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So now, after hours of BF3 testing and Unigine stable at 1180 and 1675 memory, the driver keeps crashing on system start up. Crashed over and over again, recovered, and it took me quite some time to get atiman to start inbetween the crashes and finally uninstall the driver.
Is it just the driver? Or could it have been my overclocks from last night? I didn't tell AB to boot with with those clocks, so it should have been booting with stock clocks.
Just when I thought I had this all sorted out.
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Originally Posted by shellbunner View Post

So now, after hours of BF3 testing and Unigine stable at 1180 and 1675 memory, the driver keeps crashing on system start up. Crashed over and over again, recovered, and it took me quite some time to get atiman to start inbetween the crashes and finally uninstall the driver.
Is it just the driver? Or could it have been my overclocks from last night? I didn't tell AB to boot with with those clocks, so it should have been booting with stock clocks.
Just when I thought I had this all sorted out.

Did you uninstall all your drivers and AB and restart from scratch before trying to OC again? The first thing after doing all that is to test your card at stock voltage, don't even install AB after installing your vidcard/drivers. Run bench apps to prove stability first, then after which start the overclock.
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Disable the monitor sleep like in someone's previous post. It's still buggy and does the same with mine. Mine won't even wake.

Hmm I though that was just for actual sleep, but I will try this thanks. This is strange as I have never had this problem before and it is going to be quite annoying to remember to turn off my monitor manually if it is not going to be in use for a little while.

Anyways, thanks.
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So now, after hours of BF3 testing and Unigine stable at 1180 and 1675 memory, the driver keeps crashing on system start up. Crashed over and over again, recovered, and it took me quite some time to get atiman to start inbetween the crashes and finally uninstall the driver.
Is it just the driver? Or could it have been my overclocks from last night? I didn't tell AB to boot with with those clocks, so it should have been booting with stock clocks.
Just when I thought I had this all sorted out.

This sounds to me like you still had your overclock set in some program but not the higher voltage or something.
I had this happen to me before also when overclocking with Trixx. I forgot to reset one time and because of this the overclock values stayed in CCC but the voltage was back to stock after a reboot. This caused my drivers to crash also. Just a tought though!
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Hmm I though that was just for actual sleep, but I will try this thanks. This is strange as I have never had this problem before and it is going to be quite annoying to remember to turn off my monitor manually if it is not going to be in use for a little while.
Anyways, thanks.

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All water cooled and ready to rock... Gonna run some stock benchmarks so that I have something to compare to, and then let the fun begin smile.gif
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Another problem. My comp turns off every time my card comes to 71°. I have a fresh install of win7 and 12.4 drivers with latest CAP. Before i could go over 70 with no problems.

Any thoughts?
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Ordered my 7950, should be here tomorrow. Can't wait.
    
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going through the RMA process with my 7950 black edition frown.gif driver sweeper didnt help the black screens
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This sounds to me like you still had your overclock set in some program but not the higher voltage or something.
I had this happen to me before also when overclocking with Trixx. I forgot to reset one time and because of this the overclock values stayed in CCC but the voltage was back to stock after a reboot. This caused my drivers to crash also. Just a tought though!
Yea, this is exactly what I think is happening. I can run stable on Unigine and any game for as long as I'd like, but once I reboot, it's endless crashes until I reinstall the drivers. This happened on Afterburner and Trixx. I want profiles for Desktop and Gaming. Shouldn't it automatically boot at stock voltage/clocks once I reboot?
Any way to fix this?
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I've left my overclock enough right now, until I get around to going to 12.4, but I was experiencing that crash cycle for a while, if I tried to open anything before AB started it would constantly crash, for between 1 and 5 minutes, and then just work.

I never worried about it because it still ran fine in games and we all know the drivers suck. Have you tried just sitting it out? I think it's to do with fan profiles.
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