Question Geforce RTX 2060 having crashing issues while gaming

Sep 6, 2019
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A couple weeks ago i started experiencing crashing while gaming on my (bought new from newegg, 5 month old) card and i'm fairly certain its my gpu since the crashing only happens while gaming or when i stress test with Furmar. It also happens on any game, theirs no specific one.

Basically the stages of the crash are: Low fps (4-10fps) for about 10-15 sec randomly while gaming, then it will either black screen my pc and force me to reboot, or just crash the application and freeze my pc.

Also when i restart my pc from the freezing sometimes it just turns on and never gets to bios and i have to keep clicking the power button over and over until it actually boots to windows.

Any help would be appreciated i really don't wanna spend money to ship for RMA :(

Specs: GeForce RTX 2060 VENTUS 6G OC, MSI B350 Krait gaming MB, AMD Ryzen 5 1600, Crucial Ballistix Sport LT 2400mhz DDR4 (4x4GB), Corsair CX 750 (750watt) PSU,
 
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Aug 28, 2019
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Make sure your GPU has a snug fit in the motherboard, maybe take it out of your motherboard and blow out dust with canned air. Pretty sure this has nothing to do with it but no harm in trying.... And have you overclocked the GPU? Maybe turn off your overclock. If possible test the GPU on another PC (maybe a friend's or a relative's PC?) If this still happens on another PC try to RMA your card while it is still in warranty. I know this hurts (currently waiting on an RMA aswell) but it will be for the best...

i really don't wanna spend money to ship for RMA
I think you get this money back if you ask for it (well, over here I can)

Anyway, succes and I hope it gets resolved soon :)
 
Sep 6, 2019
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Make sure your GPU has a snug fit in the motherboard, maybe take it out of your motherboard and blow out dust with canned air. Pretty sure this has nothing to do with it but no harm in trying.... And have you overclocked the GPU? Maybe turn off your overclock. If possible test the GPU on another PC (maybe a friend's or a relative's PC?) If this still happens on another PC try to RMA your card while it is still in warranty. I know this hurts (currently waiting on an RMA aswell) but it will be for the best...


I think you get this money back if you ask for it (well, over here I can)

Anyway, succes and I hope it gets resolved soon :)
how would you check if gpu is overclocked? im not that techsavvy sorry lol but i do have the msi afterburner
 

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