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Okay, so I found the fix for this problem (for now)

 

I have to undervolt the card

I know nothing about undervolting, so I just followed this youtuber here

Using MSI Afterburner

 

Hello,

 

Have someone ever experienced this?

 

So I recently bought a used ASUS TUF Gaming RTX 3070 OC to upgrade from my Nvidia T600

The card still have the official warranty until 2024

 

And the problem is, when I try to game in high setting in games like Valheim, Plague Tale Innocence (Ultra setting, got around 10x-125 fps at 83 C 99% GPU, (then try rtx, dlss on in the game Control)

The screen went black BUT the PC is still running, but it doesn't take much power (I have a Wattmeter or whatever it's called) compared to when gaming

I also tried to play Dishonored 2 in Ultra, but it works just fine


I can use the PC again after resetting the PC when it goes black screen

I can use it just fine to browse, youtube, or just office stuff.

I've tried reinstalling the driver (geforce exp version 8 Dec), reseating the GPU, and it still didn't work.

The BIOS version of the card is 94.04.3A.40.2B

 

Oh and also, I wonder if my house electricity (voltage up/down few V) will also affects the system when it runs those heavy games? I also have a stabilizer though, just not using it for now trying to find out what happened.

(I tried running it while also connecting my PC to stabilizer but it still went black screen),

 

 

Here's my specs :
CPU - Ryzen 5 3600

Motherboard - MSI B550 A PRO

CPU Cooler - ID Cooling SE224XT

RAM - 16GB RAM Adata XPG

Storage - NVME 512, SSD 1TB

PSU Corsair RM650 (2021 ver., and it's new)

 

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Okay, so I found the fix for this problem (for now)

 

I have to undervolt the card

I know nothing about undervolting, so I just followed this youtuber here

Using MSI Afterburner

 

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