Hi! So like the title states, I’m under the impression that my Corsair RM750x is not able to keep up with the addition of my new Zotac RTX 3080 Trinity. I’ve posted this issue in other forums but haven’t gotten to a reasonable conclusion as of yet. The main issue I’m facing is that my computer will completely power cycle at random when under load. I’ve attempted to solve this with fresh driver installations, Bios settings reset and more. I tried plugging my computer directly into the wall because I thought maybe my surge protector was getting saturated even though it’s rated for 1875 Watts. At first I thought this solved my issue as I went a full 24 hours without a shutdown, then it happened again… I tried reproducing the issue to test certain fixes but I have been unable to do so. My computer has only shutdown during gaming at random times. I cannot get it to shutdown in a benchmark. For reference, these are the benchmarks I’ve run: Time Spy Extreme, Heaven, FurMark, OCCT Power…
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