screen goes black loud gpu fan noise after like 5-10 minutes of playing games

well this is so annoying .(sometimes)after 10 or 5 minutes of playing any game the screen goes black and the gpu fans does alot of noise , i dont know how to fix this ...
it may be a psu issue or a gpu issue
even when i turn it back from where i bought it they told me this problem didnt happen and it could be my mouse or my keyboard issue or it might be my hdmi cable ...
i really need your help guys and i will really appericate it
specs:
msi gtx 1060 gaming x
asus hm110k
8gb ram ddr
450 w psu
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  1. Sounds like it's overheating.

    Take the side off the case and try playing.
    Reply to jankerson
  2. jankerson said:
    Sounds like it's overheating.

    Take the side off the case and try playing.

    i dont think so i ussualy keep the gpu's fans spinning at 60 %
    Reply to cragbraid.games
  3. You say you keep the fans spinning at 60%. does that mean you made a custom fan curve? If you did, reset the curve to default.

    If that doesnt work, check the back of the card and the pci-e connectors for burns or melting. check especially around the vram.

    If theres no burns or melting, take off the heatsink and replace the thermal pads for vram/power delivery, and replace the thermal compound on the gpu.
    Reply to Randomdeath
  4. Randomdeath said:
    You say you keep the fans spinning at 60%. does that mean you made a custom fan curve? If you did, reset the curve to default.

    If that doesnt work, check the back of the card and the pci-e connectors for burns or melting. check especially around the vram.

    If theres no burns or melting, take off the heatsink and replace the thermal pads for vram/power delivery, and replace the thermal compound on the gpu.
    Reply to Montassar
  5. no when i just thought that it's overheating i kept the fans spinning at 60% just to make sure that itsn't an overheating problem
    Reply to Montassar
  6. try running fans at 100% all the time, and then running a benchmark. If it still overheats, replace all thermal interface material between the heatsink and the gpu/vram
    Reply to Randomdeath
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