Nvidia GTX 1070 and Realtime Raytracing in X13


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33 minutes ago, MarkMc said:

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Here is what I currently have:

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Now I am getting these yellow splotches!  

 

HELP!

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1 hour ago, parkwest said:

Now I am getting these yellow splotches!  

Quite a trick :wacko:

All I have left is see what's up by using GPU-Z. Found here

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See what the temperature is doing, occasional voltage related performance cap is normal on my 3070 

On same page is NVCleanstall which does a clean installation of Nvidia drivers (have to result the performance preference after that. Check driver version first, then have a copy of current and an older driver. I'd try rolling back one first a driver version, if no joy then a clean install of new, if still no joy well...I've got nothin.

 

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Boy! What an adventure…

 

Mark, I did the nvidia driver routine with tech support already.

 

 I am going to go back and check all the suggestions on here to make sure I didn’t overlook any.

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2 hours ago, parkwest said:

Boy! What an adventure…

 

Mark, I did the nvidia driver routine with tech support already.

 

 I am going to go back and check all the suggestions on here to make sure I didn’t overlook any.

This all points to a driver issue to me, Have you done a complete driver delete and wipe?

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37 minutes ago, Renerabbitt said:

This all points to a driver issue to me, Have you done a complete driver delete and wipe?

Here one of the steps we have taken:

 

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15 hours ago, parkwest said:

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You need to be looking at this when running a PBR- OR if this is with one running  this card is not being used by it.

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I don't know what to look at but here is what the screen shows when I went PBR on Chief... (screen shot on right)

The GPU load got as high as 98%.

 

One thing different now is Chief didn't crash after I turned the camera back to Standard mode but my second screen is still covered with green specks? (screen shot left)

Oh yeah, nvidea had another driver update this morning.  

 

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Well, I'm sure glad I only purchased a new computer with just an RTX 2060.  It's working great and I haven't seen any of those problems.

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What brand card do you have?

 

Go to the manufacture's website and look for a firmware update for your card.

 

2080ti's had speed problems with the original bios on some cards.

 

They admitted to problems with early cards too.

 

Some were fixed with a video card firmware update.

 

This looks like the same problem some people had at launch of the 2080ti.

 

Hopefully it isn't your card failing.

 

EVGA GeForce RTX Ultra 2080Ti - screen artifacts and system crashes... - EVGA Forums

 

On 6/9/2021 at 3:47 PM, parkwest said:

 

 

On 6/9/2021 at 3:47 PM, parkwest said:

Here is what I currently have:

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Now I am getting these yellow splotches!  

 

HELP!

 

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Parkwest,

I was having the same issue with the RTX2080TI.

If you have an Alienware computer with the Command Center you need to turn off the Nahimic Audio Software as this can cause various video card problems with Chief Architect.

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