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13900K - whea Translation Lookaside Buffer Error and out of video memory error

lpiotrowski211
Level 7

Hi. PC:
13900K stock
2x16 GB DDR5 GSKILL 6800
Rtx 4090 Gigabyte Gaming
Aorus Elite Z790 AX
SSD KINGSTON 2TB
Seasonic 1300W PX ATX 3.0 PCIE 5.
win 11

 

 

 

Each new install of nvidia drivers, and launching Remnant 2 ( the same UE5 engine like Lords OTF ),then on first launch ,during shader compilating it throws OUT OF VIDEO MEMORY and it can BSOD. Next launches are fine.Just on first launch of the game, during compiling shaders.
The same thing happened on game Lords of The Fallen. And next launches are fine.

But like i said it will bsod again if i install new drivers and launch game for first time.

Also found ,Wheas 19 logger warnings/entries in moment when shader was compiling. Nothing more

Here are entries:

That one WHEA 19:
Corrected Machine Check
Translation Lookaside Buffer Error

And that one: WHEA 19:

Corrected
Internal Parity Error

 

Also. I tested by Karhu Ram test no errors. Cinebench R23 passing. Games are stable. Prime95 Small FT stable no errors.

 

But should i rma cpu or ram?

 

 

 

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Jiaszzz_ROG
Customer Service Agent

Hello, @lpiotrowski211 
May I inquire about which specific product from ASUS you are currently experiencing this issue with?
As we are the ASUS ROG official forum, based on the specifications you have provided, we would recommend that you contact the customer support of the relevant hardware for further assistance.

Thank you.

lpiotrowski211
Level 7

So i dont have any issues overall with stability. Just when i launch on new installed driver on first time Shader Compiling in games: Remnant 2 and Lords of the Fallen. Then is chanse when i will be have bsod or it will crash and event logs pops up Whea 19 etc.
On second try and again its fine. Just on first try after updated drivers. I dont know if this is faulty cpu or just what?
I dont have any crashing in games etc.

 

Hello, @lpiotrowski211 

We suggest you reach out to the respective manufacturer's customer service for further assistance. 

Thank you.