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PC Randomly Crashes (only games!)

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#1 adi022000


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Posted 17 August 2017 - 04:26 AM

Hello guys!

At the beginning I would like to appologize for any gramma or language mistakes, I am originally from outside of US or England. 

So I have recentlu bought a new PC, here is it's specification:
- Ryzen 5 1600
- MSI B350 Gaming Pro Carbon
- 2x4GB 3000MHz Corsair Vengeance
- Windows 10 Home
- Be Quiet! Dark Rock Pro 3

- Be QUiet! Pure Power 10 600W
- Asus GT 730 1GB   (GTX 1080 MSI Gaming X+ comming soon)


So before this PC I was using an old HP PC with added 4GB of DDR3 and this GT 730, everything was working perfectly good. How I have changed everything except the GPU due to mining and price explosion. How I have a problem and I don't know how to deal with it:

Everything works just fine till I turn on any game, the only exception here is Hearthstone. I am playing, everything works ok, and all of the sudden game crushes. I have to go to Proces Menager and kill it. Sometimes, If I wait a looong while, make some Alt+Tab combos or just try to press Windows+D the game magically unfreezes and everything works just well... For next like 5-10 minutes, and game crushes/freezes or just pauses and unstops after a moment, just to start everything once again.

I have no idea what can make it work this way :/
I have turned all BIOS-OC off, just to make sure it's all set the way it was just taken out of the box. As far as I know everything has a driver installed, nVidia has it's newest, AMD Chipset and everything is kept up to data as well. MSI Live Update and nVidia Experience are keeping the watch, I am also often checning their websites to check if any drivers are outdated.

Do anyone have any idea?

The programs I noticed to tend to crash the PC:
League Of Legends, Rocket League, Minecraft, Fifa 17, NBA2k15, Planetary Anihilation: TITANS, Civ 5, World Of Tanks, Cube World (all of it are games)

Edited by hamluis, 17 August 2017 - 05:23 PM.
Moved from Computer Gaming to W10 Spt - Hamluis.

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