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I need help with my Steam games, pls!

Jan 12, 2020 5:29PM PST

The majority of my games will load (Rocket League, CSGO, etc) but then it will shutdown within 3-4 seconds into the game.

I've haven't tried to open all of my games to see if they were affected by this problem, but I know that my problem doesn't occur for Rainbow 6 and Far Cry 5.

I'm not an expert in PC..

Thank you in advance for helping me out.
Specs: i5-9600k / RTX 2060 / 16GB / 700 watts
I bought my desktop a year and a half ago and it was brand new

What do you think is happening and what the problem could be?

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The RTX 2060 shipped in Jan 2019.
Jan 12, 2020 5:31PM PST

This means it's likely to be in warranty. That's your cheapest fix.

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Jan 12, 2020 5:34PM PST

I didn't think of that, that's a good idea but I would like to try all the solutions possible first

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Those other solutions could void the warranty.
Jan 12, 2020 5:44PM PST

And then you are looking at big bucks versus a free repair.

The clock is ticking since the RTX 2060 shipped in January 2019 and it is January 2020.

I strongly advise you to get out your receipts and make the call for a free in warranty repair.

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Jan 13, 2020 4:19PM PST

Ok, thank you bud fo your advice

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