Eurocom Panther 5 - 4930K @ 4.6GHz | GTX 980M SLI 3DMark 11 P24068 http://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/9463141
Alienware M18x R2 - 3920XM @ 4.9GHz | GTX 780M SLI 3DMark 11 P17205 http://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/8291584
Alienware M18x R1 - 2920XM @ 4.9GHz | GTX 780M
Alienware 18 - 4930MX @ 4.8GHz | GTX 780M
i7-4800MQ | 16GB DDR3L 1600MHz | GTX 780M SLI | 128GB Plextor M6M SSD | Samsung PM841 512GB SSD | 1TB 7200RPM HGST HDD | Intel 7260ac | 120Hz Matte screen
Alienware 17 R1 (2013)
Intel Core i7 4700MQ (w/ Gelid Extreme) | Corsair Vengeance 24GB DDR3L 1600MHz RAM | Crucial M550 256GB MSATA SSD | Samsung 850 Pro 256GB + 512GB SSD | NVIDIA Geforce GTX 980M 8GB (1260/5600 @ 1.075v w/ Gelid Extreme + Prema vBIOS v2.0) | 17.3" WLED (1080p 120Hz) | Windows 10 x64 | 330W PSU
Sc12 said:Hi guys,
I've read a lot about win 10 and nvidia problems but looks like mine situation is kind of diffrent and i coouldnt find solution. I read about black screen problems after win 10 installation etc bit my problems occur some hours after work.
I got dell alienware 17 geforce gtx 770m. I got also tv connected as extended screen. I did clean install with partition format after upgrade also. I installed latest mvidia drivers with geforce experience package. All windows updates are up to date to
Everything works fine, no issues. I can watch movie and for 3 hours all is good but suddenly my screen goes black, only that cursor is visible and it looks like pc crash. I was able to go ctrl alt del once and logoff and login back and was fine but yesterday i couldnt do anything. I do all my work on pc and its impossible for me to work now as this crash might happen wvery moment. Whole installation process was fine.
Can anyone help with it please? I read that there were problems with drivers and automatic updates after release but i got all updated to latast including 353.62 nvidia drivers
Alienware 17 R3 GTX 980M (internal GPU)
Storage: 4*512GB SSD
Display: Samsung UE55JU7500 (55 inches 4096x2160 capable display , 3840x2160 native resolution @ chroma 4:4:4 over HDMI 2.0)
Alienware Graphics Amplifier + GTX1080 connected to the above configuration (external GPU)
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