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Abhinav2005

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Putting your PSU with your system is like a ticking time bomb. Its only a matter of time. High end parts need better power than just an almost unknown PSU. I couldn't find any reviews for it from any sites I would trust. Thats normally a bad sign.
Actually you was correct. I have got BSOD SYSTEM_SERVICE_EXCEPTION (3b).
I have recently got BSOD but it did not showed blue screen at all. Today when i opened Bluescreenview I saw 2 BSOD. Now the Question is why i do not get bluescreen? I there any Settings related to BSOD? I have got BSOD 1 day and 2 day ago. I was trying to boot my PC and it was not booting(i dont know that i was getting bsod that time). so in order to boot my PC i have to restart it several times.
ANYWAYS both Minidump file.
 

Colif

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It is hard to say until you replace it. PSU can cause all sorts of odd problems.

I assumed you had replaced PSU and these errors were with the new one... until its replaced, I don't know if looking at dumps will help but I have sent link to Gardenman anyway.
 

Abhinav2005

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It is hard to say until you replace it. PSU can cause all sorts of odd problems.

I assumed you had replaced PSU and these errors were with the new one... until its replaced, I don't know if looking at dumps will help but I have sent link to Gardenman anyway.
Ok I will replace and test and report after I get a new PSU.
And as I saw windows kernel and Nvidia driver both caused the BSoD.
 

Colif

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You would think the latest Nvidia drivers could work with a RTX 2080. They are suspect with any other card. but not a lot of choice at the pointy end of the field. It could be a power issue too.
 

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