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post #11 of 24
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Nope, BUT I downgraded to 295.73 and benchmarked and no throttling or freezing.
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post #12 of 24
When I got my MIVE, my 580 would black screen crash randomly when in the top slot.. Every single other card I had worked fine. Also the 580 worked fine in all other slots.
Decided to say screw it and just use it for benching, after insulating it, and benching my 2500k with some DICE,... Well the top slot has worked perfect ever since...
Someetimes, things just get screwy, I'd try diff drivers again.. Try going to the very newest ones. .. Report back
post #13 of 24
did you try with the case side panel off to lower temps??

the idle temps (browsing at 60) is really high but still no where near the danger zone to crash the system... do you have a friend with a spare video card you can use to make sure its actualy the gpu causing the issue?
post #14 of 24

Have you checked out the info at the link in the error window?

What is running when it happens? Are those programs up to date? Try disabling hardware acceleration in FF and see if it helps.

 

A friend was getting this error on his 570 with 314.22, but only in one program (Scratch - colour grading/post video editing program). Absolutely nothing wrong with the card, more of a Windows/software problem.

 
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post #15 of 24
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Alright guys quick update, the side panel as AlaskaFox reffered to when on 100% is blowing out air, this is the first I've felt it (most likely due to my pc being on a DIY test bench). And is running cooler, and doesn't crash or freeze when running EVGA OC Scanner. Gets hot but perhaps it the fan just needed some time to clean itself out once I cleaned it through? Still using the old drivers for now, do you think I should leave it stressing overnight at all? And do you think an aftermarket VGA cooler would be a wise investment as I plan on keeping my GTX 580 for at least 3+ months. No need to get a new card when this one has been working wonders for years ^^
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post #16 of 24
how dirty is the card? possible picture?

whats the max temp on load?

can you feel the cards cooler getting hot? (hot air, hot fins,) or does it feel as cool as it does on idle.

If it doesnt feel like its heating up, that means that the cooler is not contacting the GPU die properly.
post #17 of 24
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Feels pretty milk and cold if I'm honest. Card is spotless can't do pic no phone, max temp is 70c to 80c with EVGA OC
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post #18 of 24
i think that the cooler may not be touching the card properly to previde sufficiant heat dispersion...
try reseating again, making sure to pay attention to whether or not the cooler is getting enough even contact to the gpu. also make sure not to use too much paste
post #19 of 24
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Aight, I'm gonna buy some compressed air, give it another clean. Then make sure it's seated, when I bench mark it it does throttle after a while but I haven't had one crash. Hoping not to jinx it lol
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post #20 of 24
When u took the card apart to repaste it did you check the thermal pads? I bet its a temp issue not related to your core temp, either vrm or vram....

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