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GTX 580: Display driver stopped responding and has recovered

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April 2, 2013 5:47:43 PM

Please help me with this issue. I can play these game: Cryssis 3, BattleField 3, MoH, ..etc.. in high setting with out any issue but every time i played War of Rose (even in low setting) for about 20 minutes, i got kick out to desktop with message "display driver stopped responding and has recovered". No pink screen or blue/light dot, just simply kick out to desktop. I can get into the game again right away but about 20 mins later, same issue again. I'm using Nvidia diver 314.22 and here is my spec.

Window 7 home premium 64
GPU: I5-2500K
RAM: 16Gb
Graphic card: GTX 580

Thank you.
April 2, 2013 5:59:30 PM

card is not OC'd, correct? If not,
temps are within a moderate range of 50C~80C?
April 2, 2013 6:27:02 PM

biopolar said:
card is not OC'd, correct? If not,
temps are within a moderate range of 50C~80C?


my card is not OC and temps is about 60-70*C
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April 2, 2013 6:37:01 PM

I beleive thats a know issue with that game and nvidia cards
October 2, 2013 2:37:17 AM

shaiyya said:
Please help me with this issue. I can play these game: Cryssis 3, BattleField 3, MoH, ..etc.. in high setting with out any issue but every time i played War of Rose (even in low setting) for about 20 minutes, i got kick out to desktop with message "display driver stopped responding and has recovered". No pink screen or blue/light dot, just simply kick out to desktop. I can get into the game again right away but about 20 mins later, same issue again. I'm using Nvidia diver 314.22 and here is my spec.

Window 7 home premium 64
GPU: I5-2500K
RAM: 16Gb
Graphic card: GTX 580

Thank you.


Asus Sabertooth Z77
i5 2500k OC'd 4.8Ghz
EVGA GTX680 SC+2
8GB Crucial Ballistix Sport
Corsair TX750M
Windows 8 64-bit


Hi,

I too had this same error with my rig. I re-installed clean drivers and even RMA'd my GPU with EVGA. But this did not solve it...

Using EVGA Precision X, I noticed a spike in GPU activity before the crash, when the temp of the card reached 77 degrees, . So I made a custom fan profile using Precision X, so that when temperatures reached 75 degrees, the fan speed increased dramatically to keep temps below 75.

This has FIXED the problem and I haven't had a driver crash since. I dont know why the card spazzed out when it reached 77 degrees... seems a pretty average temp to me. But i guess the card will also last longer keeping it well below 80!
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