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post #21 of 27
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Originally Posted by Sp33d Junki3 View Post

I doubt it is the PSU is causing the issue.

So you have the ram OC to 2133 at which voltage?
Is the ram set manual or XMP profile?
1600 is base anything above that you have to OC.
Which ram is it?

Another is which bios version are you running? Latest one is 2.30

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i'm running the last bios update 2.3 and the ram are with xmp profiles. but i tested yesterday the ram with memtest (2passes) and i tried also with only 2 sticks of ram that passes each memtest.
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Try that scene at 1080p res and report back please.

I forgot to say that was one of the first test did. Same result @1080p and details set to high


I make also a video that explain more than thousand words

The crash didn't happen EXACTLY in the same spot of the balcony every time. it can change a little bit: for example it shutdown as soon as we cross the door, or 1 sec after we are on the balcony, like in the video.


Edited by Caccamo - 1/22/16 at 3:43am
post #22 of 27
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update:

i take 3dmark fire strike extreme and catzilla to do more test.

Fire strike Extreme(1440p) no problem.
Catzilla (720p) PC shutdown ohno-smiley.gif after the mega white explosion when appear the mega hole in the surface.

So now what it can be?!

i have to test swapping with a new PSU or GPU? sadsmiley.gifwackosmiley.gif
post #23 of 27
Have you tried reseating the GPU or trying it in a different pci-e slot? And checking if something is loose?
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This is starting to believe something in windows and drivers.
You can do a fresh install of the OS. If Win 10 is the only one or if you have Win 7 then try that. Do the same tests.
    
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post #25 of 27
After browsing on the Nvidia driver forums I have changed my mind and believe this is a gpu driver and windows 10 issue.
can you try a older driver if you haven't already?
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post #26 of 27
I just had the same problem with random crashes in games and it was the psu. I could run firestrike all day long but in games I would get random black screen reboots. I could get reboots anywhere from 5 seconds after logging in, up to an hour or two later. Some games were quicker to cause shutdown than others. I got an X650 last Monday and have not had a single reboot.
It's to my understanding that the crashes occur in games and not in benches due to performance stability where as in games performance and voltages tend to drop and spike a lot more and can see heavier loads than benches do. A failing OCP or OVP can be tripped during gaming and cause the psu to cut power to avoid damage to the system.
I'd try a known good psu in there and see if the issue continues...
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post #27 of 27
I also agree, try a new PSU (even though you're PSU SHOULD be enough). The easier/cheaper option would be to reinstall widows, try a new GPU driver (new nvidia ones are out today).
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