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Old 05-08-12, 03:59 AM Thread Starter   #1
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Kernl Problem in Gigabyte GTX 560 Ti SOC


Hello to all of you,
I have a Gigabyte GTX 560 ti soc graphics card and for some reason it's doing me a lot of problem. which means that I get a lot of messages that the kernel of my driver has recovered. I've tryd diffrent drivers and still the problem is continues.
Does anybody have an idea?
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If you mean the "driver has recovered" error in Windows, it seems to be a issue related to card speeds and drivers, mainly when the card is switching between it's different power modes (usually from its lowest power state, to its mid state). Other then trying other drivers (which you say you have done), trying lowering the clock speed or bump up the voltage a little.

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Old 05-08-12, 05:09 AM Thread Starter   #3
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The speed is on automatic state so the computer do it for me, can you explain me how to bump up the voltage?
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DL and install a program called msi afterburner. You can change it from inside there very easily.
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done that, didn't helped much
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Old 05-10-12, 12:04 PM   #6
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If you are not overclocking, the card may be defective.

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done that, didn't helped much
You did that in less than a minute.. impressive.

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