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ASUS 1050ti voltage too low, Memory clock too high

I have been having problems since i bought my ASUS 1050ti. Every single game i own crashes.

I have noticed that my Memory Clock Mhz is way too high.

Msi afterburner screenshot in a lightweight game: https://gyazo.com/a06948efc307ad70ba3b70564a1d46f6

After doing research it should only be running about 1500, whereas it runs 3504.

IDLE my gpu is: https://gyazo.com/c03b07aac3b224e4971d49ddd9a4a1b0

Could someone show me how to fix this?

Thanks.
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  1. Your memory clock is as it should be, as are you rvoltages. Whatever is causing your GPU to crash, it isnt that.

    Have you checked temps when it crashes? Other hardware usage stats? (CPU/RAM etc).
  2. Multipack said:
    Your memory clock is as it should be, as are you rvoltages. Whatever is causing your GPU to crash, it isnt that.

    Have you checked temps when it crashes? Other hardware usage stats? (CPU/RAM etc).


    My temps are normal, 60C GPU and 45C CPU

    my task manager in a lightweight ish game looks like this:

    https://gyazo.com/a0f445720fac4c0e1ca0d6b145e8822e

    For some reason Disk D (disk my games are on) is on 0%

    I don't think its my hard drives as i have some games on my C drive and they also crash.
  3. Best answer
    Try scanning system for hardware driver updates and reinstalling your c++ files https://support.microsoft.com/en-gb/kb/2977003

    Its more likely a driver issue than a hardware one. Look in Windows Event Viewer for critical errors after a crash.
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