Levi_det

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  1. sorry for my english, I'm Hungarian ) My PC: Cpu:ryzen 5 1600x Gpu: Sapphire Rx590 8gb nitro+ SE PSU: cooler master V550 550W 80+gold Ram: 8gb hyperx 2666mhz MB: Asus Prime A320M-K Issue: 3 weeks after I built my PC, I started to crash instantly every time I wanted to use my GPU under load, like games, so I exchanged my gpu, but with the new gpu, the issue Was still alive. I took my PC to a service, and when they tried to took apart the psu, they saw, that the calbe was burnt is to the PSU socket. I used the original cooler master cable, and the forums said, that this 2x8 pin PCI-e power connector works well with the card, so I don't know, what to do now, or what could I do in this situation, becouse the psu killed my 300$ gpu. Please help, becouse it took me 2 months to exchange the crard, and take my PC to the service. I thought it cannot happen with a great PSU, like this, with multiplie built-in protectors, but I don't know, what to believe after this.
  2. ( sorry for my english, I'm Hungarian ) My PC: Cpu:ryzen 5 1600x Gpu: Sapphire Rx590 8gb nitro+ SE PSU: cooler master V550 550W 80+gold Ram: 8gb hyperx 2666mhz MB: Asus Prime A320M-K Issue: 3 weeks after I built my PC, I started to crash instantly every time I wanted to use my GPU under load, like games, so I exchanged my gpu, but with the new gpu, the issue Was still alive. I took my PC to a service, and when they tried to took apart the psu, they saw, that the calbe was burnt is to the PSU socket. I used the original cooler master cable, and the forums said, that this 2x8 pin PCI-e power connector works well with the card, but 2 power connectors would be more stabilized, but they just sent 1 cable with 2x8pin connectors, so thats why I used one, and not two, so I don't know, what to do now, or what could I do in this situation, becouse the psu killed my 300$ gpu. Please help, becouse it took me 2 months to exchange the crard, and take my PC to the service. I thought it cannot happen with a great PSU, like this, with multiplie built-in protectors, but I don't know, what to believe after this.