9800GT Problems
Hello,

Since 2 days ago , my 9800GT is always doing the BSOD while i'm trying to open any kind of video. Even when I reflashed the bios to the original one , it is still doing this error.

My current clock on it is :
- GPU : 700Mhz
- Memory : 1000Mhz
- Shader : 1750

I am using Windows 7 Ultimate x64 on a M2N-SLI Deluxe motherboard.

The real name of the video card is : BFG GeForce 9800GT 512mb (this one was known to be overheating but mine is heating in-game normaly at 35C due to the modded fan I added to it)

Any help would be nice :)

Thanks.
Hello,



Since 2 days ago , my 9800GT is always doing the BSOD while i'm trying to open any kind of video. Even when I reflashed the bios to the original one , it is still doing this error.



My current clock on it is :

- GPU : 700Mhz

- Memory : 1000Mhz

- Shader : 1750



I am using Windows 7 Ultimate x64 on a M2N-SLI Deluxe motherboard.



The real name of the video card is : BFG GeForce 9800GT 512mb (this one was known to be overheating but mine is heating in-game normaly at 35C due to the modded fan I added to it)



Any help would be nice :)



Thanks.

#1
Posted 02/24/2012 12:30 AM   
[quote name='God601' date='23 February 2012 - 04:30 PM' timestamp='1330043405' post='1374122']
Hello,

Since 2 days ago , my 9800GT is always doing the BSOD while i'm trying to open any kind of video. Even when I reflashed the bios to the original one , it is still doing this error.

My current clock on it is :
- GPU : 700Mhz
- Memory : 1000Mhz
- Shader : 1750

I am using Windows 7 Ultimate x64 on a M2N-SLI Deluxe motherboard.

The real name of the video card is : BFG GeForce 9800GT 512mb (this one was known to be overheating but mine is heating in-game normaly at 35C due to the modded fan I added to it)

Any help would be nice :)

Thanks.
[/quote]
What does the BSOD point to? When system BSOD, it typically tells your what driver may be responsible for the crash.

35C appears to be on the high side. I wouldn't be surprise if the crash is caused by overheating. I'd check the system ventilation and see if you can make any improvement in this area.

Is your card overclocked?
[quote name='God601' date='23 February 2012 - 04:30 PM' timestamp='1330043405' post='1374122']

Hello,



Since 2 days ago , my 9800GT is always doing the BSOD while i'm trying to open any kind of video. Even when I reflashed the bios to the original one , it is still doing this error.



My current clock on it is :

- GPU : 700Mhz

- Memory : 1000Mhz

- Shader : 1750



I am using Windows 7 Ultimate x64 on a M2N-SLI Deluxe motherboard.



The real name of the video card is : BFG GeForce 9800GT 512mb (this one was known to be overheating but mine is heating in-game normaly at 35C due to the modded fan I added to it)



Any help would be nice :)



Thanks.



What does the BSOD point to? When system BSOD, it typically tells your what driver may be responsible for the crash.



35C appears to be on the high side. I wouldn't be surprise if the crash is caused by overheating. I'd check the system ventilation and see if you can make any improvement in this area.



Is your card overclocked?

NVIDIA Techical Support

#2
Posted 02/24/2012 01:34 AM   
[quote name='GeforceDave' date='24 February 2012 - 01:34 AM' timestamp='1330047267' post='1374146']
What does the BSOD point to? When system BSOD, it typically tells your what driver may be responsible for the crash.

35C appears to be on the high side. I wouldn't be surprise if the crash is caused by overheating. I'd check the system ventilation and see if you can make any improvement in this area.

Is your card overclocked?
[/quote]

35 Degree Celcius isn't that high because I already had a video card that heated at 110C and it still work.

I think my card is still overclocked but I restored his original bios.. on GPU-Z , it tells me that all clock are excedding the maximum (every red bars are at their maximum)

So you said that maybe the drivers could be the problem? (In the BSOD , it was writed one of the nvidia drivers, that's for sure i saw it)
should i reinstall them ?
[quote name='GeforceDave' date='24 February 2012 - 01:34 AM' timestamp='1330047267' post='1374146']

What does the BSOD point to? When system BSOD, it typically tells your what driver may be responsible for the crash.



35C appears to be on the high side. I wouldn't be surprise if the crash is caused by overheating. I'd check the system ventilation and see if you can make any improvement in this area.



Is your card overclocked?





35 Degree Celcius isn't that high because I already had a video card that heated at 110C and it still work.



I think my card is still overclocked but I restored his original bios.. on GPU-Z , it tells me that all clock are excedding the maximum (every red bars are at their maximum)



So you said that maybe the drivers could be the problem? (In the BSOD , it was writed one of the nvidia drivers, that's for sure i saw it)

should i reinstall them ?

#3
Posted 02/24/2012 02:12 AM   
Reference Clocks:

Core: 600MHz
Shader: 1500MHz
Memory: 900MHz

I use MSI Afterburner to adjust my clock settings, but I'm not sure if the utility will run on another brand Graphics Board.

You can try and set the clocks to reference, unless someone can suggest another utility.

Also my card came factory OC and is still below your clocks:

Core: 660MHz
Shader: 1625MHz
Memory: 950MHz

All I can suggest is to use a ulitity to get back down to reference.
Reference Clocks:



Core: 600MHz

Shader: 1500MHz

Memory: 900MHz



I use MSI Afterburner to adjust my clock settings, but I'm not sure if the utility will run on another brand Graphics Board.



You can try and set the clocks to reference, unless someone can suggest another utility.



Also my card came factory OC and is still below your clocks:



Core: 660MHz

Shader: 1625MHz

Memory: 950MHz



All I can suggest is to use a ulitity to get back down to reference.

MSI 990FXA-GD80V2 BIOS v13.5
AMD FX-4350 4.2GHz (4.3GHz Boost)
16GB Corsair Vengeance DDR3 (9-9-9-24)
MSI GeForce GTX 660 Ti 2GB Power Edition [Driver (334.89)]
HDD(0): Samsung 840 Pro 128GB SSD
HDD(1): Seagate ST950042-4AS (500GB SATA)
HDD(2): WDC WD50 00AAKX-001CA (500GB SATA)
HDD(3): WDC WD50 00AAKX-001CA (500GB SATA)
HDD(4): WDC WD3200AAKS-00G3A (320GB SATA)
LG Blu-Ray/DVDRW
Audio: RealtekĀ® ALC892
Corsair HX750 PSU
Windows 8.1 Pro x64

#4
Posted 03/06/2012 07:34 AM   
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