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

03 Aug 2014   #81
essenbe

Windows 10 Pro/ Windows 10 Pro Insider
 
 

sskylines, like you I cannot believe 4 graphics cards can be bad. By all observations, your PSU has no problems at all and is a quality brand. I personally believe it is the motherboard. But as a last try, unless you are using LucidLogix MVP or something similar, would you uninstall the Intel graphics drivers please. Disable LucidLogix in bios if you have that option. If you are not using that technology, the Intel drivers are not being used anyway, most likely. I know my board disables the on chip graphics if it detects a dedicated GPU.


Where did you buy the board? I cannot find the CF version of your board except on Amazon. Is this your board? Amazon.com: Gigabyte Z87 LGA 1150 CrossFireX DVI/HDMI mATX Motherboard (GA-Z87M-D3H): Computers & Accessories It has very few reviews, but they are not complimentary of it.

I can't find the CF version on Newegg. Also, have you tried running just 1 monitor with it? See if that makes a difference.


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03 Aug 2014   #82
sskylines

 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by essenbe View Post
sskylines, like you I cannot believe 4 graphics cards can be bad. By all observations, your PSU has no problems at all and is a quality brand. I personally believe it is the motherboard. But as a last try, unless you are using LucidLogix MVP or something similar, would you uninstall the Intel graphics drivers please. Disable LucidLogix in bios if you have that option. If you are not using that technology, the Intel drivers are not being used anyway, most likely. I know my board disables the on chip graphics if it detects a dedicated GPU.


Where did you buy the board? I cannot find the CF version of your board except on Amazon. Is this your board? Amazon.com: Gigabyte Z87 LGA 1150 CrossFireX DVI/HDMI mATX Motherboard (GA-Z87M-D3H): Computers & Accessories It has very few reviews, but they are not complimentary of it.

I can't find the CF version on Newegg. Also, have you tried running just 1 monitor with it? See if that makes a difference.
Amazon.com: Gigabyte Z87 LGA 1150 2 Way SLI mATX Motherboard (GA-Z87MX-D3H): Computers & Accessories

uninstalled it, will see if I have any issues
is it any indication of specific failure when my second monitor flickers while playing games?
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11 Aug 2014   #83
sskylines

 
 

been getting the same thing (driver failures and low FPS which require restarts) and one full BSOD. I literally just restarted my PC and both my monitors had these grey and lime squares up and down and the monitor turned off and back on with a driver failed message. this BSOD was from yesterday when I turned my PC on and opened up chrome and it immediately BSOD'd
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11 Aug 2014   #84
essenbe

Windows 10 Pro/ Windows 10 Pro Insider
 
 

sskylines, I'm close to out of ideas.There is nothing wrong with the 760 as far as I know. I know a couple of people who use them and they have no problems. Besides, you've RMA'd them several times. It's almost an impossibility all the cards were bad. That really only leaves the power supply and the Motherboard to be at fault. Try disconnecting one monitor from the card and use 1 monitor for a while, just to see. I would also like to see how that card does in another computer. I know you have said you tried a 460 in there, but there is a big difference in your card and a 460. Look at the difference. PassMark Software - Video Card Benchmarks - High End Video Cards
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14 Aug 2014   #85
sskylines

 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by essenbe View Post
sskylines, I'm close to out of ideas.There is nothing wrong with the 760 as far as I know. I know a couple of people who use them and they have no problems. Besides, you've RMA'd them several times. It's almost an impossibility all the cards were bad. That really only leaves the power supply and the Motherboard to be at fault. Try disconnecting one monitor from the card and use 1 monitor for a while, just to see. I would also like to see how that card does in another computer. I know you have said you tried a 460 in there, but there is a big difference in your card and a 460. Look at the difference. PassMark Software - Video Card Benchmarks - High End Video Cards
tried 1 monitor for a couple of days with no change, still got driver failures and freezes
got a picture of these squares that show up and my monitors would turn off and turn back on with driver failure message
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14 Aug 2014   #86
essenbe

Windows 10 Pro/ Windows 10 Pro Insider
 
 

What CPU cooler do you have?
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15 Aug 2014   #87
sskylines

 
 

hyper 212 evo, never had cpu temp problems
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15 Aug 2014   #88
essenbe

Windows 10 Pro/ Windows 10 Pro Insider
 
 

Try running Prime95 for a couple of hours and watch the temps closely. They will get very high, very fast. If they get too hot, stop the test. Use something like core temp for CPU temps. These are the instructions Hardware - Stress Test With Prime95. Core temp will tell you your max temps, but I believe yours are 105C, stop the test if it gets to 90C.
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15 Aug 2014   #89
sskylines

 
 

ran prime95 3 times in about 5 minutes, first one caused a freeze, a bluescreen dumpfile, and the squares/driver failure stuff again. second time just froze and required restart, on the third time now with temps at about 75C on the medium test, reaching 90-95C on max heat test
including the dump file I just got
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15 Aug 2014   #90
sskylines

 
 

after about an hour of max heat test
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