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Regarding your questions for the game, I would like to gather more information regarding this matter, this in order to provide the most accurate answer. Please see below:
- Provide the full model of your motherboard.
- Let us know the driver version you are running. Please go to Device Manger> Display adapters> Intel(R) HD Graphics right click on Properties and then go to Driver, you will be able to see the version installed.
- Provide your BIOS version.
- Provide your operating system.
Now regarding the 3D software, if it re-enables the cores it's because the software needs it for the rendering tests or tasks. For this matter I would need the same information requested above, thank you.
Version 0802 2017/09/15
G.SKILL TridentZ RGB Series 16GB (2 x 8GB) 288-Pin DDR4 SDRAM DDR4 4266 (PC4 34100) Desktop Memory Model F4-4266C19D-16GTZR
Blue screens during stock or overclocked settings. Even blue screened once while loading into windows.
Right now running 4.2ghz performance default settings on asus motherboard, going to try some lan drivers ect and hope that solves the problem.
Let us know the results. Please also let us know your operating system and graphics driver version installed. Go to Device Manger> Display adapters> Intel(R) HD Graphics right click on Properties and then go to Driver, you will be able to see the version installed.
Do you see any error message in the blue screen?
I don't have any Intel display drivers installed.
I'm using a Nvidia gtx 1080 ti
as for the blue screen I'm still getting it, happens in cs:go whether I'm at stock or default overclocks.... let me see if I can get the blue screen error code again 1 sec.
Thank you for that information.
Sure, let me know if you get the blue screen message.
In the meantime let's try the update the following components:
- NVIDIA driver: Drivers | GeForce
- Chipset driver: http://dlcdnet.asus.com/pub/ASUS/mb/03CHIPSET/ITBM_18.104.22.1683_64bit_20170920.zip?_ga=2.140282931.1240319892.1510754982-1…
ok so I've messed around even more and I'm still having issues, I've changed voltages swaped computer parts graphics processors, done everything I can.
Here are the windows dump files I've collected from my issues this evening.
If I don't get a solution I'll have to start trying to get a refund.
I did some runs today, and it might have been my ram timings causing the issue.
I'lll keep you posted...
Set my Ram to 3200 - 14,14,14, 34 Auto
No crashes yet after 2 hours.. "fingers crossed", going to take me some time to regain confidence in my system, I sent a video card back that was having issues which was causing my maya too crash during 3d renders. Now I just need to get cs:go stable and I'll be a happy camper. when the two main things I use my computer for weren't working but everything else was works fine, it kinda makes you question a lot of things about reality.
To be honest the chip is absolutely amazing just have to trouble shoot these last problems... and I can always upgrade to a 7980xe a couple years down the line which is a nice thing to think about.