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PC crash every time I play a game for too long

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Posted 21 April 2018 - 08:20 PM



I own an Asus G75VW since 2012 (laptop) and for a few weeks now it's been brutally crashing (no BSOD, just a black screen/instant shutdown) everytime I play a game for too long, even light games like CK2.

All my drivers are up to date, W10 is updated.


It has happenned to me before but everytime it was because my Geforce drivers were not up to date, and I fixed the issue by simply updating.


I've checked the events viewer but it doesn't seem to offer any piece of information other than that the previous shutdown was not planned.


I guess it can be hardware related.


What do you think?


Thank you in advance!

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Posted 24 April 2018 - 09:49 PM

I conjecture it's a temperature issue. How about using HWiNFO to monitor your temps? To avoid unwanted software, please download the portable version.

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