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  1. shutdown tonight after about 3 hours playing, so there is still some issue. over the past week i played a few times for short periods (<2hr) and it worked. in spite of this problem, i had great fun while playing.
  2. This apparently solved the problem for the most part for him, so it might assist you guys if you haven't tried all of the suggested solutions yet. In the meantime, I'm submitting another report to the team about the issues you all are still having. Capping the framerate and making sure your computer isn't dusty was the main solution for a lot of people, but seeing that the issue is still persistent after that for you guys means that we'll be taking another look. After windows update and reinstallation of audio drivers, the game is running right now and has been for about 20 minutes. Temp bef
  3. looks like the save game file is just too big to post on the forum.
  4. Here is another file requested of others with the same problem: Tried to upload the Save Game info but it appears to be too big. Will post this file and then try to follow up. output_log.txt
  5. Here is the DxDiag file as requested in how to post a problem. DxDiag.txt
  6. Rivatuner is very old and very likely wouldn't function properly with your graphics card - remove it. MSI Afterburner is based on Rivatuner and if you have that installed, you should be able to monitor your GPU temperature (it won't automatically fix things, it's mainly a monitoring/reporting tool, though you can use it to control GPU fans and ensure they speed up when temperature reaches set levels). Check that temperatures do not go (much) above 80°C and use CoreTemp (links given previously) to check CPU temperature also. If either CPU or GPU temperatures are too high, then you need to
  7. Rivatuner is very old and very likely wouldn't function properly with your graphics card - remove it. MSI Afterburner is based on Rivatuner and if you have that installed, you should be able to monitor your GPU temperature (it won't automatically fix things, it's mainly a monitoring/reporting tool, though you can use it to control GPU fans and ensure they speed up when temperature reaches set levels). Check that temperatures do not go (much) above 80°C and use CoreTemp (links given previously) to check CPU temperature also. If either CPU or GPU temperatures are too high, then you need to
  8. Rivatuner is very old and very likely wouldn't function properly with your graphics card - remove it. MSI Afterburner is based on Rivatuner and if you have that installed, you should be able to monitor your GPU temperature (it won't automatically fix things, it's mainly a monitoring/reporting tool, though you can use it to control GPU fans and ensure they speed up when temperature reaches set levels). Check that temperatures do not go (much) above 80°C and use CoreTemp (links given previously) to check CPU temperature also. If either CPU or GPU temperatures are too high, then you need to
  9. I also have this problem. It is definitely the game. When I start the game, as soon as I try to move the party it forces my computer to shut down, immediately. No blue screen, no warning. Just boom. I can have my computer on for 5 minutes or 15 minutes or 50 minutes but as soon as I try to play Pillars of Eternity it happens. So, it's not anything but the program. I have installed Afterburner and Rivatuner as suggested but it has not made a difference. It is possible I do not have them configured correctly. Hey I wanted a retro-experience so buying a game that doesn't work properly i
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