MSI Titan GT83-6RE 1070 sli keeps freezing & restarting during gameplay..

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  1. Sup3rKillaX

    Sup3rKillaX Notebook Consultant

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    I have a gt83 titan dual 1070 sli cards 6820hk cpu, so when im gaming i just get endless errors with the nvidia drivrs followed by a crash most of the time weather i am in single sli mode or both cards on sometimes it will stay on longer at times or it will just crash right away. I have installed windows 10 fresh too with minimal drivers and issue still happens.

    I have my cards unlocked to a 175w tdp flashed with hardware flasher, all thermal pads are in contact with the vrms and memory so i dont think temp is an issue, ive even tried underclocking -100mhz on both core and memory no success.. ill include a screenshot of the error in event viewer.

    I am on latest bios E1815IMA.10A

    It seems its the same errors starting with
    nvlddmkm 14
    Followed by DistributedCom error
    Then sometimes Processor limited speed by system firmware.

    over and over... Each time a crash occures.

    I have cpu at 1.3v with 4ghz always, so its not being pushed to much at all.
    GPUs even at stock will crash. only +115% power limit. issue.PNG issue2.PNG issue3.PNG
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    Any help would be greatly appricated. I love this machine, just not sure why gpus are acting up so much.
     
  2. Danishblunt

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    So obviously first we need to check the temperatures.
    Then we need to know what power supply you have.
    Also game titles are also very useful to know.
     
  3. Sup3rKillaX

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    Wel i did mention in OP i dont think temp is an issue, as i made sure all thermal pads are in tact and i have thermal grizzly liquid metal applied, and the crash is happening like 2 seconds into a game at times, its happening tonight even with this game https://store.steampowered.com/app/755790/Ring_of_Elysium/ its a dx9 game and not even using both gpus, gpu 0 is clocked at like 1400 upon entering a game and bam it happens...

    Power supply i have is 230w x2 so 460 total for this laptop.
     
  4. Danishblunt

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    Sounds like some dying VRM's.


    What you can do is try to see if you can get through firestrike at all. You said that it does take a while to crash somtimes and other times it does it faster. If you literally cannot get through firestrike at all, it's likely your VRM's gonme bad.
     
  5. Kevin@GenTechPC

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    What if you run everything stock? BIOS, EC, and VBIOS? Would the same error occur?
     
  6. AU4U

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    I googled 'nvlddmkm 14' ... this issue has been around since 2013.
    https://www.google.ca/search?q=nvld...14&aqs=chrome..69i57&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8
    This is a driver issue, and for the most part its different for each person.
    However, the DistributedCom 10016 error points to the registry.
    https://www.google.ca/search?num=30...0....0...1..64.psy-ab..0.0.0....0.Lh7qYCs-3CI

    https://www.tenforums.com/performance-maintenance/107625-distributedcom-error.html
    https://www.tenforums.com/performan...ent-id-10010-10016-errors-distributedcom.html

    Trial and error here, Wash, Rinse, Repeat as Necessary.
    Good luck ... And I'm off to fix my backup issue.
     
    Last edited: Sep 26, 2018
  7. Kevin@GenTechPC

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    It's likely a faulty hardware that triggered software crash.
     
  8. Lumlx

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    Tried underclocking gpus? My friend has issue with his 1080ti where specific games crash drivers. He underclocked it by 100 MHz and problem is gone now.
     
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    I have the same machine you have. But everything is stock. And I have no issues at all. I play a lot of games and never had a crash... Maybe it is a hardware thing that is causing a software error like Kevin said...
     
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