msi gtx 660 problem

mouadovsk0fcb0279

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hello my freind i have msi gtx 660 on my msi z87-g45 and evreything work fine, so after a while my cpu pins is heavy damaged so i change the motherboard to asus b85m-g, now after changing the motherboard , i get many gpu problem and issues , most of time when playing game the game crash and pc restart, the screen freeze all the time , i hope you can help guys , and sorry for my bad english , thank you anyway.. btw i have win 10 pro x64 and i get message when in boot menu " The VGA card is not supported by UEFI driver". gpu driver is up to date and bios also is up to date...
my pc specif if needed:


A vendre pc gamer:
Intel® Core™ i5 4670K
Motherboard asus b85m-g
MSI GeForce GTX 660 Twin Frozr OC GAMING
DDR3 8 go (1600 MHz)
HDD 2 To Sata II / 7200 tpm
PSU Be Quiet Pure Power L8 CF 500W, certifiée 80+ Bronze
 
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mouadovsk0fcb0279

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Set bios to CSM like that
Best bet it to ask ASUS
actually , for 2 days now the gpu work perfectly after i increase fan speed with msi afterburner and temperature is less than 70 , but yesterday when i was playing i get again the blue screen with "Video TDR Failure (NVLDDMKM.SYS) " don't know why ... just wanna ask you wich port must i use dvi or display port? and if i flash the bios now to make it uefi driver, it garanti 100% that the gpu will work perfectly after i flash it ??
 

Alan J T

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Displayport would be best option to use.

As to doing A bios flash I could not say, do not even know if there is a UEFI V-bios for that GPU.
Had a bit of a search and it appears there is one and MSI may have a copy. But you would have to Verify with them if it will work for you GPU due to the way MSI do the V-BIOS.
Apparently each Batch of GPU manufactured may have a slightly different V-Bios Version made just for that batch.
>>How to contact MSI.<<
There is never a 100% guaranty the GPU will work better after a V-bios flash it could end up worse.
 

mouadovsk0fcb0279

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Displayport would be best option to use.

As to doing A bios flash I could not say, do not even know if there is a UEFI V-bios for that GPU.
Had a bit of a search and it appears there is one and MSI may have a copy. But you would have to Verify with them if it will work for you GPU due to the way MSI do the V-BIOS.
Apparently each Batch of GPU manufactured may have a slightly different V-Bios Version made just for that batch.
>>How to contact MSI.<<
There is never a 100% guaranty the GPU will work better after a V-bios flash it could end up worse.
what do you think about this 2 vga bio ??

https://www.techpowerup.com/vgabios/159104/msi-gtx660-2048-130912-1

https://www.techpowerup.com/vgabios/214480/214480
 

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Why you think its gpu and not something else?
Can you test the GPU in another PC?
 

Alan J T

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actually , for 2 days now the gpu work perfectly after i increase fan speed with msi afterburner and temperature is less than 70 , but yesterday when i was playing i get again the blue screen with "Video TDR Failure (NVLDDMKM.SYS) " don't know why ... just wanna ask you wich port must i use dvi or display port? and if i flash the bios now to make it uefi driver, it garanti 100% that the gpu will work perfectly after i flash it ??
Thermal limit on that model GPU is 97c
If you use GPU-Z ad set it to logging you will be able to check what you max temps were when it blue screens as well as power and perhaps voltage and fans speeds.
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