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GTX Titan Error 43 Device manager. Dead or?

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Hello all, i've gotten this error on my GTX Titan about 4 days ago




The monitors were showing this pixelated image and i don't know what caused it




I've reinstalled Drivers and done most of what people have suggested on forums etc but i think that my card is dead.

I'm currently using a GTX 560TI and it's working perfectly.


What i've done:


Cleanly install drivers.

Tried older drivers.

Taking it apart, cleaning it and reassembling.

Tried numerous registry fixes and so on.


If anyone has solved this problem please let me know what you've done. If my card is dead let me know as well.

Now assuming it's dead, should i get a 980TI or wait for pascal GPUs? I've heard the first generation pascal gpus won't be wise to buy because of the whole first generation products etc so it might be wiser to buy a "perfected" architecture like the 980TI series. What do you guys think?

Thanks!
post #2 of 5
Have you tried what is suggested here:
https://forums.geforce.com/default/topic/861231/nvidia-amp-windows-10-how-i-solved-the-code-43-error-/

Boot in safe more & wipe the drivers with a program. Also, some people report that windows is installing some sort of driver before you have the time to which is causing the problem.

I would wait for Pascal personally. If you are the kind of guy to buy a titan, the wait isn't too long (april) for the new one.
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Looks like bad vram the way the screen looks. Try and reflash a clean bios on the card, could be corrupt.

If card is done, wait for the new gpus that will be coming out this spring.
    
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Thanks i'll check out reflashing a bios.
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I've tried it and it gave the same problem. I'm very sure the problem might be the card itself cause i've tested a 560ti / 770 / 980ti and they all work perfectly. I'm not sure what caused this problem and i've spend hours on it already.

I'm using windows 7 64 bit (Ultimate) soo i'm not sure if that factors into what's happening.
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