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    Windows Nvidia kernel mode driver stopped responding

    Hello, when im trying to play gameslike playerunknown's battlegrounds or H1z1 everytime my game crashes
    ERROR:Windows nvidia kernel mode driver stopped responding
    Mby is because my GPU is Factory Overclocked? im using Asus Dual gtx 1070 OC
    When i switched to my old gtx 750 ti - games worked like a charm,but with gtx 1070 Factory Overclocked game crashes with that error.
    Any Suggs?
    All Games run good without crashes exepct thoses two, mby someone can tell me stable underclock for my Asus Dual gtx 1070 OC?

    System Specifications:
    Operating System: windows 10
    Graphics Card:ASUS DUAL GTX 1070 OC
    CPU: i7 4790 @ 3.6GHZ
    Ram: 24gb HyperX Furry 1600hz
    PSU: AEROCOOL KCAS ATX 2.3 700W
    MB: asus B85m-g
    Last edited by mikss; 04-02-2017 at 02:56 PM.

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    Welcome to the ROG Forums!

    1. Are you running individual memory sticks instead of a single kit?
    2. When you swap the graphics cards are you re-installing the driver?
    3. Are you using the latest driver?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zka17 View Post
    Welcome to the ROG Forums!

    1. Are you running individual memory sticks instead of a single kit?
    2. When you swap the graphics cards are you re-installing the driver?
    3. Are you using the latest driver?
    1. HyperX FURY BLUE SERIES KIT OF 2 - 8 gigs , 1 for 4gb HyperX FURY BLUE and one random kingston stick for 4 gb
    2. Yes im ussing DDU to uninstall my old drivers and reinstalling new.
    3. And yes im using the latest driver 378.92
    Last edited by mikss; 04-02-2017 at 03:34 PM.

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    I would suggest to remove the 4GB sticks and leave only the kit. 16GB should be more than enough for games. Also, make sure that you are using the right slots for the kit (check the manual). Then do a memory testing, just to be sure that everything is OK.

    It would be nice if you could find an another machine to try that Asus card, to make sure that it is working properly... Make sure that you properly connect the power cables to the card!

    I am really not thrilled by that PSU... theoretically should be enough, but I have never tried or heard of it...

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