RTX3090 TRIO Crashing on High VRAM Usage(with openCL), Could anyone help me?

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  1. Killa_Killa

    Killa_Killa New Member

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    Core i7-6800k
    32GB G.skill TridentZ RGB CL14(4x8 qual channel)
    MSI X99 Gaming7 MB
    RTX 3090 Gaming X Trio

    Driver Version 460.89
    Default BIOS
    Window10 Enterprise 64bit 1903

    When I uses MSI KOMBUSTOR TO "burn"(or test) VRAM, I opens 3x6500MB window and it's fine. VRAM usage is about 20GB. But when I opened another 1700MB window, as the VRAM usage rises to about 21GB, the software and the driver crashes. Error Code in eventmanager as shawn in the attached image
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    Tried:
    Reboot the computer
    Clean installing the drive
    Set the fan speed of the card to max using the msi afterburner
    The card could reach an VRAM usage of 23.7GB with using on the OCCT(uses 19.5GB VRAM), and GPU Memtest v1.2(uses 3454MiB VRAM) together, no errors occurs

    Have not tried:
    Use DDU to Uninstall and then install graphics drive
    Reinsatll the system

    Really appreciate if someone could help!
     
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  2. Mufflore

    Mufflore Ancient Guru

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    Slow the ram speed down using AB, see if it helps.
     
  3. dexterav

    dexterav Member Guru

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    for what you using kombustor? eating ram?
    just looks like only bug for kombustor
    try normal program
     
  4. Astyanax

    Astyanax Ancient Guru

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    Hes literally triggering a self created device hang,

    PEBKAC.
     

  5. jura11

    jura11 Ancient Guru

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    Use different app or software for VRAM testing, something like Blender or LuxMark if you are use OpenCL, don't use Kombustor for that

    Hope this helps

    Thanks, Jura
     
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    Well, I did open three 6500 MB windows one by one. With an interval of several seconds, it would work fine(as long as a use a small testing window resolution, if I use for example 3840x2160 for each testing window, the card would stop working when I opens the third window, these windows are all identical and consumes 6500MB of vram regardless of the resolution)
    But when I opens one more 1700MB window, the card would stop working at about 21000MB VRAM usage.
    The maximum ram speed I could slow down is -500mhz in AB(equivalent frequency)
    Doesn't seem to have help
    Still, thanks
     
  7. Killa_Killa

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    Well, just want to test if my card is fully functional
    The card could reach an VRAM usage of 23.7GB with using on the OCCT(uses 19.5GB VRAM), and GPU Memtest v1.2(uses 3454MiB VRAM) together, no errors occurs
     
  8. Killa_Killa

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    I tried LuxMark but is uses little VRAM, I turned every VRAM consuming options on but still it uses only a few gigs of VRAM.
    Could you help?
    Thanks
     
  9. XenthorX

    XenthorX Ancient Guru

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    Same card here. I get what you're trying to test, but not convinced you're using the right tool for it.
    Got any real OpenCL application to run from?
     
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  10. Killa_Killa

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    I’m a gamer and not really know much about these.
    Could you recommend a few programs or benchmarks to test that would use all of the VRAM and test to see if they function properly?
    That would be a lot of help:)
    Thanks.
     

  11. XenthorX

    XenthorX Ancient Guru

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    If you want to push game testing, maybe consider running games at 8K. with DSR/DLSS Ray Tracing.

    Here CoD: Modern Warfare Campaign is running at 8K using DSR, with Ray Tracing. It's using 18.5Gb VRAM.



    Same with Horizon Zero Dawn at 8K

     
  12. Noisiv

    Noisiv Ancient Guru

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    the funniest thread
    how about no DLSS. anyway only 18,5 GB; he needs 24 GB :rolleyes:

    easily the funniest thread
     
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  13. XenthorX

    XenthorX Ancient Guru

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    Game at 8K + Chrome opened on Amazon prime with a bunch of tab with The Expanse episodes then ! :D (+another game opened at 4K?)
    Anyway, a game at 8K sounds more relevant than a couple instances of the synthetic MSI VRAM bench. (never tested it, don't intend to test it btw)
     
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  14. jura11

    jura11 Ancient Guru

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    You can try Blender and use subdivision and tessellation etc, create custom scene etc

    My scenes usually takes up to 10GB easily and I'm already limited by VRAM, rendering with single RTX 3090 is okay but rendering with RTX 3090 and 2*RTX 2080Ti's then is properly quick

    I optimise my scenes, reducing polys, textures or removing some parts which are not visible

    I recommend downloading Blender and find some larger scenes and test there VRAM usage

    Or you can try GPU RAM drive and install game on VRAM

    Hope this helps

    Thanks, Jura
     
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