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andrewmct

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    GPU CRASHING ISSUES

    Yes and from the nvidia site.I installed geforce experience too
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    GPU CRASHING

    ive done that
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    GPU CRASHING

    I have a b350 motherboard and after I updated the bios for a new ryzen 5 2600 (from a ryzen 3 1200) i've been having continuous video card issues, I was using an r9 390 that was getting pretty hot so I figured the card might have been burnt so I tried replacing it with a RX 580 and I had the same issues ( thread stuck in device driver, then it would restart and say wattman setting have been reset due to unexpected failure) so my roommate let me try his gtx 680 and it worked for days with no problem, I didnt really understand it but I figured i would just get a new nvidia card and that would fix the issue. I traded my rx 580 in for a 1050 ti and now every time I try to update the drivers it goes into a reboot loop and wont start until I go into safe mode and delete the drivers. Right now im using the pc with the GPU disabled in my device manager but as soon as I turn it back on it will crash. Please help.
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    GPU CRASHING ISSUES

    I got some money back and i just need my computer to work. Kinda was fed up with amd bc I thought it was amd related but apparently not
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    Is 100MHz a big difference for a GPU?

    Not worth it, just can just overclock the slower one for same result
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    GPU CRASHING ISSUES

    I've tried everything I can think of from downgrading bios and different card drivers, and switch ram sticks and reinsalling windows, just about everything ive read online before making this post.
  7. andrewmct

    GPU CRASHING ISSUES

    I have a b350 motherboard and after I updated the bios for a new ryzen 5 2600 (from a ryzen 3 1200) i've been having continuous video card issues, I was using an r9 390 that was getting pretty hot so I figured the card might have been burnt so I tried replacing it with a RX 580 and I had the same issues ( thread stuck in device driver, then it would restart and say wattman setting have been reset due to unexpected failure) so my roommate let me try his gtx 680 and it worked for days with no problem, I didnt really understand it but I figured i would just get a new nvidia card and that would fix the issue. I traded my rx 580 in for a 1050 ti and now every time I try to update the drivers it goes into a reboot loop and wont start until I go into safe mode and delete the drivers. Right now im using the pc with the GPU disabled in my device manager but as soon as I turn it back on it will crash. Please help.
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