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So I thought I'd finally entertain Windows' unreported error reporting (from the PC issues flag) and I let it do it's thing and it came up with 61 of these:

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My question is, does the video hardware error mean anything substantial, and if so, might there be a snowball's chance in hell it is related to some game performance issues I've been having (probably a small snowball to start out with, but you never know...). What causes these errors to be logged? Thanks.
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Judging by the error, I took a quick look at your sig and noticed your GPU is overclocked. By first guess, I would say your GPU overclock is unstable. I would more than recommend for diagnostic purposes you reset your GPU overclock to stock and see if these warnings and errors stop.
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Originally Posted by E-Peen View Post

Judging by the error, I took a quick look at your sig and noticed your GPU is overclocked. By first guess, I would say your GPU overclock is unstable. I would more than recommend for diagnostic purposes you reset your GPU overclock to stock and see if these warnings and errors stop.

My overclock is pretty stable from what I can tell (I backed it off pretty substantially from what it can handle at this voltage and didn't OC the VRAM). Might this be the result of months of trying to push my card to the limit with constant driver crashes in various benchmark programs? It's too bad no dates are given for the errors.
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