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Blue screen in P3DV4.4

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Hmm, after a while (5 minutes ?)sitting in LOWI by ORBX and after a 30 minute flying time the screen just turn blue.

I can see information on top but nothing happens . If i reload with another time of day everything is back to normal.

GPU load is about 40% and VRAM about 5230mb so ?

Anyone else who has experience this ?

417.01 driver and GTX1080ti

 

(btw alot of W10 update lately - also the blue screen has same colour as some W10 backgrounds)

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Michael Moe

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13 minutes ago, Michael Moe said:

Hmm, after a while (5 minutes ?)sitting in LOWI by ORBX and after a 30 minute flying time the screen just turn blue.

I can see information on top but nothing happens . If i reload with another time of day everything is back to normal.

GPU load is about 40% and VRAM about 5230mb so ?

Anyone else who has experience this ?

417.01 driver and GTX1080ti

 

(btw alot of W10 update lately - also the blue screen has same colour as some W10 backgrounds)

Thanks

Michael Moe

Can you check the GPU temps? Sounds like video artifacts...

Simbol 

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58 minutes ago, simbol said:

Can you check the GPU temps? Sounds like video artifacts...

Simbol 

Sure but temps are fine around 60c

Just did a night flight from same stint with absolute no issues after that reload i mentioned.

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Michael Moe

 


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20 minutes ago, Michael Moe said:

Sure but temps are fine around 60c

Just did a night flight from same stint with absolute no issues after that reload i mentioned.

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Michael Moe

 

Ok, another possibility is your video cable connection, check it is securely attached.

Check also the video card is actually properly sited on the video socket.

S.

 

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21 minutes ago, simbol said:

Ok, another possibility is your video cable connection, check it is securely attached.

Check also the video card is actually properly sited on the video socket.

S.

 

Thanks but its W10 somehow

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48 minutes ago, zwenna said:

Do you work with vsync on at 30hz?

No but 25hz. Why? 

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Had a bluescreen too today. CPU could not hold the 30hz vsync. I also changed the driver.

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9 hours ago, zwenna said:

Had a bluescreen too today. CPU could not hold the 30hz vsync. I also changed the driver.

Same Bluescreen inside P3D ? Gotta update the driver then

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I went  back to driver 397.93 but no test yet. Had good experience with that driver but on 4.3 and with a 1060. Now I have a 1080ti and 4.4. Will see.

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