Reinstalled Star Conflict yesterday and was playing it just fine no issue on max settings, then after an hour or two my PC just randomly shut down, it didn’t hang or lag it just totally shut itself down. Restarted the PC got back into game and PC shut down again on hitting the “login” button, restarted PC and tried several times more and every time the PC would shut down in short order but each time I would be in Star Conflict but either logging in or roaming space or at the end of a pvp match when loading the station screen.
Have since tried the “Verify integrity of game cache” option in Steam, then tried uninstalling from Steam, then reinstalling and finally uninstalling from Steam and reinstalling via Arc launcher just to see if it was some issue with Steam.
All to no avail the game is still causing my PC to just shut down randomly with no apparent pattern or trigger.
This is only occurring with Star Conflict and is NOT a result of overheating or PSU issues, every other game I play I play at max settings and barely go above 50 degrees on the GPU as the five fans I have going in the case manage the temperature nicely.
I’ve found no specific action procs the issue, as it has occurred from hitting the “login” button all the way up to being in a pvp match.
i7 processor, 6gb ram, GTX 650, fibre optic broadband connection, my rig runs Elite Dangerous on max settings just fine, along with War Thunder, LoL, Neverwinter Nights, and a host of other games on max settings without issue or high heat.
Thank you in advance for your consideration.
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[chat.log](< base_url >/applications/core/interface/file/attachment.php?id=9010)
[DxDiag.txt](< base_url >/applications/core/interface/file/attachment.php?id=9011)