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  1. Thanks to y'all for replying! The issue was the GPU. Three days ago one fan gave out completely and one started making weird noises so I had to return it. An EVGA rep said the fans might have been failing for quite a while but they were still reporting over 1k RPM in HWMonitor etc. So a word of warning for you out there: check your GPU fans even if software reports everything to be ok. Double and triple check even if they seem to be spinning fine because it might be a wiring fault!
  2. On 3004 (latest BIOS) atm.
  3. This is actually my 3rd time reinstalling Windows. I tried downloading the latest drivers and installing them with the ethernet cable pulled out. Then I tried using Asus Grid and it did a pretty good job at installing everything. Whichever way it didn't seem to make a big difference...
  4. Asus Crosshair VII Hero (Wifi)
  5. Heaven, Valley, 3DMark TimeSpy, FireStrike, Cinebench, MemTest86...I can't think of any other atm.
  6. I've had it for a good year. It started doing this around November. Never OC'd or anything... i guess it's in line with crappy EVGA products I've experienced. Last purchase.
  7. Been there, done that. Tried overvolting and undervolting too. No dice
  8. I was advised to post here, from PSUs so....here it goes: Hi! So recently I have started having issues with games on my rig. Basically, whenever I play something a bit more intensive (eg. Overwatch on high settings, AC: Odyssey, Darksiders Genesis (?) ) my computer will either crash the game to a black screen with audio or no audio at all or restart completely. I have kept an eye on temps, my aircooled 2700x (No OC) sits at most at 65C under very heavy load. My GPU can get pretty hot (75-80 C) but as far as I've researched it's not too bad for an aircooled 2080ti. Things I have tried so far: Reinstalling Windows (this copy is about 10 days old) Reinstalling GPU drivers with DDU in safe mode Running games off a SSD instead of a HDD (someone suggested it might be a loading time issue). Adding extra fans to my system (currently 7 fans configured as 5x intake and 2 as exhaust). A plethora of other fixes and tips suggested of reddit, LTT, TH etc including fiddling with power settings and plans, disconnecting my secondary monitor and so on. Now I've had an EVGA 750w G PSU fail on me last year and because they are shit at RMA-ing I eventually bought a Corsair HX850i in the month I was waiting on EVGA. The PSU is literally the only component I haven't swapped so everything seems to point at that, I find it hard to believe that I am THAT unlucky to have TWO PSUs from "reputable" manufacturers fail on within the space of one year but I guess stranger things have happened. So what do you guys think? Any suggestions? Specs: Ryzen 2700x (no oc) on Noctua NH D15 TridentZ 16GB RBG RAM, 3466Mhz DOCP EVGA 2080ti XC (no oc) OS on Samsung Evo 970 M.2 500GB SSD; Games running off a Samsung Evo 860 1TB; 2 TB WD Black as extra storage. PSU: Corsair HX850i 3x Noctua 120mm iPPC 2000 fans, 3x Corsair ML120, 1x Noctua Chromax 140mm Update! Ran pretty much all of the benchmarks/stress tests I could think of: Prime95, Memtest, Firestrike, Time Spy, Cinebench R20, Heaven, Valley, Windows Memory Diagnostic and probably more that I can't recall right now. No instability, no crashes, CPU sits at max 67C, GPU got to 84C in Time Spy at 4K but no artifacts or other issues.
  9. Either way, 2700x should easily handle that especially on autoboost. Did a 3DMark Stress Test. While for a short period, CPU never went over 72C. Same for Cinebench R20 (3993 score).
  10. Darksiders Genesis seemed to be constantly doing it no matter the graphical settings but I was emailing one of the devs and we were figuring out what he seemed to think was an Unreal 4 issue. Overwatch does it from time to time, usually hangs with a black screen but it was bluescreened me before. Ac:Odyssey has done it about three times at random times. On the other hand, played through SOTTR at max settings for 30 odd hours without any crash at all. In the middle of July bistering heat too.
  11. Nah, it's good. I wanted to get it for a long time. https://www.3dmark.com/3dm/43335309? So this happened. No crash or any other issues.
  12. Crashes happen randomly. Out in the wild while looking at a skybox during climbing, crouching in some bushes...there doesn't seem to be any rhyme or reason. Also, I occasionally get crashes in less intensive games (I got one while playing Dark Souls and another one in Overwatch while testing out if minimum settings still does it). Just bought 3D Mark (luckily on offer). Will test tonight.
  13. Funny you should ask, I ran Valley, Heaven, FurMark both without and with OC and it went fine for literally hours before I stopped the test. Also, this is not a constant issue; I can play for hours without a problem and then it will literally crash every 10 minutes.
  14. Hi! So recently I have started having issues with games on my rig. Basically, whenever I play something a bit more intensive (eg. Overwatch on high settings, AC: Odyssey, Darksiders Genesis (?) ) my computer will either crash the game to a black screen with audio or no audio at all or restart completely. I have kept an eye on temps, my aircooled 2700x (No OC) sits at most at 65C under very heavy load. My GPU can get pretty hot (75-80 C) but as far as I've researched it's not too bad for an aircooled 2080ti. Things I have tried so far: Reinstalling Windows (this copy is about 10 days old) Reinstalling GPU drivers with DDU in safe mode Running games off a SSD instead of a HDD (someone suggested it might be a loading time issue). Adding extra fans to my system (currently 7 fans configured as 5x intake and 2 as exhaust). A plethora of other fixes and tips suggested of reddit, LTT, TH etc including fiddling with power settings and plans, disconnecting my secondary monitor and so on. Now I've had an EVGA 750w G PSU fail on me last year and because they are shit at RMA-ing I eventually bought a Corsair HX850i in the month I was waiting on EVGA. The PSU is literally the only component I haven't swapped so everything seems to point at that, I find it hard to believe that I am THAT unlucky to have TWO PSUs from "reputable" manufacturers fail on within the space of one year but I guess stranger things have happened. So what do you guys think? Any suggestions? Specs: Ryzen 2700x (no oc) on Noctua NH D15 TridentZ 16GB RBG RAM, 3466Mhz DOCP EVGA 2080ti XC (no oc) OS on Samsung Evo 970 M.2 500GB SSD; Games running off a Samsung Evo 860 1TB; 2 TB WD Black as extra storage. PSU: Corsair HX850i 3x Noctua 120mm iPPC 2000 fans, 3x Corsair ML120, 1x Noctua Chromax 140mm
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