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PNY GTX 560Ti issues.

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December 27, 2011 5:56:05 PM

Hello i have recently purchased a PNY GTX 560 Ti, it tends to blue screen on BF3 and occasionally it does when i'm not even on a game. Most recent drivers have been installed. If anyone else has encountered this issue and has been able to resolve it help would be greatly appreciated. A recent blue screen i received said " a driver has overrun a stack-based buffer".

Specs:Core i7 860@2.80GHz
Win7x64

If more info is needed feel free to ask.

-Thanks.

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December 28, 2011 8:01:29 AM

Sunius said:
What is your PSU?

Did you plug the TWO 6 pin connectors directly from PSU to your 560 Ti? It should be plugged in like this:

http://img685.imageshack.us/img685/4194/dsc01693u.jpg



Thanks for the response, that is how i have mine plugged in. It wouldn't boot for me without both power connectors in place.
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a c 110 U Graphics card
December 28, 2011 8:02:21 AM

which exact psu?
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a c 93 U Graphics card
December 28, 2011 8:06:07 AM

I doubt its the psu. probably just try running driver sweeper then reinstall the drivers.

PSUs problems shouldn't cause BSoDs. Most BSoD are caused by ram errors and processor errors.
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December 29, 2011 3:34:02 AM

amuffin said:
You need 30 amps, the rocketfish doesn't seem like it can output that, I think its your psu.


I see, how many amps is it producing? It runs other games fine or else i would have to agree, unless BF3 is more demanding of it which it probably is.
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a c 291 U Graphics card
December 29, 2011 1:45:07 PM

Try downloading Prime95, FurMark and HWmonitor. Run FurMark's GPU Burn in, Prime in-place large FFT stress test and HWMonitor to check the temperatures (so you accidentally don't fry anything. For CPU below 75C is safe, and below 90 for GPU). If it bluescreens or turns off, it will mean it's your PSU.
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January 1, 2012 8:50:15 PM

Sunius said:
Try downloading Prime95, FurMark and HWmonitor. Run FurMark's GPU Burn in, Prime in-place large FFT stress test and HWMonitor to check the temperatures (so you accidentally don't fry anything. For CPU below 75C is safe, and below 90 for GPU). If it bluescreens or turns off, it will mean it's your PSU.


I'm thinking it's my PSU because it freezes with no load at all. Please refer to my new thread.
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