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Cpu overheated and crash message..

So.. Today I received my evga gtx 770 and I was so excited I couldn't wait to get it started.. I installed it and everything was just fine. I shut down the pc and after several hours I reopened it to play.. While I was playing Fifa, a message popped out with a windows 8 blue screen saying "SYSTEM_THREAD_EXCEPTION_NOT_HANDLED (lvrs64.sys)" and then it restarted.. I let it cool for some minutes and opened to download HWMonitor to check on my cpu temps.. I opened the game again and saw the temp rise up to 78°C(172°F).. Do you know what could it be? I think my PSU can't handle the wattage gpu and cpu need when in game.. My pc specs are:

MoBo: Asus P6T Deluxe V2
CPU: Intel Core i7 920 @ 2.67Ghz w/ stock cooler
GPU: EVGA Gtx 770 ACX superclocked
RAM: Corsair 3x2gb ddr3
PSU: Corsair TX 650 80plus bronze

PS: If you need something else please tell me.. Thank you in advance!!
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  1. manos4 said:
    So.. Today I received my evga gtx 770 and I was so excited I couldn't wait to get it started.. I installed it and everything was just fine. I shut down the pc and after several hours I reopened it to play.. While I was playing Fifa, a message popped out with a windows 8 blue screen saying "SYSTEM_THREAD_EXCEPTION_NOT_HANDLED (lvrs64.sys)" and then it restarted.. I let it cool for some minutes and opened to download HWMonitor to check on my cpu temps.. I opened the game again and saw the temp rise up to 78°C(172°F).. Do you know what could it be? I think my PSU can't handle the wattage gpu and cpu need when in game.. My pc specs are:

    MoBo: Asus P6T Deluxe V2
    CPU: Intel Core i7 920 @ 2.67Ghz w/ stock cooler
    GPU: EVGA Gtx 770 ACX superclocked
    RAM: Corsair 3x2gb ddr3
    PSU: Corsair TX 650 80plus bronze

    PS: If you need something else please tell me.. Thank you in advance!!


    For me it seems that the PSU is just enough :)
    Do you have a logitech camera or any other logitech product that requires you to have a driver from logitech to be installed?
  2. The psu should be fine . The wattage is definitely high enough to run the GTX 770 and the processor

    78C is hot but plenty of graphics cards run at temps like that . Especially overclocked models
    Got a link to the exact card?
  3. Yes I have.. Its a Logitech C170 Webcamera.. Here's the link of the card http://www.evga.com/products/product.aspx?pn=02g-p4-2774-kr . Also 78 degrees was the cpu temp. The max gpu temp was 48 degrees
  4. For me it seems that the PSU is just enough :)
    Do you have a logitech camera or any other logitech product that requires you to have a driver from logitech to be installed?
    Yes I have.. Its a logitech C170 webcam


    That means that the problem is coming from the cam's drivers
    Uninstall them and download them again and install them :)
    The temperatures are fine and your wattage is good :)
  5. Are you sure? Because my CPU requiers ~150W while in game and the gpu requiers minimum 600W.. I'll reinstall the webcam's drivers and I'll let you know if it still has a problem..
  6. Also the game lagged very much before the pc restarted itself..
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    manos4 said:
    Are you sure? Because my CPU requiers ~150W while in game and the gpu requiers minimum 600W.. I'll reinstall the webcam's drivers and I'll let you know if it still has a problem..


    My calculations are probably wrong then it could be that the PSU is too low and that the GPU is overheating thats why you probably get the lag before the shutdown also.
    In that case i suggest that you get a 700W to 800W max PSU to be sure :)
  8. Thank you very much!
  9. manos4 said:
    Thank you very much!


    No problem ;)
  10. If your CPU temp is too high then either there is too much dust built up in the heatsink , or the heatsink was knocked and loosened when you installed the new graphics card

    A much less likely possibility is the case fans cant keep up with the extra heat , but the low GPU temps dont support that theory

    And yes perhaps software errors could be happening because of the temp
  11. If the psu can't supply the wattage the parts need, could it be a reason for an overheating cpu??
  12. manos4 said:
    If the psu can't supply the wattage the parts need, could it be a reason for an overheating cpu??


    Could be because the PSU doesnt give enough power to the GPU to power it's fans to their maximum potential :)
    EDIT: I thought i read GPU instead of CPU, but its the same thing that the PSU cant supply with enough for the fans of the CPU and they cant work at 100% and overheat :)
  13. TechHelpNO said:
    manos4 said:
    If the psu can't supply the wattage the parts need, could it be a reason for an overheating cpu??


    Could be because the PSU doesnt give enough power to the GPU to power it's fans to their maximum potential :)
    EDIT: I thought i read GPU instead of CPU, but its the same thing that the PSU cant supply with enough for the fans of the CPU and they cant work at 100% and overheat :)

    Thank you very muhh my friend:)
  14. TechHelpNO said:
    manos4 said:
    If the psu can't supply the wattage the parts need, could it be a reason for an overheating cpu??


    Could be because the PSU doesnt give enough power to the GPU to power it's fans to their maximum potential :)
    EDIT: I thought i read GPU instead of CPU, but its the same thing that the PSU cant supply with enough for the fans of the CPU and they cant work at 100% and overheat :)

    Oh I get it now.. Thank you very much my friend!! :)
  15. manos4 said:
    TechHelpNO said:
    manos4 said:
    If the psu can't supply the wattage the parts need, could it be a reason for an overheating cpu??


    Could be because the PSU doesnt give enough power to the GPU to power it's fans to their maximum potential :)
    EDIT: I thought i read GPU instead of CPU, but its the same thing that the PSU cant supply with enough for the fans of the CPU and they cant work at 100% and overheat :)

    Oh I get it now.. Thank you very much my friend!! :)


    No problem ;)
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