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Blue Screen after install new GTX 660

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November 29, 2013 6:09:10 PM

I just install a new GPU MSI GTX 660 TWIN FROZR IV after install the drivers everything work fine but when i open a game just a few sec it will restart my pc and shows up blue screen problem. after i reinstall the drivers and restart another problem occured my pc keep restarting while loading the windows os now i on in safe mode.. please help me solve this issue. thanks guys~

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November 29, 2013 6:16:50 PM

what is your power supply?
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November 29, 2013 6:24:37 PM

sounds like a problem with how your motherboard is reacting to the install
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November 29, 2013 7:46:21 PM

I would say there are TWO possibilities:

1) Power Supply insufficient
2) Defective card.

Then general rule of thumb for Power Supplies is that they should be okay if they have sufficient 6-pin or 8-pin connectors for the graphics card.

So:
1) What PSU do you have?
2) Does the graphics card have the 6-pin power connections attached?

Troubleshooting:
1) Try a different PSU with sufficient power and 6-pin connectors.
2) Try your card in a different system with sufficient PSU.

other:
Try MEMTEST to test your main memory www.memtest.org for at least a full loop. Probably not the problem, but a good idea anyway as many weird issues sometimes start due to main memory corrupting data.
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November 30, 2013 2:59:44 AM

Quaddro said:
what is your power supply?


My power supply is Aero cool X-Strike 600W
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November 30, 2013 3:02:17 AM

photonboy said:
I would say there are TWO possibilities:

1) Power Supply insufficient
2) Defective card.

Then general rule of thumb for Power Supplies is that they should be okay if they have sufficient 6-pin or 8-pin connectors for the graphics card.

So:
1) What PSU do you have?
2) Does the graphics card have the 6-pin power connections attached?

Troubleshooting:
1) Try a different PSU with sufficient power and 6-pin connectors.
2) Try your card in a different system with sufficient PSU.

other:
Try MEMTEST to test your main memory www.memtest.org for at least a full loop. Probably not the problem, but a good idea anyway as many weird issues sometimes start due to main memory corrupting data.


1)My power supply is Aero cool X-Strike 600W
2)yes 6 pin connector is attached

before this i use GX550W from cooler master and just upgrade to 600W but still the same.
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December 1, 2013 5:04:56 PM

photonboy said:
I would say there are TWO possibilities:

1) Power Supply insufficient
2) Defective card.

Then general rule of thumb for Power Supplies is that they should be okay if they have sufficient 6-pin or 8-pin connectors for the graphics card.

So:
1) What PSU do you have?
2) Does the graphics card have the 6-pin power connections attached?

Troubleshooting:
1) Try a different PSU with sufficient power and 6-pin connectors.
2) Try your card in a different system with sufficient PSU.

other:
Try MEMTEST to test your main memory www.memtest.org for at least a full loop. Probably not the problem, but a good idea anyway as many weird issues sometimes start due to main memory corrupting data.


Finally i know whats the problem of my pc it was a defective graphic card after change new now my pc run perfectly with 1 time installation :)  thanks all~
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