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Is my EVGA GTX 580 Fried?

post #1 of 24
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Hello, so I've been having a lot of issues with my computer. Fixed them all except one, my GPU keeps crashing. Restarting itself understress or sometimes just browsing, I've opened it up, removed and applied thermal paste. Clean the fans put it back together but it still crashes, I can't even run EVGA stress tester without getting the follow error:
crasg nesse.png 704k .png file
I have tried everything, from down grading drivers, to reinstall windows. Installing different versions but nothing, I've had this card for over two years and it's gotten hot sure, sometimes up to 80c due to poor venation but it's never acted up like this. It now runs at idle 35-40 with fans on max, under load 60-70c.

If I play a game for example, it will often crash and the game informing me I have 0 video memory due to my card essentially rebooting itself. It's firmly in place with a 850w corsair PSU. So power is not the issue frown.gif
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post #2 of 24
Tho this might seem silly after everything you have tried, Do you have another system in the house you can try the card in?
post #3 of 24
Have you tried using a different set of drivers? Try reverting back to a set of old drivers that you know works.
post #4 of 24
try the 580 in a different unit and/or try a different GPU in the rig now..
post #5 of 24
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Sadly I only have one rig, I've tried rolling back to the old drivers, I can't remember the oldest but I have never experienced these problems with an NVIDIA GPU. And sadly I have tried putting it into all available PCI slots. I'll try again though! The only thing that has changed about my setup is I have a GA-Z77-UD3H motherboard, everything else is the same.
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post #6 of 24
boot into 'safe mode' and since you said it also happens when just internet browsing, see if you can recreate.
post #7 of 24
I'd also suggest downclocking the card to stock if you already havn't, then try to down clock the card slightly.
post #8 of 24
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Will do, though it's rather rare but I shall try. I have some .dmp files I got that points to the error. But no googling could fix it, even uninstalling daemon tools

Minidump.zip 243k .zip file

As you can see, each BSOD code is the same yet some how caused by something else. Weird or what?
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post #9 of 24
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Just crashed while browsing, my GPU was at 60c and fan speed at 60%. Pretty hot for idle...


Oh btw one note, when I applied new paste it stopped the GPU throttling under benchmarking. It still freezes and crashes, but doesn't throttle.
Edited by VL92 - 5/18/13 at 4:05pm
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post #10 of 24
Quote:
Originally Posted by VL92 View Post

Just crashed while browsing, my GPU was at 60c and fan speed at 60%. Pretty hot for idle...


Oh btw one note, when I applied new paste it stopped the GPU throttling under benchmarking. It still freezes and crashes, but doesn't throttle.
crashed in 'safe mode' too.? I asked if you tried that earlier.
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