|03 Jul 2012||#1|
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Upgraded computer to nVidia GTX 560, constant Crashing.
I've been having some issues since upgrading my computer to this Galaxy GTX 560 video card. My old EVGA GTX 280 did fine except I wanted to be able to run Direct X 11 and newer games on the horizon.
I specifically get crashes when playing certain games. Diablo 3, Star Trek Online, Star Wars The Old Republic (seldom but still happens). The crash would usually occur less than 20 minutes of playing.
I have not experienced a crash on Team Fortress 2 yet. I have played for a few hours without crashing.
This is a second card, I RMA'd the first card already with the same issues.
I am on Windows 7 Professional, x64.
This is a upgraded installation from a clean install of Windows xp. Re-Installed Dec '11
This should be a retail version.
CPU 2010 Intel Q9550
RAM 2011 Corsair something matched pair
Hard drive 2012 Patriot Memory Pyro
I have not overclocked anything in my computer. Everything runs fine on my 280 GTX. (just a bit slower and I hear the fan churning like mad, but doesn't hard crash)
I have also tried running the OCCT, however it also causes it to crash out in about 130 seconds. The crash report is generated from this. I can upload a youtube video of this as well if anyone is interested.
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|04 Jul 2012||#2|
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Please refrain from using CCleaner for the duration of our troubleshooting. It is deleting your .dmp files during disk cleanup and making it difficult to find patterns. I did find the BugCheck codes for the .dmp files in your Event Viewer logs.
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