BSOD most often is the result of a faulty driver or bad hardware.
As you are using new hardware...
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You can still use the old titler.
File > new > legacy title.
Upon further testing, the situation has improved by reverting to BIOS version F3, instead of the newest provided by Gigabyte (I think it's called F4g or another letter at the end).
The titler still causes Premiere Pro to crash every now and then, but at least since it's a SW crash I am able to recover the latest modifications to my project.
Still very annoying but I can proceed with my work.
I do not recommend PPro users to upgrade to the latest BIOS if you have a new Gigabyte motherboard.
Yes, all hardware is brand new.
I work with a similar configuration and I'm also experiencing BSOD, not tried with the titler, but it crashes every time warp stabilizer starts to analyze a clip... and sometimes BSOD happens also randomly.
Gigabyte X299 Gaming 7
512Gb M.2 SSD
MSI Nvidia 1080 8Gb
Latest driver, latest bios (I tried also an older one), latest WIN 10 Pro updates, latest Premiere CC (25th August).
Adobe problem with new Intel CPUs?
SAME PROBLEM HERE! Pls Adobe, help!
ASUS TUF X299 Mark II
240Gb M.2 SSD
GTX1070 Turbo 8Gb
does it crash if you set gfx card premiere render to software only?
Yes, there's no difference if I set "Software only". Same BSOD.
On Premiere 2015 everything works fine. When the Adobe 2017 intro video starts, I get a BSOD right away with a general "WHEA_UNCORRECTABLE_ERROR" and the computer restarts. I can't even run PP 2017. I tried everything: roll back GPU driver, reinstall Win10. Everything! Pls, help.
I had the same problem, I solved upgrading the bios of the motherboard (mine is a Gigabyte, but based on the same X299 platform).
And now everything's works fine? Without any problems? No crashes when you use warp stabilizer?
No, that only solved the BSOD at startup...
Then BSOD started to happen when applying warp stabilizer.
I'm not happy with that solution. Can it be up to Premiere? Win 10?
Same problem for me, a lot of BSOD also have a brand new MSI x299..
Is here anyone from Adobe who can help us?
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BSOD usually means hardware.
Yeah, It's an hardware error cause by the X299 and something from Adobe. I double check all my hardware, everything is working fine and un only get BSOD on AE ou Pre
Not always. 2015. version of Premiere works fine.
It must be an anomaly with the x299 mobos because I'm using the gigabyte x99p-sli with the latest Premiere and having no issues.
One of my clever friend (the old overclocker)) advised me to do this:
Go to the BIOS and change the CPU voltage setting. (For Gigabit X299 UD4 motherboard) BIOS / M.I.T./Advanced Voltage Setting / CPU Core Voltage Control / Internal CPU Vcore - set 1.2v instead of "Auto". That's exactly what I did. While everything is working fine. After Effects CC2018 and Premiere CC2018. "Turbo Boost" I did not turn it off.
Try to change this parameter on motherboards of other manufacturers. Perhaps this will help solve the problem.
Attention! Do not forget to monitor the CPU temperature. And install a good CPU cooling.
(Most likely this is an Intel problem, but not Adobe problem.)
MB Gigabyte X299 UD4
CPU Intel Core i7-7820X
RAM Corsair Vengeance LPX DDR4 2800Mhz 64Gb
SVGA Gigabyte GTX 1080Ti
SSD1 Kingston 240Gb
SSD2 Samsung 850Evo 2Tb