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    1070 Ti is BSODing left and right

    Hi all,

    Let me first confess that I'm not 100% sure it's the GPU, however, I've got all the latest drivers for every component and the BSODs happen when I 1. play games (rare), 2. mimimize/maximize games (common), 3. enter and leave lobbies when playing games (common). Number 3 could be the wireless adapter, but I've got the latest drivers for that and it wouldn't cause 1 & 2. Here is my part list.

    I built my PC last November and have been experiencing constant BSODs since then. I've gone through most of the BSOD debugging process, here's a list off the top of my head:
    1. Ran with each RAM stick standalone (so I've ruled out RAM unless both sticks are bad)
    2. Disk checks on start up
    3. Uninstalled GPU, iGPU, and Mobo chipset drivers using DDU and reinstalled the latest drivers.
    4. Disabled fast start up b/c I've heard that not all symbols/DLL are loaded correctly occasionally
    5. Manually installed drivers for all my components (except for BIOS)

    Here's a list of things I haven't tried that have been known to pinpoint BSOD causes:
    1. Memtest86
    2. Checked PSU
    3. Manually install BIOS drivers

    My friend is letting me borrow his old ASUS ROG 770, which I intend to hook up after work, install drivers, then see if I get any BSOD so I can rule out a faulty GPU. If I don't have any crashes, I intend to RMA my 1070 Ti. I'm at work so I don't have any of my recent dumps, but here's a link to 2 minidumps and 2 full dumps, also here's the 2 minidumps by themselves. Some of the most common crashes are IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL and SYSTEM_SERVICE_EXCEPTION. I'm open to any suggestions and I appreciate any help!

    EDIT: I had someone check out the 2 minidumps and they deduced that it was the GPU and recommended I uninstall drivers using DDU and reinstall. Like I said above, I did that, but I continue to BSOD. Assuming I'm not a class A dumb***, I'd like to rule out a GPU driver issue, but feel welcome to tell me otherwise.
    Last edited by CaramelKyle; 03-20-2018 at 06:00 PM. Reason: More info

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    Have you tried this card on another PC?

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    MotherboardM 10 Apex / XI gene
    Processor8700K / 9900K
    Memory (part number)2x8 Gskill Trident Z 4266/2x2x8 Gskill Trident Z 4500
    Graphics Card #1RTX 2080ti / GTX 1060
    Sound CardSoundBlaster Ae5 / Onboard
    MonitorBENQ 32" 4K
    Storage #1Intel 900p 480GB/Samsung 960 Pro 1TB
    Storage #2Intel 750 1.2TB/Plextor 1 TB 2X 950 Pro
    CPU CoolerCorsair H150i AIO / H1110i
    CaseCorsair 740 ? Lian Li Air
    Power SupplyCorsair AX 1200i / AX 1200i
    Keyboard Corsair
    Mouse ASUS Strix
    Headset HyperX Cloud Alpha
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    Is your system all at default settings, no CPU OC, no XMP settings to rule out motherboard, CPU, memory? If not set to factory defaults for testing
    Is your power supply a single 12v rail or multiple rail, if multiple rail is your GPU connected to a 12v rail not being used by any other component (motherboard), does that 12v rail have a high enough current capacity for the GPU load (watt rating)?

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