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You rang?

Can't find a picture of the PSU's lable, but Newegg states that it has a single 12 volt rail at 36 amps or 432 watts. OP's gpu should use no more than 170 watts, so 262 watts for the rest of the system so it should be just fine.


This is most likely not a hardware issue. This is either a driver issue or an issue with the game(s) being played. Update system drives and GPU drivers.
I just found a hardware review of that card, it is 177W


Plus this is his general system.

450 isn't enough for everything he is running.


The 980 is 175W, his card is 177W...
 
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Can't find a picture of the PSU's lable, but Newegg states that it has a single 12 volt rail at 36 amps or 432 watts. OP's gpu should use no more than 170 watts, so 262 watts for the rest of the system so it should be just fine.


This is most likely not a hardware issue. This is either a driver issue or an issue with the game(s) being played. Update system drives and GPU drivers.
Its on the latest drivers

Can these problems be because of a cpu bottleneck because my cpu uses on games are like 98%
 

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Its on the latest drivers

Can these problems be because of a cpu bottleneck because my cpu uses on games are like 98%
See my previous reply.
 
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See my previous reply.
But my cpu and gpu do not have any problem because it uses the 177 watts whit no problem cpu hits 100% and gpu and like i said one of the games said somthing about driver somthing i'm waiting until it crashes
 

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But my cpu and gpu do not have any problem because it uses the 177 watts whit no problem cpu hits 100% and gpu and like i said one of the games said somthing about driver somthing i'm waiting until it crashes
Your power supply is too low for what you are running, i posted a link of it.

But my cpu and gpu do not have any problem because it uses the 177 watts whit no problem cpu hits 100% and gpu and like i said one of the games said somthing about driver somthing i'm waiting until it crashes
What game is that, you are being vague again...
 

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So u recommend a 750 psu
A Corsair RM power supply- Higher quality unit. Or a EVGA Gold unit, Seasonic, Superflower. 650-700W.
 

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Need to spend more money i guess
Never skimp on the powersupply, everything else can be but without the power supply capacity and being a well built unit leads to instability and worst case a fried system, remember your last motherboard and gpu you just replaced...
 
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Never skimp on the powersupply, everything else can be but without the power supply capacity and being a well built unit leads to instability and worst case a fried system, remember your last motherboard and gpu you just replaced...
So ama save up until i have enough money for psu then cpu then ram

Btw my game never crashed again for some reason
 

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Could of been a update but point being get the power supply, and then ram (16GB), the cpu is ok, however i would get a aftermarket cooler if you intend on overclocking.
 
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Could of been a update but point being get the power supply, and then ram (16GB), the cpu is ok, however i would get a aftermarket cooler if you intend on overclocking.
For me its not ok because the cpu is having some trouble in some games loading thing so i need the few extra cores and threads

And now i'm stress testing the gpu and the cpu to see if i have performance issues like to low power usage but for now it seems fine cpu at 100% and gpu uses his 177 watts
 

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For me its not ok because the cpu is having some trouble in some games loading thing so i need the few extra cores and threads

And now i'm stress testing the gpu and the cpu to see if i have performance issues like to low power usage but for now it seems fine cpu at 100% and gpu uses his 177 watts
Well grab a 1600AF, 2600X, or 3600.
 
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Your power supply is too low for what you are running, i posted a link of it.
No it's not. That power calculator is nuts.

W1zzard tested the 2200G with a GTX 1080 and system power consumption was 262 watts.
 

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Product page recommends 450
AMD specs at 550, normally I would say there is a reasonable margin there but if he is overclocking everything possibly not, best way to test if it is that is to lower detail in game considerably and down clock GPU, if game runs without crashing chances are it is the PSU, theoretically it shouldn't be though ...………..

 
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Just out of curiosity isn’t the recommended psu 500 or 550 watts for 5600xt? OP shows he has a 450........
And a weak model at that


Here is our power supply recommendation:

Radeon RX 5600 XT - On your average system we recommend a 500 Watt power supply unit. If you are going to overclock your GPU or processor, then we do recommend you purchase something with some more stamina.
The card was overclocked. It's not so bad that it's going to blow something up, but I would not be surprised at stability issues at peak loads... considering bot the size and quality of the PSU

And which VS450 ... there were 4 different versions, last of which was made by HEC, others by CWT

VS450 (CP-9020009) - max load tested (12v) was 360 watts. Not tested by any of the reputable PSU review sites.

Ones I was able to find ((75-001835 / CP-9020049) indicated cheap caps, low efficiency and poor voltage regulation. Would love to see what Event Viewer Log says about the crashes.
 
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And a weak model at that




The card was overclocked. It's not so bad that it's going to blow something up, but I would not be surprised at stability issues at peak loads... considering bot the size and quality of the PSU

And which VS450 ... there were 4 different versions, last of which was made by HEC, others by CWT

VS450 (CP-9020009) - max load tested (12v) was 360 watts. Not tested by any of the reputable PSU review sites.

Ones I was able to find ((75-001835 / CP-9020049) indicated cheap caps, low efficiency and poor voltage regulation. Would love to see what Event Viewer Log says about the crashes.
Now you know ehat I saw, either way this guy says no instability now so i say case closed till the psu goes pop.
 
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Now you know ehat I saw, either way this guy says no instability now so i say case closed till the psu goes pop.
i stress tested cpu and gpu and the gpu was just fine doing its not whit the psu i think the trash AMD drivers are doing it
 
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It may be different, but a bug that repeatedly restarts or suddenly closes the game with Windows update seems to be talking about
 
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I just found a hardware review of that card, it is 177W


Plus this is his general system.

450 isn't enough for everything he is running.


The 980 is 175W, his card is 177W...

450w is enough.

i stress tested cpu and gpu and the gpu was just fine doing its not whit the psu i think the trash AMD drivers are doing it
Is it any game that crashes.?
Is your system a fresh install of windows ? did you upgrade from previous components without reinstalling?
Have you tried a full DDU? (DDU is a driver uninstall\cleanup utility)

Edit:
You can also try this in amd control panel:
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And simply disable all.

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450w is enough.



Is it any game that crashes.?
Is your system a fresh install of windows ? did you upgrade from previous components without reinstalling?
Have you tried a full DDU? (DDU is a driver uninstall\cleanup utility)

Edit:
You can also try this in amd control panel:
View attachment 148083

And simply disable all.

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I think the drivers was doing wierd

Btw if u wanna wat games

Black ops 3
Csgo
Monster Hunting World
Fortnite

And one stress test crashed also
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Your stress test is failing.
What does that tell you?
 

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I made a video which shows the steps I did to fix all my 5600 xt issues completely and how to get rid of adrenalin software (which causes the most problems)
 
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What have all you people been smoking before giving PSU recommendations here? This is a >180W GPU with an overcloked 65W 4c4t APU (that at 4GHz all-core is likely not even hitting 100W) and nothing else of note. Even if every part in this PC was pushed as far as it could go, it would never crack 350W under any realistic load, let alone 450W. That is of course not to say that a bad quality PSU can't be the cause of the issue, but PSU output capacity is not the issue. Manufacturer PSU recommendations are always overblown to account for shitty PSUs and people having tons of stuff in their PCs. A 650W or higher PSU for a build like this is extreme overkill - you can run a 2080Ti and stock 9900K on 650W with no issues. My Ryzen 5 1600X (same arch, worse node, 2 more cores, 8 more threads), 275W Fury X and full custom water loop pulls around 400-420W at the wall under stress tests. With ~90% efficiency that translates to ~370W internal draw - which is what PSUs are rated for. It might be that the OP needs a better quality PSU, but they don't need a higher output one (of course its difficult to find high quality PSUs below 550W, but that's another matter entirely).

I would suspect the RAM OC first. If that's not it, try lowering the CPU OC, if that doesn't help, try a DDU driver reinstall. Of course Google known issues with your games and your GPU. Testing a new PSU might also be worth it, but don't be fooled into thinking any problems with that are due to the card needing more power than the PSU is rated to supply - there's no way this PC is even close to that. If there are PSU issues, they are PSU quality issues.
 
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