Palit GTX 560 Ti Sonic problem

Hello everyone,

I recently bought a new pc config but the graphics are giving me serious headaches.

• ASRock B75 Pro3 [ B75 PRO3 ]
• Procesor Intel Core i5 3450 3.10GHz box
• Sirtec - High Power Element PLUS 500W
• Palit GeForce GTX 560 Ti Sonic 1GB DDR5 256-bit
• Exceleram 8GB DDR3 1600MHz CL9 Dual Channel Kit

First I cant get rid of that annoying display driver stopped working error in windows 7 x64. And now, I've encountered a BSOD while playing Heroes 3. I know it's a video problem but I was wondering if anyone could help me find a solution.

I've uploaded my last mini dump file here: http://www.filehost.ro/3926140/080112_19437_01_dmp/

Kind regards
CC
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  1. Boot in to safe mode (tap F8 on boot up) and uninstall all of your GPU drivers. Reboot and install the most up to date drivers from the nVidia site (might want to download these before uninstalling). I had the same issue on my old 460s and that solved my issues.
  2. I'm currently ussing the last beta driver but I've tryed every release (beta and whql) of 2012.

    Propper unninstaled with drive sweeper in safe mode but the problem persists.
  3. Do you monitor temps while playing? What does your GPU idle at?
  4. your psu doesnt look very good
    try running your system with a different psu to see if that solves your problem
  5. trapper said:
    Do you monitor temps while playing? What does your GPU idle at?


    70-72 degrees Celcius in full load, about 40 degrees in idle while having the room temperature at 30 degrees.

    Quote:
    your psu doesnt look very good
    try running your system with a different psu to see if that solves your problem


    As in brand or wattage ?

    Thank you!
  6. cantstandja said:
    70-72 degrees Celcius in full load, about 40 degrees in idle while having the room temperature at 30 degrees.


    Those are fine for sure.

    cantstandja said:

    As in brand or wattage ?


    It should be pushing enough power (google-ing the PSU and GPU together have people using the same combo even), but the problem you have would be explained by a PSU issue. Unplug the GPU's power cables and re-attach them, make sure they are in all the way. If that doesn't work see if you can't get another PSU to try and boot with (plug it all in, but don't install it in the case).
  7. i got same issue with my gtx 680 ....to solve it lower the clock on the card using msi afterburner, i lowered by 30Mhz and that solved my issue.

    in the factory overclock settings it was pushing slightly too hard and causing a crash.

    dont bother with all that driver advice i went through all the same rubbish.....do the downclock im 100% this will fix it.
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