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Pc shuts down then reboots at low resolution

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You can try DDU, its a much better uninstaller than the windows uninstaller, because the windows one can miss some things in the registry. 

Another alternative is clicking this link:https://disq.us/url?url=https%3A%2F%2Fcdn.discordapp.com%2Fattachments%2F850202668315181136%2F988956958193233920%2Fnvidia-error43-fixer_113.zip%3An8Z8w5T-SSbi_osVjF1VTpuQE38&cuid=2989934

Which will automatically download a zip file to you (i just downloaded it  to check it was safe ). Unzip it and Run the "nvidia-error43-fixer.bat" file as an administrator. That should be your first thing to try.
 

I just bought an rtx 2080 ti and have been playing games for about a month with no issues what so ever then all of a sudden I get video tdr failure so I go through basic troubleshooting resetting the bios updating drivers deleting and reinstalling drivers but the system after playing games for a little while will go to a black screen shut down and reboot but in some type of limp mode where the graphics card will still output but at a low resolution and won't show up anywhere but in device manger saying "windows has stopped this device because it has reported problems. (Code 43)" if anyone has any ideas on what might cause this I would appreciate the help

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When you say you deleted and reinstalled the drivers, what did you use? Lots of recommendations state using DDU (https://www.guru3d.com/files-details/display-driver-uninstaller-download.html) is a good way to clean slate your computer before installing new drivers.
It might also be possible your power supply isnt powerful enough to handle the 2080ti. What powersupply do you have? Also double check that your pcie connector to your graphics card is plugged all the way in. if it's not firmly in it may cause this problem.

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I just used the default windows Uninstaller but I have a Thermaltake 650w gold psu 

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You can try DDU, its a much better uninstaller than the windows uninstaller, because the windows one can miss some things in the registry. 

Another alternative is clicking this link:https://disq.us/url?url=https%3A%2F%2Fcdn.discordapp.com%2Fattachments%2F850202668315181136%2F988956958193233920%2Fnvidia-error43-fixer_113.zip%3An8Z8w5T-SSbi_osVjF1VTpuQE38&cuid=2989934

Which will automatically download a zip file to you (i just downloaded it  to check it was safe ). Unzip it and Run the "nvidia-error43-fixer.bat" file as an administrator. That should be your first thing to try.
 

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Alright so I did as you suggested and so far all is well it hasn't crashed or rebooted after loading into the game I was playing and after I used the heaven benchmark thank you

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what was it that solved it? the zipped file that you ran?

 

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I did both first the zip then the clean driver wipe it hasn't given me any more trouble

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