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Hi guys, recently since i hooked up my dual monitors, i have been getting random graphics card related blue screens while gaming. They have been getting quite frequent, i get them on a daily basis and have gotten 2 in the last hour. I monitor my temperatures on my other monitor, and as soon as my temperature reaches 86 degrees, my game freezes and then after about 5 to 10 seconds, i get a blue screen. I have had this card since November and never had any problems, so i dont know what the deal is. I am running at stock speeds and my drivers are up to date. Here are the drivers that are involved.
dxgkrnl.sys
dxgmms1.sys
nvlddmkm.sys
any help with this would be much appreciated. +rep for any constructive responses. thanks!
post #2 of 11
Tried reinstalling drivers? And what are u currently using?
Also 86c with stock GTX 460 is very high. 460 is known for its lower temps than other high-end 4XX Fermi cards.
If you did try reinstalling driver with no luck. Try to use MSI Afterburner and use a custom fan profile or a fixed high speed rpm.
Edited by HeadlessKnight - 8/1/11 at 3:20pm
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yes i have reinstalled drivers. and i am using a custom fan profile with msi afterburner. i am using this 460

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16814130568

its the evga superclocked edition. i know my temps are high. before i setup this fan profile i was gettig 87-89 degrees after playing bad company 2 for a few hours. now they are a bit lower but after a while they still like to climb to 84-86. and on furmark my temps get up to 95 degrees and at that point i just shut it off. i have called evga about this and they say it is 85-89 is normal for this card while gaming, and that furmark is unsafe to run, and i shouldnt worry. now i am getting bsod tho.
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Just wondering, but is your CPU overclock 100% stable? You may want to try running a game that it crashes on but turn up the fan to a higher speed where temps are 80*c or lower and see if that helps. You could RMA your card too since it can be "overheating" and causing the crashes.
    
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ya my overclock is 100 percent stable. i have done a disgusting amount of stress testing. my fan goes to 100 percent at 86 degrees. im gona have it go to 100 percent at 80 degrees and see how that goes. also, if my overclock was causing problems, then the blue screen wouldnt point to graphics card drivers. so i dont think its that. thanks for the help so far!
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anyone else got any ideas? I can post minidumps if needed. I bought the card like ten months ago. will evga still RMA it?
post #7 of 11
isn't that gtx 460 AR model and have lifetime warranty? If its TR model it should have i think 2 years warranty. check ur sticker thas on the card and see if its AR or TR. AR has evga lifetime warranty.

Edit: just checked ur link. that is AR model =lifetime warranty. it even states it on the link you provided under details. Just RMA the card imo.
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What sort of fan speed does it overheat at?
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well when i put my fan up to 100 percent it doesnt pass 80 degrees. so i guess it should be okay there. ill have to see if it still blue screens
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well when i put my fan up to 100 percent it doesnt pass 80 degrees. so i guess it should be okay there. ill have to see if it still blue screens
Did you see artifacts or graphical bugs at the time the card bsod or notice weird objects in your games ?
If the card is dusty. cleaning it can really help you out to lower the temps. I know 86c is high for the 460 and all. but It shouldn't BSOD just for that. The card is rated to handle 104c.
http://www.nvidia.com/object/product...tx-460-us.html
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