So I borrowed another video card from them to test it on my system, but that video card ran smoothly. You could check the 12V line with multimeter if you wanted to see. I'm due for a raise and I'm hoping the boss is amenable to the idea. . It sometimes crashes on the preload screen while you wait for players to connect and also when I am booting the mech at the start of the match, rarely it also crashes at the end of game screen and sometimes in game. I took apart my computer, cleaned the hell out of it, top to bottom, brushed and cleaned the video card, was all looking like new. Once we've gotten some of that covered, we can look at more exotic fixes.
These are discussions I have read that may be pertinent. If it happens with one program it will happen with another. Only selection options for nvidia display drivers, physx. Probably hitting the silicon heat barrier sooner or later, if Intel does not have a steady supply of carbon nanotubes, even if Intel does Haswell or anything at 10 nanometers its going to be for the mobile platform, then you look at what laptop accessories, they have these days. Don't use System Tuneup, that is for Experts, you really have to know what you are doing Reboot when finished. How poorly optimized is this game? If you have not tried that, then do so and see if that works.
Hey, last patch for me made the game completely unplayable until hot fix came. So shut down, took it out, used an air compressor can all over it including fans, reseated it, rebooted and rolled back the driver - all problems solved. Make sure you do not remove Motherboard drivers' use analyze before using remove. If you are encountering this problem with the new drivers please post here. Another thing, deleting the driver to then reinstall it or another driver, wouldn't help.
Originally posted by :Yea sorry, I heard that Nvidia is having a ton of weird problems with fallout 4. I tried the older drivers -- even those that came with the cards -- still no go with Metro 2033. Thanks in advance for your advice and inputs. The problems are particular to the 670. I really don't trust these registry hacks.
I blamed the drivers and everything else, but in the end found that tool in precision and sure enough it was the card. It sure allowed me to play and I was under the impression that the problem was solved but it happened again. I checked the beta drivers for the 670 and there was a version of 306. I decied to bring my card back to the store which I bought it from and asked them to test it on their system. Kinda like the lint filter in a clothes dryer in consistancy. They were able to run Furmark with my card for several hours without any problem. If not, though, and one mech is mysteriously able to be played with the game staying stable, that would narrow down the problem enormously.
I am not the kind that does benchmarks, but I might just do a few later today. That would imply a problem with the game files, and yet, you've said you've done clean reinstalls, yes? I'm amazed at the temps I'm getting. Then about a month ago i went into bios and changed my power saving settings from balanced to performance, have not had a single problem since. Again no idea if its related but its just the fact that event viewer logged a fault just before the system froze on a number of occassions. I'm not even sure my eyes can take it, though.
Hey there, Sorry if this is the wrong place to post this - I'm new to the site! There's so many people with this issue, what's going on evga, nvidia? Don't worry Whoop, bro, you'll catch up eventually. The problem I had with troubleshooting an instability that occurred every week and half: It would take a month or longer to check off possible causes to identify which was the culprit. Maybe I can crank up graphics quality a little. I tried several solutions from, specialists,but no change for the better, I have concluded that it is in windows 7. Or any specifics for mavericks and the bootloader settings, I use clover.
So please have go at running the software I can confirm its safe I just ran it on my machine. My 580 was doing stuff like what your card is, but very infrequent like once every couple of weeks. I say this because I'm beginning to suspect a cause of my own problem. The truth is, I went to it quite willingly. So I ended up using what the nVidia website says is 306. I use the latest drivers, I've also tried with older drivers.