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Please Help! I Get BSOD and GSOD when gaming and I think its either my PSU or GPU

post #1 of 16
Thread Starter 
Hi guys! I am in need of some serious help here if you may, first can someone check to see if there is something wrong with these settings?



I know this is probably not enough information but I have been struggling with BSOD (BLACK screen of death with reboot) 20 minutes into playing games for a while now.

Did a fresh install of windows the other day and got to play a game for 40-50 minutes before i got something that looked like a green screen with vertical lines and every fan went nuts!


So im thinking this is either my graphics Card or my PSU. But I might have some wrong settings so I am reaching out to you guys to see if you can help me out.

Please do not hesitate to ask me if you need more information
post #2 of 16
Hi

Firstly please add your rig details here - http://www.overclock.net/lists/component/manage/type/RIG

Makes it much easier to know your hardware
post #3 of 16
The picture does not help because software voltage monitoring is effectively worthless. Now, that aside it sounds to me like an issue with the GPU or even potentially the motherboard since you're seeing graphical anomalies and such (the fans might be a side effect of the way the system is rebooting, not sure). Also, as noted above, knowing the specs of your system would help as well.
post #4 of 16
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First off thank you for the quick reply.


Ok i set up my rig as much as i could, http://www.overclock.net/lists/display/view/id/5218860

once again please let me know what else you need
post #5 of 16
IF the voltages are anywhere near correct you are way undervolted on your graphics card, get msi afterburner or use ccc and up the voltage bit
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post #6 of 16
Thread Starter 
thank you for replying, I will gladly try! But i am going to need some assisstant if possible.

As of now my MSI Afterburner run the standard

Core Voltage: nothing has been touched and nothing is showing
Powerlimit: +0
Core Clock Mhz: 900
Memory Clock: 1200

if i need to use CCC instead please tell me what i should change
post #7 of 16
Quote:
Originally Posted by ripskatedestroy View Post

thank you for replying, I will gladly try! But i am going to need some assisstant if possible.

As of now my MSI Afterburner run the standard

Core Voltage: nothing has been touched and nothing is showing
Powerlimit: +0
Core Clock Mhz: 900
Memory Clock: 1200

if i need to use CCC instead please tell me what i should change
you will need to go into the settings and enable uofical overclocking or whatever it is called. then bump your voltage up to ~1.15-1.2, turn your powertune all the way up, to +20

eta* unlock voltage control is what you are looking for
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post #8 of 16
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is this in MSI Afterburner or CCC ?

because in Afterburner i cant move the slider for the Core Voltage with Unlock Voltage Control and Unlock Voltage Monitoring both ticked
post #9 of 16
Quote:
Originally Posted by ripskatedestroy View Post

is this in MSI Afterburner or CCC ?

because in Afterburner i cant move the slider for the Core Voltage with Unlock Voltage Control and Unlock Voltage Monitoring both ticked
you can use either, it doesn't really matter which one you use. I prefer afterburner. If you cant figure it out in afterburner then us CCC thumb.gif doesn't matter which, just get that voltage up a lil bit

settings to change in afterburner to unlock voltage control:


Edited by azrael36 - 5/24/13 at 3:40pm
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post #10 of 16
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Hey I just stumbled upon this and I think this might be why I can't do this:

"The voltage controler of the 7850 is not supported by Afterburner. Overvolting 7850 is not recommended as it's power design is not meant for that. Using ways around the Afterburner restriction might work but can kill your card. MSI' Power Edition 7850 on the other hand is designed for overvolting and is able to cope with that extra stress. Therefor 7850 PE is supported for overvolting while the other cards are not."

this is the 7850 HD 1 Gb version, do you think this is correct?
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