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    At the very end of the stress test it crashed the display driver here too.

    I think it's safe to say it's not just the 900 series cards crashing.

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    Yup, I set up a 24G (1.5x physical memory) virtual memory page file and the game ran fine now. Used to crash back into Windows, complaining low in memory. It has been like decades since I last had to use virtual memory. For those that plan on gaming at 4k, better opt for 32G now. 16G is reaching its limit. I believe though I can tweak Windows somewhere and tell it not to ***** too early about low on memory.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nate152 View Post
    At the very end of the stress test it crashed the display driver here too.

    I think it's safe to say it's not just the 900 series cards crashing.
    You don't have to wait for it till the end. After running a min or so click on the stop button will immediately see the result.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AdamC View Post
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    Yup, I set up a 24G (1.5x physical memory) virtual memory page file and the game ran fine now. Used to crash back into Windows, complaining low in memory. It has been like decades since I last had to use virtual memory. For those that plan on gaming at 4k, better opt for 32G now. 16G is reaching its limit. I believe though I can tweak Windows somewhere and tell it not to ***** too early about low on memory.
    Hello

    Thee are other reasons why a particular page file size may be needed besides not enough system memory. Your Task Manager screenshot shows plenty of system memory available for use. It is showing 8GB of cached memory which is also available for use if needed.

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    The display driver crash at the end of realbench drove me crazy for a long time.Finally to completely pass realbench 16g wo display driver issue,I had to shut down Emsisoft anti-malware,MSI afterburner,increase pagefile to 24,379 MB,and on a system that ran all other tests stable at 4.2 adaptive vcore max 1.264,I had to increase vcore (like LiveOrDie said) so that it reached 1.280 vcore at 100% usage.(in bios turbo 1.26 plus 0.001 offset) Just my experience ymmv.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AdamC View Post
    The game is Dying Light and I set the viewing distance all the way to the max. You can Google Dying Light and viewing distance. This setting put a big big hit on system.
    Nope that problem was patched i run Dying Light on Max on 2k 70-110FPS with max view distance depending where I'm looking, Also after playing for a few hours the game doesn't use over 4.5GB of memory for me when looking in task manager, Your 980s are on pair with my 780Ti's and i can tell you now you will need more GPU power to run Dying Light on 4K res this game is very demanding also there working on fixing SLI performance.
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    At the time of this post I thought I had the The display driver crash at the end of realbench situation solved-turns out I didn't-no matter what programs,services I shut down or what drivers I tried, realbench would freeze computer when I stopped test myself or realbench concluded-With drivers 347.88 I can pass realbench stress test every time and manually stop it without freezing,so it seems it was a driver issue with my particular config.Hope this helps

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    Hey

    Fyi, msi afterburner with riva causes benchmarking/stress testing problems. Anyways, when stress testing, it is wise to close porn and useless apps off

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    Yeah some have even had to uninstall msi afterburner completely to pass stress test.What I am saying here is with 347.88 drivers I pass realbench stress test with all my memory 16gs selected without shutting any programs or services down and that includes antivirus,msi,all the intel, asus,etc .

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    I will have to go with Raja with this one. Realbench has consistently crashed my drivers at the end of the test when using Nvidia, for several years on several systems. There were known issues with Nvidia and Open CL/GL support. However, when using AMD cards and drivers, this is a non-issue. It's been known for years that AMD supports Open CL/GL better while Nvidia supports DirectX more or less on the same level as AMD. I thought these issues have been resolved long ago, but I guess not.

    I never cared to report it because even when the drivers crashed when using Nvidia, the RealBench test still said it passed.
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