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Bsod or driver crash on looped time spy gpu test2.

Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce' started by jmmy23, Jan 23, 2019.

  1. jmmy23

    jmmy23 Member

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    Hi,my pc.
    9900K turbo on
    2x16GB DDR4 GSKILL 3000 XMP
    Corsair 850 RmX
    Asus Prime Z390-A
    Aorus Rtx 2080 Ti ( stock )



    Using 417.35 or 416.94 gpu drivers, looped Timespy graphic test 2 crashing display driver or making BSOD on Aorus 2080 ti stock.

    No oc,stock.


    Also using 417.71 the newest no crashing. Games are stable.


    Also no bsod, no crashing nothing on 417.71.



    Could 417.35 or 416.94 merely be exposing a hardware defect in my new card or is the driver just bugged?


    Today using 416.94 drivers, when looping timespy Gpu test 2 it crashed display driver after 5 hours.
     
  2. mbk1969

    mbk1969 Ancient Guru

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    You better post the details of the crushes.
     
  3. jmmy23

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    So event said: Display driver succesfuly recovered.............
    2 the same events in the same second.
     
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    mbk1969 Ancient Guru

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  5. Witcher29

    Witcher29 Maha Guru

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    Could be that your gpu is slowly going to die, did u had this problem before with another gpu ? [before the rtx 2080ti]
     
  6. jmmy23

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    dont know because never tested that gpu test 2 so long.
     
  7. euskai

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    Aorus 2080 ti became available a few weeks ago in one well known online store in my country.

    I rembember 1080ti Aorus having great reviews, but on this one, out of 10 comments from buyers 4 had to send it back, 3 beacause of artifacts/crashes, one for extreme overheating.

    I was thinking about it, as the beginning of the year has been good on the money and at 3440x1440 I'm in a weird spot with my 1070ti.

    It might be coincidence, or people mostly posting on store comments or threads like this only when there's a problems, so info is biased, but still not convinced to pull the trigger on it

    It might be a bad batch of cadrs giving problems
     
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    So i tested on 411.70 10 hours and no crash. Also 417.71 the newest its fine too.


    After 3 hours looping , Bsod was: DPC Watchdog Violation 416.94

    So what now ?
     
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    HeavyHemi Ancient Guru

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    Don't use the drivers that cause a crash? It's been known to happen.
     
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    If you can't reproduce the crash in newest drivers you're fine.

    And if drivers that give you problems are not even latest ones it's even less of a problem. Probably someting bugged in 416.94
     

  11. jaggerwild

    jaggerwild Master Guru

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    You dont mention tempatures?
     
  12. jmmy23

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    Also ...............its weird because it was crashing in the same hour and minute after 2 hours 30 minutes BSOD : ).

    Anyway on 417.71 and 411.70 looped 14 hours and no BSOD :)


    so no reason to rma?


    yes temps 72C on load
     
  13. euskai

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    If you can't avoid the crash in some drivers and can't reproduce in other ones it's hard to blame the hardware.

    Not impossible, but unlikely, it is much more likely that it's a driver problem.
     
  14. Caesar

    Caesar Master Guru

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    there's the latest bios dated : 11 January 2019
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    Also check: Run the test when XMP enabled OR disabled (check both one at a time)
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  15. jmmy23

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    So disable XMP ,update bios and install previous driver and retest on loop gpu test 2?
     
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    hey guys. I updated uefi bios to newest and testing on 416 .94 that was crashing previous and now on 3 hour its not crashing. So its possible that updated bios helped?
     
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    Sure.
     

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