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post #21 of 37 (permalink) Old 05-11-2019, 03:48 PM
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Flash a stock bios back to the gpu, it might be taking its toll on the pcie slot

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My card died from a failed VRM after a few years of gaming, rendering and folding. Had the same symptoms with sudden shutdowns as you, if you run a full load test (e.g. P95 and Furmark) and it doesn't shutdown after a few minutes, it might be the card itself.

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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..
The AX1200 has very similar problems when they get older causing crashes freezing and instability and thats not even a CWT made unit its made by Flextronics
I had a HX1000 long ago and it was causing stability problems and crashes before it bit the dust and it killed my Asus Rampage III Extreme and my Club 3D Radeon HD 5970

Going forwards a few years i had an AX1200 which i sold and the friend i sold it to had a ton of problems with system stability and crashes and the second he replaced it the problems stopped
Dont what it is but some Corsair models takes a nosedive about the time the warranty runs out the old HX1000 the HX1050 and the AX1200 are the worst

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An update:

I have been able to play DOS2 for multiple hours on my friend's 780, without a shutdown occurring. So I strongly suspect that my GPU is damaged/dying. I will be looking for a replacement after I have posted this update and maybe ask you guys for some advice.

For good measure I have done some additional testing, sadly without any success:

- used another socket across the room to connect the PSU to
- used a different (the 8x) PCI slot
- flashed back the original bios

Let's say the card is indeed damaged. Would you guys estimate that running it with a higher power limit bios has decreased it's lifespan? Maybe damaged a part of the power delivery by stressing it more than a stock card would have. It was never a good overclocker and ran stock for the better part of the last year.
I know you can never be certain about this stuff, just wandering what you guys think.

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Hi,
Usually these no limit power vbios are for water cooled cards but even then can crap a card out.

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Nothing lasts forever so you might have damaged it or it might be dying of old age who knows

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Hi,
Usually these no limit power vbios are for water cooled cards but even then can crap a card out.
My 980Ti is a Hybrid, so is watercooled, but not the same as a full cover waterblock of course.

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Nothing lasts forever so you might have damaged it or it might be dying of old age who knows
Fair enough.

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I have been reading/watching some reviews and I think I will replace my 980Ti with a RTX 2060 Gaming OC PRO from Gigabyte. At least it will be faster than my last card which is nice. I aspect getting a new GPU will fix my issue, but man would it suck if it did not...

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I have been reading/watching some reviews and I think I will replace my 980Ti with a RTX 2060 Gaming OC PRO from Gigabyte. At least it will be faster than my last card which is nice. I aspect getting a new GPU will fix my issue, but man would it suck if it did not...
Depends on the game and the settings but some of the newer AAA games are a little too demanding with an RTX 2060 and can barely hit 60 FPS the RTX 2070 is a bit better
If you play games like LOL, WOW, CS GO, Fortnite and Overwatch that dont demand a ton sure the RTX 2060 is more than enough

Since you have an Acer Z35 200hz monitor listed i dont see why you would not want to use that and buy a card that cant play more than a few games with more than 100 FPS

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Have you considered taking off the H/S fan, cleaning and re-applying thermal paste? I had an old GTX 970 that would lock up the same way. Took it apart, re-applied and she has been working smooth in my sons rig ever since.

Just realized you said your card was a hybrid, still the above advise would still apply.

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