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Computer Crash Dump Issue

Windows 7
Intel unlocked i5
GTX GeForce 770
CS750M Gold fully modular (May be the problem someone told me)

Bought all my parts from NCIX and built the computer less than a month ago.
Been having at least one crash dump per day up to two or three times in a day.
So far has only crashed on PAYDAY 2, ARMA II Dayz Commander mod.
Just had a crash less than 10 minutes ago. Was not able to record information on the BSoD. (Blue Screen of Death)
Did receive a after-the-crash report telling me a summary of what happened:

Problem signature:
Problem Event Name: BlueScreen
OS Version: 6.1.7601.2.1.0.768.3
Locale ID: 1033

Additional information about the problem:
BCCode: 124
BCP1: 0000000000000000
BCP2: FFFFFA800A2E3028
BCP3: 00000000BF800000
BCP4: 0000000000000124
OS Version: 6_1_7601
Service Pack: 1_0
Product: 768_1

Files that help describe the problem:
C:\Windows\Minidump\032614-18205-01.dmp
C:\Users\Tyler\AppData\Local\Temp\WER-38001-0.sysdata.xml

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UPDATE:
Might be useful information that the fan on the case that opens seems to get a little loud when hitting higher temps. (26C - 27C)
The fan may not be working that great and may be considered 'overheating' while everything else in the case is cool?

Hopefully someone can help me.
Thanks in advance.

-Tyler or (StupidRobber) Abbott on Steam.
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  1. did u check ur system temp?
  2. nashdes001 said:
    did u check ur system temp?


    Went into BIOS just now and recorded the information supplied.
    I got around 30C - 34C temperature wise.

    Accidentally had the System Performance on ASUS Optimal. Set it to Normal.
    (Would this count as overclocking?)

    CPU Fan speed was from 600 RPM to 900 RPM. The CPU fan is not the stock fan. It is a Cooler Master Hyper 212.
    (Not sure if it is the evo or not)

    Voltage was:
    1.040 V
  3. remove the cooler and clean the paste with alcohol and reapply paste
    and then check the temp not in bios but in windows using software like real temp
  4. Downloaded real temp.
    Temperatures are:
    28C, 28C, 26C, 28C
  5. thats looks ok
    but what about the temp under full load?
  6. nashdes001 said:
    thats looks ok
    but what about the temp under full load?


    How would I go about testing that?
  7. download prime95 and use it to load the cpu and simultaneously keep checking temp
    keep the load test on for 1-2hrs
  8. nashdes001 said:
    download prime95 and use it to load the cpu and simultaneously keep checking temp
    keep the load test on for 1-2hrs


    Thanks for all the help. I will be posting in about 2 hours then.
    If not, tomorrow. I really appreciate the help thus far.
  9. nashdes001 said:
    :)


    The results from the test are in. I ran the test at 3 AM and completed it at 5 AM.
    Under full load, the lower temperatures the computer would have was around 48C. The maximum degrees the computer would have (This only happened because I had Google Chrome open + Other tabs) was 57C. During the test I noticed it dwindled between 49C to 55C constantly.

    Does that tell you anything?
  10. that means ur cpu is running fine and no overheating

    what about the hard disk? is it old 1 or new 1?
  11. It's a new terabyte hdd sea gate. I've heard that an hdd can have bad 'sectors'. Not sure what to think of it though.
  12. Best answer
    use sea tools to check health of ur drive
  13. nashdes001 said:
    use sea tools to check health of ur drive


    Been a bit hesitant to do a seagate health check since I need a cd to do it. Haven't crashed for a while. The only things I could think that I changed were changing in BIOS from Asus optimized to regular and changing my video settings in game to normal from high. Would one of those be the solution? I will do the seagate health check soon. Thanks
  14. yea one of those could b a solution
    probably the oc setting of the card
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