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Güncel sürümün sahibi: George A. ,

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Check all this and report your findings:
 
* Renew your thermal paste
* Put the PC on a well grounded surface away from any static electricity
* Try and sheild and/or move the PC away from any speakers, mice, etc. To minimize EMI
* Download [https://www.cpuid.com/softwares/hwmonitor.html|HWMonitor] and take note of '''anything''' above 75°c
* Re-install GPU driver (From GeForce experience, not devices)
* Disable any overclocks
* Set virtual memory on the C: drive to system managed size
* Download [https://www.malwarebytes.com/|Malwarebytes] and run a scan. Also run a full scan from windows defender.
 
What model exactly is your boot drive, and are the games that crash installed to it? It may be the cause, especially if it's old.
 
It crashes in CS:GO but not PUBG? That's odd. I suggest you do a little more testing to make sure of this.
 
Also, a 4GB 1080? Is that a European version?

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Düzenleyen: George A. ,

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Check all this and report your findings:
 
* Renew your thermal paste
* Put the PC on a well grounded surface away from any static electricity
* Try and sheild and/or move the PC away from any speakers, mice, etc. To minimize EMI
* Download [https://www.cpuid.com/softwares/hwmonitor.html|HWMonitor] and take note of anything'''anything''' above 75°c
* Download [https://www.cpuid.com/softwares/hwmonitor.html|HWMonitor] and take note of anything'''anything''' above 75°c
* Re-install GPU driver (From GeForce experience, not devices)
* Disable any overclocks
* Set virtual memory on the C: drive to system managed size
 
What model exactly is your boot drive, and are the games that crash installed to it? It may be the cause, especially if it's old.
 
It crashes in CS:GO but not PUBG? That's odd. I suggest you do a little more testing to make sure of this.
 
Also, a 4GB 1080? Is that a European version?

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Orijinal gönderinin sahibi: George A. ,

Metin:

Check all this and report your findings:

* Renew your thermal paste
* Put the PC on a well grounded surface away from any static electricity
* Try and sheild and/or move the PC away from any speakers, mice, etc. To minimize EMI
* Download [https://www.cpuid.com/softwares/hwmonitor.html|HWMonitor] and take note of anything above 75°c
* Re-install GPU driver (From GeForce experience, not devices)
* Disable any overclocks
* Set virtual memory on the C: drive to system managed size

What model exactly is your boot drive, and are the games that crash installed to it? It may be the cause, especially if it's old.

It crashes in CS:GO but not PUBG? That's odd. I suggest you do a little more testing to make sure of this.

Also, a 4GB 1080? Is that a European version?

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