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@OP - listen to shilka , 100% correct. Also, upgrade and buy a Seasonic PSU and you'll be good.

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Remove GPU, test again. Test with a different GPU or test the GPU in a different system you don't mind putting at risk.

If we are talking about PSUs... you've got bigger problems than GPU then.
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Unless the AX860 Wijkert has is broken its not the problem here its not bad nor too small

Also note that in the OP it was said that a second PSU was tried and tested with no fix to the problem so i dont see how this is a PSU problem and it sounds more like its either the GPU or the motherboard

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Interestingly I just got a 980Ti (EVGA SC+ model, purchased through EVGA) and it's doing the same thing to my Corsair HX850. I have to flip the power switch on the psu off and on before it comes out of OCP. It seems dialing down the overclock on my CPU may have stopped it (or made it less frequent, didn't have time to test). This IS an Asus board (m4a99 pro r2) but I don't think it has their over current protection, at least its not something i can find in the bios.

When I have some spare time I'm going to move the card into my main rig for a long stress test. I'm sure it's probably the PSU (purchased in 2014) just unable to handle the 20ish amps an overclocked 980Ti is adding on (even though it's rated for over 80A).

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Which HX850? they have a number of HX850 which other than the name and wattage rating has nothing to do with each other
I am assuming its one of these two
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First of all, thank you guys so much for all the responses! I was out with my friends today and am finally home.

I have borrowed a friends 780 and am currently running DOS2 for more than 60 minutes (the game that I couldn't run for more than 30 sec). Which is very good news when it comes to finding the cause of this issue, but no so good news if my gpu is actually dying . The 980 draws roughly the same amount of power (250 W according to Nvidia), which makes a pretty decent test imo.

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Quote: Originally Posted by EvoBeardy View Post
I've heard that Windows not being in Performance Mode has caused similar issues in the Past, oddly enough. Otherwise, flashing your Mobo BIOS to a newer one, checking for any Win10 updates that were installed prior to your issue arising that could be the culprit, trying a test fresh Windows on a separate Partition are the only other things I can think of, less trying to flash your 980Ti BIOS with a lower clocked one, as it could be a C-State/P-State issue when it goes into 3D clocks?

I'd test the 980Ti in another rig with a newer and good PSU and go from there.
Windows is running in performance mode. The MOBO has the second to last bios. No Win10 updates where installed close to when this issue started. I am considering testing the 980Ti in my second rig, but am a bit worried that if it's dying, I might take some other components with it. The AX860 is 6 years old and the G450M is 3 years old.

One thing I forgot to mention in my first post was that my 980Ti has a bios with a unlocked power limit that Mr-Dark (a user on this forum) made for me. I have been using it since shortly after I bought this card. I have not flashed it back to the stock bios. That would only help if this isn't a hardware level failure, which it does kind of starting to look like it is.

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i'd try swapping x16 slots if not at least reseating the card. at least eliminates the mobo slot being an issue.
I have thought of the same test as well. Have not done it though. I did however reseat the GPU, but forgot to tell you guys in my first post.

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Unless the AX860 Wijkerthas is broken its not the problem here its not bad nor too small. Also note that in the OP it was said that a second PSU was tried and tested with no fix to the problem so i dont see how this is a PSU problem and it sounds more like its either the GPU or the motherboard

https://www.overclock.net/forum/31-p...oken-mess.html
Because of how the 780 is performing I strongly suspect the 980Ti. The motherboard would be my second suspect as well.

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No weird issues with the power in my house. At least not as far as I can tell. Have never seen such symptoms to be honest

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This IS an Asus board (m4a99 pro r2) but I don't think it has their over current protection, at least its not something i can find in the bios.
It should be under the "Monitor" tab.

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Which HX850? they have a number of HX850 which other than the name and wattage rating has nothing to do with each other
I am assuming its one of these two
First of your two photos, which IIRC was a re-branded CWT with a single +12v rail. It looked fairly decent to me at the time of purchase. I took a quick glance at the sticker now that I'm home, it's 70A not over 80 like I said, but I still didn't expect a single 980Ti and FX8320 to be able to knock it out. Not many extravagant extras pulling 12v in that build, but the PSU has seen 5 years of 24/7 use as of this coming august.

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It should be under the "Monitor" tab.
The monitor tab was where I checked, I'll go back in there and see if maybe it's in the advanced CPU power settings by chance.

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First of your two photos, which IIRC was a re-branded CWT with a single +12v rail. It looked fairly decent to me at the time of purchase. I took a quick glance at the sticker now that I'm home, it's 70A not over 80 like I said, but I still didn't expect a single 980Ti and FX8320 to be able to knock it out. Not many extravagant extras pulling 12v in that build, but the PSU has seen 5 years of 24/7 use as of this coming august.
Some of the HX models have a history of causing problems when they got older the old HX1000 and the later HX1050 was the worst but i have not heard much about the HX850 models so maybe they where better or people dont report the problems

The one you have is a rebranded CWT PUG G where the old HX1000 was the PUC and the HX 1050 was the DSG so its not even related other than same OEM
The HX850 before the one you have was another DSG rebrand

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Some of the HX models have a history of causing problems when they got older the old HX1000 and the later HX1050 was the worst but i have not heard much about the HX850 models so maybe they where better or people dont report the problems

The one you have is a rebranded CWT PUG G where the old HX1000 was the PUC and the HX 1050 was the DSG so its not even related other than same OEM
The HX850 before the one you have was another DSG rebrand
Interesting. This PSU was re-purposed out of my main machine (4790k + vega 64) due to frequent crashing under GPU load. It never hard cut off and did OCP in that machine though, just black screen crashes and such. I still have occasional crashes and BSODs related to that GPU though with a much newer EVGA g2 850, but I haven't seen the black screen crashes in recent memory. Given that, I wasn't 100% sure the PSU was the issue alone. PUC PUG and DSG are 3 totally different models, perhaps some shared components that aren't aging well? I know for sure during the first 2-3 years of operation I never had issues, even once running 2x overvolted 280x + 4790k OC.

I intend to test my 980Ti on the G2 when I have some time so I can rule out the card, since I just got that in the mail. Not sure if corsair would deem the instability as enough to replace the unit under warranty. I just checked and it does have a 7 year warranty. Corsair does make customers pay for shipping returns though, based on my last experience..

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