Artem S. Tashki...
on 01 Oct, 2019 04:40 PM
That means some of your components is faulty.
1) Check RAM (memtest86 for at least an hour)
2) Verify nothing is overheating
3) Verify your GPU is sufficient (by temporarily using a better/more powerful one)
4) Remove overclocking and reset BIOS settings
5) Reinstall Windows and install the latest available drivers for your GPU
6) Reseat your GPU/memory modules
TLDR: Geekbench mustn't crash your system and if it does it's not its fault.
Thanks for reaching out to us, and I'm sorry for the delayed response. Could you let me know which benchmark you were running (e.g. CPU or Compute), and which workload the system crashed in (e.g. Structure from Motion)?
A system crash during a Geekbench benchmark is not expected, and could point to a configuration issue with the system. Unfortunately, Primate Labs is not able to provide repair advice. In cases like this I would recommend opening the Windows Event Viewer or relevant system logs on Linux and checking for logs that indicate what kind of issue caused the crash. If this is occurring during the Compute benchmark, updating your drivers may prevent the issue from occurring.