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xxx August 31, 2013 05:00 PM

ASUS GTX 650 Ti boost crashes
 
CPU Phenom x6 1100t @ default speed
Gigabite 990fxa ud3
8 gb ram 1333mhz
segate hdd 1 tb,samsung 500gb
coolermaster extreme power plus 650 watts psu

please help
first it crashed in sniper ghost warrior 2 then in crysis 3 after about 5-10 minutes of gaming.:sad::sad::sad::sad::sad:

Caldezar August 31, 2013 06:26 PM

Id first suggest you provide some more details on what's actually happening. And how you came to the conclusion it was your GPU?

xxx August 31, 2013 09:54 PM

The screen was totally black and monitor went to power saving mode
my cpu temp was 45c
my gpu temp was 67c

IRQ Conflict August 31, 2013 10:05 PM

Did you just buy the card? Does it crash in all your games? Driver version? If upgrading recently from another card did you clean the registry of old driver bits? Certainly the computer should not go into sleep mode while gaming. Unless of course it's WOW or something. :haha:

xxx August 31, 2013 10:12 PM

Yes i just brought the card 3days old.
i have not played all the games only crysis 3 ,sniper ghost warrior 2.
driver 314.22 also tried 320.49 error happens in both driver.
not cleaned the registary dont know how to do so.
pc dont go in sleep mode only monitor pc continues to run till i restart.

IRQ Conflict August 31, 2013 10:19 PM

OK bud, try this little program called driver sweeper. Use the Windows control panel and uninstall all nVidia software/drivers. Reboot into safe mode. Run DS and get it to check for and remove any ATi/nVidia related registry enties. Then boot to windows normally and install the latest driver from nVidia. Reboot once more and see if that straightens things out for ya! ;)

moocow August 31, 2013 11:41 PM

I thought Driver Sweeper is discontinued. I usually just uninstall the drivers using Nvidia's uninstall tool, reboot, run CCleaner, reboot again, and finally install new drivers.

KaptCrunch September 1, 2013 03:30 AM

gigabyte has 5 revisions of your model, look on MB for " Rev:x.xx " so you can get correct drivers and bios, if choose wrong Rev: you just made a door stop


check bios is up to date

xxx September 1, 2013 07:22 AM

removed registry entries but no change can it be the temperature reason (driver sweeper).
mb bios is also up to date

enaberif September 1, 2013 07:43 AM

Get a new psu that thing is garbage.


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