Random BSOD and GPU Driver Crash (go on for 1 year, can'f find a fix)


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    Windows 10
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    Random BSOD and GPU Driver Crash (go on for 1 year, can'f find a fix)


    Hello everybody, I'm struggling for like 1 year with instability of my system.

    Those are my specs:
    MOBO:MSI H170 M3 Gaming
    GPU: GTX 970 EVGA SSC
    RAM: Corsair Vengance DDR4 2133MHZ 8GBX2
    PSU: EVGA G3 650W
    CPU: Intel [email protected] + 212 Hyper EVO
    OS: Windows 7
    HDD: WD Green 1TB 5400rpm
    SSD: Samsung EVO 850 250GB

    The main issue is the crash of the GPU driver while I'm playing, watching movies, browsing, or the pc is in idle. It comes the message "The display driver has stopped to working and be recovered"

    The second issue is on windows 10. In this OS in the same way on windows 7 I have BSOD or crash of the GPU driver.

    Yesterday I tried to reinstall again Windows 10 and after the installation and before the configuration of the system (pc name, cortana, privacy settings etc) it start the automatic recovery for no reason saying that can't start the system because one file is missing, after I press enter the system start correctly.

    I tried to:
    RMA the RAM, the MOBO and the CPU.
    Underclock the RAM and the GPU.
    Use XMP profile for the RAM.
    Switch the RAM in the slots of the MOBO. Tried one at time too.
    Manual insert the timings and the voltage of the RAM.
    Mount GPU on another pc and it works perfectly.
    Use the TDRDelay fix on the registry.
    Clean any fan in the case. The temperatures of any components are ok.
    Test another GPU on the system (ATI HD6840) and the integrated and I have the same problem.
    Updated the MOBO with the last bios.
    Checked the status of the SSD and HDD with CrystalDiskInfo and they are in a good state.

    I don't know what else can be. I'm going crazy, can anyone suggest me something else?




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  2. Posts : 5,184
    64bit Win 10 Pro ver 21H2
       #2

    Hello data0 :)

    Please fill in your system specs as completely as you can. Also make sure you submit a set of log files as instructed to do in the BSOD Posting Instructions.
      My Computers


 

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