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so we can def rule out hdd problem ?
Yes.
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post #12 of 38
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i mean if it was a hdd there would be other stuff going bad to right
only if you have mad viruses that are jacking up drivers

but a hard drive is least likely to crash nvidia drivers

i also suggest checking your OC, if it's at stock check drivers and try a better one

if that fails, bump up the voltage on your card by a little, because i had experiences where my old gtx 275 had a degrading voltage, so i'd have to bump it back to 1.0vcore because every other boot it would show 0.93 and crash
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i used to get this all the time on my 285gtx physx card. Im like 90% sure its a power issue. It was getting enough power from the PSU but the connection on the PCIE connector was some how bad. When it was my main card i would get that same message in the middle of playing games and id have to start the game back up. but as my physx card it would just choose not to boot completely or show in windows and just run fan at 100% lol.

For that reason i stopped using it. But a few weeks back i lent it to a friend and he had 0 issues with it . Either way i gotta sell this card and get something that will seat properly on my MB and in my case.
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Are you using the default fan profile and have had the card for a while now. You could have dust build up on the card (especially the vRAM chips) that is causing it to overheat and cause the driver crash you're seeing. The default fan profile is also a piece of garbage and doesn't run the card as cool as it could with either setting it manually to a higher speed or using a custom fan profile.
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I'm having same problem like OP. Chceked the temps and everything is well within limits. I've ran Memtest86+, HD Tune, Prime95 (2hrs) and Furmark (35mins) and all those tests went without a hitch. I'm using EVGA GTX 570 SC.

Will try reverting back to 275.33 drivers tomorrow.
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The problem is guys you have no idea if your vRAM chips are overheating or not, as very little to no GPU monitoring software actually records those temperatures, compared to the vCore. Overheating vRAM chips can cause this, its why I recommend against using the default fan profile as its target is only to cool the vCore and forgets a lot about the vRAM.
post #17 of 38
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Well the 28x.xx drivers are known for being unstable, so if he was using any of them it could be that.

Going back to 275.33 or 266.58 solves normally this problem of driver crash.

P.S I was in the same situation as you, drivers could crash anytime, never had a crash since going back to 275.33 drivers
+1

I recently upgraded again to the beta 285.38 for RAGE and the crashing during net surfing is back. 275.33 never crashed, same clocks.
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I'm having same problem like OP. Chceked the temps and everything is well within limits. I've ran Memtest86+, HD Tune, Prime95 (2hrs) and Furmark (35mins) and all those tests went without a hitch. I'm using EVGA GTX 570 SC.

Will try reverting back to 275.33 drivers tomorrow.
Check EVGA Forums and update the firmware for you specified card - it may help with any underlying issues.. I would link you but I'm at work - after updating firmware run driver sweeper and install latest drivers
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post #19 of 38
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The problem is guys you have no idea if your vRAM chips are overheating or not, as very little to no GPU monitoring software actually records those temperatures, compared to the vCore. Overheating vRAM chips can cause this, its why I recommend against using the default fan profile as its target is only to cool the vCore and forgets a lot about the vRAM.
How can you check those temps?
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post #20 of 38
The new drivers. Need more volts as the cards runs hotter well load up msi afterburner and bump up volts to core and your good . Good luck
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