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All my temps seem normal cpu and gpu, im guessing it could be a power supply issue now :/
Underclock your cpu and run some load tests on the card.

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I doubt is the power issue looking at your spec. You have way less power hungry components than mine. A 1000 watts PSU even if it is not 80+ and would be still enough for everything there. Maybe not your 12v rail. But I doubt it.

Not saying that your PSU is not 80+. It was just a metaphor.
80+ certs deal with the psu variation in power regulation, not how much wattage they can put out. Anyways if he a faulty psu, it doesn't matter if it was big or small.
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Sorry to necro but did you fix this? Cheers for including screenshot btw.
I just got this on a wild overclock playing Killing Floor. CPU barely used so my money is on the gfx clocks not being stable.

Now a question: Is this likely to be from memory or core? I can obviously test but would be nice to know.
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Uninstall Catalyst, third party apps such as Trixx, Asus Tweak, etc.

 

Clean it with; Atiman Uninstaller v.6.2.0

 

Install official Catalyst ATI Radeon™ Video Card Drivers and try again.

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I have this problem also. I had it when I only had one HIS6970, and I still have it now with a second in crossfire. Even when in eyefinity with 3 monitors it happens. I'm on the 12.2 pre certified CCC right now, but I havent tried that uninstaller yet, Im gonna give it a shot and see whats what.
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So after running that uninstaller and then re installing CCC, I was running into constant BSOD. I just decided to say screw it and start fresh. Wiped my bios and OS HDD, and am currently redoing everything. I was running some tests before all this, and my problem appeared to be something in the bios that one of these stupid ASUS programs messed with.
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How did you wipe your BIOS lol

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I have a button on my motherboard that resets my bios. I have the ASUS P8z68-v gen3 board. However, even on a fresh install, I just had this happen again after a couple of days of gaming. Don't really know what the problem is now.
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Sorry to necro but did you fix this? Cheers for including screenshot btw.
I just got this on a wild overclock playing Killing Floor. CPU barely used so my money is on the gfx clocks not being stable.
Now a question: Is this likely to be from memory or core? I can obviously test but would be nice to know.

It's from the core. Memory would manifest itself by lowered bench numbers due to the error correction on the rendered frame.
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This happens to me also and i figured out it was because one of my power connectors the 8 pin molex was a tad bit loose, the poor card was being starved of power frown.gif Came across this on google also guys make sure you reset your driver settings in CCC, No problems now smile.gif
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