Windows 10: BSOD playing Battlefield 1 0x00000133 (DPC watchdog) with GTX 1070
BSOD playing Battlefield 1 0x00000133 (DPC watchdog) with GTX 1070
I am hardly trying to get a GTX1070 card working. The first 1070 form KFA2 resulted in an unbootable system.
Now I tried with an Gainward 1070, PC boots fine though playing Battlefield 1 for 1 minute results in a BSOD "DPC WATCHDOG VIOLATION".
On the other side Futuremark Benchmark was performed without BSOD but with Battlefield 1 I can reproduce the error every time.
My boards BIOS is latest and I am having 0 problems with my currently installed AMD graphics card which I will keep as long as I am not sure if my current hardware is capable to run the new Pascal GPU without issues.
I would like to find out if this can be solved without buying a new board+cpu.
Attached the logs. Looking forward to some enlightenment :-)
Last edited by iroxter; 06 Dec 2016 at 14:30.
Please run DM_Log_collector and upload the complete resulting zip file. DO NOT remove any files from it. You manually zipped up a subset of the collected files, I want all of them please.
See here: Blue Screen of Death (BSOD) Posting Instructions
What video card did you have prior to the 1070?
What Power Supply do you have?
Hmm, looked at DxDiag output and it shows the AMD Radeon R9 200 Series, not a Nvidia GeForce GTX 1070. Need you to run DM_Log_collector with the GTX 1070 card installed and upload the complete zip.
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