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Usually means the GPU (the core) is starting to fail. The oven method (basically fixing the solder points) occasionally works for some time but it won't fix the fact that it's on its way out and it will ruin the oven for any food later on. 

i have a gtx 760 it output normaly but shows error 43 in device manager when i install drivers it would work properly but the moment i open any game or benchmark the screen would flick and turn black and then pc would shutdown,
i have tryed from new drivers to old once,my psu is crosair 750w,problem not from mobo i have another gpu that is working.
any idea guys what the problem might be? and can it be fixed

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Usually means the GPU (the core) is starting to fail. The oven method (basically fixing the solder points) occasionally works for some time but it won't fix the fact that it's on its way out and it will ruin the oven for any food later on. 

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6 minutes ago, Jurrunio said:

Usually means the GPU (the core) is starting to fail. The oven method (basically fixing the solder points) occasionally works for some time but it won't fix the fact that it's on its way out and it will ruin the oven for any food later on. 

thx so if i oven it would it work for a coupel months atleast?

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54 minutes ago, AYOUB__- said:

thx so if i oven it would it work for a coupel months atleast?

Baking a GPU is a total crapshoot. Could last a couple months, could last a couple days. Baking it would buy you at least a little time, but don't bake a GPU inside your home. It'll ruin your oven and send hazardous chemicals (including lead) flying through your kitchen.

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Try underclocking the card, (both core and vram). It means something on the card is no longer able to keep up with stock speeds.

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On 10/2/2022 at 4:29 AM, rippy4500 said:

Try underclocking the card, (both core and vram). It means something on the card is no longer able to keep up with stock speeds.

hi i have tryed underclocking it and suprisenly worked i tested out some games worked fine but when i opened furmark to stress gpu screen went back and pc shutdown what do you think and can it be fixed without reflowing it? should i try flashing the bois?

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