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New 2080super-100%Load/Crash /w Logs

Aloha everyone!  I've been a fan for a bit, but never had a reason to reach out until now...  

 

==>ISSUE: Over the last 2 weeks since I put my Aorus 2080super in I've been diagnosing a major GPU problem that's left me unable to play any game at almost any settings.  Before this my system worked perfectly with my RX590 Fatboy backup; albeit at lower resolutions. 

-Since then I've used DDU, (safe mode), to uninstall ALL AMD/NVIDIA drivers. 

-Reinstalled NVIDIA 445.87 with windows auto-update off.  

-Updated all drivers at the manufacturer website; through aorus engine, in windows devices/printers.

-Downloaded Nvidia Control Panel.  ("Let the 3d Application Decide")

 

-NOW: Uninstalled all HW control; NO Aorus Engine, no MSI Afterburner, No Corsair iCue, No RGB Fusion2.0.  Wallpaper Engine disabled for week, (uninstalling that next).  

 

==>SPECS:

Just put this together over the last two months; my 4th PC build in 5 years. 


CPU - i59600k (No OC ever)
MB - Aorus z390 ITX Wifi

RAM - G.Skill Trident Z 8+8GB, 3000 (XMP Disabled)

PSU - EVGA 750w GA (Full Mod)

CASE - Thermaltake P1 ITX  

--RISER - Thermaltake AC-045-CN1OTN-C1 TT Premium PCI-E x16 3.0 Extender Riser

GPU - 2080s Aorus 8GB (2 Separate/individual 6+2 Connectors; included with PSU)

MON - Asus VG32VQ @1440p, HDMI2.0

SSD - Intel 660 M.2 1TB (Boot)

--OS - Windows 10 Pro

SSD - Samsung 990 EVO 1TB

HDD - Seagate 4 TB

 

==>PROBLEMS: 

Artifacts in game include streaking, tearing, stuttering in COD:MW; red spots, lighting and reflection issues in everything especially Timespy Benchmark; spots and flickering in CIV6; freezes and black screens in Tomb Raider, Far Cry, Xcom2, etc. all ending in Directx/Developer Errors.  All these games have crashed at 1 point, MY PC NEVER HAS TO RESTART, but recovers to Desktop: event examples below.   

It crashes in the 1st minute when running Aorus OC Auto Scan in Aorus Engine. 

Crashes in DX12 Timespy Test in under 3 mins. @100% load. / https://www.3dmark.com/3dm/46988902

Plays through DX11 Firestrike Test fine with no spikes but red spots and slight stuttering. 

 

===>LOGS/Crashes: 

All logs in Google drive, screenshots are in numerical order by date.  HWinfo logs should be labeled.  

https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/18y1wu5vQ2DMFIccvLzS7y-MeTmsN0Vgq?usp=sharing

 

CRASH EVENT EXAMPLES:

**CIV6 CRASH (Ranges over 3 hours): https://drive.google.com/open?id=11R2qlfAnFSaR2CCLe2a0Es0yW2uhtw1f

Black Screen -> Blue Screen -> Error Message of Failed graphics drivers -> firaxis crash report -> back in desktop; PC did not restart.

**COD:MW CRASH (5 minute Log):https://drive.google.com/open?id=19vHMCtv_zVbGxsRPKqWP8CsDHZPTKLpy

Frozen menu -> Black screen -> Dev. Error message about unrecoverable Directx failure -> back to desktop; PC did not restart.

 

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Mahalo for reading! I have nothing better to do then solve this, so I'll be around if anyone has questions or advice. :)

 

 

PS.

Its been steadily worse since I uninstalled aorus engine, and the -MHz underclock. Idk if it was the underclocking that helped stabilize it as I didn't have artifacts before in civ6 and cod, but I just had a crash in Civ 6 when in my city center que-ing up production. I was already experiencing some black specs/artifacts on the map and cutscenes and wrote it off as FPS, *(even though its limited to 120 FPS in Nvidia Control Panel and 60FPS in game, @1440p High settings)*. In COD:MW, wih 150+FPS (no in game limiters only N CP), @1440p, Normal settings, I would see black streaks, tears and stuttering.

 

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Nooo   ;_;

 

Not a sinlge reply! The nightmare continues! lol 

Guess I should have just asked, a question this forum is used to... 

 

"A 2070 Super or a 2080 Super?" LMFAO

 

If anyone's got a clue or previous experience with something similar I'd love to hear it!  Lmk please :)

 

Mahalo! 

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