My Opinion is no more important or right than yours. But if your using the LATEST drivers, go back to the prior set.
Piss Poor tech support blame all issues on drivers and assumes that your an idiot. Find a set that you know worked and see if the problem exists still.
""Don't f with it if it ain't broken!""
Constantly updating drivers is a good way to F'up the whole system.
1) open your Registry editor
2) go to the key : HKLMSystemCurrentControlSetControlGraphicsDrivers
3) highlight it then right click on this key
4) Add DWORD TdrDelay
5) Set value of TdrDelay to the number of seconds you allow your GPU to run with no feedback to the system (ie Timeout watchdog..)
personally I've set this value to 8 seconds (from the default 2s) so that it leaves plenty of time to the GPU to perform overcomplicated computing intensive kernel without having Vista considering a fault and hence "recovering the device"
zachska87 said:I am having this exact same issue, my GTX460 works perfectly find. I called EVGA tech support and they said that the most likely cause is a bad power supply as the 660ti is apparently much more sensitive to small voltage fluctuations than other cards. I'm getting my new power supply today to test and I'll update this to let everyone know if it helped.
But it's literally the same issue, down to about 1 1/2 minutes per game before a crash.
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