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SStickells

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  1. will try now, red dead redemption 2 benchmark ran well when I did it, now GTA is doing this, will try a reinstall now
  2. Just got a new PSU, no PC crashes yet but testing a few games and GTA seems to crash constantly at the moment: Source Grand Theft Auto V Summary Stopped working Date ‎04/‎12/‎2020 04:01 PM Status Report sent Description Faulting Application Path: E:\Games\Rockstar\Grand Theft Auto V\GTA5.exe Problem signature Problem Event Name: APPCRASH Application Name: GTA5.exe Application Version: 1.0.2060.1 Application Timestamp: 5f4d2237 Fault Module Name: GTA5.exe Fault Module Version: 1.0.2060.1 Fault Module Timestamp:
  3. Okay, i was wrong... it just crashed again.
  4. hopefully, really confused about it, defnitely working fine now, but like I said running off one PCIe power.
  5. think going back to just one cable has got it stable again, really confused why two would make it crash?
  6. Have also noticed *i think* my CPU normally runs at max boost, so 4.7GHz as its a i7-8700K but currently its running at 4.3 so didnt know if that was also being throttled or something.
  7. Is it okay to run a 3080 off of just one PCIe port?
  8. So yesterday I had my 3080 FE running off of a single PCIe coming from my PSU, but it was a 2 x pin cable, and my pc seemed to be running fine but I knew this wasn't the proper way to have the GPU running, since, I have plugged in a new cable into my PSU and now have both PCIe ports taken up on my PSU and going into the new 12 pin adapter NVIDIA provided me with. and my PC seems to be crashing everytime it goes underload. The 'view reliability monitor' is showing this when crashing: Source Windows Summary Hardware error Date ‎02/‎12/‎2020 09:53 AM Status Not repor
  9. That's what I was thinking, Ive asked Thermaltake so guess I just have to wait now. my 3080 is currently being powered by one PCIe 8 pin on my PSU, but the cable splits into two 8 pins... think that's okay for now and wont do any damage until I can get one of these cables?
  10. Just tried this, could only find some on EBay and even then it was just for 'thermaltake PSU's' and I dont know if it would work specifically with my PSU
  11. So I'm looking for a PCIe cable to go straight from my 750W ThermalTake Toughpower Grand PSU to my GPU 8 pin adapter for the 3080 FE, but I cant seem to find a cable that will fit the Thermaltake PSU and isn't an extension cable.
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