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Everything posted by Eggeh

  1. Yep @piratemonkey, just logged data from the PSU voltages during a crash and 12V doesn't drop a tiny bit when it happen. Crashes now also happen in Davinci Resolve which is very GPU intensive aswell. I'll get a new GPU and see from there I believe. Edit : GPU was indeed the culprit, new GPU fixed the issue
  2. @piratemonkey, yes, I also ran Display Driver Uninstaller!
  3. Config: Intel Core i7-3820 (2012) 32GB DDR3 (2012) GeForce GTX760/OC 4GB (2014) Antec NE650C EC (2018) Win10 64bits (End of 2019) So, here it goes: had no problems with this computer for as long as I can remember besides a faulty PSU I changed 2 years ago. Starting today, the game I usually play with causes an nvlddmkm.sys driver_irql_not_less_or_equal BSOD straight away most of the time, sometimes the GPU crashes and manages to recover. In both cases the game picture freezes with color artifacts (see attached file 1) I'm having the same