First off try to incclude INFORMATION REQUIRED WHEN POSTING A QUESTION . This definitely sounds like a PSU issue - in theory and if all is well with the requested load, 725W should be able to handle it unless you're trying to OC the card beyond its limits. Hopefully you do not have other OC'ing apps running along side Radeon Settings (WattMan)?
Give us a bit more information about your setup and software settings and we'll go from there.
Thanks for adding some of your details to the OP. Are you OC'ing your card (or CPU for that matter) in any way? If you are OC'ing, what are you using and what settings?
Also, what did you mean with that bold sentence you added to the OP?
No OC'ing at all. And why knowing that the card is defective you give any other argument instead of simply sugest to aply the warrany?
El jun. 24, 2017 11:01 AM, whiskey-foxtrot <firstname.lastname@example.org> escribió:
Re: Radeon™ RX 480 G1 Gaming 4G reboots my pc itself.
I don't know if the card is defective - you haven't provided any details.
You wrote "AMD itself has announced that these cards have that problem"
Where did you see this? Are you referring to an issue from June 2016 which was fixed with a driver update? Other than that, I've been running RX 480's from different vendors in many systems without issues. This is why I was asking where you saw this "announcement" so I can look into it. So, no - I don't know nor did I ever say that I know your card was defective. Also, why would I suggest a warranty? That's your call to make if your card was still under warranty.
PS, I don't work for AMD - you're on a public forum where people try to help each other out. Provide as much information as you can, so people can actually help you out.
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I have to be honest. The problem was the UPS.