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#1 Tampepunch

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Posted 28 July 2018 - 12:56 PM

Hello everyone! I have a task (Read, PROBLEM) for you all that like to figure things out and exercise your minds!
 
Firstly, here's some information about my new PC that i got like a few days ago;
 
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Specs Description;
 
CPU;
Caption: Intel64 Family 6 Model 158 Stepping 9
Name: Intel® Core™ i7-7700k CPU @4.20GHz
 
RAM;
Type: DDR4
Module Size: 4096 MB
MaxBandwidth: 2133 MHz
Manufacturer: Corsair
(It's a Corsair Value Select 4GB 2133MHz stick)
 
Motherboard;
Product: Asus Maximus IX Formula
Version: Rev 1.xx
 
BIOS;
Caption: 03/14/2018
Version: 1301
 
SSD;
Samsung 850 EVO (SATA Port 1)
 
HDD;
5 HDD's (SATA Ports 2-6)
 
PSU;
Corsair RM750 (750 Watts)
 
OS;
Windows 10 Pro 64x
Version: 1803
OS Build: 17134.191
 
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And here comes the tricky part!;
 
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Trouble Description:
            98% of the time (After a re-boot): Everything is fine and dandy on logon screen, i can have the computer running for hours without problem. But as soon as i log in, it takes about 10-15 seconds and then i get a BSOD.
 
            2% of the time (After a re-boot): It does not crash upon logging in, but when opening a program the computer freezes for about a few milli seconds (still noticable even though really short period of time), and random framedrops in every application that is heavilly dependant on GPU.
 
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The *Trouble Description* only applies when the *Specs Description* is paired with a Asus ROG Strix GTX 1080 (Only when drivers are installed for the GPU. If no drivers are installed, the computer doesn't crash, rather it's the 2% option of the *Trouble Description* that applies in the (No drivers for GPU installed) scenario).
 
 
And i have re-installed Windows several times, I've re-formated and run chkdsk on the USB drive (Used for installation) and downloaded a fresh copy of Windows at every re-install. So re-installing Windows is not even a good suggestion at this time.
And all of this would indicate that there might be something wrong with the GTX 1080 GPU, right? Wrong. Because when i put the Asus ROG Strix GTX 1080 in my old computer, everything works perfectly. It does not matter what i do, no lag, no hickups, no crashes, no nothing occurs.
So surely there must be something wrong with the Maximus IX Formula motherboard, right? Wrong. Because when i put in my old AMD XFX R7800 Series GPU in my new computer everything works perfectly.
 
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So what might the problem be? I have tried everything, I've cleared the CMOS aswell, no luck.
 
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Here is the specs of my old computer (The one that runs the 1080 flawlessly);
 
CPU;
Intel® Core™ i5 CPU 760 @2.80GHz
 
RAM;
12 GB of Corsair DDR3 (can't remember the speed)
 
Motherboard;
Gigabyte
Model: P55-USB3
 
BIOS;
Version/Date: Award Software International, Inc. F9, 2010-11-01
BIOS Mode: Legacy
 
SSD;
Kingston 120 GB
 
PSU;
Antec 620 Watts
 
OS;
Windows 10 Pro 64x
Version: 1803
OS Build: 17134.191


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#2 mikey11

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Posted 28 July 2018 - 03:08 PM

 

 
 
Firstly, here's some information about my new PC that i got like a few days ago;
 

 

 

 

 

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