So, idk if anyone had this problem before, and I’m sorry if I’m posting it wrong or something.
Here’s the deal. My PC (specs below) can handle pretty much every game, I can play BF4 smoothly, CoD Ghosts and every other game (probably).
I never had problems with it so far. But recently, while playing Rust, suddenly it simply dies, like someone had pulled the power cables.
It’s frequent, after some 30minutes of gameplay, it dies. I thought it was overheating (it’s summer here now and the average room temperature is like 30ºc), so I opened it up, cleaned everything, changed the Thermal Paste and everything, but still happened. I tried to low the graphics and it helped at first, but then it happened again after some time.
So, idk if Rust is asking too much from my PC and my power supply can’t handle that much, but I know that I ran every game smoothly so far, and Rust is messing up my life.
Anyone can help me?
My PC specs:
Phenom II X6 1090t
8GB RAM DDR3
EVGA GeForce GTX460
Power Supply IceAge 450w
Windows 7 Ultimate x64