- May 8, 2012
- Gigabyte GA-H170
- EVGA NVIDIA GTX 770 4GB
I see. Thought that you might be using additional hardware such as a dedicated Ethernet adapter like I do, which I mentioned in my previous post. So if I understand correctly you're using everything that is on-board along with the GTX 750 Ti. Well, I'd first suggest to disable the on-board Killer chip due to the bandwidth problem that I mentioned in my previous post, and to use a dedicated card instead. Hopefully it will also solve the issue you're facing - I'm not sure about it but it's something worth checking. Either way you'd have better transfer and speed behavior experience on your home network with a dedicated Ethernet card over the Killer one.You can see all the parts in my rig in my signature. Click on the link in My PC. Sorry if I don’t link it directly, I’m on mobile. The only LAN adapter I have is the integrated Killer one anyway. And wait, am I not on Sierra? I thought all I installed (drivers and OS) was Sierra
As for the MacOS version that you're using, your logs indicates 16G1036, which is the build number of High Sierra (the newer build of MacOS Sierra). I'm using the previous version - never updated to High Sierra as I'm not a fan of updating to the latest builds of whatever's out there. I live with the principles of "if it ain't broke, don't fix it".
By the way, you don't have to replace the Ethernet card right away if you just wish to see if it solves the crash problem. Just go into the BIOS and disable it; that way the OS won't see it. And then check if the issue happens again when you shut down. If it doesn't happen then here's what causing the problem. So it could be or driver related which is incompatible, or the Killer chip itself which again, I'd recommend to disable and replace with a dedicated card anyway.