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post #41 of 58
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Originally Posted by malmental View Post

your post made me think of this question.....

overclocking.?
is the unit (CPU) overclocked.?



nope no overclock has made....
furmark made crash as like kumbostor all of them make crash

psu fan and cooling system so far so good i am gonna send alll temperature result tonight

furmark make it crazy when i start it it crash but kumboster after 30 seconds later crashes.
post #42 of 58
It actually does sound power related to me as well.
post #43 of 58
As a quick test, try this.
Fire up GPU-Z and tell it to log data to a text doc on your desktop.

Run the game and come out just to check you have a definite log saving ok while gaming then run the game again until it crashes.

Reboot and read the datalog around the crash time and see if you see any anomalies in the voltage numbers.

My struggling PSU was dropping the 12v rail on all my GPU's to around 11.7v before I swopped it out. I now run 12.11v at all times.
post #44 of 58
Done some digging around, seems there are a few people having the same problem. The first solution was a cable problem and the fact that the card was slightly loose in the PCIe socket, so if giving your GPU some extra juice still doesn't work then i would recommend opening up the tower, removing the GPU then putting it back firmly into place. Check to power cables, make sure they you are using a full 12v rail (i assume you are because it has worked fine up to now).

Also have you overclocked your CPU recently? after reading around it would seem that an unstable CPU clock can cause GPU problems when in game. Try resetting the clocks back to stock settings if you have overclocked.

Still nothing, try looking at this video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ClxEtUxl6AI - the solution was to get a new monitor (extreme i know, but if you have another display, you could test your card and see if its your monitor)

you could also try following this guide: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AAHc7Ha3y0E

If still nothing then really would recommend you take it to a PC shop. I would avoid any chains stores as they are stupidly overpriced.

Could also be a bad HDMI/DVI cable....
post #45 of 58
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Originally Posted by Rushua View Post

Done some digging around, seems there are a few people having the same problem. The first solution was a cable problem and the fact that the card was slightly loose in the PCIe socket, so if giving your GPU some extra juice still doesn't work then i would recommend opening up the tower, removing the GPU then putting it back firmly into place. Check to power cables, make sure they you are using a full 12v rail (i assume you are because it has worked fine up to now).

Also have you overclocked your CPU recently? after reading around it would seem that an unstable CPU clock can cause GPU problems when in game. Try resetting the clocks back to stock settings if you have overclocked.

Still nothing, try looking at this video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ClxEtUxl6AI - the solution was to get a new monitor (extreme i know, but if you have another display, you could test your card and see if its your monitor)

you could also try following this guide: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AAHc7Ha3y0E

If still nothing then really would recommend you take it to a PC shop. I would avoid any chains stores as they are stupidly overpriced.

Could also be a bad HDMI/DVI cable....
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post #46 of 58
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Originally Posted by Rushua View Post

Done some digging around, seems there are a few people having the same problem. The first solution was a cable problem and the fact that the card was slightly loose in the PCIe socket, so if giving your GPU some extra juice still doesn't work then i would recommend opening up the tower, removing the GPU then putting it back firmly into place. Check to power cables, make sure they you are using a full 12v rail (i assume you are because it has worked fine up to now).

Also have you overclocked your CPU recently? after reading around it would seem that an unstable CPU clock can cause GPU problems when in game. Try resetting the clocks back to stock settings if you have overclocked.

Still nothing, try looking at this video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ClxEtUxl6AI - the solution was to get a new monitor (extreme i know, but if you have another display, you could test your card and see if its your monitor)

you could also try following this guide: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AAHc7Ha3y0E

If still nothing then really would recommend you take it to a PC shop. I would avoid any chains stores as they are stupidly overpriced.

Could also be a bad HDMI/DVI cable....

A monitor or Video cable would NOT cause these crashes. you can play a game and remove the video cable or unplug the monitor and the game would still play.

Quit playing the fool. its your PSU. Many people have said that. stop trying to find another excuse. if you are really concerned about money do what a previous member said and buy one and return after.
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post #47 of 58
It sounds like a power supply issue to me also.
post #48 of 58
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Originally Posted by Rushua View Post

Done some digging around, seems there are a few people having the same problem. The first solution was a cable problem and the fact that the card was slightly loose in the PCIe socket, so if giving your GPU some extra juice still doesn't work then i would recommend opening up the tower, removing the GPU then putting it back firmly into place. Check to power cables, make sure they you are using a full 12v rail (i assume you are because it has worked fine up to now).

Also have you overclocked your CPU recently? after reading around it would seem that an unstable CPU clock can cause GPU problems when in game. Try resetting the clocks back to stock settings if you have overclocked.

Still nothing, try looking at this video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ClxEtUxl6AI - the solution was to get a new monitor (extreme i know, but if you have another display, you could test your card and see if its your monitor)

you could also try following this guide: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AAHc7Ha3y0E

If still nothing then really would recommend you take it to a PC shop. I would avoid any chains stores as they are stupidly overpriced.

Could also be a bad HDMI/DVI cable....

What?
post #49 of 58
I have worked on a lot of PSU's that were thought to be bad because of crashing during game play. However more times than not it was bad pins in the connectors. check your 24pin pins along with GPU your six pin, four or eight pin CPU connectors. Check to see if pins are spread out.
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post #50 of 58
I really wouldn't be so dismissive Kill,
http://www.tomshardware.co.uk/forum/337066-15-hdmi-connection-causing-crashes

I am just trying to offer a wider scope, rather then jumping on the ITS THE PSU bandwagon, however, i must conceive, i do also believe that this problem is PSU related.
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