Random reboots, error reporting calls it BSOD, next gen hardware

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    Windows 7 Professional 64-bit (Build 7601)
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       #81

    Yeah, by default balanced puts standby as 30 minutes.
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       #82

    You can change it to whatever you want.
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  3. Posts : 86
    Windows 7 Professional 64-bit (Build 7601)
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       #83

    Yeah, I turned it off, and that took care of the inability to come back out of sleep/standby, but I still get these errors every once in a while, so it's just confusing as hell. Think I'll just let it be for a while until I can come up with something else or I have a failure that screams a cause.
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       #84

    Didn't you try a different card without bsods?
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  5. Posts : 86
    Windows 7 Professional 64-bit (Build 7601)
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       #85

    Did it on both 760's and a 650. Tested single card at a time, tested in both available PCIe slots. One of the cards when in the bottom slot only booted once out of 7 tries.
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       #86

    I don't know which card required 7 attempts at booting, but that would make me suspect of that card. Was it one of the 760's?
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  7. Posts : 86
    Windows 7 Professional 64-bit (Build 7601)
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       #87

    Yeah, but only when it was in the lower (x8) of the available slots.
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       #88

    A PCIe 3.0@X8 is the same as a PCIe 2.0 X16@x16 and it would make no difference to the card. It didn't make a difference to the other cards. Plus, as far as I am aware, a 760 cannot max out an X16 lane, so it should really make little difference. When you are running SLI, aren't you running X8 X8? If that is true, that is what it runs at anyway.
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  9. Posts : 86
    Windows 7 Professional 64-bit (Build 7601)
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       #89

    Okay. I'm back. Replaced a few other things too. Tried new RAM because I had access to a couple extra sticks from a friend. Still happened. Replaced the CPU since the place I bought it from said they had a batch of funky ones and wouldn't be surprised if that was the cause. Already replaced the motherboard. Bought a different SLI bridge because the cards seem to operate okay when not SLI'd.
    (Although it was a bitch to get them to accept proper drivers when not SLI'd)
    Still happening. I have video of what it usually does before it straight up crashes and reboots on me. This time it recovered twice before completely hanging...

    Benchmark scores between cards NOT SLI and SLI with problems are nearly the same. Immediately after replacing the bridge, scores went up significantly. Now they're back down and problems are here.

    I'll post the link to the video when it finished uploading (200+MB).
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  10. Posts : 86
    Windows 7 Professional 64-bit (Build 7601)
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       #90
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