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Causes And Ways To Overcome Computers Often Turns Off

Causes And Ways To Overcome Computers Often Turns Off - If you have a PC or computer and are happy to have a computer and use it, one day your computer turns itself off or suddenly shuts down and you try to turn on the PC again. Over and over again this happens and you end up annoyed with your computer.

Since that happened, are you still happy to have a computer? ah.. how about it, bro, instead of giving a solution, I just asked. Hehehe you continue reading this article to the end to get the solution.

If your computer suddenly shuts down on its own and you don't know what the cause is, then all you have to do is take it to a computer repairman or find out the cause and solution on the internet. Well, since you visited this blog, then I will give you the answer to your problem and hopefully it can be a solution.

How to Overcome a Computer That Turns Off Alone

This time I will take an example of an event or case where there is a PC user who has just assembled a computer using the latest processor and motherboard. Instead of enjoying their new computer, the PC that they are using suddenly turns off without being touched by the power button.

The problems experienced above can usually occur when the CPU temperature is too hot (Overheat). But it turns out that after being traced, the CPU temperature of the property looks normal - just normal. So the problem is not the CPU temperature. Then what are the problems experienced by PC computers?

The answer is: the problem with the PC computer above is caused by an error in the power supply, in the sense that the power supply is not working properly. If you have a similar problem, then try to monitor the processor clock using a utility like TMonitor designed by CPUID. When you use the utility, you may find a fact where the PC computer experiences a sudden shutdown when the CPU clock speed reaches a certain number.

Activate TMonitor and at the same time run a processor friendly apk (in the sense of an application that does not put too much load on the processor) to check if an increase in processor clock speed can have a direct effect on crashes (sudden death). Check carefully the increase in processor clock speed, and see to what number the processor can run normally before the computer crashes.

You can also use several types of software to monitor the amount of voltage supplied by the PSU (power supply). You can also use other software such as HWMonitor.

Under normal conditions, the PSU unit should conduct 3.3-, 5-, and 12V electric currents to the motherboard (motherboard). The current can vary in number if the PSU unit is too low in capacity or the power supply is unhealthy (damaged). A power supply that does not work properly will greatly affect the sudden death of the computer, when the CPU clock reaches a certain number.

If the power supply (PSU) cannot run or function properly, then you must repair the power supply or simply buy a new one. The price of the power supply is also not too expensive and relatively cheap. Price according to quality of course.

While waiting for a new power supply to arrive, it's a good idea to start limiting the CPU clock speed. This needs to be done to prevent further crashes that can cause damage to other components.

How to limit the CPU clock speed, look for the Power Options menu in the Control Panel in Windows 10. After that click the "Change plan settings" section to be able to enter the advanced menu which is useful for adjusting the power used.

Alternatively, you can find "Change Plan Settings" by typing "power options" in the search field.

After you enter the "Change plan settings" menu, then click on "Change advanced power settings", then sort it to the bottom until you find "Processor power management". In this section, click on "Maximum processor state" and lower the setting to below 100%.

To what extent can the numbers be lowered? You can refer to the processor clock speed number that has been displayed by the TMonitor utility. Set the processor clock speed around a safe number that does not cause a crash.

After that, save the settings. These settings are temporary and after the new power supply arrives, return the temporary settings to the default settings after you install the new power supply. Hope it is useful.

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