|23 Sep 2012||#1|
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BSOD - error 0x00000124 (GPU running at 82-85C constant)
Now, just 3 days ago It started the BSOD issue.
I realize that my GPU was the cause of this issue. When playing games or open 3d applications the temp goes 30C to 72C (In 15 seconds) then 82C - 85C constant (in about 30 seconds).
Now I've been using MSI afterburner to check my temps and at fulload my GPU will be at 62-72C max temperature but now it's 10C even higher then before. No, I haven't fiddled with the voltage I set the GPU voltage to 1.037v which is the safest (been running this almost 8 months!). The GPU is the GTX 560ti.
Is there a way to set the GPU on default settings or reset GPU settings in cmd or other professional way. I have uninstalled the drivers, uninstalling GPU, disabled GPU, disabled PCI-E slot and so on by using device manager and the issue still persist.
Yes, I also have clean the GPU perfectly and still the temperature goes up to 82 seconds at 30seconds-45seconds. Yes, I have checked everything is set correctly and so on, I am a PC Tech.
Is the GPU damaged?
Yes I have looked at this thread:
Stop 0x124 - what it means and what to try
Mainly, I know its the GPU straight away, I tried checking old drivers, new drivers, another GPU overclocked software such as GPU tweak and EVGA Precision. I am thinking it's the GPU is damaged or the PCI-E is damaged (I have another PCI-E slot on my system and the issue still there). It might be the PCI-E frequency? but it's set to 100 which it meant to be, I just hope is software related because I don't have the money to buy a new card. Did the dump files help?
Edit: Just upload the SF zip file
Help in advance!
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|24 Sep 2012||#5|
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No I can't sorry because the method I used will cause the HDD, CPU, Motherboard or GPU to malfunction. I was very lucky, now the GPU is reset back to original settings (max temperature at 72C). Let's just say I was changing the BIOS settings and increased the voltage (Which forced the system to shut down and clear CMOS). I used the CMOS jumper but no luck so I used the above method and everything is fine.
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