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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 05-01-2019, 11:54 AM - Thread Starter
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MSI RTX 2080 Gaming X Trio driver crash in 2D mode

Hello,

the title says it all, I am currently running this card and getting these messages quite frequently. There are absolutely NO problems when playing games.
MSI Afterburner shows 712 mV voltage for the 2D mode, is there any chance to modify, or to use a modified vBIOS in order to raise that voltage? I think, rising the voltage a little bit should help the problem...

I would be grateful for any advice from you all here.
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The card is in 712mV precisely because it's in 2D mode but you can try installing EVGA Precision X1 and turning on KBOOST to run at max clocks to see if there's any difference. Have you played around with drivers?

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My card runs at 0.725V in 2D according to GPU-Z. Try "Force constant voltage" in Afterburner first.
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