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Its a shame really, i wanted to upgrade Thank you for your support, and youre right, id much prefer a green screen of death My System Specs Computer type PC/Desktop System TheGamingAudiophile 35.384 görüntüleme 3:24 Ремонт Видеокарты GIGABYTE AMD R9 280X (blue screen of death). - Süre: 7:01. KaradjgneMar 9, 2014, 5:56 AM Did you get a beep code with your brother's psu? I havn't had a BSOD in over a month, before they were happening multiple times per day. Source

Microsoft snuck in the update so I am now at 1607.The most recent fix I tried was to activate the hidden admin account under windows 10, and install the game to I hesitated reinstalling windows, because that would be a huge pain, if the software wasn't the problem. If you look at the pic you sent (kinda hard with that background) you'll see that during the test, value CPUTIN is 62*C, Max is 62*C and min is 38*C. http://www.guru3d.com/files-details/display-driver-uninstaller-download.html I would highly recommend it for a clean install of drivers. http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-2043255/random-bsods-gpu-driver.html

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I'mma go grab it later.. Hardware Troubleshooting Have you had your PC for a long period of time or live in a dusty area? SATA connectors are standardized, just plug them into the new motherboard. The latest drivers for your card are here.

Although you have the latest driver, a clean install without "Catalyst Control Center" may worth a try. Just looked up the stats for 8350. i think it's not a hardware problem because when i use ubuntu i dont get any hardware problem causing system to restart or hang. I'm new to this forum but I think you should probably mark as solved, maybe a final post with "I took these steps and had no joy so I returned the

One way around this is to partition your drive and install win on the partition and see if card runs then (that way u can keep your current set up). How To Test Graphics Card For Problems please, i need help solved BSOD: Please help me CPU Upgrade Causing BSOD, Freezes, and Shutdowns....PLEASE HELP Graphics card causing BSOD PLEASE HELP! JamesHellerOct 29, 2014, 2:20 PM Have you googled your problem before??I think the game is buggy daryl203Nov 6, 2014, 5:52 AM Hi! http://www.sevenforums.com/bsod-help-support/351321-new-gpu-causing-ntoskrnl-bsod-randomly.html There are others here who know a lot more about psu testing than I do, would be nice if one would chime in lol!

You are welcome to try for another opinion, but with all the testing done, I can't think of another diagnosis. I don't think the heat related issues would manifest during overnight reboot sessions. Nicolas145Mar 17, 2014, 2:45 PM Sorry but I don't understand what do you mean by saying google it, I did google it and found nothing to help. then so on and on..

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Best answer daryl203Nov 12, 2014, 10:37 AM Hi Guys! https://forum.quartertothree.com/t/pc-crashing-randomly-bsods-hot-gpus-i-got-it-all/125572 Then stick your PSU back in and repeat. Graphics Card Blue Screen Windows 7 Now, back in 2015, the issue I was having was clearly GPU related, screen would go all colors/bars and PC would shut off, and there would be garbled video. Bsod Error Codes Email *Required Your Feedback *Required Answers others found helpful Guide on how to install the NVIDIA Display Driver under Windows 7/Windows 8/Windows 10 TDR (Timeout Detection and Recovery) and Collecting Dump

I think I'll want to test those voltages on the weekend like you said, I want to be dead sure it's the PSU before I waste some money on new parts. break it down to the absolute minimums to get something, and you still got nothing, its one of those things. I'll give you just an update. Are you positive it is seated correctly with the correct amount of thermal paste. Nvidia

My brother, who after finishing pharmacy school, bought himself a present of a cyberpowerpc computer, and his is humming along fine, replaced the video card with a 970, added an extra I'm waiting for the new one to arrive this week. Otherwise, I think i am first going to check ASUS' website for a driver update, it is very likely I could update it and fix it. In CCC there is no mention of presets for voltages which many be causing the card to fail.

With pretty much the same random issues I saw in May of last year. The causes seem to vary however I've noticed that ntoskrnl.exe... Doesnt matter if it doesnt crash in safe mode or not It is not specifically a hardware stop error, a BSOD can be hardware, software, or a combination of the two.

If so, did you remember to install the motherboard chipset drivers?

Either way, WoW:Legion uses a bit more juice, and I do believe the framerate is uncapped. As far as your problems go, it certainly could be heat. I have: Intel i5 4440 CPU ASUS H81M-L motherboard NVIDIA GTX 760 8 gigs of memory, single Kingston stick Corsair VS550 550w PSU BSOD Crashes and Debugging Random BSODs and freezes You are welcome to try for another opinion, but with all the testing done, I can't think of another diagnosis.

BSOD Help and Support Our Sites Site Links About Us Find Us Vista Forums Eight Forums Ten Forums Help Me Bake Network Status Contact Us Legal Privacy and cookies Windows 7 Edited by Alphard, 26 February 2014 - 04:18 PM. The errors were never the same. Does the BSOD even occur in safemode?

Unless of course my motherboard is again on the fritz, and this is just a symptom of the larger issue. Eric_Majkut 2016-09-07 08:38:51 UTC #10 I was having some BSOD issues for a while and found a helpful program called BlueScreenView. Sadly! My System Specs Computer type PC/Desktop System Manufacturer/Model Number Custom Build OS Windows 7 Ultimate x64 CPU AMD FX-4300 Motherboard ASUS M5A78L-M/USB3 Memory ADATA 2133MHz 8gb Graphics Card R9 290X Hard

New ram, fresh windows install, different drivers. Either way, replacing the psu is usually the cheapest part to replace. If your computer cannot handle the temps from running the small fft test, run it as balanced. I tried updating and regrading GPU Drivers, still got BSOD.My full Specs isAMD A10-5800k Gigabyte F2A55M-DS28GB Hyper X KingstonThermaltake 500WATTSThen my GPU Sapphire R7 265x 2GBI don't OC yep nullifier is

Edited by Alphard, 27 February 2014 - 01:57 PM. Inspect the inside of your PC for dust and if you find it is covered with dust, carefully blow the dust off using safe compressed air dust removers. BSOD Error Help me please. It is supposed to supply several different voltages to the motherboard to run several different parts.

Also I'd see what I could do about better cooling in your case, but I think you've got "stealthy" bad RAM like I had.