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Old 09-07-2009, 10:56 AM   #1
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1024MB XFX ATI HD4890 GDDR5, 4800 series that my graphic card
When i start up my pc, it runs fine and after about 30-60 mins, it suddenly goes black or some other colors. And restarting and shows this.
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But the weird thing is that, then it wont happen again, until i shut down my pc for alot of hours and when i start it up again it happen again, but its only once everytime i start it up. start it up, boom, restarting and after that it never happen again. Might it be the PSU?

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Intel Core 2 Duo E8500 3.16GHz 6MB S-775
ASUS P5Q/SE Intel IP45 S-775
8GB DDR2 PC6400 Kingston HyperX (4x2GB)
1024MB ASUS ATI HD4890 GDDR5 PCI-E
1TB Samsung 7200rpm 32MB SATA2
NZXT HUSH Silent Sort u/PSU
120mm Arctic Cooling AF12025 19dB
550W Corsair VX CMPSU-550VXEU 120mm
Arctic Cooling Freezer 7 Pro S-775

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Old 09-07-2009, 04:26 PM   #2
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Need more power, at least 750.

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Either a power issue as ebackhus has suggested, or else overheating. You really should have at least a 700W for a 4890, 650W at a bare minimum, so I'm tempted to think power as well. Just to make sure, run GPU-Z and tell us what GPU temperatures you're seeing.
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This should be my GPU
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Is that on the desktop or during games?

It's a little hot, but not hot enough to cause it to crash. I would suspect power consumption.
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Desktop. But i can do it during a game, if you want to?

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