coilbook wrote:i had same problem with 780TIs even above 60 for some scenes they would fail especially scenes with a lot of mesh or alpha shadows like leaves etc. Since switching to hybrids all problems are gone. Not sure why may be some GPU chips start malfunctioning once temps get a bit too high. I think liquid cooled or hybrids is about the only way to go unless you have titans which are built to run 24/7 at full load. try to decrease power target and temp target in evga precision to around 60- 70% That usually helped me back then with not that much loss in rendering speed
it might be your 780ti is doing it. I would render with one card at a time and see which one is faulty.
Hopefully it helps
Thanks for the tip! Yea like I stated in my original post, running one at a time seemed to make the problem disappear. Guess 780ti's are just trash.