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You have tried a lot, but it does sound like PSU:
You need 2x 6+2 pin PCI-E adapters, I would try different ones, than what you are currently using. Try splitting them over two rails or more rails if you can. This can happen if you have 2x 6+2 sharing the same rails ( you could try splitting them up by using different rails, this information can be found in your manual for the most part ) and you have 30A per rail, so if you have the card on one individual rail instead of two, you will trip Over-Current Protection in PSU (which is auto-shutdown / off). I have triggered mine before with these cards twice with an insane overclock on CPU and all 4x GPUs. On my second card, immediately after a power trip, the Geforce logo doesn't come on but if I power it down completely, the light comes back on the next boot. I am actually selling my current PSU and have switched to an Antec HPC 1200W after some research and recommendations.

Is this your PSU? If it is, it looks solid enough. If its the Turbojet model. its even better than this.
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You have tried a lot, but it does sound like PSU:
You need 2x 6+2 pin PCI-E adapters, I would try different ones, than what you are currently using. Try splitting them over two rails or more rails if you can. This can happen if you have 2x 6+2 sharing the same rails ( you could try splitting them up by using different rails, this information can be found in your manual for the most part ) and you have 30A per rail, so if you have the card on one individual rail instead of two, you will trip Over-Current Protection in PSU (which is auto-shutdown / off). I have triggered mine before with these cards twice with an insane overclock on CPU and all 4x GPUs. I have two cards, and the second Geforce logo doesn't come on but if I power down completely, the light comes back on the next boot. I am actually selling my current PSU and switched to Antec HPC 1200w after some research and recommendations.

Is this your PSU? If it is, it looks solid enough. If its the Turbojet model. its even better than this.
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Hey, thanks for your reply.. I've also read about the rails, I'm using the 6+2 (clipon 2) connectors that came with my PSU. This should be it: http://www.tagan.com.tw/page/datasheet/BZ/TG_1100W_BZ_EN.pdf
Not the one you listed though, it's a Tagan 1100W TG1100-BZ PipeRock Series Modular Power Supply. I've tried splitting it accross two different rails (one in the green PCI-E and one in the red PCI-E) But, with the same results.. I'm a complete retard when it comes to PSU's so if you could check it, I'd appreciate it. smile.gif
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It could be overheating. Dual GPU cards get much hotter and if you dont have good air flow in your case it could easily overheat. Tryi leaving your case open and see if it happens again.
    
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That's a solid PSU. I'd be surprised if that was the root cause. Doesn't the 590 have VRM issues anyways? Barely able to run stock. Although I would just grab any old 500W PSU and piggyback it just to rule out the PSU.
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Originally Posted by Kirby1;13301127 
It could be overheating. Dual GPU cards get much hotter and if you dont have good air flow in your case it could easily overheat. Tryi leaving your case open and see if it happens again.

The temps are 59~ at the point of failure, it can't be heat. I'm liquid cooled, with extremely good airflow..
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That's a solid PSU. I'd be surprised if that was the root cause. Doesn't the 590 have VRM issues anyways? Barely able to run stock. Although I would just grab any old 500W PSU and piggyback it just to rule out the PSU.

It's just that, it's been running for a month just fine, and suddenly it goes poof for no reason.. I should mention, my PSU has been alive and healthy since December 2008.. so it might be getting old, but it's always put up with everything I've thrown at it..
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Quote:
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That's a solid PSU. I'd be surprised if that was the root cause. Doesn't the 590 have VRM issues anyways? Barely able to run stock. Although I would just grab any old 500W PSU and piggyback it just to rule out the PSU.

While defective GPUs are potential for any generation of cards, the GTX 590 VRMS have shown me they are more than adequate to run stock.

It wouldn't hurt to monitor temps and voltages of the card as mentioned, perhaps once we get you back in Windows. I was just sharing my experience with the power tripping + led logo disappearing as well. I knew what caused mine.

ASUS actually already released an updated video BIOS for the GTX 590. You can upgrade to that, it deals with a little voltage regulation issue. So you could begin by trouble shooting the obvious things. Also want to mention a lot of 270.61 driver users have been reporting issues with various cards, including the GTX 590. Try downgrading to 270.51?

Also, it would be good to ask does this issue happen with other games (not GTA:SA)?
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Originally Posted by RagingCain;13301194 
While defective GPUs are potential for any generation of cards, the GTX 590 VRMS have shown me they are more than adequate to run stock.

It wouldn't hurt to monitor temps and voltages of the card as mentioned. I was just sharing my experience with the power tripping + led logo disappearing as well. I knew what caused mine.

ASUS actually already released an updated video BIOS for the GTX 590. You can upgrade to that, it deals with a little voltage regulation issue. So you could begin by trouble shooting the obvious things. Also want to mention a lot of 270.61 driver users have been reporting issues with various cards, including the GTX 590. Try downgrading to 270.51?

Also, it would be good to ask does this issue happen with other games (not GTA:SA)?

I did down-grade to 260.51 BETA drivers which I was running fine with before, but the problem stuck. It doesn't take a game to crash it, it'll do it right at the windows logo now, not even get into the computer itself.. It's quiet random.. I'll try the BIOS upgrade, might come something of it.
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It could be overheating. Dual GPU cards get much hotter and if you dont have good air flow in your case it could easily overheat. Tryi leaving your case open and see if it happens again.

i think that's extremely unlikely, his case is a corsair 800D, one of those top of the line full tower.

for your PSU, i'd connect the PCI-E connectors to the green and red. one connector goes to the red, the other goes to the green.

also, it's a possibility that your card is just poorly manufactured. if nothing helps, try doing a warranty return.

btw you should unplug your 24 pin motherboard connector and check for any burn marks. this happens to me because my mobo has no 4 pin molex connector to supply additional power to pci-e slots and caused an overheating 24 pin plug. managed to ghetto fixed it. hopefully urs is not melting.
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Originally Posted by james8;13301304 
i think that's extremely unlikely, his case is a corsair 800D, one of those top of the line full tower.

for your PSU, i'd connect the PCI-E connectors to the green and red. one connector goes to the red, the other goes to the green.

also, it's a possibility that your card is just poorly manufactured. if nothing helps, try doing a warranty return.

btw you should unplug your 24 pin motherboard connector and check for any burn marks. this happens to me because my mobo has no 4 pin molex connector to supply additional power to pci-e slots and caused an overheating 24 pin plug. managed to ghetto fixed it. hopefully urs is not melting.

The 800D is one of the worse out of the box for airflow.
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I did down-grade to 260.51 BETA drivers which I was running fine with before, but the problem stuck. It doesn't take a game to crash it, it'll do it right at the windows logo now, not even get into the computer itself.. It's quiet random.. I'll try the BIOS upgrade, might come something of it.

YOU MEAN 270.51 RIGHT? Because... there is no good Power / OverCurrent Protection.... prior to 267.84
Since SafeMode is displaying something, I don't think your card is physically damaged.

I would install DriverSweeper on another computer, and then copy the folder from \Program Files\ on to a flash drive, and then run it on your computer in SafeMode.

Once you are there, run it, and select nVidia and REMOVE all drivers. Try rebooting after that, it might be a damage or corrupt nVidia driver. After that, I would just install 270.51 again and see how it goes. Monitoring temps and voltages.
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The 800D is one of the worse out of the box for airflow.



YOU MEAN 270.51 RIGHT? Because... there is no good Power / OverCurrent Protection.... prior to 267.84

Haha, yeah my finger slipped.. 270 I meant. Tired after a long night of trouble shooting my 700$ baby frown.gif
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