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Dank Rafft

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  1. My PSU isn't modular but I already tried the other two 8-Pins.
  2. I just tested both Borderlands 3 and The Witcher 3 capped at 60 FPS. Result: No crash. I guess I have to find someone who could borrow me a graphics card so I can test if it's actually related to the GPU.
  3. I did a clean reinstall of Windows as mentioned in the OP. The second time I didn't install that mod or run Fallout 4. The other games still crashed. It's unlikely that the mod is the cause. I checked its source code and all it does is to modify the game engine at runtime in memory. I can replicate the same crash without the mod if I manually unlock framerate so the game can run above 60 FPS. The only game that doesn't crash is Hearthstone. It runs at 30 or 60 FPS by default IIRC, though. It seems only more demanding titles cause problems.
  4. I don't know if I had the problem before running that mod. It was just the first time I noticed it because it was the first time I ran the game at above 60FPS. And the last time I played another game at higher FPS was back in April. It's called High FPS Physics Fix. I tried basically any official driver I could find on Nvidia's and Asus' website, even the default Windows 10 driver. And I always uninstalled them with DDU.
  5. There's seems to be no sensor for VRAM temps on my card. Neither HWMonitor nor GPU-Z show something like that. They show only GPU Temp.
  6. PC Specs: Intel® Core™ i7-8700K 16GB DDR4 Crucial Ballistix Sport 2400MHz (2x 8GB) 11GB NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX™ 1080 Ti ASUS ROG STRIX OC-Edition ASUS ROG Strix Z370-F Gaming (Chipsatz:Z370/ATX) 600 Watt be quiet! Pure Power 10 80+ I haven't overclocked anything, everything uses stock/default settings. The problem When I run a game above 60FPS (I usually do because I have a 144Hz G-Sync monitor) they crash after a few seconds. I noticed it the first time with Fallout 4 when I installed a mod that uncapped the game's native FPS limit of 60. I could play for a few seconds (in rare cases it's a few minutes) before the game crashes pretty reliable. First I thought this is due to that mod because I never had any issues with other games previously. I reinstalled the game and tried different configurations. The result was always the same. Then I installed a mod that enables crash logging and that one showed the following: Fallout 4 doesn't have its own D3D11.dll so it must be the system one (GPU driver?). I tested several (older) Nvidia drivers but that didn't fix it either. After some more tinkering around I tested some of my other games that worked flawlessly a few weeks/months back, namely The Witcher 3 and Borderlands 3. Both showed the exact same behaviour, they crashed a few seconds after loading into the game extremely consistently. I checked temperatures of CPU, GPU, SSD and the other components. But they all are consistently below 80°C. After a clean reinstall of Windows 10 (v2004) those games still crashed. I took apart the entire PC, cleaned and rebuilt it. Finally I ran Prime95, Furmark and MemTest. CPU and memory seem super stable. But Furmark crashed after a few seconds. I guess the graphics card is the cause. I also noticed some strange high-pitched noise coming from the GPU that I've never heard before. Is that coil whine? Could this have something to do with those crashes? What do you think? Is the GPU dead? Are there any other tests I could do to get more information? This is one of the crash reports for Furmark from Windows event log:
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