Computer restarts because of new Msi geforce gtx 1050 ti 4gb oc graphics card? Neex help!

Hi!

I think it would be more helpful if I would post my situation here.

Last may I bought a nee gpu, the one stated at the question, everything is ok until one day the my computer suddenly restarts and it wont stop, I tried to check what component is broken, but when I remove the graphics card, the computer stabalizes, thinkig the new graphics card is broken, I asked for a warranty one the shop where I bought the card. Yesterday, I installed the new graphics card and used it for 4 hours with no problem, until, after the 5th hour, my computer restarted itself again. I am now assuming that its not the new graphics card, yet. So I would like to ask, What could be the other causes of the error which I am encountering? I installed the driver which was downloaded by nvidia experience, I am using a lga 1150 motherboard, a hm81-ds2 gigabyte motherboard. I also have a old gpu, a powercolor 1gb, and it works flawlessly with my setup.
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  1. It sounds like your PSU is not coping with the load anymore.
    You'll need to calculate how much power your pc needs and see if the psu is sufficient for that. Also consider that the psu would deteriorate over time, especially if run at max load.

    The most important factor to consider is power going to the card. Make sure the psu connector to the card is still fitting snugly and that the psu can handle the 75W or so that the card needs on that rail.
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  2. jasonkaler said:
    It sounds like your PSU is not coping with the load anymore.
    You'll need to calculate how much power your pc needs and see if the psu is sufficient for that. Also consider that the psu would deteriorate over time, especially if run at max load.

    The most important factor to consider is power going to the card. Make sure the psu connector to the card is still fitting snugly and that the psu can handle the 75W or so that the card needs on that rail.


    I have a seasonic s12ii bronze which is 1month old, and the card does not have any psu slots in it.
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  3. that psu should cope.
    Sounds like something's faulty then
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  4. Try the GPU on a alternate pc. If it works ,most probably it's your system that's causing the problem
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  5. The issue regarding my system is I have a very old motherboard with a very old BIOS, what fixed this is updating to BIOS to the latest version, and it works! My system could now run nonstop (my max is 2 days without shutting it down.) and it runs flawlessly.
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