Asus GTX780ti Blue Screen

Just bought a asus 780ti and just put it in about 20 mins ago and went to start up titanfall it kept crashing and blue screened the video card i had before was a xfx hd 7870 core edition If i uninstall the catalyst control center will that delete the old cards drivers or what should i do and
what is max temp for the 780

PC SPECS

Fx 8350 with h110
16GB corsair vengeance pro 1866
asrock extreme9 990fx
samsung 256GB ssd
nzxt source 530 case
750w corsair psu
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  1. And whats the BSOD?
  2. I didnt read it i just restarted the pc
  3. Well you should uninstall the old drivers. Upload the dmp files somewhere like onedrive then post the link.
  4. GTX cards target 80C operating temperature. If your under 85C and your fans are less than 100% speed your fine. If not, time to work on improving case airflow.

    I'd do a full uninstall of the AMD video drivers. Then a run:

    http://www.guru3d.com/files-details/display-driver-uninstaller-download.html

    And finally, download and install the latest NVidia drivers....
  5. Do i delete the catalyst control center? and max temp so far was 50c
  6. You uninstall it
  7. THEIZZO99 said:
    Do i delete the catalyst control center? and max temp so far was 50c


    You need to Uninstall Catalyst. Do NOT just delete it. Goto Control Panel --> Programs And Features. Then find Catalyst in the list and Uninstall it. OR, just run the Guru Drive Sweeper....
  8. Yes i uninstalled it so dose that uninstall all of the amd video drivers?
  9. THEIZZO99 said:
    Yes i uninstalled it so dose that uninstall all of the amd video drivers?


    Yes, "AMD Catalyst Install Manager" is in the list, uninstalling should remove amd video drivers..
  10. ok i did that and do i re install catalyst control center without video drivers or just leave it uninstalled
  11. THEIZZO99 said:
    ok i did that and do i re install catalyst control center without video drivers or just leave it uninstalled


    Your new card is NVidia, so you leave the AMD stuff out.................
  12. ok thanks it has not blue screened again so far it blue screened right after i put the new card in and was trying titanfall
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