Windows 10: Getting random BSOD (DPC_WATCHDOG_VIOLATION)
Adding the GTX 1070 is what made me ask about the power supply. Maybe that card requires more power than the one it replaced? Now a 2nd one is dead, so something is definitely wrong. Are you running with the onboard video for now?
Without a sophisticated++- PSU tester it's difficult to test them unless it's just not putting out a voltage, which is not your case at all. If anything, I would expect one of the voltages that feeds the GTX 1070 is low or fluctuating. The only way to test for sure is replace it.
I have recently been experiencing DPC_Watchdog_Violations at seemingly random intervals.
It doesn't matter if my computer is idle or in use and there is no specific time when it crashes, sometimes it happens on boot and others it...
I seem to get the dpc_watchdog_violation error code during my BSOD. I'm getting this BSOD multiple times a day and the last two times (within the last 6 hours) it has occurred whilst watching YouTube videos in full screen on Google...
Usually every couple of weeks this machine will BSOD with a DPC_WATCHDOG_VIOLATION on an unknown module.
If I run heavy disk I/O the crash will happen a little more often but even then it could go days just fine.
Most of the time it crashes...
I have received a few messages since upgrading to Windows 10 saying my computer needed to restart and that I could find the answer at DPC Watchdog Violation. I have not had this happen while I am using the computer but the message...
Blue screen of death randomly happens saying to look up DPC_Watchdog_Violation. Have searched the internet for solutions and thus far have not found a fix that works. Solutions I have tried are:
Update drivers, if it's a driver issue I can't find...