SajinRiser could be the issue. I’d suggest testing without one.I also posted the following in one of your threads... https://forums.evga.com/FindPost/3060562
SajinIt's a faulty card... https://forums.evga.com/2080-Ti-XC-ULTRA-Random-crashes-in-several-games-m3063964.aspx I'm sure you'll get another 2080 at some point.
SajinIf it was a driver issue you could make the issue go away by installing a really old driver. If it's an amd agesa issue you could fix it by updating/downgrading the version. You could also test the card in another computer that isn't an amd system. I'm guessing underclocking both the core & memory to max negative clocks inside msi afterburner did nothing?
SajinCould indicate two possible issues. A faulty card, or a possible psu issue. I'm guessing your machine passes the occt power supply test though?
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SajinPsu test should run for at least 30 minutes imo. Still looking to be a card issue atm.
SajinSeriously? You shouldn’t have to do that.
SajinJust change it from 2 to 8.
Cool GTXthanks for the update every Folding WU is a different load ... max OC is usually no longer possible ... some WU are power hungry, watch your temps New WU launched last month that will push your GPU ... some posts in Folding section of Forums
SajinWas able to run the vram test for 5 minutes on my card. No issues.
SajinRan it for 18 minutes. No issues.