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Im having a lot of truble with my Pc


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#1 Forerdow

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Posted 16 June 2016 - 12:47 PM

Specs:

PSU:http://imgur.com/M9zvYP9

GPU: GTX 970

Processor: i5-4450 3.20Ghz

8Gb of ram

Windows 7 Home Premium

 

Hi, my name is Julen and I build this pc sometime ago and I've always have problems with his ''power''. What Im trying to say is that games like Fallout 4 my Pc should be able so move it on high at 60fps, but for some reason I cant even move it at low were it runs at 5fps's. The funny part is that GeForce Experience says to me that im supposed to be able to move it on ultra (http://imgur.com/IEzPZ97). Another game that Im playing right now is Overwatch and the exact same thing, in this case I can move it on low at 40-50fps and if I try to increase something 14-50fps. Here are some extra info that maybe useful:

 

CPU-Z: http://imgur.com/a/ekBJ6

GPU-Z without gaming: http://imgur.com/a/c6mUc http://imgur.com/a/aGmZ9

GPU-Z after gaming: http://imgur.com/a/1O8Yq

Some Hwmonitor: http://www.mediafire.com/download/e6sgs3uzprf26hd/info.rar

 

Thing that I've already try:

-Set power options to high performance.

-Reinstall GPU drivers

-Reset the GPU and the ram


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Posted 16 June 2016 - 02:18 PM

Hello,

What level is your current power supply?  Gold or Silver etc. 

 

Meaning you might be able to do it, but do you have the juice to do it?  What is your MAX power supply out put?  Is that equal or less than that of the sum of the parts you are running? 

 

If not then a Cap could be going bad in the Rectifying stage and as it heats up thermal threshold jumps it down. 

 

Overall you might need a higher rated power supply, or its starting to go.  I couldn't tell you with a DMM reading.

 

hope it helps

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Posted 16 June 2016 - 02:33 PM

Hello,

What level is your current power supply?  Gold or Silver etc. 

 

The psu doesnt has an 80plus, it only gets the 87%

 

What is your MAX power supply out put?  Is that equal or less than that of the sum of the parts you are running? 

 

I dont know how to calculate that :(

 

My psu is this one (the bad part is that it's in spanish): http://www.tooq.es/product_detail.php?id=1454



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Posted 16 June 2016 - 02:39 PM

I cant do that either for you sorry.  In short you have to look at your PSU, see what the MAX output is (in DC)

 

Then go to each device on your computer, drives, cards, motherboard etc, and see what they each require to run. (min and max output)  Then if those are less than the MAX output of your PSU then your psu could be going bad. 

 

But more than likely when you built the PC, your psu was not enough to run the cool parts you put in it.  It does not happen often but it can.

 

I wish I could help you more than that, but the research part is where you come in. 

 

maybe someone else will have a cool short cut, but with out the system in my hands its almost impossible for me  sorry.

 

good luck and I hope that gets you started in the right direction.

 

cz


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Posted 16 June 2016 - 02:47 PM

I cant do that either for you sorry.  In short you have to look at your PSU, see what the MAX output is (in DC)

 

Then go to each device on your computer, drives, cards, motherboard etc, and see what they each require to run. (min and max output)  Then if those are less than the MAX output of your PSU then your psu could be going bad. 

 

But more than likely when you built the PC, your psu was not enough to run the cool parts you put in it.  It does not happen often but it can.

 

I wish I could help you more than that, but the research part is where you come in. 

 

maybe someone else will have a cool short cut, but with out the system in my hands its almost impossible for me  sorry.

 

good luck and I hope that gets you started in the right direction.

 

cz

Ok, so what they require to run is writen on each part? Or do I have to look it online?



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Posted 16 June 2016 - 03:00 PM

some on each part, some you can find the specs online.  I'm afraid there is no standard answer.

 

A program like speccy https://www.piriform.com/speccy

 

Which is a system over view program will help you find the devices and versions so they are easier to look up.

Remember the hardest thing when building a system is power (AKA Watt) requirements.  Watts are a time consistent of current and voltage... If I remember correctly :-)

 

Good luck


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