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    Quote Originally Posted by HK-47 View Post
    Have you tried to run the PCIE slot the GPU is in at GEN 3 instead of auto? I have to run like this because the riser cable I have installed or i get the same kind of issues as you. That why I asked about the riser cable. Im wondering if maybe your CPU has issues with GEN 4 even though you aren't using a riser cable. Anyways something to try.
    I did try that back when I first built the computer using the 3090 but I've changed cards and reinstalled windows since then so I'll definitely give it another try.

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    In the process of doing every possible test I could think of I ran memtest again overnight and got several errors so have RMA'd the ram and replaced it with some older 4x16gb@2400 sticks in the meantime.

    Is it possible that memory errors could result in graphics driver crashes at higher power loads?

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    Ive recently been having similar issues as yourself but not completely the same- rhe main difference is I have not gotten - Display driver nvlddmkm stopped responding and has successfully recovered. Nor any apps crashing, however over the past 2 weeks I have been getting alot of games just crashing to desktop, games I've been playing for months suddenly crash to desktop no warning

    To cut a long story short what I changed has given me 2 days straight issue free, I had enabled PBO from within the amd overclocking tab, with the limits set to motherboard- ai made no changes to the curve optimizer, I had previously had PBO enabled from I a different way - the tab that let's you enable the dynamic OC for the dark hero, I had forgotten I had changed where I had enabled PBO after a disassemble and reassemble for some water cooling maintenance

    Just thought I'd post this on the off chance the issue you are experiencing can be solved in the same way
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    Quote Originally Posted by Doco View Post
    Ive recently been having similar issues as yourself but not completely the same- rhe main difference is I have not gotten - Display driver nvlddmkm stopped responding and has successfully recovered. Nor any apps crashing, however over the past 2 weeks I have been getting alot of games just crashing to desktop, games I've been playing for months suddenly crash to desktop no warning

    To cut a long story short what I changed has given me 2 days straight issue free, I had enabled PBO from within the amd overclocking tab, with the limits set to motherboard- ai made no changes to the curve optimizer, I had previously had PBO enabled from I a different way - the tab that let's you enable the dynamic OC for the dark hero, I had forgotten I had changed where I had enabled PBO after a disassemble and reassemble for some water cooling maintenance

    Just thought I'd post this on the off chance the issue you are experiencing can be solved in the same way
    Thanks for that insight, I've not checked PBO or the dynamic OC so I'll definitely give it a try.

    Out of curiosity, after your crashes did you have a look in Event Viewer to see what came up?

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    Quote Originally Posted by edplaysdrums View Post
    In the process of doing every possible test I could think of I ran memtest again overnight and got several errors so have RMA'd the ram and replaced it with some older 4x16gb@2400 sticks in the meantime.

    Is it possible that memory errors could result in graphics driver crashes at higher power loads?

    Hello,

    Yes memory instability can quite easily cause driver crashes in this way.

    There likely wasn't any reason to RMA the memory. If using DOCP/XMP then the applied overclock wasn't stable and the instability needs to be dialled out.

    Once the new kit arrives, test the system at optimised defaults without an applied overclock and see if the issue persists.

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    Quote Originally Posted by edplaysdrums View Post
    Thanks for that insight, I've not checked PBO or the dynamic OC so I'll definitely give it a try.

    Out of curiosity, after your crashes did you have a look in Event Viewer to see what came up?
    Yeah all I was really getting was gtav/assassins creed .exe stopped working

    Clicking into it the error code was c0000005 - about as generic as it comes, today I re-overclocked my gpu and got a good few hours in games with no crashes, def. PBO2 was my issue
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    Quote Originally Posted by Silent Scone@ROG View Post
    Hello,

    Yes memory instability can quite easily cause driver crashes in this way.

    There likely wasn't any reason to RMA the memory. If using DOCP/XMP then the applied overclock wasn't stable and the instability needs to be dialled out.

    Once the new kit arrives, test the system at optimised defaults without an applied overclock and see if the issue persists.
    Hi, thanks for the advice... forgive my lack of understanding but I thought the whole point of DOCP was that the ram had ideal overclock presets meaning people who don't know what they're doing (me) don't have to dial in any settings? I wouldn't really know where to start with tweaking from the DOCP presets, but I'll happily try and learn, if there's a good resource for this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by edplaysdrums View Post
    Hi, thanks for the advice... forgive my lack of understanding but I thought the whole point of DOCP was that the ram had ideal overclock presets meaning people who don't know what they're doing (me) don't have to dial in any settings? I wouldn't really know where to start with tweaking from the DOCP presets, but I'll happily try and learn, if there's a good resource for this.

    XMP or DOCP are predefined frequency, timings and voltage denoted by the memory vendor to offer users the best possible chance of stability. Different memory vendors use varying levels of guardband, which refers to the amount of tolerance in place to account for varying strength and differences in CPUs. So whereas they do offer some reassurances, manual tuning can sometimes be needed depending on conditions at an electrical level.

    On the platform in question, VSOC is the rail that impacts memory stability the most. You may find the replacement kit does in fact work, however this is more down to variance between kits.

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    I've been going insane over this Problem as well for the past 2 months, It started a few weeks ago out of nowhere. Random Game Crashing to Desktop ( Call of Duty Multiplayer ) after a few hours of gaming and occasionally when working on my desktop while having chrome, firefox and obsidian software running.

    Event Viewer error code:
    The description for Event ID 14 from source nvlddmkm cannot be found. Either the component that raises this event is not installed on your local computer or the installation is corrupted. You can install or repair the component on the local computer.

    If the event originated on another computer, the display information had to be saved with the event.

    The following information was included with the event:

    \Device\0000009a
    0d20(31e8) 00000000 00000000

    The message resource is present but the message was not found in the message table
    - I performed a CLEAN Windows 10 install on my M.2 SSD and CLEAN Windows 10 install on a regular SSD and problem persist.
    - I RMA my EVGA 2080 Super videocard and got it back, Problem continues.
    - I Bought a NEW 800 Watts Power supply and problem continues
    - Updated the BIOS Now twice Problem continues
    - The last thing I did try was a new new videocard that wasn't giving me any problems but I did notice i would get GPU lag as if it was being underpowered sometimes. I'm guessing it could be a problem now between the Motherboard or the Videocard
    - I also did revert back to normal Auto memory profile in the bios but problem continues

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    I've also downloaded EVGA Precision boost and hit BOOST LOCK to play COD as it crashes less. It could be a faulty GPU as when I launch EVGA precision x1 screen goes off and on but no crash. So now all I can do is wait for new BIOS to come out for this motherboard or test another videocard.
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    Have you tried undervolting your gpu?


    https://bjorn3d.com/2020/10/undervol...d-the-rtx3090/

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