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R9 270x with Korean monitor Bsod Need Help!!

Hello guys,

I had recently bought a new GPU, and and motherboard..... i had a gtx 650 and everything worked fine no problem at all..... after the GPU upgrade i get a Bsod once a day, specially when its idle, or very light browsing.....

Today i got my monitor from Qnix, and from the morning i m getting Bsod once every 15-20 minutes... its a 1440p 60hz not overclocked.

What could be the problem? are te 13.12 drivers bad?
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  1. is 13.12 the latest drivers? You can't overclock monitors, as it sounded like.
  2. yes its the latest driver, and i havent overclocked anything..... i get Bsod once a day before, i got the 1440p korean monitor in the morning, and i get constant Bsod.... it doesnt seem to happen if any video is playing..... but on idle, or if i minimize the screen for a second, Bsod attack
  3. anyone?? please help guys.... i m on desperation mode.....
  4. List your PC specs. please.
  5. ZeroRequiem said:
    List your PC specs. please.


    i5 3570k(did not OC)
    r9 270x
    8 GB ram
    60GB SSD, 500GB HDD
    Qnix 27" LED Evolution 2 monitor
    500W Corsair 80+ certified

    My main question can a new monitor cause Bsod?? since its simply an output peripharal, i thought it shouldn't... i presume.... and i had Bsod's once or twice a day before this new monitor..... but after this new monitor, it happens every 15 minutes, specially when idle, or light browsing........ and before my 270x, i had my friend's gtx 760, for 2 months with absolutely no problem and everything smooth.....
  6. Best thing would be to try your PC with another monitor, if the problem still persists then it's not the monitor.
    Do you only have BSoDs? No other weird things happen?
  7. ZeroRequiem said:
    Best thing would be to try your PC with another monitor, if the problem still persists then it's not the monitor.
    Do you only have BSoDs? No other weird things happen?


    Even with other monitor it happens but less frequent, once or twice a day.... when i game nothing happens....
  8. Thats strange.
    Try to take out your GPU then, and use the i5 3570k's integrated graphics.
    Leave it on idle or do what you usually do and see what happens.
  9. did you use the same cable or same input/output on the graphics card/monitor
  10. ZeroRequiem said:
    Thats strange.
    Try to take out your GPU then, and use the i5 3570k's integrated graphics.
    Leave it on idle or do what you usually do and see what happens.


    Nothing happens, i played that way for 4 mothns before purchasing gpu.....i presume it could be drivers then?? whats your suggestion?? i've problems with 13.12 amd driver Bsod
  11. unknownofprob said:
    did you use the same cable or same input/output on the graphics card/monitor


    no this monitor comes with its own cable Dvi-D cable...., i thot with my old Dvi cable i used with my old monitor would solve the problem, sadly it didnt either.....
  12. Have you tried downgrading to a earlier version? To see if that helps
  13. Upgrade your BIOS driver to the latest version see if that helps.
  14. unknownofprob said:
    Have you tried downgrading to a earlier version? To see if that helps


    will do it soon, after i get back home... could you tell what would be the best downgrade version(i read somewhere 13.11 beta 9.4 correct me if i am wrong).. and how to uninstall properly with no traces at all.....
  15. ZeroRequiem said:
    Upgrade your BIOS driver to the latest version see if that helps.


    motherboard bios??
  16. Yes the Mobo BIOS
  17. ZeroRequiem said:
    Yes the Mobo BIOS


    can you tell me why bios could cause a problem.....because my previous GPU (friends gtx760) didnt show any such problem....
  18. Best answer
    Cuz first we have to make sure that it's not a software error. Chances are slim that it's a hardware error though.
    I had the same problem with an R9 290 card. I thought the card was defective, tried my older GPU, the error was the same.
    I've updated every driver and bios to the latest version, i didnt help me though.

    It turned out the PSU was defective (funny thing is my PSU was a Corsair too and it died after ~3 weeks, my friend has the same PSU model like you, his died after 6 months).

    I've sent back the PSU bought a Seasonic one, and the black screens are gone. Everything running smoothly.
    Also when I've used the integrated graphics of the processor (i7 4770k, so same integrated HD4000 series like you have), I've never encountered black screens at all. But as soon as there was a GPU hooked on to the machine, blackscreens after 15 minutes or less, even when idle.
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