AdviceBlack Screen while Gaming
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Ryzen 5 5600x
Msi Gtx 1070
G.Skill Z Neo 3600mhz Cl16
Msi B550 Tomahawk
Thermaltake Smart PRO RGB 650W 80+ Bronze

This is my configuration. When i play Arma 3 the screen goes black, the fans start speeding up and then i have to shut the pc down manually. Previously i played Ready or Not for 2 hours without no issue, but then i played again and it did the same about 5-10min later. So, intensive games or not, apparently it just shuts down. Could it be the low power psu?

I also ran a Furmark test and not even one minute in, it did the same thing with the black screen. Temperatures at the start of test was 56>57>58>59. Then at 59 degrees, i got the black screen. So, i don't think the gpu is overheating.
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650 should be plenty for that system. Might be a thermals issue or a bad driver update. Force uninstall them first, use the nvidia installer and see if it changes. Furmark tests decently but not a full on stress that modern games can produce.
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R0bbyE wrote Ryzen 5 5600x
Msi Gtx 1070
G.Skill Z Neo 3600mhz Cl16
Msi B550 Tomahawk
Thermaltake Smart PRO RGB 650W 80+ Bronze

This is my configuration. When i play Arma 3 the screen goes black, the fans start speeding up and then i have to shut the pc down manually. Previously i played Ready or Not for 2 hours without no issue, but then i played again and it did the same about 5-10min later. So, intensive games or not, apparently it just shuts down. Could it be the low power psu?

I also ran a Furmark test and not even one minute in, it did the same thing with the black screen. Temperatures at the start of test was 56>57>58>59. Then at 59 degrees, i got the black screen. So, i don't think the gpu is overheating.


If the GPU isn't overheating, it's most likely a bad GPU or a bad GPU driver.
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