01-06-2023 03:13 AM
01-06-2023 02:07 PM
01-07-2023 03:57 AM
yes me too with my 4090 strix OC.when PC is idle mobitor will go black and come back with nvdia driver error.forums and reddit is full of these reports bus ASUS doing **** about that.when i select prefer max performance in nvidia control panal then no black screen at idle and all is perfect.look this :
01-08-2023 01:48 PM
First of all, may thanks kayawish24 for your answer and to show me "we are not alone" with this problem.
I've made all the changes that i've readed on forums but i think that is a massive hardware/software problem in all the 4090 series (not only in ASUS, ZOTAC or MSI have the same problem). The "most plaussible issue" it's that the new drivers or the latests BIOS, uses very, very low voltage on idle (as low as the gpu stops and their fans, the GPU stops to protect "itself" from heat and restarts in a "hard desperate reset or 100% boost of their fans in the reboot to try to cold the circuit for any possible damage caused by the supposed heat".
Another curious thing is that these issues, happens or have been going on for about 4 or 5 weeks... previously, or at least the first and second month the situation was completely stable.
I don't understand why ASUS, NVIIDIA and the other companies are not making a a joint statement and an investigation... it's very expensive hardware and i think that customers are not being "catered fairly".
Hey ASUS ADMINS or MODERATORS, could you help us to give this problem to the engineers?, i think that there will be a lot of unnecessary RMAs because the voltage curve or something had changed during last months.
01-09-2023 01:02 PM
As i said in another thread regarding the idle black screen enabling the performance mode means always having the card with maximum voltages and frequencies.
That's why it works.
The defective chip fails to be stable under the low voltage of the idle state.
It's a workaround that shouldn't exist on a 2600 euro card.
It has to work perfectly out of the box.
The only solution is to RMA the card.
I had the same problem as you and wasted my time and money trying to fix it.
I sent the card to ASUS for assistance and they recognized the problem immediately without batting an eye.
They refunded me because they didn't have stock to replace.
If you want I have the serial number of the defective card that can prove it.
I bought another 4090 Strix and it works perfectly.
Sadly there will be no magic drivers or special bios to fix a problem caused by a bad chip.
The card must work with all the drivers otherwise every update you have to rely on providence.
01-09-2023 11:53 PM
i'm agree with you... but i want to try the latest Drivers/BIOS and if causes any problems i'll make the RMA... the only thing that concerns is... it would be happen again two months after with the new card?... why now and massive?... the same circunstance that explains a hadrware error, explain a human's software error... I'll try this week only and keep you updated
01-16-2023 08:04 AM
In my case the black screen in idle showed up right away.
The card has never worked well.
As soon as I ran it on freshly installed windows 11 it started crashing.
The new one works perfectly.
I advise you not to waste time and have it replaced, no driver or bios can fix a faulty chip.
01-07-2023 02:22 PM
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01-19-2023 08:37 AM
SOLVED!, uninstalling ICUE. That's my problem, i don't know how affects to my ASUS 4090 the Corsair software but i've uninstalled and everything is fine now. No restarts with the card overcvlocked latest 24h...