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fXjZL5

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About fXjZL5

  • Title
    Newbie

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  • Location
    Canada
  • Gender
    Male

System

  • CPU
    Intel Core i7 6700K
  • Motherboard
    MSI Z170A SLI Plus
  • RAM
    G.SKILL Ripjaws V Series 48GB 2133Mhz
  • GPU
    EVGA GeForce GTX 1070 SC
  • PSU
    Seasonic M12II EVO 80 PLUS® Bronze 650W
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro
  1. Thanks for your reply. I did as you suggested. I uninstalled CFOSpeed, then I uninstalled my GPU drivers with DDU. However, the moment I reinstalled them I got another BSOD. Any ideas on what I could do from here?
  2. I recently upgraded from a GTX 1070 to an RTX 3070. Ever since I got the new card, my PC keeps crashing constantly at random intervals with BSOD. I've included my dumps below. Would appreciate any help. System: CPU Intel Core i7 6700K Motherboard MSI Z170A SLI Plus RAM G.SKILL Ripjaws V Series 32GB 3600 MHz GPU MSI GeForce RTX 3070 Gaming X Trio PSU Corsair RM650 80+ Gold Operating System Windows 10 Pro
  3. Welp. I failed to get one completely. Did y'all fare any different?
  4. Sorry if this is a stupid question -- it probably is, but I've never been through the process of trying to purchase a new product before it's sold out before. From what I know, Nvidia isn't going to be selling the card on their website and is handing it off instead to BestBuy. I just called BestBuy Canada and they told me it probably won't be coming out until early November, but the sales rep didn't really seem to know what she was talking about. Does anyone have better/more up to date information? Also, do we know where else is going to stock it in Canada?
  5. The new PSU fixed it. Thanks a lot for your help, dude.
  6. Yeah, this situation is a complete mess. I ordered a PSU from Corsair (didn't have a spare lying around). When I get it I'll try using the system with that and see if it fixes the problem.
  7. Dang, no luck, dude. I closed Furmark and started up UE4 and yep, reboot.
  8. Yooo, I did it and Furmark is currently running. No crash! Temps are normal. It might still crash though, it's not been as long as I ran it for last time. Do you suggest I let the test until the end or close it and try running a game or UE4?
  9. I had XMP enabled. Now that you mention it, I never actually tested it with the 32 GB at stock. I'll try it right now and see if that works.
  10. It's not configured the most elegant way. A bit after the sporadic crashes first started, I upgraded the memory. I was running 16 GB at 2133 MHz (2 x 8 GB) since I built the thing in 2016, but I got 32 GB (2 x 16 GB) 3600 MHz like two weeks ago. All from G.Skill. Obviously, I'm not getting the 3600 MHz, but I didn't think that would be much of a problem since I could just upgrade the two 8s to 16s and get 64 GB 3600 MHz in the near future. When it got to the point where I'm at now where I can't even launch a game without the PC rebooting, I tried running it with just the new 32 GB
  11. Thanks, I did as you suggested. My first Furmark test after I reseated everything failed as normal, but the second time it actually worked. The test started to run and the temps were good. I let it run for a few minutes before closing it and trying to open UE4 again. The moment UE4 opened, the PC rebooted. Since then, I'm back at square one. Furmark, UE4, and games are not working.
  12. I can't use my GPU at all. It passes video through to my monitor, but the moment I turn on a game (not necessarily in the start menu but the moment the actual game starts) or start Unreal Engine 4, my PC restarts with no BSOD or crash log, but with an Event 41 with no bugcheckcode. I'm pulling my hair out. I've tried everything. I'm pretty sure my PC doesn't have malware. My CPU has survived every stress test I've done so far, my RAM tests have been successful, I've tried plugging it into different ports, temps are healthy, the PC is pristine without a particle of dust, everything is plugged i
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