I'm using ASUS RTX 2060. Sometimes it behaves really strange. Currently, I'm playing New World. It could work fine for a couple of hours, but sometimes my PC crash. My screen goes black and graphic card fans start spinning at 100%, and I still can hear sound from the game. Only holding power button solve that. My graphic card is not overclocked. It only happens mostly in New World game. I read a lot of topics about that issue. Most of them described a problem about 8pin power is not plugged properly, but I think it's not the issue in my case. I've changed PSU cable, tried to move my card to another PCIE slot etc. Still same.
My computer specs:
- MSI B450-A PRO MAX
- Crucial 16GB (2x8GB) 3000MHz CL15 Ballistix Sport LT Gray
- AMD Ryzen 5 2600 (overclocked to 4000mh with NZXT X63 AIO)
- SilentiumPC Supremo M2 550W 80 Plus Gold
- ASUS GeForce RTX 2060 DUAL EVO 6GB GDDR6
- Acer XF250QCBMIIPRX 240Hz + LG 24MP59G
I've also tried to run OCCT tests for power consumption and gpu overload (clock/memory) and everything is working fine. I thought my PSU is not enough for that setup, but everything looks fine. 12v and 5v are not changing at all. I've also turned off G-SYNC and cap fps at 60, nothing changed. GPU temperatures are also fine. They stay mostly at 70C with hard load. Is there any possible solution, or should I return my graphic card?
Regarding to issues which I read on New World forum I think it's game issue. I reduce power limit in MSI After Burner to 85% and seems to be fine.