Nvidia to AMD GPU, crashing frequently now


  1. Posts : 2
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    Nvidia to AMD GPU, crashing frequently now


    So I just got a new GPU and for the most part it's been fine. With BL3 I crashed a couple times but tonight I was trying to play Battlefront 2 and it's just unceremoniously rebooting my PC and pushing my blood pressure a little higher each time.

    I thought it might be because I was streaming so I tried turning all that off and even turned vsync on to make sure it doesn't max out the GPU but it still happened within 7-10 minutes of getting into a match and actually starting to play.

    Reliability shows nothing except a generic 'shutdown improperly' type message so I'm at the limits of my knowledge on this kind of issue.

    Already ran the logger and attached that, thanks for any help!
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  2. Steve C's Avatar
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    Windows 10 Pro 64 bit
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    Do a clean install of the new drivers and ensure that any separate power cables to the GPU are connected securely
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  3. Posts : 2
    Windows 10
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    Steve C said:
    Do a clean install of the new drivers and ensure that any separate power cables to the GPU are connected securely
    Went into safe mode ran DDU, stripped absolutely every video/audio driver out and reinstalled from fresh. As well as that I took the card out completely and reseated everything.

    Still getting the reboots with no error beyond did not shut down properly in reliability -_-

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    Issue appears to have been solved after I updated bios as well as turned off/uninstalled absolutely anything that reads sensors.

    Friend suggested it might just be some crap-tier sensors on the GPU that AMD got on the cheap so I'm not sure if it was the bios update or the sensors thing that was causing the issue.
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