MeanJim wrote on Jan 22, 2021, 03:35:RedEye9 wrote on Jan 21, 2021, 21:28:
I don’t envy your troubleshooting.
I’m sure you’ve already thought of all the stuff , I’m just going to free associate.
If windows is leaving any crash logs you could investigate those and also check if Windows Reliability Monitor has anything useful. Run the built in Blue Screen Troubleshooter.
Scour and post in the GPU manufacturers forum, Same for your mb, Reddit etc.
If there is another slot you can stick the card in try that.
Good Luck and keep us informed if you find the fix.
Yeah, this is the most frustrating thing I think I have ever had to troubleshoot. It only seems to do it when I let it sleep overnight. A few times I thought I'd fixed it when I put it to sleep for a few minutes and it resumed fine, only to have it crash the next day. Whatever I try, I won't know if it's worked until the next day, or to be sure, a few days because a couple of times it did resume fine.
The message on the BSOD is Video Scheduler Internal Error. I've analyzed the dmp files, and the same file is at fault every time, dxgmms2.dll.
I'm not sure if it's something with the drivers and I just need to wait. I did find one post on the EVGA forums of people having BSOD on resume. Some people said they fixed it by closing MSI Afterburner or other similar programs, but I'm not running any of that. I just took it out of the box and plugged it in. One reply mentioned nvidia acknowledged a problem causing BSOD on waking from sleep (no source though). That post was from November. There was something in the last driver update about fixing a BSOD when using sleep with multiple monitors, but I'm only running one monitor.
The Flying Penguin wrote on Dec 31, 2020, 16:32:
Seriously, shouldn't they be fixing the bugs before they offer a DLC?
Quinn wrote on Dec 12, 2020, 21:06:
Either way, my rig never let me down yet on high graphical settings and now it suddenly buckles. I don't think the game looks that great either. Just alright. This game needs a DLSS card. It makes all the difference, I've read.
Nullity wrote on Dec 7, 2020, 09:36:VaranDragon wrote on Dec 7, 2020, 03:38:Preloading started this morning on GoG (can't speak for Steam). Mine is downloading right now!
For those of you who pre-ordered is there some kind of preload available? I read today that the game is getting a 50Gb release day patch....so no surprise there.
VaranDragon wrote on Dec 4, 2020, 13:35:
Im gonna enjoy the hell out of Cyberpunk I think. Still not gonna preorder. But if the reviews and worth of mouth from you guys at Bluesnews is good, Ill be getting it soon after release. The 3090 I just bought is gonna make playing it glorious
Acleacius wrote on Dec 4, 2020, 13:10:OpticNerve wrote on Dec 4, 2020, 01:39:Exactly, I had no idea how wide spread it was but this can't be anything but bots and their buddies. Hiring people to signup and buy, receive and then send it to master control.
It doesn't help at all that scalpers have circumvented many vendors and that few have even attempted to protect themselves from botting. The few who have tried (EVGA and Newegg) have only done so after bots have swooped in and bought out all of their initial stock (and still do - bots are constantly being updated and circumventing protections). Even Nvidia gave up trying to sell their RTX 30xx Founders Edition themselves and schlepped it off to Best Buys (of all places) to sell and to deal with the mess.
I'm sure more stock is incoming since both Nvidia and AMD are practically making a fortune off of this mass demand (with old Intel being left out) but it really does suck for people who wanted new hardware and/or consoles to enjoy at the end of a disastrous year.
Otherwise it would be too easy to exclude PO boxes and check shipping duplicate addresses.
VaranDragon wrote on Dec 4, 2020, 02:39:
Incoming Netflix Live Action Cyberpunk2077 series in 3....2....1....
Seriously, I can't remember when hype has been this high for an upcoming single player game. From what I've seen of the gameplay, worldbuilding etc. it might even be justified. I guess no game lives up to the hype not really, but compared to stinkers like Bioware's Anthem for example, this game might actually come close.
Acleacius wrote on Dec 3, 2020, 17:58:Sepharo wrote on Dec 3, 2020, 14:01:Yeah, I meant the 3060ti and yeah it probably is sold out too cause I still haven't received an email.Acleacius wrote on Dec 2, 2020, 17:59:Sepharo wrote on Dec 2, 2020, 11:24:Guess I wasn't clear, or I misunderstand. The only thing I mentioned about ATI was their RT software was reported to be coming later.Acleacius wrote on Dec 1, 2020, 20:05:
As everyone has mentioned, it's more powerful than last generations top card 2080ti, iirc. At $400 it's also half the price of the 2080ti at release.
I don't see how anyone could consider this less valuable than $300, so the debate is over $100. It's a card in hand atm, if you've got access to buy these
mysterious and unknown 3090 and 3080 cards please share their vendor link. Not to mention buying this now, gives something until prices and supplies settle
down on the top tier cards 2021. Nor do I want to wait for ATI to develop and add in their own RT which could take another 6 months.
So it looks like all that's worth $50 buck, if not the $100 at least imo.
This post seems to imply that you think the 6800 cards will be more accessible than the 3000 series cards...
but it seems like we'll have the same problems getting these as the others.
I'd buy any of these cards at retail list price if I could... but I can't.
Been the same story for multiple generations now.
My possibly over dramatic estimate was 6 months to get something like that running and stable. Otherwise, I've got no idea.
The lack of the one feature I wanted, kept me from following ATI, except casually.
It's just my casual opinion but RT looks like it adds another level depth. I.e. At least to me, if I'm running at 1440p with RTX, it feels like 8k instead of 1440p.
They still haven't called me but I didn't register until yesterday.
Was talking about this part:It's a card in hand atm, if you've got access to buy theseSeemed like you were implying that one benefit was that you could get them but couldn't get the 3000 series cards... and my point was that you can't get the AMD cards either right now. Same issue.
mysterious and unknown 3090 and 3080 cards please share their vendor link. Not to mention buying this now
edit: Ahh I see now, you're simply talking about the 3060ti... I swear I thought you were replying to a thread talking about AMDs lineup.
But still... is the 3060ti not going to also be sold out? I bet it is.
I haven't tried to buy at release for about 20 years, so I was all thumbs about jumping in the fray. I usually let them cool down in price but got stuck this time.
I kept putting off for this 2nd gen RTX. Now it's starting to look like both companies might have screwed their releases worst in their respective histories, at the same.
Guess there is still time for ATI to pull it out but NVIDIA looks to be a lost cause this year. Honestly this really all seems like catastrophic effects of the global pandemic.
The thing I really do like about what ATI did was using so much memory, but I just don't want to wait 6 more months for a software version of RT.
Of course it will probably take 6 months for both of these companies to dig themselves out of this mess.
Pepe wrote on Dec 1, 2020, 20:10:OpticNerve wrote on Dec 1, 2020, 18:40:
If their monitor is a native 1080p/2k/4k/8k as well as if it supports 60/144/240/360Hz high refresh-rates, etc.
1080p=2k no idea why people keep refering to 1440p as 2k
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
2K resolution is a generic term for display devices or content having horizontal resolution of approximately 2,000 pixels. In the movie projection industry, Digital Cinema Initiatives is the dominant standard for 2K output and defines 2K resolution as 2048 × 1080.
In television and consumer media, 1920 × 1080 is the most common 2K resolution, but this is normally referred to as 1080p.
Bumpy wrote on Dec 1, 2020, 18:15:
If you're a serious gamer, 3080 would be minimum.
I would not recommend a new card for $400 that performs like the best card 2 generations ago.
Beamer wrote on Nov 24, 2020, 16:33:eRe4s3r wrote on Nov 24, 2020, 15:49:IVIX1 wrote on Nov 24, 2020, 14:00:
The "Next Generation" moniker is a source of endless amusement to me. But then i talk to my console friends, and they literally think their hardware is state of the art relative to PC tech because its "next generation" as they've been told, and I have to inside a little bit.
It's so next-gen people can't tell apart whether they play a PS4 or PS5 version of a game....
That happens with launch titles every time around.
But the quick loading these consoles can do is nothing to sneeze at, and far beyond what PCs can take advantage of.