My name is Lisandro, i'm from Argentina. I really don't know the exact category for my problem, i'm sorry if it's wrong.
About six months ago I bought a PC which components are:
*Micro-Processor AMD Bulldozer X6 3300
*Video-Card AMD Radeon HD 7750 1Gb
*RAM Kingston 8Gb (Two of 4Gb) 1333
*HDD Western Digital 1Tb (1000 Gb)
*O. S. Windows 7 (x64)
I have it connected by HDMI cable to my Samsung 32' LCD.
I played the heaviest games (like The Witcher 2, Far Cry 3, Crysis 2, etc.) through all this months without a single problem or overheating or anything. But since i've installed (i don't know if it is coincidence) Catalyst latest drivers my monitor turns black, the sound stays crashed for a seconds and then my PC reboots by itself. I have experienced this several times watching fullscreen videos on Google Chrome (not in I. Explorer, when i can watch them with no problem) and playing "Monster Hunter Tri" with the Dolphin Emulator. The crash happens ramdomly after a few seconds or after half an hour. When Windows restarts it tells me that the error is called "BlueScreen".
I've made a temperature scan while playing Monster Hunter Tri (i know that emulators uses a lot of cpu) and my cpu temperature raises to 59° Celsius maximous. The video card stays in 40-45 ° Celsius. When closing the application every temperature goes down to 30-35°C.
Also checked the CPU performance with Prime 65: 8 tests made in 17 minutes resulting in zero errors and zero warnings.
I've checked the temperatures rigurously aand i can confirm is not an overheating problem. It is not a GPU forcing problem, i can play Battlefield 3, Far Cry 3, The Witcher 2, TERA Online, Dark Souls, Need for Speed Most Wanted (2012) for hours without any problem.
Today i cleanly reinstalled Windows from zero, hoping this could solve the problem, but it persists.
Until now, it only happens while i watch fullscreen videos on Google Chrome (not on IE), using Dolphin Emulator and watching fullscreen photos with Windows Pictures View.
It's not a performance or temperature problem (fullscreen videos on Chrome doesn't require any of them.
Please, please, please help me. This is really annoying.