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Furmark causing drivers to crash instantly.

post #1 of 6
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Hi guys...

Trying to stress test my system.

if I launch furmark overclocked or not...as it launches my screen freezes (but my mouse is still responsive)......then i get a black screen for a second then furmark closes and then i get a message from windows saying my display driver has stopped working and has recovered. then if i launch ANYOTHER game after this has happened i get a blue screen saying the driver timed out.

I have benchmarked Uniheaven benchmark on default settings im getting 2050...with no crash, if I push my gpu to its max ocing speed allowable in CCC of 950/5600


thx for any help...my max gpu2 temp underload is about 80c
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post #2 of 6
And more voltage...furmark is the killer of gfx card overclocks. If you can last an hour I say is good enough for me. lol

Also what drivers?
post #3 of 6
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11.10


how I add more voltage? im using msi after burner the add more voltage part is greyed out?
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post #4 of 6
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Originally Posted by porky View Post
11.10


how I add more voltage? im using msi after burner the add more voltage part is greyed out?
Go to settings and select unlock voltage control and voltage monitoring.

You can also update CCC if you want...it could help.
post #5 of 6
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ahh ok i see it...

im not gonna fiddle with it anymore im happy with my overclock and its stable with everything else , im gonna put this one to drivers...if I get crashes from other stuff ill then up the voltages etc
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ahh ok i see it...

im not gonna fiddle with it anymore im happy with my overclock and its stable with everything else , im gonna put this one to drivers...if I get crashes from other stuff ill then up the voltages etc
Ok then, good luck!
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