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Windows 7: BSOD while GPU stressed/unstressed, errors 10000007e/00000124/00000116

07 Jun 2014   #21
sskylines

 
 

I've installed 332.21, I've tried new drivers numerous times in the past with no avail, but I'll try again.

I've attached my temps and my PSU is 750w.

I have a GTX 760, i5 4670k OC'd to 4.2 ghz, z87 1150 motherboard, 2 x 4 GB ddr3, 1 TB HDD, 2 TB HDD, 128GB SSD, 1 GB external, soundcard, and 4 case fans and 2 on my heatsink. The Speccy says minimum 330W, but I think that's wrong, I'm guessing my power usage is around 500w, which should be stable. I also have these kind of lines run down my screen whenever I'm playing games on my second monitor.


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07 Jun 2014   #22
Arc

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Temperatures etc are not the problem here. The 700 series GPUs are resource hungry and does not work perfectly in many a systems.

Disable the OC and see how it performs with the stock hardware settings.
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07 Jun 2014   #23
sskylines

 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Arc View Post
Temperatures etc are not the problem here. The 700 series GPUs are resource hungry and does not work perfectly in many a systems.

Disable the OC and see how it performs with the stock hardware settings.
I did that for about 2 weeks and only reactivated the OC yesterday, I had BSOD with and without the OC.
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07 Jun 2014   #24
Arc

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Can you manage any other GPU (not of a 700 series) to test the situation?
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08 Jun 2014   #25
sskylines

 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Arc View Post
Can you manage any other GPU (not of a 700 series) to test the situation?
As I said before, I used my old GTX 470 with no problems when I did the first RMA, but I don't use it because there's a display issue where it makes the connecting monitor green. The only reason I continue to get new 760s is because I'm not spending $250+ on a new kind of card, but instead, I'm getting replacements from EVGA.
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08 Jun 2014   #26
Arc

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So I can say that there is a chance that your system is not being capable with a 700 series nvidia GPU.

Whatever may be said in the theory, but in practice you have seen that two different 700 series GPU could not change the situation; but a comparatively low range GPU works fine.

I think you should choose your GPU based on the fact that you have observed.
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08 Jun 2014   #27
sskylines

 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Arc View Post
So I can say that there is a chance that your system is not being capable with a 700 series nvidia GPU.

Whatever may be said in the theory, but in practice you have seen that two different 700 series GPU could not change the situation; but a comparatively low range GPU works fine.

I think you should choose your GPU based on the fact that you have observed.
I purchased the graphics card 3 months ago, I'm doubtful I can get a refund for it and use that money to get a different series GPU, I don't see any glaring issues involving power consumption or whatnot. I don't want to spend another $250+ on a new series and have wasted $300 on the 760, I've tried 3 different cards and have had issues with all. Do the locations of the BSOD failures lead to a conclusion? like the + 5d140 and 0x00000116 file codes?
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09 Jun 2014   #28
Britton30
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Windows 7 Ultimate X64 SP1
 
 

You HW log says you PSU is very bad, no voltages are near even the minimum values. Your CMOS battery on the motherboard is also run down, the VBAT figure.
Volts should be in these ranges:

Yellow = 12VDC (11.4 - 12.6)
Red = 5VDC (4.75 - 5.25)
Orange = 3.3VDC (3.135 - 3.465)

Attachment 321039

This shows my voltages with HWInfo64. HW Monitor doesn't work on my system.

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09 Jun 2014   #29
sskylines

 
 

here's the hwinfo64 info
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09 Jun 2014   #30
Britton30
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Windows 7 Ultimate X64 SP1
 
 

Cool that says you PSU is OK, must be a HW Monitor glitch.
You can check in your BIOS to see what the volts read there.
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