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MEMORY MANAGEMENT and IRQL_LESSEQUAL GPU?

Possible? I've been getting those both with dram overclocking and gpu. I am now running the gpu stock but ram overclocked 1000% HCI.
Is it possible that the memory mentioned is vram gpu? card is 2080 super

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It is likely to be unstable system memory (or other memory related voltages and settings such as SOC and FCLK). From my testing 1000% HCI is not enough for stability as I've encountered errors even at 3500-4000%. I don't reach 100% confidence till I get at least 5000% HCI through intermittent testing to make sure it wasn't a fluke.

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Quote: Originally Posted by HeadlessKnight View Post
It is likely to be unstable system memory (or other memory related voltages and settings such as SOC and FCLK). From my testing 1000% HCI is not enough for stability as I've encountered errors even at 3500-4000%. I don't reach 100% confidence till I get at least 5000% HCI through intermittent testing to make sure it wasn't a fluke.
Oh.... well 5000% hci is way beyond what i would be testing, that requires atleast 1 week of not touching the PC.

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Oh.... well 5000% hci is way beyond what i would be testing, that requires atleast 1 week of not touching the PC.
More like 6 or 7 hours if you are using version 5.0 of MemTestPro.

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I've reloaded my 1000% HCI stable profile (i've done some changes) and seems like the crashes are gone now. I am afraid though that this card might have memory artifacts... could it be because of temps? Strix card do not offer a memory temp sensor but i've been reading that DDR6 on RTX get pretty toasty core 65c = 85c on memory... i remember HBM was getting artifacts after 70c, is GDDR6 temp sensible?

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Quote: Originally Posted by HeadlessKnight View Post
More like 6 or 7 hours if you are using version 5.0 of MemTestPro.
I am using DRAM calculator set to 700000 total, 1000% is from each thread

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Load CPU heavy stress like Prime95 instead of memtest.

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Quote: Originally Posted by Synoxia View Post
I've reloaded my 1000% HCI stable profile (i've done some changes) and seems like the crashes are gone now. I am afraid though that this card might have memory artifacts... could it be because of temps? Strix card do not offer a memory temp sensor but i've been reading that DDR6 on RTX get pretty toasty core 65c = 85c on memory... i remember HBM was getting artifacts after 70c, is GDDR6 temp sensible?
i so doubt it's GDDR. got the same thing when trying to OC some crappy corsair ram.

reading the dump file will point you to the problem. go get winDB from MS - make sure you get the symbols too!

two quick notes:
sometimes, well all the time, it gives me a permission error trying to load the dump file in the win folder - coping to my desktop then opening it solves that.

and when you open it - it doesn't give ALL the info at first. wait until you see analyze -V in blue text and click on that to let the symbols do their magic.

they're magic? pointing you to the direct culprit of the problem . . or culprits.

on a side note:
don't trust those "guesses" too much about the gpu core/GDDR temp differences - i have seen confirmed differences of 15c to 30c. w/o a temp sensor there is no sure way to tell. i can tell you for sure, if you don't see artifacts on the screen then you ain't having them

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Memory can be temperature sensitive, you might be doing memtest to 1000% which stresses the CPU/DRAM but you probably forgot the element of when you play a game. A 2080 can output a good amount of heat into your case thus increasing the temperature of everything inside (can be as bad as 20C extra sometimes depending on your airflow). E.g. With your HCI testing your RAM sticks could be at say 40C, but with the heat added to the case environment from the GPU that could easily get them into the 50's.

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