TF2 Crashing

Well, for some reason TF2 keeps crashing, Other source games seem to run fine, along with WoW and ST IV, STALKER:CS to name a few. It ran fine for around 8 months

My specs are as followed:
C2D e8400
2gb Corsair Dominator 1066mhz
EVGA 750i FTW
x2 160 WD in Raid 0
PNY 8800gt
Thermal take 850w

Running TF2 on high settings, no motion blur no AA and x2 AF, 1400x900 in windowed mode.


Temps don't seem to be the problem, my CPU is at around 46c load, my 8800gt hits about 66c load. When it crashes it seems to get artifacts or visual errors, like splices in the screen or as if someone shattered the monitor, no BSOD and it freezes the entire computer.
Also Reformatted computer, and still same error
I'm running in the background a few web pages, Utorrent (throttled to give bandwidth to games) Steam, and Magic Disc.

Any help or suggestions would be awesome, cause I'm sure out of Ideas
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  1. Do you have other Source games, like HL2 or CS Source? Do you also have problems with them?
  2. Your GPU and other Components are Overheating even if you said its not. You might need to replace your fan or Verify Integrity of Game files

    Steam Client > Right Click on Team Fortress 2 > Properties > Click the Local Files Tab > Verify Integrity of Game files

    Download Piriform Speccy to see your Computer Temperature https://www.piriform.com/speccy/download/standard
  3. Raider63 said:
    Your GPU and other Components are Overheating even if you said its not. You might need to replace your fan or Verify Integrity of Game files

    Steam Client > Right Click on Team Fortress 2 > Properties > Click the Local Files Tab > Verify Integrity of Game files

    Download Piriform Speccy to see your Computer Temperature https://www.piriform.com/speccy/download/standard


    Don't want to freak you out, but you just replied to an 8 year-old post xD
  4. Megzari Nassim said:
    Raider63 said:
    Your GPU and other Components are Overheating even if you said its not. You might need to replace your fan or Verify Integrity of Game files

    Steam Client > Right Click on Team Fortress 2 > Properties > Click the Local Files Tab > Verify Integrity of Game files

    Download Piriform Speccy to see your Computer Temperature https://www.piriform.com/speccy/download/standard


    Don't want to freak you out, but you just replied to an 8 year-old post xD


    did I?
  5. Raider63 said:
    Megzari Nassim said:
    Raider63 said:
    Your GPU and other Components are Overheating even if you said its not. You might need to replace your fan or Verify Integrity of Game files

    Steam Client > Right Click on Team Fortress 2 > Properties > Click the Local Files Tab > Verify Integrity of Game files

    Download Piriform Speccy to see your Computer Temperature https://www.piriform.com/speccy/download/standard


    Don't want to freak you out, but you just replied to an 8 year-old post xD


    did I?

    Yes, look at the date for when it was posted.
  6. MeesterYellow said:
    Raider63 said:
    Megzari Nassim said:
    Raider63 said:
    Your GPU and other Components are Overheating even if you said its not. You might need to replace your fan or Verify Integrity of Game files

    Steam Client > Right Click on Team Fortress 2 > Properties > Click the Local Files Tab > Verify Integrity of Game files

    Download Piriform Speccy to see your Computer Temperature https://www.piriform.com/speccy/download/standard


    Don't want to freak you out, but you just replied to an 8 year-old post xD


    did I?

    Yes, look at the date for when it was posted.


    Holy ****
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