RTX 4070 SUPER When launching games, it throws it on the desktop, giving various errors depending on the game that was launched. Problems logging into

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It was possible to enter some games, but after 5 minutes the game crashes to the desktop or even reboots the computer. (Is there a video)

After starting the game Alan Wake 2 an error pops up (Photo available)
“Due to a graphics processing unit (GPU) failure, the game will close. Your progress is saved at the last checkpoint. Restart the game to continue from the last checkpoint. If GPU crashes occur frequently, try the following: 1. Update your graphics card driver to the latest version available; 2. Disable GPU clock boost/underclocking; 3. Close any programs that may be using GPU memory. If the issue persists, please report the issue on the Epic Games Player Support page for Alan Wake."

After starting the game Cyberpunk 2077, a loading icon appears and the “intro” starts, and after that the PC reboots or goes to the desktop

“Stress Tests” were carried out in different programs such as “Furemark, MSI Kombusor, AIDA 64, MSI Afterbutner” and no problems were found.

Video driver “551.23” was installed “cleanly” to the latest version.

Windows 11pro was reinstalled (didn't help either)
Tried to enable/disable XMP profile (didn't help)

The BIOS of the “MSI Z790 CARBON WI-FI” motherboard has been updated
 

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It was possible to enter some games, but after 5 minutes the game crashes to the desktop or even reboots the computer. (Is there a video)

After starting the game Alan Wake 2 an error pops up (Photo available)
“Due to a graphics processing unit (GPU) failure, the game will close. Your progress is saved at the last checkpoint. Restart the game to continue from the last checkpoint. If GPU crashes occur frequently, try the following: 1. Update your graphics card driver to the latest version available; 2. Disable GPU clock boost/underclocking; 3. Close any programs that may be using GPU memory. If the issue persists, please report the issue on the Epic Games Player Support page for Alan Wake."

After starting the game Cyberpunk 2077, a loading icon appears and the “intro” starts, and after that the PC reboots or goes to the desktop

“Stress Tests” were carried out in different programs such as “Furemark, MSI Kombusor, AIDA 64, MSI Afterbutner” and no problems were found.

Video driver “551.23” was installed “cleanly” to the latest version.

Windows 11pro was reinstalled (didn't help either)
Tried to enable/disable XMP profile (didn't help)

The BIOS of the “MSI Z790 CARBON WI-FI” motherboard has been updated
Disable the Overclock that is the cause should be a max of 2600 or so

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Disable the Overclock that is the cause should be a max of 2600 or so

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Not sure why you say this. Cards ALWAYS end up with a higher clock than stated on the "box". Been using Nvidia cards for 8 years and always been this way with factory overclocked cards, no matter the brand. I just recently bought an MSI 4070 Super Gaming Slim X and out of the box it goes to 2820. Used auto-overclock feature in MSI afterburner and it set the max clock at 2985, which it hits while gaming (without crashing). OP may not have touched his clock speeds at all (although that is QUITE high for out of the box - that would be a really good sample).

Anyway, this happens with EVERY brand, both Nvidia and AMD, for factory-overclocked cards. I've never once come across a card that actually only boosted to what the spec sheet said. If I did, I would immediately start looking to exchange/return for a new one (because, from all I can tell, that seems to mean you got the bottom-of-the-barrel in terms of gpu quality for that specific card - you LOST the silicon lottery, lol).

EDIT: Btw, I mean even though it's "set" to 2640 (if you run GPU-Z it will show the max boost clock as 2640, just like the specs say), it will still boost to a higher amount without touching a thing (straight out of the box). For example, I ran GPU-Z first thing once I installed the card. It showed the 2640 boost clock, just like in OP's screenshot (as it should), but once I click on the "?" button in gpu-z that "Runs a test to put some load on the card to verify PCI express slot configuration" (as the 4070 super sits in pcie 1.1 mode until a 3D app is launched - soemthing I hate and I am trying to figure how to stop from happening) the test starts running and you can check the "sensors" tab (in gpu-z or in afterburner or anything else) and see that the card is , in fact, running at 2820mhz, not 2640.

Also, any manual overclock applied will be added to 2640, not 2820, when looking at the main "graphics card" tab in gpu-z, but ACTUAL overclocked speeds will be an offset of the actual 2820 that the card (my sample, at least) hit out of the box (which can be verified by looking at the "sensors" tab in gpu-z, or msi afterburner, etc. while the card is under load).

I'm surprised a Global Moderator wouldn't know this?.......
 
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The RTX 4070 Super has a default core clock of 1980 MHz and a boost clock of 2505 MHz. but it will never be at 2895 MHz. Of course, some factory overclocked versions of the OC may have their clocks slightly increased by about 40 MHz. This would mean that the curve has been raised by as much as 390 MHz. Even the Asus Strix RTX 4070 Ti Super version only reaches 2835 MHz in boost mode, and it is far from the RTX 4070 Super. Personally, I have an RTX 4070 Ti Super Asus Tuf Gaming and this card can be overclocked without changing the voltage to about 2890 MHz, but the card consumes huge amounts of power and stability is also very hard to come by. Besides, the author of the topic doesn't seem to be interested in this thread, so it's a waste of time.
 
Not sure why you say this. Cards ALWAYS end up with a higher clock than stated on the "box". Been using Nvidia cards for 8 years and always been this way with factory overclocked cards, no matter the brand. I just recently bought an MSI 4070 Super Gaming Slim X and out of the box it goes to 2820. Used auto-overclock feature in MSI afterburner and it set the max clock at 2985, which it hits while gaming (without crashing). OP may not have touched his clock speeds at all (although that is QUITE high for out of the box - that would be a really good sample).

Anyway, this happens with EVERY brand, both Nvidia and AMD, for factory-overclocked cards. I've never once come across a card that actually only boosted to what the spec sheet said. If I did, I would immediately start looking to exchange/return for a new one (because, from all I can tell, that seems to mean you got the bottom-of-the-barrel in terms of gpu quality for that specific card - you LOST the silicon lottery, lol).

EDIT: Btw, I mean even though it's "set" to 2640 (if you run GPU-Z it will show the max boost clock as 2640, just like the specs say), it will still boost to a higher amount without touching a thing (straight out of the box). For example, I ran GPU-Z first thing once I installed the card. It showed the 2640 boost clock, just like in OP's screenshot (as it should), but once I click on the "?" button in gpu-z that "Runs a test to put some load on the card to verify PCI express slot configuration" (as the 4070 super sits in pcie 1.1 mode until a 3D app is launched - soemthing I hate and I am trying to figure how to stop from happening) the test starts running and you can check the "sensors" tab (in gpu-z or in afterburner or anything else) and see that the card is , in fact, running at 2820mhz, not 2640.

Also, any manual overclock applied will be added to 2640, not 2820, when looking at the main "graphics card" tab in gpu-z, but ACTUAL overclocked speeds will be an offset of the actual 2820 that the card (my sample, at least) hit out of the box (which can be verified by looking at the "sensors" tab in gpu-z, or msi afterburner, etc. while the card is under load).

I'm surprised a Global Moderator wouldn't know this?.......
OK explain this
See what GPU-Z is showing for the GPU clock compared to actual Clock
Ther problem is GPU is Clocking to High as it has a active OC on it
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Correction, after the bios version I see that it is equipped with RTX 4070 Super Gaming X slim and in boost mode it has a clock of 2640 according to the specifications. It will probably peak at around 2775MHz by default, but will never reach 2895MHz by default/factory, as you can see in the author's GPU-Z photo. Turn off overclocking or do it with your head on your shoulders. I had an Asus dual rtx 4070 super and the maximum to maintain stability was +240 MHz and +1500 on memory and not touching the voltages.

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Just go go gpu-z look at the clock speeds at the bottom of the first tab. Then hit the "?" next to pci bandwidth. Now check sensor tab while test is running and see what it reports for clock speed at the top of the tab (this will be actual clock speed). You will almost always see a fairly significant difference from the "spec"/box boost speed (in this case 2640). ~2900 would be quite high for out-of-the-box OC (whatever it is out of the box it will almost certainly be stable at 100% of the time, in every case I've ever seen at least), but my sample reaches 2820mhz out of the box and easily games slightly over 2900 rock solid, with an additional ~200mhz boost (+200 in afterburner, that is) to memory. I've completed benchmarks on 3DMark, etc. with an OC of 3015mhz (it doesn't maintain this speed very long, though, but does not crash). So far my card seems to be a very good sample, though.

The picture you attached from TPU displays the "per spec" boost clock. No one will purchase that card and see 2640mhz as their actual speed once the card is put under load in a game (or anywhere else). It will be higher, just like yours was. I would guess most are around 2800mhz. My 3 ZOTAC nvidia cards and my brother's EVGA card (980Ti onwards) have all been about ~200-300 over "spec" directly out-of-the-box. My recent experience with AMD cards (7800/7900) have them perform similarly (2565mhz ASRock PG's went to either just under or just over 2900mhz out-of-box). Out-of-box meaning no one touched a thing prior to running a game/benchmark/gpu-z and checking the clock under load.
 
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