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Hello, new here..

I have an MSI GT780DXR with a GTX 675M installed and it causes the laptop to restart within a few minutes of gameplay. I have outruled an overheating issue with it, switched to RAID, tried different Nvidia drivers, reinstalled my OS, flashed with stock vBios and still cannot find a solution. I'm thinking it could possibly be a voltage issue..

Anyone have any solutions or tips I could try? Any help would be very much appreciated.

Thanks

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what temperaturre on gpu uunder load ? check from hwinfo sensors only

Around 67C

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need screenshot or better run fraps or msi afterburner before hwinfo, run hwinfo sensors only, start logging to file (from hwinfo sensors) , run game

(need fraps /msi ab to log/showing fps in hwinfo)

after that upload that incomplete log to zippyshare.com

what PSU you use now ? 180W ?

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Mostly the Card is damaged,i also had this Kind of Trouble with some GTX 570M,GTX 580M,GTX 670M and GTX 675M in MS-1761.

it was always a damaged Card.

You also will get this Problem when you use a Dell GTX 675M with MSI Vbios.

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