monitors keep losing signal at 3080
So a little overview of what has been going on for about 3 weeks now and I have tried a lot of things to fix this problem
about 3 weeks out of the blue (as I have NEVER done before) my computer screens would lose signal from my 3080 and fans of the 3080 would go to 100% (which I have had for 7 months) every Once I play any video game, it doesn’t matter which, after about 30 minutes to about 3 hours, my monitor would lose my video card signal and not turn back on. I can still hear the game, move in the game, start and stop videos, I just can’t SEE anything.
Windows Event Viewer would say the drivers crashed and recovered (but monitors wouldn’t find the card) and after doing some google research I tried the following
- DDR used and latest drivers reinstalled
- DDR used and reinstalled specific drivers which people say fixed the issue (it didn’t fix mine)
- I changed my C drive because it was like a 12 year old hard drive and maybe it was it (it wasn’t)
- Did a clean boot of Windows 10
- bought a new power supply (my old one was 850w and some people suggested I might need a more powerful one)
- Under-clocked and under-volts my GPU
- Reinstalled my GPU
- Changing the power connector from GPU to PSU
- Did the whole command prompt system, disk, error checking
Well after getting a new power supply it worked fine for about 3 days then it started losing signal again but was still able to hear and move around in the game and pause boot videos only this time when it crashes, GPU fans don’t go 100% and windows event viewer doesn’t say drivers crash, it says this
Name of the faulty application: dwm.exe, version: 10.0.19041.746, timestamp: 0x6be51595
Name of the faulty module: KERNELBASE.dll, version: 10.0.19041.1202, timestamp: 0xc9db1934
Exception code: 0xe0464645
Fault offset: 0x00000000010be3e
Identifier of the failed process: 0x390
Faulty application start time: 0x01d7acee4298942b
Faulting application path: C: Windows system32 dwm.exe
Faulting module path: C: Windows System32 KERNELBASE.dll
Report ID: 2dccde18-3ef9-454e-b2e7-b1881ccdaf87
Full name of the failed package:
Application ID for the failed package:
say that about 3 times
so he says
Winlogon in session 1 (console) requested session termination using GPU, returned STATUS_SUCCESS status, with successful progress step.
Can someone PLEASE give me some help before I have to shell out over 900 dollars more as this is the ONLY way to get a 3080 at this point.
Published by ParkGuest, Yesterday, 9:48 p.m.