RTX 2070 Super / 440.82: Xorg Lock Ups with Xid 32 / 12 / 69

My new system (built ~3 weeks ago with an RTX 2070 Super) keeps randomly locking up with Xid 32 errors, happens both the Desktop while watching Twitch or leaving the PC idle for 10 minutes or so, and in games.

This mostly happens with a Xid 32:

[  482.133775] NVRM: GPU at PCI:0000:0d:00: GPU-e38531c8-d609-9358-715d-81545129a3c3
[  482.133779] NVRM: GPU Board Serial Number: 
[  482.133783] NVRM: Xid (PCI:0000:0d:00): 32, pid=1096, Channel ID 00000002 intr0 00040000
[  482.134098] NVRM: Xid (PCI:0000:0d:00): 32, pid=318, Channel ID 00000002 intr0 00040000
[  524.308390] nvidia-modeset: ERROR: GPU:0: Failed to idle DMA.

But i have also seen Xid 69:

[ 4130.894774] NVRM: Xid (PCI:0000:0d:00): 69, pid=1154, Class Error: ChId 0018, Class 0000c597, Offset 00001590, Data 08000000, ErrorCode 0000000c

as well as Xid 12 in the last couple of days.

Leaving the PC idle for ~10 minutes after boot up is the most reliable way of reproducing the issue, once I return and move the mouse or press a key Xorg locks up.

Please let me know if you need any further information :)

Any help is greatly appreciated!

I’ve already tried upgrading from driver 435.xx to 440.xx but the issues persisted.

nvidia-bug-report.log (1.0 MB)

XID 32 points to defective system memory (or a defective 1st gen Ryzen), the other XIDs just being follow-ups. Please remove/swap memory modules/lower clocks and test again. Since this is often happening after idle, please also check your bios for power saving options regarding memory. A bios upgrade is always good to be looked at.

Thanks for pointing me in the right direction!

Seems to be indeed an issue with the Ryzen / Memory configuration, apparently the 2700X I got does not really like the memory running at 3200mhz. Since it also started freezing in the bios I haven’t been able to update that one just yet without the fear of bricking it mainboard. I’m currently running the memory at lower speeds once that turns out to be stable I’ll try and update the bios.