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    Quote Originally Posted by BullWinkle View Post
    Have you tried lowering your CPU OC from 4.2Mhz to something abit lower? Try 3.6Mhz - 3.9Mhz range. See if this helps. What OS are you on?
    I will try this, i have been running 4.2 ever since i got the system 3-4 years ago on a custom waterloop. I am running W10 also

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    Ever since, I removed the OC no issue!
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    Hi everybody!

    I hope this post will help other players as I have finally found the solution to my "unhandled exception trapped".

    As mention by Mad Al (Post #2584 page 259) The unhandled Exception Error is for error outside of the game.

    So, instead of searching a solution into the settings and bitching about this game, I decided to monitored my laptop to check what was going wrong with it,

    It turns out my GPU (GTX1070 Laptop) was exceding its specification when running demanding games.

    Long story short, the GTX1070 Laptop is suposed to run at 1445MHz (boost 1645MHz) but mine was reaching funny frequencies like 1845MHZ without any overclocking. No MSI afterburner nor Turbo mode what so ever.

    I found on another forum people having the same issue with the same laptop (MSI GT72VR 6RE Dominator Pro) and the solution was to flash the vbios with a new one (a non-official vBios as there is no new updated vBios on MSI's website...).

    Since then, PCars is running as it should. No crashes, no glitches, just gaming without problems, I can finally enjoy this game in all its glory.

    I'm glad to have found the solution, and glad that the problem is not the game nor a defective component of my laptop.

    Thank you all for your help.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alpha_R64 View Post
    Hi everybody!

    I hope this post will help other players as I have finally found the solution to my "unhandled exception trapped".

    As mention by Mad Al (Post #2584 page 259) The unhandled Exception Error is for error outside of the game.

    So, instead of searching a solution into the settings and bitching about this game, I decided to monitored my laptop to check what was going wrong with it,

    It turns out my GPU (GTX1070 Laptop) was exceding its specification when running demanding games.

    Long story short, the GTX1070 Laptop is suposed to run at 1445MHz (boost 1645MHz) but mine was reaching funny frequencies like 1845MHZ without any overclocking. No MSI afterburner nor Turbo mode what so ever.

    I found on another forum people having the same issue with the same laptop (MSI GT72VR 6RE Dominator Pro) and the solution was to flash the vbios with a new one (a non-official vBios as there is no new updated vBios on MSI's website...).

    Since then, PCars is running as it should. No crashes, no glitches, just gaming without problems, I can finally enjoy this game in all its glory.

    I'm glad to have found the solution, and glad that the problem is not the game nor a defective component of my laptop.

    Thank you all for your help.
    Thanks for sharing! It goes to show that these generic errors are not (always) game-related, so if you encounter this, be prepared to let us try and help you finding the problem on your system locally
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    It should be noted that the boost speed quoted by NVidia for the 10 series is slightly misleading.. all the quoted numbers are way under what the cards actually run at, to the tune of 3-400MHz

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mad Al View Post
    It should be noted that the boost speed quoted by NVidia for the 10 series is slightly misleading.. all the quoted numbers are way under what the cards actually run at, to the tune of 3-400MHz
    Source? Would be interesting to read why/how that works like that?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Remco Van Dijk View Post
    Source? Would be interesting to read why/how that works like that?
    well you could try comparing your own 1080Ti quoted boost speed to what it actually runs at

    Just for you Remco

    https://www.reddit.com/r/nvidia/comm..._how_it_works/
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mad Al View Post
    well you could try comparing your own 1080Ti quoted boost speed to what it actually runs at
    How would I check that? Using MSI Afterburner or similar?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Remco Van Dijk View Post
    How would I check that? Using MSI Afterburner or similar?
    Yep, or something like CPUID Hardware monitor and run one of the Unigine benchmarks (the Valley benchmark shows the GPU speed, but doesn't appear to update it, which should tell you what the max speed it actually runs at, assuming the card is cool to start with)

    If you go with Afterburner, make sure to get the latest 4.4 beta (I think it's 4.4) if you have the latest version of Windows 10 (1703) as there is a compatibility issue otherwise and Windows will keep whinging about it (it's actually the RivaTuner stuff that is the issue) http://www.guru3d.com/files-get/msi-...wnload,27.html

    My 1080Ti FE card runs at 1911 until it warms up a little (boost quoted as 1582), my 1060 runs at 1962 (boost quoted as 1797) and I get similar stuff on the 1050Ti. Of course if you then start increasing the power and temperature ceilings, you can get the card to sit at the full speed for longer

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mad Al View Post
    It should be noted that the boost speed quoted by NVidia for the 10 series is slightly misleading.. all the quoted numbers are way under what the cards actually run at, to the tune of 3-400MHz
    Are you implying that it is totaly normal for the GPU to exceed its specification all by itself without any overclocking on the user side?

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