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I'm running a 1080 ti (EVGA Black Edition) under water at stock clocks, and recently, my display drivers started crashing. It happens when the pc is under load. Usually in MSI afterburner it looks like it's after hitting the power limit, but sometimes it hits power limit and doesn't crash. Crashes are usually screens like the first linked image and will just take 10-20 seconds to recover from, but can go as far as causing the computer to reboot. In event viewer, it shows a lot of nvlddmkm error ID 13's, 14's, and then the display driver stopping and successfully recovering. I was wondering if anyone had run into similar issues or knew how to fix it.

https://imgur.com/C0Pdkl9
https://gyazo.com/c0458fb18ee98098892293526c684d32
 

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I'm running a 1080 ti (EVGA Black Edition) under water at stock clocks, and recently, my display drivers started crashing. It happens when the pc is under load. Usually in MSI afterburner it looks like it's after hitting the power limit, but sometimes it hits power limit and doesn't crash. Crashes are usually screens like the first linked image and will just take 10-20 seconds to recover from, but can go as far as causing the computer to reboot. In event viewer, it shows a lot of nvlddmkm error ID 13's, 14's, and then the display driver stopping and successfully recovering. I was wondering if anyone had run into similar issues or knew how to fix it.

https://imgur.com/C0Pdkl9
https://gyazo.com/c0458fb18ee98098892293526c684d32
Set your RAM (video card memory, not system memory) overclock to stock (Default) and report back with your results.
 
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