GTX1080 crash, after reboot for crashing in windows 10, must poweroff
I am not sure whether it is the windows application making the graphics card into a wrong state. When I play some recently 3D games at the windows, the screen would turn off, the fan of graphics card is running loudly(at full speed), I must use the remote console(ssh server of the windows 10) to restart the system. I don't meet problem at booting time, the screen and the fan are normal. But I meet problem when the X server is starting. Reboot won't work, I must do a poweroff then cool startup. Even reboot at the Linux won't work. I must order a poweroff(the power adapter won't be cut off). Here is the bug reports achieve: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1zOGiho0s9I3DtUEfY5ptxuMfio50abY2
I am not sure whether it is the windows application making the graphics card into a wrong state.
When I play some recently 3D games at the windows, the screen would turn off, the fan of graphics card is running loudly(at full speed), I must use the remote console(ssh server of the windows 10) to restart the system.
I don't meet problem at booting time, the screen and the fan are normal. But I meet problem when the X server is starting.
Reboot won't work, I must do a poweroff then cool startup. Even reboot at the Linux won't work. I must order a poweroff(the power adapter won't be cut off).
Here is the bug reports achieve:

https://drive.google.com/open?id=1zOGiho0s9I3DtUEfY5ptxuMfio50abY2

#1
Posted 12/31/2017 04:49 PM   
How is this bug related to Linux? This looks like a hardware failure.
How is this bug related to Linux? This looks like a hardware failure.

Artem S. Tashkinov
Linux and Open Source advocate

#2
Posted 01/01/2018 11:38 AM   
OK, let me move it to a better subject.
OK, let me move it to a better subject.

#3
Posted 01/03/2018 10:48 AM   
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