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post #9071 of 16498
I think the 335.23 drivers are uttery crap and broken! Did a full clean install, put all my drivers in etc downloaded some games opened up Geforce experience bang black screen driver crash, turning on shadowplay gives black screen need to reset the PC.. i tried older drivers and they didn't work well either.

Anyone else experiencing problems with the latest drivers? Checked on google and it seems a lot of people are experiencing crashing with these latest drivers.
post #9072 of 16498
Nope no issues here on Ti ref cards under Win 8.1

Have switched between stock bios and Skynets a few times too.

Try Driver Fusion.
post #9073 of 16498
I have rolled back after reading about so many issues with 335
post #9074 of 16498
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Originally Posted by Robere View Post

I am using GpuZ to monitor voltage. Voltage scales up and down with load.



Yeah . Of Course mine scaled too . In Counterstrike Source it even downclocked to somewhere between 1,0-1,1 Volts ( cant realy remember ) and run on 700 or so Mhz Core lol .
Edited by MK3Steve - 3/23/14 at 4:57am
post #9075 of 16498
Guys I think I may have found the problem to my crashing issue (possibly) so I'll ask here if you can confirm if that would have caused it.

My max power target was on like 115, I ramped it up and I'm yet to get a driver crash or game crash. Would the power target contribute to instability?
post #9076 of 16498
Yes. If you were bouncing off the power limit whilst overclocked the card may have no been getting enough.
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Guys I think I may have found the problem to my crashing issue (possibly) so I'll ask here if you can confirm if that would have caused it.

My max power target was on like 115, I ramped it up and I'm yet to get a driver crash or game crash. Would the power target contribute to instability?

Yes if you cranked up the volts and clocks means the card would need more watts which is what the power target controls. At 1349 core and 8 ghz mem my power target is 130% anything less then that I also crash. The crash is because it does not have enough juice to sustain the clock you set so increasing the power target slightly and volts can solve those.
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Yes if you cranked up the volts and clocks means the card would need more watts which is what the power target controls. At 1349 core and 8 ghz mem my power target is 130% anything less then that I also crash. The crash is because it does not have enough juice to sustain the clock you set so increasing the power target slightly and volts can solve those.

Damn so it was just that stupid power target that has been causing me greif! It was happening only in Titanfall, I got so pissed I ramped it up to 150% lol and I played 5 rounds in a row without a single crash.. So tomorrow I'll back down and start at 120% as I started with 115% like a douche, so I'll bump it up by 5% each time and see how it goes. I'll even start to bring my core clock higher too in the process..


Why and how did I not even think of the power target!

So to clarify the higher you set the base clock you need to adjust the power target accordingly?
post #9079 of 16498
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So to clarify the higher you set the base clock you need to adjust the power target accordingly?

Yeah, as you overclock your card needs more power, same as how you raise your VCore when overclocking your CPU.

Only difference with this is that it's a limit to how much power it can draw, not an absolute amount it will draw.

If you're stable at 150% limit then I'd just leave it on it and enjoy the card, it'll not draw that much power unless it needs to.
 
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Yeah, as you overclock your card needs more power, same as how you raise your VCore when overclocking your CPU.

Only difference with this is that it's a limit to how much power it can draw, not an absolute amount it will draw.

If you're stable at 150% limit then I'd just leave it on it and enjoy the card, it'll not draw that much power unless it needs to.

Well if it's safe to leave it at 150% then i'll leave it as that, and raise my base core higher and see how it goes stability wise. Once i get my second card and whack them under water will i be able to raise the power target higher then the 150% if i need to?

To be honest under air i'll be happy with 1280-1290mhz on the base clock till i get them under water. I did notice though that when i raised the power target up my GPU wasn't getting as hot as it was on 115% and this was directly after i changed it to 150% and had a few games.. Ambient temp didn't more so dunno lol


But if this has fixed my issue i'll be over the moon and finally be able to enjoy my card instead of trouble shooting!
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