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Computer crashing (think it's my MSI 3080ti Gaming X Trio)

VinnyHaw
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Update:

So I ran 3dmark time spy extreme stress test a few times (https://www.3dmark.com/tsst/2401596). I also attached a screenshot of the final results page with some of the numbers on it. I also have a log from gpu-z if that's needed.

So I failed the 3dmark stress test with a 96% and 97% is needed to pass. Can anyone look over the 3dmark image and maybe tell me why I failed if anyone sticks out to you?

 

Update 2:

While I didn't get this volcano crash, I did get another crash while playing Halo Infinite. I've attached my gpu-z log from that crash

 

 

 

Problem:

I attached an image. I've received crashes like this now while playing two different games

 

OS:

win 10 64bit

 

Specs:

GPU - MSI 3080ti Gaming X Trio

CPU - Ryzen 5900x

Mobo - Asus Tuf x570

Ram - 64gb (16x4) G. Skill 3600mhz

PSU - be quiet! Dark Power Pro 11 850w

Cooler - be quiet! Dark Rock Pro 4

 

Bio:

Away from my computer atm, so can't check

 

Software running when crashing:

malwarebytes

bitdefender

steam

nzxt cam

 

Error message:

None. The computer would just hard crash like in the image and then restart.

 

Details:

I bought the GPU brand new on release from Microcenter.

Neither the CPU or GPU have been overclocked.

So I first would receive UE4 related crashes while playing Orcs Must Die 3 (OMD3). Those crashes would close the game after a bit, so I would have to restart the game. Eventually I would get what you see in the provided image.

I thought this was just a problem with OMD3, but then I started to see the exact same problems while playing Halo Infinite. First crashes would appear (with no error messages) and then today I received this same volcano looking rig crash.

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time spy extreme benchmark.png

GPU-Z Sensor Log3.txt

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24 minutes ago, Tech87 said:

That looks like a VRAM issue.

 

Do you happen to have another GPU you could plug in to test?

Unfortunately I do not

 

Though it's not like it happens all of the time. It seems to be random. If I can find out why it's happening, then maybe I can work around that?

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Just now, Tech87 said:

Did you happen to play New World?

It's known to break GPUs.

No I have not. I've kept away from that because of that reason.

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Just now, VinnyHaw said:

No I have not. I've kept away from that because of that reason.

Have you tried underclocking the vram? 

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1 minute ago, Brooksie359 said:

Have you tried underclocking the vram? 

No I haven't. Would that help?

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5 minutes ago, Tech87 said:

Did you happen to play New World?

It's known to break GPUs.

Last I heard, MSI wasn't having that issue, just EVGA.

Turns out their 3090 was also having some issues. 

I'm not actually trying to be as grumpy as it seems.

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1 hour ago, VinnyHaw said:

No I haven't. Would that help?

Sometimes. I had a 2080ti trio that had unstable vram that when underclocked stopped crashing. Granted I had to replace it anyways so 🤷 

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15 minutes ago, Brooksie359 said:

Sometimes. I had a 2080ti trio that had unstable vram that when underclocked stopped crashing. Granted I had to replace it anyways so 🤷 

I'll give that a go. Can you suggest any videos or a guide?

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3 hours ago, VinnyHaw said:

I'll give that a go. Can you suggest any videos or a guide?

For me I just used msi afterburner and it usually is a simple slider. Make sure you are lowering it though and not increasing the vram speed because memory overclocking is an easy way to make your gpu unstable. 

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1 hour ago, Brooksie359 said:

For me I just used msi afterburner and it usually is a simple slider. Make sure you are lowering it though and not increasing the vram speed because memory overclocking is an easy way to make your gpu unstable. 

About how much should I lower it to?

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