Findiculous Posted January 10, 2019 Share Posted January 10, 2019 Evening all So im in posession of an ASUS Strix 1070-08G which was purchased second hand. This is now the second card from the same seller (the first was a 1070 Gigabyte card with the same problem). So heres the thing: During a game or even just browsing the internet, my monitors will shut off with a "no signal" error. The only fix is to restart my PC and everything goes back to normal until it inevitably happens again. I cant figure it out and I have tried all methods I could think of. Further details: When the signal stops, the RGB on the card also looks like it freezes though I am unsure if related. What I have done: Replaced the card (this problem first occurred with the Gigabyte card so I got a replacement) Re-seated the card Uninstalled all drivers (using DDU) and then reinstalled from ASUS website first (it crashed a couple of days later so I installed most up to date NVidia drivers and still crashing) Checked power cable is plugged in properly into graphics card Change display settings to reduce monitors to 1080p 60hz instead of 1080p 144hz Bought new Display adapter cables (as I thought those might be faulty) Adjusted the fan curve of card so that it starts the fan earlier and never puts the settings to "fan stop" Checked temps of card prior to failure (doesnt ever go over 55 degrees) I am now out of ideas. (It just crashed again whilst typing this forum post luckily chrome saved what i was typing). Look I need advice or just something I havent tried. If anybody out there has had a similar problem. Let me know. Im pretty desperate here to get a fix. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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