Battlefield V Broke My Computer

Zachary_25

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Sep 26, 2016
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So I was playing battlefield V beta with my friends, I go to open OBS so I could record my gameplay. Then, I alt + tab back in after it's all set. My game promptly crashes, and gives me an error saying "my GPU has been removed" or something, so I reinstall my graphics driver and I open the game and it works. So then I try again to use OBS, and it breaks again. So I try to open the game and it opens in windowed mode (fullscreen before) and then it crashes, gives me the same error, and when I exit the error message I can move my mouse around but can't click anything. I can hear my friends on discord, but I can't click on anything and my display is frozen.

So I reinstall the driver yet again, and I open up the game. Opens in windowed mode, crashes, and I can't click anything anymore. I tried this about 3 more times and I have hard reset my PC every time, reopening the game to have my PC freeze except for my mouse.

I have no idea what is wrong because I was playing and recording for 3 hours earlier. It just randomly started to happen. If anyone has any ideas, then I would be so grateful, as I can't play without my PC being unusable. I have tried with other games like Black Ops 2, Prison, Architect (which I can only see the top right of the screen and alt enter doesn't work, not sure if it's relevant), and a few others and they all work fine.

Specs:
I7 4790
Gtx 980
32 gb ddr3 ram
 

Tolis_GR

Admirable
The game is Open Beta. It didn;t break anything. Crashes are normal since the game is not yet optimized. You didn;t have to reinstall any driver on the first place. Simply your gpu could not cope with the load at the given voltage and frequency. These problems will be fixed later. Downclock or pump some voltage to the gpu and you may be able to play the game
 

Tolis_GR

Admirable
The game is Open Beta. It didn;t break anything. Crashes are normal since the game is not yet optimized. You didn;t have to reinstall any driver on the first place. Simply your gpu could not cope with the load at the given voltage and frequency. These problems will be fixed later. Downclock or pump some voltage to the gpu and you may be able to play the game
 

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