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Old 19-11-12, 06:37 PM
yu89 yu89 is offline
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NVIDIA Windows Kernel Mode Driver crash?

im kinda new this this kind of stuff, so im sry if all these r noob question and problem. i just build a new pc and every game i play i will get "NVIDIA Windows Kernel Mode Driver Version 306.97 has stopped working and recovered". i tried almost every recent drivers and no luck. i also tried adjusting the gpu voltage and whole bunch of things. cant seems to fix it.

i played sc2 and cs:go and they both will crash. i haven't tried install any other games yet. ill provide more specific info if needed if anyone knows whats wrong. thx in advance for the help and time.

my pc spec are:
i5 3570k
2 x 8gb G.SKILL Ripjaws X Series
ASRock Z75 Pro3 LGA 1155 Intel Z75
evga sc gtx 660 ti
wd 500gb hdd
Rosewill Stallion Series RD700
windows 7 64 bit

Can't seems to find a fix after almost a week i decided to return it. While searching around seems like it was the overclocked version gtx 660 ti thats getting this problem. im going to get another card, any suggestion?

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Old 16-12-12, 08:23 PM
crispy345 crispy345 is offline
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The 660Ti normal edition or a 670 would fit your build nicely But what do you have so much RAM for?
-You know a problem is common, when Google finishes the sentence for you.

My rig? Don't talk about it.
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Old 18-12-12, 01:51 AM
yu89 yu89 is offline
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thanks for the suggestion. already have a normal 660ti pop in and running without problem now. they were on sale when i buy the RAM. only 10 bucks more from 2 x 4gb, so why not?
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