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Logical
04-10-07, 01:54 PM
I know there will be people with a similar problem but not EXACTLY the same but this is how i stopped my games from going to BSOD every time i played them on xp and vista.................

http://forums.nvidia.com/index.php?showtopic=32768

Xion X2
04-10-07, 02:35 PM
Thanks for the info. We'll remember that for users who get continuous BSODs. Good job troubleshooting the problem.

Technoholic
04-10-07, 05:37 PM
Ohhh man. That's the exactly problem I have, except, not only after a couple of hours, but in less than 15 minutes.

Chu-Dog
04-11-07, 05:03 AM
Same Problem with my system.
Original Setup (BSOD plagued)
XFX 8800gtx XXX in SLI
EVGA 680i Mobo
Corsair DD2-8500 C5 x 4GB

Switched out the XFXs with stock clocked OCZs.
Stable as anything.

Slammin
04-11-07, 11:23 AM
Strange. I run my GTS's 24/7 at 636x2000 and no problems at all with crashing.

Xion X2
04-11-07, 11:41 AM
Nvidia just needs to stop factory overclocking cards, period. This is two out of the last three series of cards that this has caused serious problems.

Many of the 7900GTXs that were factory overclocked were crap as well while I've been able to manually overclock both without any problems.

Chu-Dog
04-11-07, 04:44 PM
Its probably just my bad luck! But after two flagship video card launches from Nvidia, where i bought the OCd version and they did not work well, i think i'll stay stock clocked for good. Its no biggie, if i feel compelled to squeeze FPS out of the next flagship card that comes along, i'll ntune/rivatuner/atitool it.
I've become so sick of the malfunctioning components that are supposed to be "cherry picked", all i want now is complete stability. I'll definitely sacrifice a few fps for that.

Dr.Nick
04-11-07, 05:33 PM
Another reason to stick with eVGA for OC'd cards?

Dr Jack
01-14-08, 03:48 PM
Move more air in your box and no BSOD. I had the same problems decided that is was a heat issue. My box is a Super Micro Server Full Tower so all kinds of air space. Open the side door and pushed more air in and perfectly stable running Crysis. I also used memcheck86 check the memory. Without the additional air moving in the case all kinds of memory errors and BSOD.
I am going to try some memory fans to see if I can get the door closed and remove the external fan.

Asus P5N-T Deluxe
Q6600 Temp 29c
Mb Temp 26c
BFG8800 GTX 600
Corsair TWIN2X2048-6400C4

BIOS

AI set to manual
SLI ready enable 0%
Memory voltage at 1.91
All other settings settings set to Auto

grey_1
01-14-08, 04:00 PM
Another reason to stick with eVGA for OC'd cards?
Mines been fine, EVGA 8800 SSC GTS (640) No issues yet thankfully.

Gregor976
01-15-08, 01:19 AM
My brother and I have almost the same system. Mobo/CPU/Memory/Videocard/Power supply.

He had bsod's with his machine, overclocked or not. He had 1 bad stick of memory. RMA'd it and haven't seen a bsod since.