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Old 10-21-11, 02:54 PM   #12
DarkOneX
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Default Re: Display Driver Crash Was Aero All This Time?

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Originally Posted by Peoples-Agent View Post
Pretty sure it's to do with the P-State handling in the newer driver sets.

Haven't the 285.38 set not fixed this for you guys?
No and as stated I've had this issue on multiple cards from many different drivers all the way back to the first Vista ones. So far so good though after I used MSI Afterburner to increase my voltage on my GPU to 1050 it's now stopped happening. I have a feeling that my issue could be either related to the APC Back-UPS 1300 I've been using this whole time or maybe the electricity in my house sucks so there's some fluctuation or something, enough to drop the voltage too low on my components causing this to happen.
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