My PC randomly crashes when playing Anthem over the past three days.
So far I've updated:
Windows10(Found one update)
Graphic's card (Nvidia RTX 2080 TI)
scanned for corrupt files (didn't find any)
Anything else I can look at to see what's going on or is there a problem with the game?
its need stable pc.
I play other shooting game and its work fine. but about anthem its need very stable :o .its heavy load on CPU and gpu
lets try everyhthing back to default on your bios .
and if it still issue. lets close your pc like five min and unplug your power line from your pc. maybe incase it ESD issue . :o
March - last edited March
Had issues like that aswell, and I ended up undervolting my 1060 6GB. Now before you try this: Do some research on your own, I am not a computer guy and don't know if what I did was a good idea.
My issues started around the early release for premiere folks and lasted to around the middle of last week. After trying what ever fix I could find, even tumbling down a Livekernelevent 141 for 3 solid days I noticed my crashes, freezes and everything else seemed to happen when my 1060 went above 1700++mHz, climbing upwards of late 1800 almost 1900mHz. After looking up my 1060s specs I noticed it said around 1506mhz to be standard with a boost up to around 1710mHz. I Googled a bit and stumbled upon undervolting with MSI afterburner, so I enabled the settings in Afterburner to control voltage, checked Force Constant Voltage and pressed CTRL F to open up the graph and set all the points to 1506. (I really reccommend watching a video)
Have been enjoying Anthem ever since 😁 Now, I don't know exaclty why this worked for me, but I suspect it has something to do with a built-in Nvidia clock booster that I read about. I'm on my Phone atm, so dont have access to the logs for the sources on this but I hope this might give you and anyone else a new avenue to explore. Best of luck and please, if some computer wizard could hop in here and tell me off if I did something stupid that would be awesome