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Graphics Card Crashing

Hello linustechtips!

 

I'm pretty (very) new to the community, and I have (hopefully) a quick question on an issue I've been having. I've been playing Just Cause 3, however my graphics card keeps crashing to desktop, giving the following fatal error:

https://gyazo.com/6b1e43fd7f1dfbcca5d282eca7cce5cd

 

I have everything optimized to GeForce's recommendations (seen here: )

 

Here are my specs: 

https://gyazo.com/20ff459af7ec5c42af5c4959f8c20950

 

If any other information is required, let me know, and thanks in advance for all your help!

 

Sharkbait1.

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Just incase anyone in the future runs into this problem: I solved it by downloading GPU-Z and checking my actual GPU Clock vs. the standard for my graphics card. It turns out that by default, my card was overclocked which causes my GFX to crash. By downloading MSI Afterburner, I was able to set my clock speed down, which has solved 100% of the problems I was having.

 

Thanks anyway guys :).

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Please update GPU driver.

 

Your driver is 8 months old.

 

Download this one.

 

http://www.nvidia.com/download/driverResults.aspx/96877/en-us

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