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Graphic card crash when full load

Discussion in 'Graphics Cards' started by mrthanhnguyen, Aug 14, 2014.

  1. mrthanhnguyen

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    I just received my gtx 670 from Asus RMA. It works normally when I surf the web and do microsoft,but it crashes when I play games at the time finish loading the game and log in, it crashes, I can't even play for 1 second. Is the graphic card still defective or some part of my pc has problem?
     
  2. eidairaman1

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    Drop your overclock to factory speed. Remove your gc drivers update your motherboard drivers,gc drivers. Can you see blue screen codes?
     
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    Return it after trying a different slot. Its a long shot that your #1 slot is bad but then at least you did your part of testing. I assume that you run stock speed.
     
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    no blue screen at all. When Battlefield 4 finish loading, the game appears on the screen, then screen freeze, there's a window pops up say directx getdeviceremovereason. When I tried League of Legend, the game just crashes to desktop without any notification. I tried furmark, it said something about nvidia problem. I use the asus gtx 670 top, the highest clock of gtx 670,and i don't know what its stock speed because i haven't overclock it.

    bf4 error:
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    IDK, but that error distinctly looks like a driver error. I recommend reinstalling your Nvidia drivers and see if there is a difference.

    It also couldn't hurt to reinstall DirectX.
     

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