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Problem with my 3060

hi. 

I recently bought a Gainward Ghost OC 3060. But I can't start GTA V or Minecraft with raytracing shaders. It nearly instantly crashes my PC. Rocket league is no problem btw. 

 

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mY sYsTeM iS Not pErfoRmInG aS gOOd As I sAW oN yOuTuBe. 

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Did you have a graphic card beforehand?

 

If so, run DDU in safe mode to fully clear them.

Spoiler

Start Safe Mode directly from Windows

  1. Click the Windows-button → Power.

  2. Hold down the shift key and click Restart.

  3. Click the option Troubleshoot and then Advanced options.

    windows8_1_troubleshoot_advanced-option_en.jpg

  4. Go to “Advanced options” and click Start-up Settings.

    windows8_1_start-up_Settings_en.jpg

  5. Under “Start-up Settings” click Restart.

    restart.jpg

  6. Various boot options are displayed.

    The relevant options for booting in Safe Mode are numbers, 4,5, or 6.
    Select an option by pressing one of the numbers or function keys F4, F5 or F6

    windows8_1_enable-safe-mode_startup-settings.jpg

    4) Enable Safe Mode
    In this mode, the operating system is started with the bare minimum of installed drivers and only the main Windows functions are used.

    5) Enable Safe Mode with Networking
    In this mode, the network drivers are also started.

    6) Enable Safe Mode with Command Prompt
    In this mode, the operating system is started in text mode. This mode requires knowledge of computer commands and is, therefore, more suitable for professional users.

  7. Windows 10 starts in Safe Mode.

 

And then reinstall the latest drivers straight from NVIDIA.

CPU: AMD Ryzen 3600 / GPU: Radeon HD7970 GHz 3GB(upgrade pending) / RAM: Corsair Vengeance LPX 2x8GB DDR4-3200
MOBO: MSI B450m Gaming Plus / NVME: Corsair MP510 240GB / Case: TT Core v21 / PSU: Seasonic 750W / OS: Win 10 Pro

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50 minutes ago, TetraSky said:

Did you have a graphic card beforehand?

 

If so, run DDU in safe mode to fully clear them.

  Reveal hidden contents

Start Safe Mode directly from Windows

  1. Click the Windows-button → Power.

  2. Hold down the shift key and click Restart.

  3. Click the option Troubleshoot and then Advanced options.

    windows8_1_troubleshoot_advanced-option_en.jpg

  4. Go to “Advanced options” and click Start-up Settings.

    windows8_1_start-up_Settings_en.jpg

  5. Under “Start-up Settings” click Restart.

    restart.jpg

  6. Various boot options are displayed.

    The relevant options for booting in Safe Mode are numbers, 4,5, or 6.
    Select an option by pressing one of the numbers or function keys F4, F5 or F6

    windows8_1_enable-safe-mode_startup-settings.jpg

    4) Enable Safe Mode
    In this mode, the operating system is started with the bare minimum of installed drivers and only the main Windows functions are used.

    5) Enable Safe Mode with Networking
    In this mode, the network drivers are also started.

    6) Enable Safe Mode with Command Prompt
    In this mode, the operating system is started in text mode. This mode requires knowledge of computer commands and is, therefore, more suitable for professional users.

  7. Windows 10 starts in Safe Mode.

 

And then reinstall the latest drivers straight from NVIDIA.

No I this is the first GPU of this PC

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53 minutes ago, Levent said:

Share all of the components in your PC. 

CPU: core i7 9700k 

MB: msi MPG z390 gaming plus

PSU: be quiet 700 w 80+ bronze

Case: Corsair Midi iCUE 220T RGB Smart

RAM: Corsair vengeance 3000 mhz

OS: Win 10 Pro

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