PC Problem

Hi guys !! I have just bought a SH pc with warranty and i have a problem with it!The problem is that when i want to start a game it goes black screen and GPU fan to 100%! I tried it in Fortnite / RUST! Help me please because i don't know what to do in this situation!!

Processor: Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-7700 CPU @ 3.60GHz

Video Card: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 3GB

RAM: 4.0 GB

Operating System Microsoft Windows 10 , 64-bit

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Clarification Request
Missing some details.

While it may be fine for fans to do that, if you don't set the video game's video mode to something supported, it will do that.

4.0GB? In a gaming PC? Let's hope that's the video card RAM.

Let's also hear about your method of getting the drivers ready. The makers do not usually deliver a PC ready to game.

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Yes, i have 4 GB RAM and 3 GB VRAM (GPU). My drivers are updated with Geforce Experience

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That's a not happy PC.

The low RAM in the computer could lead to Windows going into full on swap mode. It may take a hour to see the game start. The 3GB Geforce cards have users complaining about frame rates.

Is there any chance to get a full refund and try again but this time ask the forum what they think about your gaming PC?

There are other drivers to update as well but I think you have a fine reason to call it in under warranty. They deserve the call given what they sold you.

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