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1.Delete C:\AMD folder
3.Show me GPU-Z main screen
4.Run HWinfo64>sensors only>Logging start and play for 15-20 min. I want to see that log
sorry for not posting my PC specs earlier
GPU: Sapphire RX 460 2GB GDDR5 single fan
OS: Windows 10 64bit
Drivers: Crimson 16.11.5
Monitor: LG 22MP58 1920x1080 60Hz
Motherboard: Gigabyte GA-G41MT-S2PT
CPU: Intel Pentium E5700
PSU: Dell L300PM-00 300W
RAM: two sticks of DDR3, 8GB in total
now we are done with that I've followed your instructions step by step
I ran HWiNFO64 before start playing league (just before the loading screen) I got few black screens while playing and after 6 mins in game, the game crashed and then the screen went black for good and the GPU fan went 100% speed (did ALT+F4 no good and Ctrl+Alt+Del still no response) after that i unplugged the machine from the wall and restart the system and everything is okay for now I don't know if the Program logged everything but here's the log
I'm starting to think it's my PSU but the card nearly pulls that much wattage
are you saying one of my hard drives are going to fail and if so can you tell if it's WD blue one or Seagate one
I'll be sure to replace my PSU as soon as I can anyway it's getting old
I've just checked it's Rev: 1.1 is there anything about my motherboard
thank you for keeping up with me
1.According to GPU-Z you have compatibility issues with your motherboard or something wrong is with your PCIe slot or GPU PCIe interface.
Your GPU and motherboard must report 16x PCIe speed but in your case it is only 8x
You can try to clean PCIe slot from dust and reinstall your GPU in it more tightly.
2.You can open HWinfo64 main screen (summary only) and check which HDD is marked by exclamation mark (see picture below)
thanks for your help I'll be sure to backup any important files on that drive
and i think it's reporting PCIe 3.0 x8 because my motherbard PCIe is V2.0 x16, but not really sure if it's the reason
That card has a recommend power supply of 350 watts. That's a 350watt quality power supply.