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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 06-17-2018, 09:33 PM - Thread Starter
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Unhappy 1080ti bluescreens

So I've had a SLI setup with two 1080ti's for about a year (slightly different models but both NVIDIA (blower type and fan type) working mostly fine, recently one of the card's (the blower type) is constantly at high temp idle 68°C and Afterburner is showing the GPU is constantly in a high p-state (base and boost stuck at 1354/5508Mhz with no OC). I found out after my PC started BSOD'ing on intensive tasks.
The fan is also trying to compensate for the heat automatically set at 40% whereas my other card is sitting at 0% with the p-state at p0 (idle). If I render or do intensive stuff with the GPU,I get BSOD within about 10secs. The temperature reaches about 80°C before BSOD; I've had both GPU's run at temps higher than 86°C before for long intervals.

I have been using both cards for 3D rendering and occasionally crypto-mining (but not recently).
I have tried reinstalling/changing nvidia drivers, uninstalling afterburner, reinstalling OS.
Both cards have almost exactly the same specs/information in GPU-Z.
I can run the fan type card on intensive tasks with no BSOD.

Is it a possibility that I've burn't out this card?
Or could it be something else is causing this problem?

Any help would be appreciated!
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Screenshot of what is shown in Afterburner for the problematic GPU.
https://www.dropbox.com/s/v3vroluxir...adgpu.jpg?dl=0

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Ok, so it looks like I hadn't tested everything fully, it seems either card causes BSOD when doing intensive tasks (I'm using rendering a simple scene in 3D software to test).

Both cards BSOD within a few seconds.
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An update:
I've tested both cards on a different PC and they both work perfectly well.
I was writing up a post on the problematic PC with the replacement 1080ti when it froze up again, and once more when I tried posting again.
This is the first time it's blackscreened during idle.
Now for some reason it wont get past the spinning dots on starting up windows.

I have a feeling it might be something wrong with the PSU, mobo or maybe incompatible drivers (unlikely?)
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An update:
I've tested both cards on a different PC and they both work perfectly well.
I was writing up a post on the problematic PC with the replacement 1080ti when it froze up again, and once more when I tried posting again.
This is the first time it's blackscreened during idle.
Now for some reason it wont get past the spinning dots on starting up windows.

I have a feeling it might be something wrong with the PSU, mobo or maybe incompatible drivers (unlikely?)
yeah i was going to say, it sounds like lack of power or PSU going out. that would be my first look into it.

what is the difference between the PC you'r having issues with and the one you're moving them to > PSU wise? Are you able to move the PSU out and use the problematic PC's hardware with that other PSU?
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Thanks for the reply.

The PC I'm moving the card to has a no brand 700w PSU heh.

I had a spare PSU lying about so I've replaced it, and so far it's ok (I think? still doing tests).
Could very much be that the PSU went out.

I have replaced the original Coolermaster 750w PSU with a 750w Corsair.
I've had this setup run for about a year (2x 1080ti with 750w).

I initially thought that the discrepancy of base and boost clock between the cards had something to do with the problem; one card stays at around 139/405Mhz at idle and the other is always around 1430/5508Mhz.
Is this normal behavior? Perhaps because of the different fan design between the GPUs?
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Ok, so just as I posted the last reply, the PC started slowing down and froze up..
This is with just google chrome open with normal temperatures shown in Afterburner.

I have a feeling maybe one of the cards might have a permanent problem.
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So I've kept the setup the same for a day, and now it only freezes up during the windows 10 login screen.
This happens about 80% of the time and I have to restart when it freezes up.
Very weird.

Any help would be appreciated!
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