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Is my GPU at fault or is it something else?

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So for about a month now, whenever I'm playing games and chatting in discord, my PC would freeze up for like 5 seconds and then come back.  It happens completely randomly.  I decided to re-image my machine.  Did a fresh install of windows 11, updated GPU and CPU bios.  Issue still happening.  Thought that icue was causing it.  Uninstalled it, still happening.  Now some times while just in game, my PC would hard lock causing a force reboot.  Uninstalled discord, still happening.  Now I have both programs re-installed.  I have verirfed that everything is up to date.  The other day, I decided to run some stress tests.  I ran 3d mark time spy.  No wallpaper engine, passes.  Wallpaper engine on, fails multiple times.  Popped the card in a different slot, same issues.  Had my friend who has the same GPU being his over, no issues.  Popped mine back in, ran furmark and time spy, no crashes with wallpaper engine running.  Just chatting in discord last night, stuttering happens again, no game running.  I'm completely stuck at this point.  Event viewer doesn't say anything.  Temps don't go about 67 celcius on GPU.  Sometimes I even lose all audio and have to reboot my machine to get it back.  I just at this point want a definitive answer on what the issue is.  I also ran crystal disk mark and Samsung magician and both said all my drives are good.

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Windows 11 means TPM is enabled. Try a bios update to see if Asus has fixed stuttering on that board. If not, dual boot into another operating system with TPM disabled and see if that fixes your stuttering. 

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

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Why is the 5800x so hot?

 

 

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26 minutes ago, IkeaGnome said:

Windows 11 means TPM is enabled. Try a bios update to see if Asus has fixed stuttering on that board. If not, dual boot into another operating system with TPM disabled and see if that fixes your stuttering. 

Issue was still happening even on windows 10 with Tpm disabled.  Updated BIOS before fresh install to 11

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if your friend has the same gpu, swap with him until one of you crashes. if he crashes, it's your gpu, if you crash, I'd blame your mobo. also run ram at the jedec default settings (low) just in case. run cpu at stock, etc

 

I'd totally do this for a friend, even with a different gpu.

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54 minutes ago, xdeathshot20 said:

Issue was still happening even on windows 10 with Tpm disabled.  Updated BIOS before fresh install to 11

Can you run hwinfo64 while doing a timespy run and show what Sensors only mode shows for your graphics card. If you don’t lose picture when everything freezes up while running wallpaper engine and timespy, can we see that as well?

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Why is the 5800x so hot?

 

 

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4 hours ago, xdeathshot20 said:

Issue was still happening even on windows 10 with Tpm disabled.  Updated BIOS before fresh install to 11

have you load default settings after bios update?

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