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Oh sorry I didnt specify that. It is connected with 2x8-Pin connectors. I have 4x8-Pin connectors in total and tried them in different combinations also.
That's why I have a penchant for purchasing overpowered (OP) PSU, all my PSUs are 1kW and higher. My oldest is a Seasonic X-1250 PSU bought back in 2011/2012 IIRC, I'm running it on my soon to be retired 2nd gaming rig (i7 3960X + Vega64), gonna move it to my soon to be built 2nd rig (3900X + RX 6900 XT). I'm willing to put good money on it being able to run this new system, despite being about 10 year old now.
ive got a 7900xtx and a 5950x with crazy good undervolts that bring the same performance as an overclock but yeah recently i have been getting some freezes and stuttering. nothing is overheating. no hotspot issues, no mounting issues, all cables plugged in correctly. 2 separate pcie cables for the gpu, etc. i have an 850 plus gold psu from corsair; planning on upgrading to the 1000w next month since the cable mod cables are compatible and i'll possibly update on this then. idk i may forget lol
do you hear coil whine with the old PSU? Has the new power supply reduced/removed coil whine?
Having some coil whine on both my PSU and GPU while under high load, but I'm in quite a bad situation because my case is mini itx and there's not much space to put a full size higher wattage PSU, using a Corsair SF750 platinum
Okay, I have a Thermaltake iRGB 1250 titanium and this keeps crashing. I even went to default tuning settings. I have the red devil version of this card. 3-8 pin connections! How can I figure out why it’s crashing!
Well, some things to do first, before deciding either you'd gotten a dud (GPU or PSU).
I believe you have the PCIe power cables connected to the PCIe power output/ports on the PSU, I believe they're the red ones, right?
Remove your GPU and reinsert it, sometimes the card/GPU isn't properly seated in the PCIe x16 slot, it can lead to a number of issues.
Also, it crashes, meaning it gets to desktop? Are your chipset driver updated? You've not indicated what mobo, or system specs, you're running, so it leaves a lot of room for guess work....