Quote: Originally Posted by Layback Bear
Timelaw I'm glad you are up and running. Britton 30 is correct a power supply shouldn't have anything to do with drivers
. My constant concern with the power supply was to try and help you not have a power supply cause the problem you had before with the old power supply do damage to your computer. I take it you have moved and have a good internet connection now.
One small suggestion. Try using your computer at default (no over clocking)for a few days and make sure everything works as it should before over clocking it.
I'm not overclocking at all. The problem is that as a default my BIOS overclocks everything but I turned it off.
Now I used a software to declock (under the default) my GPU and it works. I'm not overclocking my GPU to see if it's a voltage thing.
My friend told me to do this to see if the GPU has some kind of automatic power saving that isn't fast enough to update when it starts working faster. And so far his theory is correct. I'm currently not experiencing anything and I'm now overclocking to see if my GPU will crash as a result. In the default settings everything was automatic. Fans, Hertz and stuff, and he said that could be the issue.