Cool GTXSmookinJoeCool GTX!Nice Job Jim..You guys helped lots of peopleThanks for the kind word Joe I try to help best I can
SmookinJoeCool GTX!Nice Job Jim..You guys helped lots of people
mytai01My 3090 FTW3 Ultra Gaming seems to overheat while I'm VR gaming, and go into an unresponsive black screen on both monitor and VR headset. It never happens with monitor only.
Cool GTXmytai01My 3090 FTW3 Ultra Gaming seems to overheat while I'm VR gaming, and go into an unresponsive black screen on both monitor and VR headset. It never happens with monitor only.driver issue .. maybeMax GPU fan speed ? custom curve or stock fan curve ?are your case fans running fast enough ? is the room warm to begin with ? can you add more fans to the case? If you Want Help ... Make your own thread so the EVGA Forum Community can help you
z1nonlyGot my 3080Ti FW3 Ultra last night and played my favorite driving sim for 2 hours in VR with my HP Reverb G1. Within seconds of *exiting the game*, (less than 10 I think) I get black screen. All 3 of my monitors went black while I was at my desktop moving my GPUZ window to my main screen. Within a few seconds of that, I get my windows login screen. (Not enough time for a reboot). I log back in and find my carefully curated triple screen wallpapers all out of whack. I decide to try the sim again before doing anything else and VR is messed up. (Everything is HUGE and the menu appears to be touching my nose....re-centering my headset just puts my nose more precisely in the center of the menu) I rebooted and everything appeared to be back to normal, played for another hour and everything worked fine. Still, I just upgraded from a 3080FE that never had anything like this happen. I was running stock with the exception of the overclock BIOS for the more aggressive fan curve. And because I know power supplies get blamed for a lot of stuff: My PSU is a Corsair RM1000i and this happened while at my desktop with almost no load.
Mister E...If you're experiencing a blank screen on boot using Display Port with a 3080 Ti or 3060 than this is for you: NVIDIA Customer Care on Twitter NVIDIA Support Page