Your video card is actually better than almost any Quadro card available, possibly with the exception of the K6000 at mega $$$.
First try to update your BIOS. It is pretty old for a X79 platform and while you are at it, update the chipset drivers too. Then try if the beta driver from nVidia, version 310.64 helps solve the problem.
Meanwhile, give us more details of your source material (codec), sequence settings and disk I/O system.
I have the same GTX670 and I can't see any significant differences between our two DXDIAG outputs.
I have twice the RAM you do and approximately twice the paging file - which makes perfect sense. If I were you I might try increasing the size of your paging file, just in case. I understand that you are not using all of your RAM, but it couldn't hurt to try the easy stuff first
Perhaps you could take a screen shot of the error message and post it as an image here. If that doesn't work for you, change browsers. It should work if you are signed in
I am going out on a shoot today so I be away from my editing PC for a few days. Therefore I can't really offer to help, but here is a link to my printout. Perhaps it will help your tech support folks because my PC is working very nicely - thanks to Eric and the crew at ADK.
Please don't post the contents of long logs like dxdiag or crash logs. It makes the thread unreadable for other users. If anyone wants or needs to see that much in-depth data, please send it to them via PM.
windows gives me the low virtual memory error.
You haven't changed your Page file settings have you? If so, set that back to Windows managed.
Thank you for all the replies folks. Sorry we had a long day today (expecting our first so we had an 8 hour baby class).
I honestly have no idea how to change or edit a paging file or where to find it.
Also, where can I find the Chipset and X79 drivers?
Apparently I made the assumption that getting a computer only 2 weeks old, everything would have been updated, but clearly not. (Logged in for the first time, had 132 updates for windows 7).
Sorry about the posts Jeff, i'll remember that for the future.
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>Also, where can I find the Chipset and X79 drivers?
Did the computer builder not give you the motherboard driver disc?
Updates would be at the website for the brand motherboard you have... such as ASUS or "whatever"
Once at the vendor website, you search for your model motherboard