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One of my 660's i had sent into evga for repairs about a month ago, my computer stopped crashing after that until now... At first i was getting a "BSOD" according to event viewer it a locale id: 1033 bccode:116. I read that is related to video problems, but i never actually saw a bsod happen, my screen would either go black or white and then my computer would reboot. It was doing that shortly after launching any game but i have NOT crashed using one video card in at a time. I was on vista when this first started happening so i wiped it and put windows 7 on it. It was still happening, so i then all i did was switch out a pic-e power cable to one of the 660's and it seemed to have fixed it. Now it still crashes but not nearly as often as it was, but i no longer see a BSOD in event viewer. Just a unexpected shutdown error. I have tested my ram and found no errors, so i don't know what to think. I don't know if it could be the power supply, sli bridge, pci-e slot on the motherboard, or the same video card is crapping out again.
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I don't know much about the 600 series yet but have you
tried upping the voltage on the cards?
it worked for me over a year ago on my 2 580's I went from 1.055v to 1.072v and they
have ran perfect ever since.
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I just crashed again with only one card in and that was the one that i have not rma'ed, computer crashed after about 2 hours. I have the other one in that has broken before and i see will if it crashes.
Edited by jeremygj - 2/23/13 at 8:12pm
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OK, the video card that has been repaired once after 1 hour the kernel mode display driver crashed BUT it recovered so it didn't crash the computer. I would like to say this is a driver problem but the crashes started with the older driver 310 so i don't think so.
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i use driver 306.97 as anything above that has caused me a TDR which is Time out Detection and Recovery which is driver crash and recovered you just had happen, allthough i never crashed to a black screen or BSOD, i would just get the TDR pop up down on the task bar where the clock is and i only had them while using the internet. you should try the voltage thing i posted as the newer drivers increase performance in the 600 series therefore it needs the voltage upped. I have even see this suggested by nvidia mods on their forums.
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Ok another update, i stress tested both video cards in 2/3 of the pci-e slots with furmark and no crash. They crash in sli instantly starting furmark. So i think the problem must be in the sli bridge or the power supply?
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myself i have never seen a sli bridge go bad but it's possible.
I even have 2 spares i bought 3 years ago but I am still using
my original one.
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