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IbrahemAlobeidi

Blackscreen and games crashing

OP, you have a lot of ram, have you tried running it on only one stick to see if you can get it stable? 

 

also, try underclocking the GPU, to see if the GPU is the issue 

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Hello, My pc last 3 days crashing on every game , I tried everything changing ram slots, flashing bios , updating graphics and pc drivers , updating windows, and I still get blackscreen after 5 minutes or more when running any game the screen goes black and game sound keep looping and after some minutes the game crash and I get notification on windows saying the application has been blocked from accessing Graphics hardware .

Here's my pc specs : https://valid.x86.fr/6r9ctp

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OP, you have a lot of ram, have you tried running it on only one stick to see if you can get it stable? 

 

also, try underclocking the GPU, to see if the GPU is the issue 


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Posted · Original PosterOP
8 minutes ago, Emanbaird said:

OP, you have a lot of ram, have you tried running it on only one stick to see if you can get it stable? 

 

also, try underclocking the GPU, to see if the GPU is the issue 

I tried to run it on only one ram stick and same problem

I have EVGA GTX Titan x sc , How much should I underclock the gpu?

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1 minute ago, IbrahemAlobeidi said:

I tried to run it on only one ram stick and same problem

I have EVGA GTX Titan x sc , How much should I underclock the gpu?

Thanks for reply

I would try just 100mhz at first just to be safe, or try moving up the voltage if you can on these 


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Posted · Original PosterOP
22 minutes ago, Emanbaird said:

I would try just 100mhz at first just to be safe, or try moving up the voltage if you can on these 

I tried to underclock the gpu -90mhz gpu clock and -100 mem mhz and moved the volt up +6 mv it's seems fixed 

That's mean its GPU issue?

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1 minute ago, IbrahemAlobeidi said:

I tried to underclock the gpu -90mhz gpu clock and -100 mem mhz and moved the volt up +6 mv it's seems fixed 

That's mean its GPU issue?

Most likely, if you can i would just put it back to auto and set the voltage offset to like 25mv or something if you can, its supposed to boost to the max stable speed


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Posted · Original PosterOP
3 minutes ago, Emanbaird said:

Most likely, if you can i would just put it back to auto and set the voltage offset to like 25mv or something if you can, its supposed to boost to the max stable speed

I've set the mhz back to auto and set the voltage to +24 and the GPU crashed again

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Posted · Original PosterOP
18 minutes ago, Emanbaird said:

Most likely, if you can i would just put it back to auto and set the voltage offset to like 25mv or something if you can, its supposed to boost to the max stable speed

It's seems the factory oc isn't stable anymore

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Yeah, Higher than stock voltages can cause issues in stability over time, but the titan X isn't that old of a card, EVGA has a 3 year warranty, i would probably try to RMA it if you can 


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Posted · Original PosterOP
14 minutes ago, Emanbaird said:

Yeah, Higher than stock voltages can cause issues in stability over time, but the titan X isn't that old of a card, EVGA has a 3 year warranty, i would probably try to RMA it if you can 

I can't RMA the card because I did replace the thermal paste and opened the card :(

I will stick with underclocked settings until I afford a new card

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3 minutes ago, IbrahemAlobeidi said:

I can't RMA the card because I did replace the thermal paste and opened the card :(

I will stick with underclocked settings until I afford a new card

The titan X even underclocked is an amazing card lol I'm excited to get my 2080 ti though


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    Corsair 570x
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    480gb SSD
  • PSU
    Thermaltake Smart M 650W 80+ Bronze
  • Display(s)
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