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X1900XT - Crashes, losing monitor, random resets - 'VPU recovery'.

Discussion in 'General Hardware' started by Huxley2k7, May 21, 2007.

  1. Huxley2k7

    Huxley2k7

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    Hey guys,

    Well as some of you already know i have recently got a new system (but not graphics card) but had been having problems with the X2 accellero add on. Well, after finally fixing that, i fear that my graphics card has been damaged in the process.

    Since installing the new X2, Processor, motherboard and ram i have received various glitches with it, i think this is mainly to do with my fiddling with the X1900XT and the X2. Problems such as;

    1) ATi tool suddenly closes telling me my hardware has changed. Upon restart and/or restart of ATi Tool it works again.

    2) Screen randomly goes blank. I have tried re-instering the card, re-inserting the monitor cable, changed the monitor extension, changed power cable and even restarting the machine and yet the screen may still remain blank. It seems to come back when it likes.

    3) Upon closing a game (Such as S.T.A.L.K.E.R or World of Warcraft) the screen will go blank giving me some sort of ATi error report, send/don't send entitled 'VPU recovery' or something along those lines. It tells me that there is a problem with my card, i forgot to take a screenshot of this occurrence and so cannot remember the exact details of it but will do next time it appears.

    4) Random restarts upon exiting a game (Such as STALKER or World of Warcraft).

    In-game it all runs fine, smooth, nice FPS etc. STALKER on max graphics. Just im getting this random and rather tedious errors.

    Some problems i think may be occuring;

    1) Lack of power? 4 80MM case fans, 1 PCI Slot fan, Arctic Cooling 7 on E6600 and the new X2 Accellero on the card - perhaps too much for my PSU now? Should i remove the PCI-slot fan?

    2) Damaged card perhaps? (I'd like to think this was unlikely since all in-game runs fine.)

    3) Incompatibility issues somewhere down the line?

    4) ATi Tool configuration mishap? Perhaps something to do with the loading of 2D and 3D profiles? Voltage settings?

    5) Heat? (I also like to think this is unlikely!)

    TEMPS - On load:
    X1900XT - During 3D Mark 06
    GPU: 60-65*C
    Vregs: 65/68/69/70/71*C

    E6600 C2D - During 3D Mark 06 (Thermal Analysis Tool)
    CPU 1: 34*C
    CPU 2: 36*C

    Help. :confused:

    Once again i am asking this great and helpful community for help with my hardware, i hate to be such an annoying noob-pain in the arse but i trust you guys and your judgements since they seem to be great so far.

    Anything else you want to know, just ask!

    Thanks a lot guys and appreciate all the help you can give!

    Hux.

    Operating System: Windows XP Pro - Service Pack 2
    Motheroard: Gigabyte GA-965P DS3
    Graphics Card: SAPPHIRE_Radeon X1900XT 512MB - Stock Speeds.
    Processor:Intel E6600 Duel Core - Stock speeds.
    RAM: 2X 1GB sticks, 2084 MB Crucial Ballistix 800Mhz ram.
    Hard Drive: 80 Gigabyte MAXTOR 6L080M0 (SATA)
    Power Supply: Hiper Technology Type R(Blue) - 580 Continuous Wattage.
  2. Namslas90 New Member

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    Un-install ATI Tool and re-install it. Turn off VPU recovery in ATI CCC Controll panel.
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    The temperatures seem to be fine. A little high some might say, but seeing as my temperatures for the GPU are about the same at most times, then they're not too bad.

    PSU seems to not be the problem. I have a 430W running all of my system, and i've got Scythe cooler on my X2 4200, Accelero X2 on X1800GTO (oced, supposedly runs at 35.5A, from what ATiTool tells me :O), DVD-RW, CM Musketeer, USB card reader, 8 USB devices, 4x80mm fans, and 1x120GB IDE 1x20GB IDE HDDs, so if I can run all that on a 430W, you can likely run your spec on a 580W.

    My screen also goes randomly blank at times. I attribute it to drivers, as it's never happenned in Linux, without drivers, or with optimised drivers.

    I doubt it's a damaged card, as you'd either not be able to run games, or would not see anything on screen, whether during POST or in Windows.

    Funny though, you get a VPU recover option, mine never asks, it just shows a blank screen, and waits for me to reboot.

    One quick question though, I might have missed it in there, partly skimmed, but did you install Windows again after the upgrade, or did you keep the old install?
  4. Frogger

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    What's the voltage the ram is running at ????
  5. Huxley2k7

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    Yep, i wiped my HD before installing all the new hardware.

    What would you say was causing the problem to constitute reinstalling ATi tool etc before i try this since i have not had problems with it before? Thanks!

    How do i find out the voltage my ram is running at?

    Cheers for the quick replies guys!

    Hux.
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    1) ATi tool suddenly closes telling me my hardware has changed. Upon restart and/or restart of ATi Tool it works again.
    3) Upon closing a game (Such as S.T.A.L.K.E.R or World of Warcraft) the screen will go blank giving me some sort of ATi error report, send/don't send entitled 'VPU recovery' or something along those lines. It tells me that there is a problem with my card
    4) Random restarts upon exiting a game
    the above indicate a mem prob... that's why the volt ?? your mem [if running from the spd] should be 2.2 v [if you have 'auto' set in bios ] knowing you I will assume that to be correct ....you don't run at overclocks..
    you stated a 'clean' install... did you create you profiles in atitool[after the fresh install of the tool] as in other thread?? or are you allowing the card's bios to switch the clocks & volts for 3D mode??...as you know your card 'hiccups' when changing 2D/3D clks/vlts...
    If your mem is good [have you run memtest on each stix by it self??]
    then I would assume that your back to the 'old' 2D/3D clock switch prob ==VPU recover
    have a go at it and get back..... later
  7. Huxley2k7

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    Hey Frogger, my ATi tool profile is setup the same as it is in that other thread. I didn't really understand the rest of your post though? :confused:

    Hux.
  8. Huxley2k7

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    It's definitely something to do with loading my 2D/3D clocks/profiles. Earlier i was just sitting at desktop, when i ran a game them came out the screen went blank until i had to reset. What would be causing this?
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    lets have a look at the ' ATi error report, send/don't send entitled 'VPU recovery' ' report ..can you find it on your rig and post it ...
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    Hmm, next time it occurs ill print-screen it and show you mate. Stay tuned!

    Hux.
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    Well i was playing some World of Warcraft and was getting some weird stuttering in-game which was getting on my tits, so i quit with the intention of going back in and the error occured.

    When i quit, the screen went all artifacted, blurry with lots of squares and such appearing all over the screen. Then my computer stopped responding, screen went blank (So i kept hitting the windows key) and it returned me back to windows where i could get this screenshot.

    What do you think? All and everyones input welcomed! :confused:

    Appreciate all the help guys cheers,

    Hux.

    Attached Files:

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    the print screen tells -zip-nada- ect ...pls post the 'report' try looking in C:ATI/suport...or C:\Windows\system32\Problem.txt: shadedshu
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    I couldn't find a problem.txt in windows and i dont know what im looking for in the ATi directory, sorry frogger! Hmm. I will try and get the actual report up next time it happens, incase i dont find it, how do i go about doing that?

    Thanks again,

    Hux.
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    did you get the utility in your Hotmail??
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    Okay found it Frogger, which parts shall i run?

    Hux.
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    read the ATI_Reporting_problems ...Compiled HTML file
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    ==========================PROBLEM INFORMATION==========================

    Problem Description: *

    Upon exiting a game, the screen goes blank and unresponsive. I have to randomly
    hit the windows key a lot of times to bring it back, sometimes it wont comeback.
    Sometimes the screen won't even load whilst my monitor is on.



    Steps to recreate the problem: *

    Playing a game and exiting the game various times will eventually recreate the
    problem, usually on the 3rd or 4th time.
    ======================DISPLAY ADAPTER INFORMATION======================


    Graphics Card Manufacturer = ATI Technologies Inc.
    Graphics Chipset (ASIC) = Not Detected
    Device ID = 7249
    Vendor ID = 1002
    Subsystem ID = 0B12
    Subsystem Vendor ID = 1002

    Bus Type = PCI
    Current Bus Settings = Not Detected
    Primary Display Device = Yes

    BIOS P/N = Not Detected
    BIOS Version = Not Detected
    BIOS Date = Not Detected
    Memory Size = Not Detected
    Memory Type = Not Detected

    Tuner Type = Not Detected
    Decoder Type = Not Detected
    Video Standard = Not Detected
    Audio Type = Not Detected

    Display Drivers Version = 8.33-061220m-040997C-ATI
    Display 2D Version = 6.14.10.6660
    Display D3D Version = 0.0.0.0
    Open GL Version = 6.14.10.6287
    Control Panel Version = 0.0.0.0


    Graphics Card Manufacturer = ATI Technologies Inc.
    Graphics Chipset (ASIC) = Not Detected
    Device ID = 7269
    Vendor ID = 1002
    Subsystem ID = 0B13
    Subsystem Vendor ID = 1002

    Bus Type = PCI
    Current Bus Settings = Not Detected
    Primary Display Device = No

    BIOS P/N = Not Detected
    BIOS Version = Not Detected
    BIOS Date = Not Detected
    Memory Size = Not Detected
    Memory Type = Not Detected

    Tuner Type = Not Detected
    Decoder Type = Not Detected
    Video Standard = Not Detected
    Audio Type = Not Detected

    Display Drivers Version = 8.33-061220m-040997C-ATI
    Display 2D Version = 6.14.10.6660
    Display D3D Version = 0.0.0.0
    Open GL Version = 6.14.10.6287
    Control Panel Version = 0.0.0.0




    ========================MOTHERBOARD INFORMATION========================

    CPU Type = Intel CPU - Family 0 Model 0
    CPU Speed = 2399 MHz
    North Bridge Chipset Vendor ID = 8086
    North Bridge Chipset Device ID = 29a0
    North Bridge Chipset Revision = 2
    North Bridge Chipset Drivers Version = 8.3.0.1011
    North Bridge Chipset Drivers Date = 2-6-2007

    South Bridge Chipset Vendor ID = 8086
    South Bridge Chipset Device ID = 29a1
    South Bridge Chipset Revision = 2
    South Bridge Chipset Drivers Version = 8.3.0.1011
    South Bridge Chipset Drivers Date = 2-6-2007

    Presence of Dual CPU = No
    System RAM Amount = 2047 MB




    ======================SYSTEM HARDWARE INFORMATION======================


    Device Item Number = 122

    Device\DeviceItem0000 = [System devices] -> [ACPI Fixed Feature Button]
    Device\DeviceItem0001 = [Processors] -> [Intel Processor]
    Device\DeviceItem0002 = [Processors] -> [Intel Processor]
    Device\DeviceItem0003 = [System devices] -> [Intel(R) 82802 Firmware Hub
    Device]
    Device\DeviceItem0004 = [System devices] -> [Programmable interrupt
    controller]
    Device\DeviceItem0005 = [System devices] -> [System timer]
    Device\DeviceItem0006 = [System devices] -> [Direct memory access controller]

    Device\DeviceItem0007 = [Keyboards] -> [Standard 101/102-Key or Microsoft
    Natural PS/2 Keyboard]
    Device\DeviceItem0008 = [Ports (COM & LPT)] -> [Printer Port]
    Device\DeviceItem0009 = [Ports (COM & LPT)] -> [Communications Port]
    Device\DeviceItem0010 = [Floppy disk controllers] -> [Standard floppy disk
    controller]
    Device\DeviceItem0011 = [System devices] -> [System speaker]
    Device\DeviceItem0012 = [System devices] -> [PCI bus]
    Device\DeviceItem0013 = [System devices] -> [System CMOS/real time clock]
    Device\DeviceItem0014 = [System devices] -> [System board]
    Device\DeviceItem0015 = [System devices] -> [Motherboard resources]
    Device\DeviceItem0016 = [System devices] -> [Motherboard resources]
    Device\DeviceItem0017 = [System devices] -> [Motherboard resources]
    Device\DeviceItem0018 = [System devices] -> [Numeric data processor]
    Device\DeviceItem0019 = [System devices] -> [ACPI Power Button]
    Device\DeviceItem0020 = [System devices] -> [Microsoft ACPI-Compliant System]

    Device\DeviceItem0021 = [Monitors] -> [Plug and Play Monitor]
    Device\DeviceItem0022 = [Floppy disk drives] -> [Floppy disk drive]
    Device\DeviceItem0023 = [Sound, video and game controllers] -> [Realtek High
    Definition Audio]
    Device\DeviceItem0024 = [Mice and other pointing devices] -> [HID-compliant
    mouse]
    Device\DeviceItem0025 = [Disk drives] -> [Disk drive]
    Device\DeviceItem0026 = [System devices] -> [ISAPNP Read Data Port]
    Device\DeviceItem0027 = [System devices] -> [Printer Port Logical Interface]

    Device\DeviceItem0028 = [Display adapters] -> [Radeon X1900 Series]
    Device\DeviceItem0029 = [Display adapters] -> [Radeon X1900 Series Secondary]

    Device\DeviceItem0030 = [Network adapters] -> [Marvell Yukon 88E8053 PCI-E
    Gigabit Ethernet Controller]
    Device\DeviceItem0031 = [SCSI and RAID controllers] -> [GIGABYTE GBB36X
    Controller]
    Device\DeviceItem0032 = [System devices] -> [Intel(R) 82801 PCI Bridge -
    244E]
    Device\DeviceItem0033 = [System devices] -> [PCI standard ISA bridge]
    Device\DeviceItem0034 = [IDE ATA/ATAPI controllers] -> [Standard Dual Channel
    PCI IDE Controller]
    Device\DeviceItem0035 = [IDE ATA/ATAPI controllers] -> [Standard Dual Channel
    PCI IDE Controller]
    Device\DeviceItem0036 = [Universal Serial Bus controllers] -> [Standard
    Universal PCI to USB Host Controller]
    Device\DeviceItem0037 = [Universal Serial Bus controllers] -> [Standard
    Universal PCI to USB Host Controller]
    Device\DeviceItem0038 = [Universal Serial Bus controllers] -> [Standard
    Universal PCI to USB Host Controller]
    Device\DeviceItem0039 = [Universal Serial Bus controllers] -> [Standard
    Universal PCI to USB Host Controller]
    Device\DeviceItem0040 = [Universal Serial Bus controllers] -> [Standard
    Universal PCI to USB Host Controller]
    Device\DeviceItem0041 = [Universal Serial Bus controllers] -> [Standard
    Enhanced PCI to USB Host Controller]
    Device\DeviceItem0042 = [Universal Serial Bus controllers] -> [Standard
    Enhanced PCI to USB Host Controller]
    Device\DeviceItem0043 = [System devices] -> [PCI standard PCI-to-PCI bridge]

    Device\DeviceItem0044 = [System devices] -> [PCI standard PCI-to-PCI bridge]

    Device\DeviceItem0045 = [System devices] -> [PCI standard PCI-to-PCI bridge]

    Device\DeviceItem0046 = [System devices] -> [Microsoft UAA Bus Driver for
    High Definition Audio]
    Device\DeviceItem0047 = [System devices] -> [Intel(R) P965/G965/G35 Processor
    to I/O Controller - 29A0]
    Device\DeviceItem0048 = [System devices] -> [Intel(R) P965/G965/G35 PCI
    Express Root Port - 29A1]
    Device\DeviceItem0049 = [IDE ATA/ATAPI controllers] -> [Primary IDE Channel]

    Device\DeviceItem0050 = [IDE ATA/ATAPI controllers] -> [Secondary IDE
    Channel]
    Device\DeviceItem0051 = [IDE ATA/ATAPI controllers] -> [Primary IDE Channel]

    Device\DeviceItem0052 = [IDE ATA/ATAPI controllers] -> [Secondary IDE
    Channel]
    Device\DeviceItem0053 = [ATITool Utility] -> [ATITool Driver]
    Device\DeviceItem0054 = [SysTool Utility] -> [SysTool Driver]
    Device\DeviceItem0055 = [Computer] -> [ACPI Multiprocessor PC]
    Device\DeviceItem0056 = [System devices] -> [Logical Disk Manager]
    Device\DeviceItem0057 = [System devices] -> [Volume Manager]
    Device\DeviceItem0058 = [Non-Plug and Play Drivers] -> [AFD]
    Device\DeviceItem0059 = [Non-Plug and Play Drivers] -> [Beep]
    Device\DeviceItem0060 = [Non-Plug and Play Drivers] -> [dmboot]
    Device\DeviceItem0061 = [Non-Plug and Play Drivers] -> [dmload]
    Device\DeviceItem0062 = [Non-Plug and Play Drivers] -> [ENTECH]
    Device\DeviceItem0063 = [Non-Plug and Play Drivers] -> [Fips]
    Device\DeviceItem0064 = [Non-Plug and Play Drivers] -> [giveio]
    Device\DeviceItem0065 = [Non-Plug and Play Drivers] -> [Generic Packet
    Classifier]
    Device\DeviceItem0066 = [Non-Plug and Play Drivers] -> [HTTP]
    Device\DeviceItem0067 = [Non-Plug and Play Drivers] -> [IP Network Address
    Translator]
    Device\DeviceItem0068 = [Non-Plug and Play Drivers] -> [IPSEC driver]
    Device\DeviceItem0069 = [Non-Plug and Play Drivers] -> [IrDA Protocol]
    Device\DeviceItem0070 = [Non-Plug and Play Drivers] -> [ksecdd]
    Device\DeviceItem0071 = [Non-Plug and Play Drivers] -> [mnmdd]
    Device\DeviceItem0072 = [Non-Plug and Play Drivers] -> [mountmgr]
    Device\DeviceItem0073 = [Non-Plug and Play Drivers] -> [NDIS System Driver]
    Device\DeviceItem0074 = [Non-Plug and Play Drivers] -> [Remote Access NDIS
    TAPI Driver]
    Device\DeviceItem0075 = [Non-Plug and Play Drivers] -> [NDIS Usermode I/O
    Protocol]
    Device\DeviceItem0076 = [Non-Plug and Play Drivers] -> [NDProxy]
    Device\DeviceItem0077 = [Non-Plug and Play Drivers] -> [NetBios over Tcpip]
    Device\DeviceItem0078 = [Non-Plug and Play Drivers] -> [Null]
    Device\DeviceItem0079 = [Non-Plug and Play Drivers] -> [PartMgr]
    Device\DeviceItem0080 = [Non-Plug and Play Drivers] -> [ParVdm]
    Device\DeviceItem0081 = [Non-Plug and Play Drivers] -> [Remote Access Auto
    Connection Driver]
    Device\DeviceItem0082 = [Non-Plug and Play Drivers] -> [RDPCDD]
    Device\DeviceItem0083 = [Non-Plug and Play Drivers] -> [speedfan]
    Device\DeviceItem0084 = [Non-Plug and Play Drivers] -> [TCP/IP Protocol
    Driver]
    Device\DeviceItem0085 = [Non-Plug and Play Drivers] -> [VgaSave]
    Device\DeviceItem0086 = [Non-Plug and Play Drivers] -> [VolSnap]
    Device\DeviceItem0087 = [Non-Plug and Play Drivers] -> [Remote Access IP ARP
    Driver]
    Device\DeviceItem0088 = [Sound, video and game controllers] -> [Audio Codecs]

    Device\DeviceItem0089 = [Sound, video and game controllers] -> [Legacy Audio
    Drivers]
    Device\DeviceItem0090 = [Sound, video and game controllers] -> [Media Control
    Devices]
    Device\DeviceItem0091 = [Sound, video and game controllers] -> [Legacy Video
    Capture Devices]
    Device\DeviceItem0092 = [Sound, video and game controllers] -> [Video Codecs]

    Device\DeviceItem0093 = [Network adapters] -> [Infrared Port]
    Device\DeviceItem0094 = [Network adapters] -> [WAN Miniport (L2TP)]
    Device\DeviceItem0095 = [Network adapters] -> [WAN Miniport (IP)]
    Device\DeviceItem0096 = [Network adapters] -> [WAN Miniport (PPPOE)]
    Device\DeviceItem0097 = [Network adapters] -> [WAN Miniport (PPTP)]
    Device\DeviceItem0098 = [Network adapters] -> [Packet Scheduler Miniport]
    Device\DeviceItem0099 = [Network adapters] -> [Packet Scheduler Miniport]
    Device\DeviceItem0100 = [Network adapters] -> [Direct Parallel]
    Device\DeviceItem0101 = [System devices] -> [Terminal Server Device
    Redirector]
    Device\DeviceItem0102 = [System devices] -> [Terminal Server Keyboard Driver]

    Device\DeviceItem0103 = [System devices] -> [Terminal Server Mouse Driver]
    Device\DeviceItem0104 = [System devices] -> [Plug and Play Software Device
    Enumerator]
    Device\DeviceItem0105 = [System devices] -> [Microcode Update Device]
    Device\DeviceItem0106 = [System devices] -> [Microsoft System Management BIOS
    Driver]
    Device\DeviceItem0107 = [DVD/CD-ROM drives] -> [CD-ROM Drive]
    Device\DeviceItem0108 = [Storage volumes] -> [Generic volume]
    Device\DeviceItem0109 = [Sound, video and game controllers] -> [Microsoft
    Kernel System Audio Device]
    Device\DeviceItem0110 = [Sound, video and game controllers] -> [Microsoft
    Kernel Wave Audio Mixer]
    Device\DeviceItem0111 = [Sound, video and game controllers] -> [Microsoft
    WINMM WDM Audio Compatibility Driver]
    Device\DeviceItem0112 = [Universal Serial Bus controllers] -> [USB Root Hub]

    Device\DeviceItem0113 = [Universal Serial Bus controllers] -> [USB Root Hub]

    Device\DeviceItem0114 = [Universal Serial Bus controllers] -> [USB Root Hub]

    Device\DeviceItem0115 = [Universal Serial Bus controllers] -> [USB Root Hub]

    Device\DeviceItem0116 = [Universal Serial Bus controllers] -> [USB Root Hub]

    Device\DeviceItem0117 = [Universal Serial Bus controllers] -> [USB Root Hub]

    Device\DeviceItem0118 = [Universal Serial Bus controllers] -> [USB Root Hub]

    Device\DeviceItem0119 = [Human Interface Devices] -> [USB Human Interface
    Device]
    Device\DeviceItem0120 = [Universal Serial Bus controllers] -> [USB Composite
    Device]
    Device\DeviceItem0121 = [Sound, video and game controllers] -> [USB Audio
    Device]



    Is this of any use to you? :confused:

    Thanks mate,

    Hux.
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    Whats is your volts in 3D clocks ?

    This is STOCK Volts

    Radeon X1900XT 3D Mode CORE 625MHz{1.425v} MEM 725MHz{2.086v}
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    I set them to match Froggers picture in my OTHER problem thread, heh.

    3D CLOCK/MEM:

    612/721.

    3D VOLTS:
    VGPU Volts: 1.325 V
    MVDDC: 2.119 V
    MVDDQ: 2.119 V
    VDDCI: 1.498 V


    2D COCK/MEM:

    499.50
    594.00

    2D Volts:
    VGPU: 1.175V
    MVDDC: 2.119 V
    MVDDQ: 2.119 V
    VDDCI: 1.486 V

    Cheers guys,

    Hux.
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    Yeah that might be it cuz his on water and your not so his might not as much volts as its cooler so try that and see if you get that 'VPU recovery' still

    just up the 3D VOLTS VGPU Volts to 1.425v and test it okay

    leave the rest the same and make sure you save it
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    cuold be the gpu volts give it a try
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    Okay i've turned them up to 1.425 (It gave me a warning 'These are very high - to continue?' so i clicked yes anyway) but i dont see how this would be the problem since they were at these volts before.

    Did my problem.txt present any errors frogger?

    Hux.
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    was a shot in the dark :p....[did it work]??.. if you disable atitoll And systool in device manager and let CCC ajust the 2D/3D clks/vlts ....will it happen again ????
    and no the prob report supplied no info ....but never hurts to look.....would still be great to see the 'gpu recovery' one
    get back about CCC...also can you 'dump' you vid bios to a zip and post it for a look
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    I'm not gonna jump the gun here just yet but i have a feeling it may have worked. I first uninstalled my drivers, driver cleaner pro'd them and then reinstalled just the display drivers. I also rolled back to a previous driver, 7.1. At first that had no effect, so i then adjusted the volts.

    I will let you know how it gets on guys.

    P.S (How do i zip up my vid bios? Last time i played around with my 6800 vid bios i ended up having to wack a 5 year old PCI card in to get it back! :))

    Cheers,

    Hux.
  25. Frogger

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    Here's Hope'in:D on the 'Miscellaneous' page od AtiTool bottom right ... will save file then 'zip' it

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