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post #11 of 55
on the 580... it will handle it...
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Hi Tom351,

Still having problems!

Max temps for your 580 is around 97 - 100 *C so you may be gtting a over heating issue from the CPU or PSU as well.

What temp was the CPU at?
I didn't check the CPU temps when the computer crashed. Right now it's at 37*C. I'm using AIDA64 Extreme edition. Is there a program that remembers temps from the past?
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post #13 of 55
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I didn't check the CPU temps when the computer crashed. Right now it's at 37*C. I'm using AIDA64 Extreme edition. Is there a program that remembers temps from the past?
No, but you can check the error code from previous crashes.

If booting up the cards temperature was 82c, the GPU definitely could have reached its peak temperatures and forced the PC to restart. And if a PC restarts, components cool fairly quickly since there's nothing stressing them, so I wouldn't doubt it if it was the GTX 580 not having enough breathing room.
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No, but you can check the error code from previous crashes.

If booting up the cards temperature was 82c, the GPU definitely could have reached its peak temperatures and forced the PC to restart. And if a PC restarts, components cool fairly quickly since there's nothing stressing them, so I wouldn't doubt it if it was the GTX 580 not having enough breathing room.
Where do I find the crash log?
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Where do I find the crash log?
You'll need a debugging program to read dump files that show error codes and crash logs.

If you have Windows 7, follow this tutorial. It's simple, you don't need to get the exact debugging tool they linked, but in the end they all do the same thing.

http://windows7themes.net/how-to-ope...windows-7.html
post #16 of 55
I honestly think we're overreacting here.
    
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I honestly think we're overreacting here.
Haha. The problem is obvious, OP pretty much answered it himself.

He was running Crysis with two video cards very close to each other, barely leaving room for air flow.

Boom, problem solved. Don't use the other card for PhysX.
post #18 of 55
The GTX 580 drops temps pretty slow from what I've noticed.
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post #19 of 55
only 2 solutions to that my friend. either you water cool your card or just get rid of the physx card. obvious choice is obvious
post #20 of 55
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OK I guess I will get rid of the PhysX card.

Are there any good programs that test your CPU and GPU to its limits, so I can see what temperatures they get up to?
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