trying your ssd on another computer would be a good idea (lets you see if the ssd is at fault) but not having a heatsink installed is not a good idea. I don't think it would let you boot into windows. i think it is because the motherboard would freak out because it does not detect a cpu fan
Ya i googled it bad idea :P
I have no other computer to try it on other then laptop and I really dont want to disassemble it.
if my ssd did have an issue, would it be shutting down the system though ?
I am just really confused why this all started happening after I increased the memory clock on my gpu :S it doesnt make any sense
If you were in my shoes right now, what would you do ? I have 15 day direct replacement, should I just go tomorrow and replace the motherboard ? or try to test the cpu/ssd somehow