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Is this with your 7870?
Here: Reading a few links might help :
This, this.
Let me know if your problem is solved thumb.gif

Yea this is with my 7870. But I reset my clocks back to stock and it hasn't crashed since, it's weird... o.O
I kinda don't understand that, shouldn't overclocking be more dangerous than downclocking lol

However, I still dont know if my original problem that caused these other now neutralized problems is gone, haven't tested it yet. Gawd darnit AMD...
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Your stock clocks were more than your set clocks? Then why did you downclock? tongue.gif

 

Well, the BSOD might have been a fluke. How old is your OS installation?

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Your stock clocks were more than your set clocks? Then why did you downclock? tongue.gif

Well, the BSOD might have been a fluke. How old is your OS installation?

Because I was seeing if it was a ****ty oc by sapphire lol about the crashes that I sometimes got where it said "DVI NO SIGNAL"...

So probs fluke and OS installation.. that has been since I got the computer (4 months ago approx..)

I still don't know if my original problem is gone though, maybe the whole event caused it to randomly fix? lol
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Well its Sapphire right? Try an RMA if you can spare time, and still have doubt, they were generous to two of my friends.

If I were you, I'd definitely be worried if I saw "DVI No Signal", however it could be the cable as well. There are just soo many variables involved in this issue, its hard to figure out any root cause.

 

Though if you wish to check your system for inconsistency, playing any demanding game for a long period of time might be a solution.

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Well its Sapphire right? Try an RMA if you can spare time, and still have doubt, they were generous to two of my friends.
If I were you, I'd definitely be worried if I saw "DVI No Signal", however it could be the cable as well. There are just soo many variables involved in this issue, its hard to figure out any root cause.

Though if you wish to check your system for inconsistency, playing any demanding game for a long period of time might be a solution.

I might load up RaiderZ tomorrow and play for a few hours. That game usually makes my PC crash with DVI No Signal.
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