- Dec 5, 2006
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|System Name||Red Pill|
|Processor||Ryzen 9 3900x|
|Motherboard||Asus X570-E Gaming|
|Cooling||Corsair H115i Pro - 2x NF-A14 PPC-3000rpm|
|Memory||32GB GSkill DDR4-3600|
|Video Card(s)||EVGA 1070ti SC|
|Storage||1tb NVME 970 Evo, 1tb NVME WD Black, 4tb WD Black, 10tb Seagate Barracuda Pro|
|Display(s)||3x Dell u2518d | 25" 1440P|
|Case||Lian Li o11 DXL|
|Audio Device(s)||Focusrite Saffire PRO 14 -> DBX DriveRack PA+ -> Mackie MR8 and MR10 / Senn HD558|
|Power Supply||Corsair RM1000i|
|Software||Windows 10 x64 Pro|
Well, that would be my initial thoughts too, but this is a "driver crash", and again only with the "9.2 drivers", with the "9.1 drivers" everything is perfectly fine. Also Crysis is the only program it has issues with, including numerous stress tests, benchmarks and other games for extended periods of time.If it crashes at 850 in Crysis, that just means it's not 100% stable. It doesn't matter how many other games work fine at those clocks. If lowering the clocks give stability in any situation, you have an unstable OC.
Now ruling out that it is not a perfectly stable clock, but it doesn't seem to fit all in properly. No artifacts, no excessive heat, every other piece of software runs perfectly well.