Discussion in 'Games, Gaming & Game-demos' started by WhiteLightning, Jun 12, 2018.
no problems in 7 hours. average core 2055 to 2070, memeory +300. latest drivers whql, 15th jan.
Thanks for all the feedback guys. Let me get to replying to these.
I'm on 417.35. Could give those a try.
dx12 gives me a pretty significant performance hit so I am keeping it on dx11.
Most likely because you are on AMD. Nvidia doesn't behave nicely with many dx12 titles.
hmm I'll try the latest drivers but also I tried adding a little more voltage to my ram. Not overclocking my ram just running them in xmp stock rated profile. Default voltage is 1.2v and I bumped it up to 1.25v. It's a long shot but could be this new motherboard is giving me issues. Recently updated my cpu to a 9600k and had to get a z390.
I have come to the conclusion that Resident Evil 2 is stress inducing.
I am still getting crashes. Considering this is the only game that is giving me issues, it could be a bug conflicting with my hardware. Before I conclude it at that I have one more long shot. Are those of you with no issues running the game with real time binaural enabled?
I am, and I never had a single crash since I've started playing... I'm on FW 417.35. Are you sure this is the only game crashing? It may be your 2080 Ti failing. Usually it starts like that and then you get space invaders artifacts. I hope it's not but you should test with other GPU intensive games like The Witcher 3.
PS: better not touching the VRAM at all with these cards.
Only this game so far. I have witcher 3 and it plays perfectly. At a loss but hopefully I can find a solution. I don't think my card is the problem.
Good then. Other games you tried? Did you play long enough? Which kind of error do you get in the Event Viewer?
the 1st time experience is very "stressful" it still is a very scripted game.
Okay...I am getting bsod's in every game now. My system up until today has been working perfectly. Everything now at stock and still getting bsod's. Not sure how to fix this.
P.S. sorry to hijack the thread with off topic.
Sad stuff. try this... (return that thing and get a RVII)
We don't know the gpu is at fault.
Hepefuly its not. I guess you'll find out soon, let us know.
Thanks. Last question because I don't want to keep flooding this topic with off topic. Anyone know how to tell if it's the psu?
@tensai28 If its the PSU PC would just restart under load without BSOD.
Oh boy...that happened once today. Every other time was bsod.
Man I'm sorry to tell you this but it is the GPU which is failing. If you check nvidia forums many people have been experiencing your very same problem, till they got artifacts. It's not the PSU unfortunately. Do a RMA asap.
Look here: https://forums.geforce.com/default/topic/1078162/geforce-rtx-20-series/rtx-2080ti-massively-die-/1/
It's most likely the GPU also because it appears that you didn't have any of these issues before mounting the Ti, right?
Actually it seems to be my ram or my cpu oc. Quite possibly my ram not playing well with my new motherboard. I increased the ram voltage to 1.3v and reverted my cpu and gpu to stock. No crashes so far where I was getting crashes every 10 minutes. Thanks guys. I will proceed to try to reapply my overclock one by one and see if it still crashes after further testing.
These people are getting failures after just a few weeks of owning it. No artifacts so far. I've had mine since 9/27 so it might not be that. I'm leaning towards ram or cpu oc from my findings in the post above.
Glad that you fixed! I didn't know when you got your card so I thought it was the typical sign of failure... Well I wish you 100 yrs of gaming with your card (everybody knows a card doesn't last more than two yrs in one's cabinet though)!
@tensai28 It's not the gpu. Forget it. Gpu failure begins with bsod error pointing to driver dlls, or before that a simple driver crash and recovery, the most common all kinds of artifacts during gaming. If it was broken (bad card) you would have problems even idle outside of gaming.
Now, it is something else. It could be anything. Begin with basics. Prime95 and memtest, to hammer check cpu and memory accordingly.