Originally Posted by jay2nice000
Originally Posted by GingerJohn
Try running Furmark or some other GPU loading tool and see if it crashes - that will rule out a PSU issue (although your 650 Antec is more than enough).
If that works fine it could be driver related - try re-installing.
my gpu is stable at 1265/1800 on every game i play, mw3/bf3/crysis 2/ nfs mw, and bl2
Originally Posted by Biorganic
Also, you will generate many more points on your GPU than your CPU. Once issues get sorted out put that 7950 to work on DistRTGen.
What driver version are you using with your 7950, what are your system settings, VGA voltage and clocks? Are you certain that your 5 ghz CPU OC is rock stable? Maybe back that down a bit and see if the problem persists.
On another Note: Today was one of the teams best days ever for PPD. Over 41 million Credit. Good Job everyone!!! keep up the good work.
im using 12.10. gpu at 1265/1800 1.27v, yes my gpu is stable
Running 24/7 computations on your GPU is not the same as gaming. Some aspects will be more stressful for the card and some possibly less. You may need to back your OC down a bit to run BOINC stable. Certain BOINC projects are more sensitive to OC conditions. I know that DOnate@home produces a ton of heat, Collatz conjecture will give computation errors if your OC is not 110% stable. Each project is a little bit different.
I have different settings in Afterburner for various things, Max game OC, General game OC, Stock, BOINC for DistRTGen OC, and OC for POEM@home. You may want to try something similar, although fine tuning each OC/project for stability vs ppd output took me months of trial and error.