Win 10 + 1070 BSOD

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  1. quwackers

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    Been have a recurring issue of BSOD the error VIDEO_SCHEDULER_INTERNAL_ERROR.

    I have done a fair bit of googling and tried all of the suggested fixes of removing all old drivers, I even did a fresh install and it didn't help.

    Drivers are up to date, direct from NVIDIA.

    It appears to occur during intensive GPU applications (GW2 on Ultra at 3440x1440), specifically when I switch focus to a browser (Firefox) it also occurs if I attempt to open GW2 again immediately after a BSOD reboot.

    Is there any suggestions of what to do? At this point it seems to me like hardware failure rather than software...
     
  2. Partha

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    What you have described, GW2 seems to be the common application here. Does the PC crash with other games ? Is it possible that you manually overclocked your GTX 1070 to unstable limits ? Are you running any custom fan curve to cool the GPU during intense gaming ? Does your PC has any CPU overclock ? If your PC is overclocked, did you run appropriate stability tests like OCCT ? Are your monitoring your PC temps via any software, and are the temps all right for both CPU and GPU?
     
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    Are you supplying enough power? ;)
     
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    This may be the solution, I have just updated the BIOS and we will see how it goes.


    Some additional information I had not supplied was that the problem seemed to be related to heat, but I had only done some short testing. I noticed the fan wasnt running without EVGA Precision open, so I started using it without a curve and the fan on max hadn't had a BSOD since. I will go without Precision for a bit now I have updated the vBios and see how it goes. :)


    Thanks to Partha, TaroT, and Pinkeh for their suggestions if this does not work I will systematically go through yours.
     

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