I have searched everywhere for trouble shooting help and I apologize if this is the wrong place to look for help.
Above is an image of my current rig specs, with the drivers completely reinstalled and up to date.
MSI GeForce RTX 2080 Ti DirectX 12 RTX 2080 TI SEA HAWK EK X 11GB 352-Bit GDDR6 PCI Express 3.0 x16 HDCP Ready SLI Support Video Card https://www.newegg.com/msi-geforce-r...82E16814137353
Above is the graphics card I have.
When playing the new Call of Duty WarZone maxed out (temperatures of GPU peak at approximately 77*C) as far as I have seen, the game will just "crash".
I have been unable to replicate this crash in any other game. I have searched google to see if any users have similar issues but cannot find it.
By crash, I mean my monitors "shut off". I lose picture from my GPU to all of the monitors. The screens go black, however the monitors themselves still have power, the temperature gauges on my MOBO and Hardline watercooling unit are still registered, all of my RGB fans, strips, pumps, even the RGB in the GPU waterblock still remain ON.
The only thing is lost is my picture in the background.
Waiting does not work. I can only manually turn off the computer by pressing the power button and turning it back on to get the picture back.
I have tried:
ran both furmark and heaven benchmark programs at MAXIMUM settings and have not been able to replicate the issue - granted the maximum temperature i could achieve in both was only approximately 65*C
adjusting power limit in msi afterburner
adjusting temp limit in msi afterburner
lowering core clock and memory clock
What do we think is happening? How can I fix this crashing issue?
I believe its a thermal throttle that is shutting off the GPU as a failsafe? Please help? What advice do you have for me?
Could it be a power draw issue from the PSU?
I have had this card for approximately 8~ months now and have only experienced this issue at maximum loads on Call of Duty WarZone.