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AlfaM03

Black Screen, Fans Full Speed

Yea. Like I said then Probably ya PSU :( 

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Intel i5-9600k OCd to 4.9GHz
Gigabyte Aorus Z370 Ultra Gaming
Deepcool Gammaxx GT Air Cooler
Gigabyte Aorus 16GB (2x8GB) RGB Memory 3600mHz with demo kit
MSI GTX 1080Ti Gaming X
Seasonic S12II 620w 80+ Bronze PSU

This is a 3year old GTX1080Ti. Recently I just noticed everytime I play a game now, the screen goes black, sound continues playing, fans on full speed.  Then comes a notification sound plays that a device has been disconnected then reconnected again.  I reseated the card to another PCIe but it won't display.  Tried re plugging the power cords, no help. Uninstalled and reinstalled drivers, nope.  Tried to return CPU to stock 4.2GHz, no help. Opened up the card and changed thermal paste gave it life and I was able to play Control without any problems. I decided to shut down my PC.  Woke up and tried to play again, this time after I load my save file and I enter the stage, screen goes black again, no signal from the monitor and fans are full speed. But no sign of overheating either.

 

Other than that, basic PC stuff like surfing the net and working on documents are no problem. Hmm

I have checked reliability history it says it's a hardware error. What info from this do you guys need to help me out? Any help is appreciated.

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Pics are blurred and unreadable.  I don’t know if they help or not.

 

So you were getting temporary disconnects, reseated your gpu and it then progressed to full disconnects?

 

 


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I can't really see the pictures but, What is your PSU? It could be a lack of wattage or just your mobo screwing up. Make sure the power is sufficient, the wires are, and that you've got it in the right version and size of pcie slot.

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Posted · Original PosterOP
2 minutes ago, Bombastinator said:


 

Pics are blurred and unreadable.  I don’t know if they help or not.

 

So you were getting temporary disconnects, reseated your gpu and it then progressed to full disconnects?

 

 

Hmm, strange. They're pretty clear from my part.
I attached a video. Check it out.
I just tried putting it on my other PCIe slot. But it didn't display anything. So I put it back to the "working" slot.

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That happened with me aswell when OCing my gtx 970 and what worked for me is that , Unless the fan speed is under 95%, Do not OC it.

 

Anyway, follow my previous steps and let me know how it goes

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Posted · Original PosterOP
3 minutes ago, Yeet_The_Kiddies said:

 

 

I can't really see the pictures but, What is your PSU? It could be a lack of wattage or just your mobo screwing up. Make sure the power is sufficient, the wires are, and that you've got it in the right version and size of pcie slot.

Seasonic S12II 620w 80+ Bronze PSU
But its about 4 years old. I'm thinking of it as the culprit vs a dying card(hopefully not?)
COVID problem though, I don't have another PSU or another build to test out the card. :(

I also uploaded a video above. Could you view it?

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1 minute ago, AlfaM03 said:
6 minutes ago, Bombastinator said:


 

Pics are blurred and unreadable.  I don’t know if they help or not.

 

So you were getting temporary disconnects, reseated your gpu and it then progressed to full disconnects?

 

 

Hmm, strange. They're pretty clear from my part.
I attached a video. Check it out.
I just tried putting it on my other PCIe slot. But it didn't display anything. So I put it back to the "working" slot.

What GPU is it? And also, Try using another OCing software (so afterburner or Gpu Tweak II)

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1 minute ago, AlfaM03 said:

COVID problem though, I don't have another PSU or another build to test out the card. :(

Well Ebuyer's still up :) Whats the wattage of your current one cause I found a 450W PSU 80+ for $25

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Posted · Original PosterOP
Just now, Yeet_The_Kiddies said:

Well Ebuyer's still up :) Whats the wattage of your current one cause I found a 450W PSU 80+ for $25

  Uhhhh, I'm from the Philippines. :( and I my 620w PSU is 4 years old. Kinda stated it on my complete specs up top.

Just now, Yeet_The_Kiddies said:

What GPU is it? And also, Try using another OCing software (so afterburner or Gpu Tweak II)

3 year old MSI GTX 1080Ti Gaming X. I have Afterburner but I didn't touch anything. These are at stock speeds. 

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3 minutes ago, Yeet_The_Kiddies said:

 

 

Try run it at 90%

See how that goes

Tried it. Problem still persists.

Any specific consideration? Because I know it's not an overheating problem. 31'C at idle and 78-79'C on load.

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1 minute ago, AlfaM03 said:

Tried it. Problem still persists.

Any specific consideration? Because I know it's not an overheating problem. 31'C at idle and 78-79'C on load.

Like I said. Try use a different software

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Posted · Original PosterOP
15 minutes ago, Bombastinator said:


 

Pics are blurred and unreadable.  I don’t know if they help or not.

 

So you were getting temporary disconnects, reseated your gpu and it then progressed to full disconnects?

 

 

HARDWARE ERROR 
Description
A problem with your hardware caused Windows to stop working correctly.

Problem signature
Problem Event Name:    LiveKernelEvent
Code:    187
Parameter 1:    1
Parameter 2:    0
Parameter 3:    0
Parameter 4:    0
OS version:    10_0_18363
Service Pack:    0_0
Product:    256_1
OS Version:    10.0.18363.2.0.0.256.48
Locale ID:    13321

Extra information about the problem
Bucket ID:    0x187_dxgkrnl!DxgCreateLiveDumpWithWdLogs
Server information:    ba754123-0512-44a8-a1eb-21a68819cf47

 

DESKTOP WINDOWS MANAGER STOPPED WORKING

Description
Faulting Application Path:    C:\Windows\System32\dwm.exe

Problem signature
Problem Event Name:    APPCRASH
Application Name:    dwm.exe
Application Version:    10.0.18362.387
Application Timestamp:    8e064b77
Fault Module Name:    StackHash_7f4f
Fault Module Version:    0.0.0.0
Fault Module Timestamp:    00000000
Exception Code:    e0464645
Exception Offset:    PCH_2C_FROM_KERNELBASE+0x00000000000FFAFF
OS Version:    10.0.18363.2.0.0.256.48
Locale ID:    13321
Additional Information 1:    7f4f
Additional Information 2:    7f4f3d90dbcb9bd946b480dc62d37386
Additional Information 3:    afaa
Additional Information 4:    afaa2b326ab476c4e2233d1565a0ba72

Extra information about the problem
Bucket ID:    8472bb8709b37f44fa4e1f59830e8238 (1895486962480874040)


Also posted a video up top. Check it out. :)

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Posted · Original PosterOP
2 minutes ago, Yeet_The_Kiddies said:

Like I said. Try use a different software

To change fan speed?

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Posted · Original PosterOP
4 minutes ago, Yeet_The_Kiddies said:

Yes. GPU Tweak ll can do that

Alright. Tried setting fan speed with my MSI Afterburner first. No help. Still the black screen.

Downloaded the ASUS GPU Tweak II and set fan speed. Still nothing. Black screen

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