Gaming problems

Hi i built my new pc a month back and im experiencing some anying problems.

Ive had blue screen 2-3 times and when i run Bf3 on max settings my screen starts to stutter.

Specs

AMD PHENOM II X6 1100T (not oc. not stock cooling)

AMD RADEN HD 6950 XFX 1GB

8 GBS OF RAM 1600Mhz

750w Gold psu

Why does this happend? got the same problem in skyrim trying to max it out

i run that on a 1400x900 screen
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  1. when you get blue screens, its usually your ram... USUALLY
    but at the same time it can be anything... lol (sorry not helping)

    from my experience, i would look into the ram, read up on the ram that you have and check your settings on your BIOS and see if there's anything wrong with the timing of the ram and what not.

    start from there.
  2. eric8705 said:
    when you get blue screens, its usually your ram... USUALLY
    but at the same time it can be anything... lol (sorry not helping)

    from my experience, i would look into the ram, read up on the ram that you have and check your settings on your BIOS and see if there's anything wrong with the timing of the ram and what not.

    start from there.


    I hawe alredy checked the ram and there is no problem there.

    But in the same time the ram i use now is temp. I am going to upgrade to 16 gbs of ram
  3. And by the way, i run crossfire 6950's
  4. what is your case , and cooling system?

    generally you can get the kind of problem you are experiencing by overheating
  5. try running it with out crossfire. some games do not work well with crossfire or sli. had a bud of mine who had a similar problem. hope it help!
  6. Outlander_04 said:
    what is your case , and cooling system?

    generally you can get the kind of problem you are experiencing by overheating


    I got the Xigmatek Esylium big toer case. and the akasa venom cooler hit push pull fans blowing air outside of the case
  7. keato02 said:
    I got the Xigmatek Esylium big toer case. and the akasa venom cooler hit push pull fans blowing air outside of the case



    if all the fans are blowing air out of the case .......are there any blowing air IN to the case?
  8. Outlander_04 said:
    if all the fans are blowing air out of the case .......are there any blowing air IN to the case?


    Yes the two front fans are blowin in air
  9. What mobo? Some are RAM sensitive - you may have to manually enter RAM specs in BIOS.
    -Bruce
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