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Rule #6 The following will be removed at moderator discretion: 6.1: Content that is unrelated, especially unoriginal, or low-effort/low-quality (including simple website/software bugs, steam/product reviews, steam gift messages and internet speed by Nick969 / December 6, 2013 6:50 AM PST In reply to: That's a very power hungry card. If it is memory, well it could be the memory in your slots, GPU memory, CPU memory, Mobo memory.. Join the community here. http://codecreview.com/computer-crash/computer-crash-vertical-lines.html

I've given up on it, then put it back in and had it work fine for 3 days straight! At the office we use Watt meters and an Oscilloscope when we want to see if a PSU is not clean. if this doesnt work. Well I guess you should wait for someone with more knowledge about the subject. http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-2266699/amd-vertical-lines-crash.html

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im buying an new videocard. EDIT: I don't really know what to set it to, I got 2500MHz, 2100, and 800MHz. Also, there are third party utitilities that can read the temperature sensors of tour cpu and gpu and log those. (Asus has one, but there are many alterrnatives) This could help Originally Posted by Sqaurehead Draenei Warlocks would be like the Vatican electing a known Satanist who openly practice satanism as pope.

My troubleshooting has just begun, but don't expect a quick and easy fix. EDIT: how can you not set it less than 3300 MHz? Thats why I had him wipe all the drivers which should be done anyway when swapping card manufactures. Memtest86 Privacy statement  © 2017 Microsoft.

Please avoid posting keys in plain text or on images. Pc Freeze Vertical Lines Terms of Use Privacy Policy Licensing Advertise International Editions: US / UK India Remember Me? Another problem I've meet is this "Display driver has stopped responding and has recovered" when I am trying to stream with Xsplit. I've also seen that it may be a problem with overclocking but the thing is that I haven't overclocked it so I don't know how to fix this since I am

Even if you do a giveaway, you can not directly promote a specific giveaway happening elsewhere. Ram Test I know I have a couple of quite old hard drives installed also. Reply With Quote 2012-08-03,01:53 AM #2 n0cturnal View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message View Started Threads Scarab Lord Join Date Sep 2008 Posts 4,559 Is your card factory overclocked? and also as I suggested before: use a large tabletop fan pointed at you opened computer case and play the game that always crashes your computer.

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Ask a Question See Latest Posts TechSpot Forums are dedicated to computer enthusiasts and power users. http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/computer-crash-vertical-lines-appear.78906/ permalinkembedsaveparentgive gold[–]d_mouse818320 @ 4.8, 16GB DDR3 2400, 7970 1 point2 points3 points 1 year ago(0 children)Try cleaning up the drivers with DDU and installing the 15.3 Beta drivers, that may help. Computer Crash Horizontal Lines Tried reinstalling graphic card drivers, tried new ones, old ones (of course I did it with DDU), nothing helped so I decided to RMA the whole computer. Computer Screen Freezes With Horizontal Lines Giveaways shouldn't last an absurd amount of time, nor should they be absurdly difficult to enter or win.

Oh me so nooby. http://codecreview.com/computer-crash/computer-crash-help.html You don't necessarily need a PC to be a member of the PCMR. Sometimes its would just freeze with nothing happening on screen and then other times with vertical lines of random colors. GPU temp should stay under around 70c & VRM's under around 90c for a 7900 series card permalinkembedsavegive gold[–]davemaster 0 points1 point2 points 1 year ago*(0 children)I am having this issue and I Multi Colored Screen Of Death

Reply With Quote 2012-08-03,09:17 PM #11 Drekmen View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message View Started Threads Pandaren Monk Join Date Dec 2010 Posts 1,769 overclocking your card to 3300 MHz We will not tolerate any kind of incitement to action against anyone, nor will we allow the posting of information that can be used to harm others (celebrities or not). Join Date Aug 2009 Location Washington Posts 5,268 For the sake of narrowing down things I would uninstall AMD CCC and drivers via add/remove programs, install this, boot windows into safemode http://codecreview.com/computer-crash/computer-crash-hjt-log-please.html Replaced graphic card drivers and installed the newest ones, crashes after that didn't occur at all.

so I don't want to change stuff around just like that. Catalyst Control Center No soft begging. Crash to blank screen with vertical lines Vertical lines then crash solved GPU (i think) - Computer crashes and visually displays colored vertical lines Tom's Hardware Around the World Tom's Hardware

But when I checked up on "CPU-Energy" I could change it easily, mistake by me.

Yes, but its not limited to. Please refer to our CNET Forums policies for details. The problem is, it worked fine for about 3 weeks and this started happening again, though it wouldn't happen on desktop as much, I've had the pc for about a month Amd Drivers making the card overclock itself or something like that...

I found that turning the computer off at the PSU at overnight seemed (a guess, might be luck) to help, which is something that does tend to suggest transistor faults as If you choose to participate, the online survey will be presented to you when you leave the Technet Web site.Would you like to participate? It's not about the hardware in your rig, but the software in your heart! Check This Out My battlestation was packed up, and parts of it sold off as I became homeless and later struggled to survive in a house with 12 room mates.

Need HELP getting an AMD RX 480 working, ( Vertical Lines and Crashing Blue Screen ) More resources Tom's Hardware Around the World Tom's Hardware Around the World Denmark Norway Finland No crashes at all with Quake Live now, nor on desktop or anywhere else...Should I RMA this computer as well? If it crashes again, check the log file and see if anything is over heating, etc. If you start it, someone must win it.

Then I underclocked memory frequency from 1125 to 1000mhz, left the gpu clock at 925 which was default anyways and haven't had a single crash yet, anywhere... My network card on PCI-E has been acting funny and even regular PCI slot on an alternative network card. Join Date Dec 2008 Posts 1,724 The screen with the vertical lines normally happens if you've set the GPU-VRAM too high. Shipping fees must be entirely financed by the user doing the giveaway (limiting the winner's location is allowed).

Reply With Quote 2012-08-03,10:08 PM #18 Vetali View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message View Started Threads I am Murloc! It's hard to tell as the board has "gold caps" where usually you could see if they've popped.That would be relatively straightforward to fix.. Get the answer Ask a new question Read More Graphics Cards Crash Graphics Tom's Hardware Around the World Tom's Hardware Around the World Denmark Norway Finland Russia France Turkey Germany UK I dont hear any unusual sounds or anything when this happens also.