aka_STEVE_btry all this stuff for starters -->
SajinAre all of your dp cables vesa certified?
SajinDoes setting power management mode inside the nvidia control panel to prefer max performance, and then rebooting the pc help the issue at all?
cbrennfoerderSajinDoes setting power management mode inside the nvidia control panel to prefer max performance, and then rebooting the pc help the issue at all?Unfortunately, it did not. Still having the issue. Based on other posts, It looks like I am not the only one though that is having an issue.
SajinSwitching psu cables around most likely won’t do anything as I believe your psu is a single rail unit correct?
kougarCould be an issue with Precision itself. You guys uninstalled Precision and tried MSI Afterburner instead?
cbrennfoerderI have still been unable to solve this issue. This is what I am seeing in Hardware Monitor after the screens go black and come back. Power limit, Reliable Voltage Limit and Operational Voltage Limit are triggering. But max power draw was only 149 watts...
ianmck_16Exact same issue here. I’ve raised a ticket with EVGA for a potential card RMA. What’s weird is I tried a different motherboard and got the same issue, but a fresh OS install followed by installing older drivers (457.51) fixed the issue.. but moving back to my (bad?) motherboard - asus tuf gaming z490-plus - I get the error every time I boot evga precision x1, old driver or new. And consistent game crashes, monitor flickers / black outs when booting sometimes. It all sounds power related but someone mentioned replacing psu didn’t help which makes me question.