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Frequent Blue screens of death with various codes

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June 20, 2014 12:56:19 AM

Hi guys. I'm having random bsod's .. Each time with different codes. I've noted down some of the codes that I'm posting below.
There is no unusual cpu/ram activity afaik. No hardware changes. Eset nod32 says everything is clean. Bsod's occur mostly after just starting my pc / listening to music / playing counter strike .
Rig:
Phenom ii x4 965 BE
Dynet 4 gb ram
zotac gtx 550 ti
GIGABYTE GA-880G-UD3H
corsair vs450
a b $ Windows 7
June 20, 2014 1:02:55 AM

bsod is usually due to graphics cards problems.

Are you overclocking you gpu or cpu?

What temps are they running at?

Make sure all your drivers are up to date. Especially for the gpu.

Try another graphics card. Try your graphics card in another pc.

If stiil a problem -

Run Checkdisk

Download and run Memtest.

Download and run HWInfo - Sensors and post the results - usually 3 screenshots on TinyPic or similar.
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June 20, 2014 1:20:05 AM

I would suggest running memtest. Or t he graphics card thing that i7 suggested.
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June 20, 2014 7:19:55 AM

i7Baby said:
bsod is usually due to graphics cards problems.

Are you overclocking you gpu or cpu?

What temps are they running at?

Make sure all your drivers are up to date. Especially for the gpu.

Try another graphics card. Try your graphics card in another pc.

If stiil a problem -

Run Checkdisk

Download and run Memtest.

Download and run HWInfo - Sensors and post the results - usually 3 screenshots on TinyPic or similar.


Overclocking = nope.
Temps. Pretty high. My ambient temp are like 40-45 degrees!
at idle , cpu = 52 - 55 degrees.. gets upto 69 when running simple applications . For example nvidia control panel right now.
gpu = 40-46 degrees

I'm quite aware of high temperatures from a long time. And i've given up as well for the cpu. I dont think high temps cause bsod .. afaik if cpu gets too hot computer shuts down with beep sounds. anyway, you guys are the experts.

Drivers are pretty much up to date. gpu driver version is 335.23.. downloading the new version.

Can't try any other gpu or test my gpu in another pc. Also, the bsod's are unexpected / rare.. I've had my pc running for like 16 hours now and haven't got any bsod.

Gonna run all the tests asap.

here is the screenshot.

Ps: bsods are random . But system hangs some times while running a full on pc stress test.
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June 20, 2014 7:21:27 AM

Calnin said:
I would suggest running memtest. Or t he graphics card thing that i7 suggested.


hmm alright , will do memtest tonight.
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June 20, 2014 6:22:59 PM

Decrease Vcore - bit too high. But cpu temps way too high
Remove your cpu cooler, clean out, clean the thermal paste off it and the cpu and put a peas size drop of new Artic Silver 5 back on and re-assemble.

Replace your power supply - the 12V reading is too low
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