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ROG Strix 1080Ti O11G problem!

Radislav
Level 7
Hello to everyone!
I'm new in this forum, but I want to talk about issue with the Asus ROG Strix 1080Ti O11G that I have from 2-3dats and tried many thinks to fix it, and I think the problems is in card it self. Before I go to warranty I want to share thinks I do and if someone can tell me why this is happening!
I have the card from almost 2 mounts and till now I don't have any problems with it. Sunday when I play Battlefield 1 with friend I got weird problem 64782
First I think the problem is from battlefield because you know there is a ton of problems and after updates in BF1 and NVidia some thinks get fixed but still there is a problems, but I realize this issue isn't from battlefield, so I tried many thinks:
1: Change to another monitor(LG 29UM55) in this case my TV(LG 55UB850V) the problem is still
2: Change the cables I'm using HDMI for my TV and DP for monitor still the same
3: Delete the drivers with DDU(Display Driver Uninstaller) and after that I see when I don't have drivers and stay with the basic(1024x768) there was no issue like that
4: I download the last drivers from NVidia and at installation the resolution change to 2560x1080 recommended again I have the same issue
5: I put the video card in another PC(both time I use the PSU Corsair RM1000W) and again the same
6: So I go to dxdiag from start menu and I see errors 64783 and 64784
7: I go to reinstalling the Windows 10 Pro x64 that I'm using and to clean PC when install the drivers when resolution change the problem is still there
8: Again reinstalling the Windows but this time I go back to 7 still I have the issue
The Configuration I got is:
CPU: intel i7 7700k
MB: Asus TUF Mark 1
Ram: 2x16gb. G.Skull F4-3200
PSU: Corsair RM1000
HDD: M.2 Corsair Force Series MP500 120GB, SSD Transcend and WD 2Tb. HDD
The second configuration I test the GPU is:
CPU: intel i5 7600K
MB: Gigabyte GA-Z270X-Ultra Gaming
Ram: 2x8Gb. G.Skull
PSU: I use mine again
The card never been Overheated the max temperature with Valley Benchmark I get 70-72C
And when I benchmark it now with the problem I try to post video
I will be very grateful to the respondents 🙂
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Bahz
Level 13
From the description and also what you've tried, it looks like an issue with the card. You should return for exchange or RMA the card. Are you only getting this error with BF1? Have you tried using the driver from the product download page? It should be a much older driver.

Bahz wrote:
From the description and also what you've tried, it looks like an issue with the card. You should return for exchange or RMA the card. Are you only getting this error with BF1? Have you tried using the driver from the product download page? It should be a much older driver.

When I played BF1 I got the problem but is not only there! I tried to download older drivers but the problem is the same! When I install windows 10 I have to update it first because the version I have is old and can't install Drivers for video card, and when I start update older drivers have downloaded automatically, and when the resolution get changed to recommended the problem come 64785

Chino
Level 15

mdzcpa
Level 12
Those artifacts look like a hardware issue. If a fresh install does not work as suggested above, then I'd suspect a GPU issue. Have you overclocked the card? Are you using GPU Tweak?

mdzcpa wrote:
Those artifacts look like a hardware issue. If a fresh install does not work as suggested above, then I'd suspect a GPU issue. Have you overclocked the card? Are you using GPU Tweak?


No I didnt overclocked the card and yes i use Asus GPU Tweakkill but most of the time the program give me errors in particularly BF1 and stoped working, but with or w/o the program and not in the game when the GPU get a little load this issue i don't know how to call it(snowflakes) start and the screen start flashing too

Marcello_S
Level 7
Hi Radislav, after reading all your posts IMHO at 95% if you get screen artifacts, most likely is the GPU the issue itself. I know from past experiences.

cljustin
Level 8
Based on your description, it sounds like your card is defective. You should request an RMA. Also, try downclocking your card and see if you are still getting these issues.

Sorry guys I'm writing now, after a month...
I was give the card for RMA and the company from where was bayed in Bulgaria want to replace the card, but now they can't, because there is no video card in the markets and they don't have it too... So I have question is this all about those idiotic bitcoin that the whole word get crazy and start digging because they want make "money" from nothing...?
The company from where I was bayed the card can give back my money but I really don't want it because I can't buy the card from nowhere and I'm really upset 😞
I really don't have any luck at all. Every time I get issues with components and accessories for my PC no meter the price or the manufacturer from who I bayed(motherboard, graphic card, CPU, headphones.......) Thanks a lot to all of you!

Marcello_S
Level 7
I suggest you to accept the refund and use the money in the near future once the stocks will be re-supplied. At least you have your money saved.