be getting enough power...

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Posted 05 July 2015 - 05:27 PM

If you upgraded the GPU you should have checked the power usage difference in watts between the gtx 650 and 750 and then see if that number gets close to the PSU rating. It's always good practice to only use up to 60% of your PSU normally at full load so it leaves room for future upgrades.

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