Discussion in 'Graphics Cards' started by Arch1e, Feb 9, 2019.
Which model 620W PSU?
I have the same processor @ 3.5, 2 HDD's, 1 SSD, 4 Case fans, card reader and DVD re-writer. All powered by a 650w PSU, calculator says I need close to 590W and everything runs fine for me.
So depending on what else you have in your rig, you *should* be ok, but wont have much room for overclocking it.
What brand is it and model?
Is an 8 year old PSU, my reply is <shrug> :/
I run a 550w 5 year old Corsair PSU, my Sapphire Vega56 Pulse happily sits at 1630-1640, at about 60 degrees. Fan at 1300rpm.
Are we sure its a PSU issue and not just a problem with the timings/voltages?
Why does age matter?
Thank you. I`ve already bought EVGA 750W gold!
I`ve tried to undervolt and underclock with HBM at stock 800Mhz and even with these settings it crashed...
Anyway, it was good excuse to buy new case and new cpu cooler, so I might be able to OC my 1600x to 4Ghz...
Maybe it was issue with my OC settings. Unfortunately, I don`t have time right now to test it further...
I've changed PSU to EVGA 750w Gold and new case, It should be better airflow in CoolerMaster Q300L, but I still have that crashes every 1,5-2hrs of gameplay) My OC preset, P6 1582 1000mv, P7 1602 1025 and 930mhz on memory. Core temps 73 max, HMB temps 77 max...
I will try stock settings on balanced mode, to make sure its not the card itself cousing this crashes... if evrything okay, I will install new drivers 19.2.2 to see if I can have stable OC on new drivers... maybe its just the drivers... or I'm terrible in OCing )))
Error the same: DXGI_ERROR_DEVICE_RESET, this usually indicates a driver bug, or GPU hardware failing/overheating. If you were running a game at the time of this error then game may have triggered a driver bug or caused your GPU to overheat...
Just RMA the card for a new one. Clearly we/you have excluded everything else but the card.
Ergo the card is faulty
Maybe it is just a bios and I need to try switch to secondary and then try to OC?
If you want to. Swap to second bios and run at stock settings first though. If it runs fine, then it's an unstable overclocked causing the issue
I will try it today and if this not going to help then RMA.
I found the power saving bios gave more stable underclocks than the default performance bios on my 64 nitro.
However - if it's crashing on stock settings, then something is wrong with the card, or driver conflicts.
A lot of people are reporting the 19.2.2 drivers are bugged - so you may be better off going backwards to 18.12.2
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