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Old 01-08-2013, 03:03 AM   #1
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Exclamation GPU Crashing for no apparent reason?! Please help!

Hi guys, I just got my new rig, the specs are:

AMD FX4170 Bulldozer (black edition)
Ge-Force GT630 (4GB DDR3 model)
12GB Ram (2x4GB kingston DDR3 + 2x2GB kingston DDR3)
Windows 7 pro 64 bit
650W PSU (couldn't tell you the name of the top of my head)
I've installed every driver, updated all of them and I've searched and searched too no avail, but while I'm playing Dead Island (it also happens when exiting some fullscreen games and just in games in general)
I'll be playing, then all of a sudden, my screen goes black, my fan goes nuts and then my TV comes up saying No Signal, this leads me to believe my graphics card is crashing, I've installed the Hotfixes for Windows 7 again to no avail, I am at my whits end, I've tried over clocking, under clocking, manually setting my fans to max, everything and nothing seems to work, I think it could be a driver problem but I'm clueless with drivers and have no idea what the heck is going wrong, ALSO; I have absolutely no lag playing on ultra graphics, but it just goes black randomly!? I don't think my graphics card is over heating either...

This IS a fresh installation of windows 7, that is genuine...

Please help, I will be very, very grateful!
Thankyou, Jay
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