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PC freezes after 5-20 minutes playing a game (Lineage 2)

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I had this problem from the first time I installed Lineage 2 to my pc!

 

I would play normally for 10-20 minutes and then the pc would freeze! :(

 

Ctrl+alt+delete wouldn't work,the only way was to rr the pc!

 

I formated and reinstall Windows and still had this problem!

 

I installed some drivers to improve video perfomance and still my computers freezes while playing Lineage 2! :pullhair::pullhair:

 

Anyway here my test results:http://www.pcpitstop.com/pcpitstop/Summary...6RJHWWQ44VS76EV

 

If someone needs some additional information just say so!

 

I would appreciate your help!(sorry for my bad english)

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you could be overheating

you should see if the inside of your computer is clean

remove the dust

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you could be overheating

you should see if the inside of your computer is clean

remove the dust

 

I have cleaned the inside 2 weeks before!

 

I will clean it again but I don't think that's the problem!

 

I don't have any overheating problems!

 

My CPU won't go more than 52*(I don't know if I said it correct :P)

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Your system looks up to date on drivers, which should play the game just fine. I would imagine the game itself plays with no problems which leads me to think of a couple issues.

 

First I would check system temps before you start the game and after about 10 min exit the game and recheck temps. It could be a heat issue.

 

Second could be ram timings. Check the manufactures recommended timings for your ram compared to what the system is actually running it at. I noticed in your pit test the ram scores very high compared to same systems so the timings might be too tight.

 

Just saw the new post to this and I would assume you have a way to check these items, but if you don't you could use this.

 

http://www.majorgeeks.com/download4181.html

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Your system looks up to date on drivers, which should play the game just fine. I would imagine the game itself plays with no problems which leads me to think of a couple issues.

 

First I would check system temps before you start the game and after about 10 min exit the game and recheck temps. It could be a heat issue.

Second could be ram timings. Check the manufactures recommended timings for your ram compared to what the system is actually running it at. I noticed in your pit test the ram scores very high compared to same systems so the timings might be too tight.

Just saw the new post to this and I would assume you have a way to check these items, but if you don't you could use this.

 

http://www.majorgeeks.com/download4181.html

 

Eeerrr..............you know I'm still a novice so I didn't understand where you want me to look!

 

I installed the program that you gave me in the link and it has some very usefull information!

 

But It won't help if I don't know where to look and what should I change!

 

Anyway here are the system temperatures!

 

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I don't think there is a problem with the temperature!

 

There is something else tha caught my attention!

 

I'm used to open 2 windows when I play Lineage 2!

 

While I did that, I looked at my RAM and it's being used at almost 800 mb

 

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Does this have anything to do with the freezes I get??

 

Anyway that "ram timing" you said!

 

Where should I look for that?

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Your video card temp is pretty high and I know from experience a hot video card can cause problems when gaming. Could you post information on your power supply from the sensor section of that program?

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Your video card temp is pretty high and I know from experience a hot video card can cause problems when gaming. Could you post information on your power supply from the sensor section of that program?

What do I have to do to find them?><(As I said I'm a novice :S )

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You have a power supply problem which very likely is part of the cause of your overheating and crash problems. Your 12v readings are out of spec which can mean a weak power supply, failing power supply or a too weak for your system power supply. In addition you have only one fan the cpu fan showing again that isn't enough to keep a system cool nor even the cpu because there is no other cool air being drawn into the system.

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You have a power supply problem which very likely is part of the cause of your overheating and crash problems. Your 12v readings are out of spec which can mean a weak power supply, failing power supply or a too weak for your system power supply. In addition you have only one fan the cpu fan showing again that isn't enough to keep a system cool nor even the cpu because there is no other cool air being drawn into the system.

 

Ι can fix the fan problem by putting another but for the power supllier..............................

 

Well to be honest I have all the devices of my computer and the modems in one only socket!(I don't know if I said it right - my english are pretty bad :blink: )

 

Does this have anything to do?? :unsure:

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Don't worry about your english I can understand you just fine :clap: The problem is the power supply within the computer case. If anything we tell you isn't clear keep asking questions until you understand us.

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Don't worry about your english I can understand you just fine :clap: The problem is the power supply within the computer case. If anything we tell you isn't clear keep asking questions until you understand us.

 

Which is..........??? :unsure::unsure:

 

If you have a screenshot of what I need to fix ,can you post it??

 

It will be easier for me to understand!

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Sorry I don't have a power supply picture to post but it's usually a gray box inside the computer that wires come out of to connect to motherboard, hard drive, optical drive. It can be fixed it can only be replaced.

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Well here my news!

 

I tried something to fix the freeze problem!

 

I went at nvidia control panel and put the 3D settings like this!

 

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Somehow the problem got fixed!

 

At night I managed to play more than one hour!

 

Tomorrow morning after one hour of gaming my pc got a "freeze" again! :pullhair::pullhair: (sorry my english suck :S)

 

It seems really to be an over-heating problem!

 

After I rebooted the pc I checked the GPU temperature!

 

It went over 85*!Posted Image

 

Now it shows only 68* but if I open the l2 game again it will go over 85* again!

 

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What can I do to fix this over-heating problem???

 

I will put a fan but is this enough to prevent an over-heating?? :unsure:

 

Any ideas will be appreciated!

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