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NVidia Titan X Pascal Graphics Card - Strange Problem

Hi

Any engineers in here? I have an out-of-warranty (due to me being third party) Titan X Pascal.. strangest problem..

I put it best in the email I've been sending to IT engineering firms:



"Hello

I have a Titan X Pascal that has issues. The card runs on the MS drivers fine in safe mode, but when I use the NV drivers the display driver crashes and no video out.. OR I get a sudden restart of my PC I would guess it would be an easy fix for an engineer.. but I'm a hobbyist system builder/IT Technician so..

my guesses? it's drawing too much power from the PCIE @ over 75w.. OR the bios chip is corrupted. With the sudden restart.. I'm leaning toward it drawing too much power from the PCIE slot.

I bought it faulty from ebay, hoping all it needed was a VBios flash. I'm thinking it's a voltage regulator.. or (idk.. what does a phase inverter do?) I'm not an engineer.. so.. I was hoping to get a out-of-warranty service from a IT repairs workshop such as yourselves.

If the price is reasonable*, I am sure this can be fixed quickly.

kind regards

Dava"

Does anyone know of an out-of-warranty service for the UK? I'm Scottish/in Scotland.

idk.. it's a head scratcher.

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