param1 0x0000001a (0x0000000000000403, 0xfffff6800009f0b0, 0xa1900001faf4c86f, 0xfffff680000df0b0)
I dono if my assumption is correct, but the bug check may indicate Ram issue?
TL;DR: He's dead Jim
Disclaimer: Potentially misquoted
When does the bsod happen. When did it start and does this start correlate with OC/Changes of some sort. Most people say I have all my drivers uptodate with service packs and visual packs however usually they don't and that can cause bsods. We'll assume you are not one of those hypothetical people, and work on getting these basic questions answered before I can brainstorm any further.
The BSOD happened After two weeks I finish build my computer. I did a lot of
gaming in those week, and it was totoally fine. However, just yesterday, I play Tera
online for almost six hours, and it began bsod. (did not happen at the beginning of
the first 4-5 hours) First bsod it restart itself of course, and I play Tera online again,
and after half hours, computer decide to BSOD again. I did not OC anything in this
build. Everything is default (unless mobo OC RAM itself?) I read some posts that
some mobo OC hardware when you set it to auto. Again, it only happens when I'm
gaming. If I dont game, computer work just fine.
I guess I can try to get into Bios, and maybe set the Ram voltage and timing
manually? That's my first thought while searching the answer myself. Read some
posts and some ppl have their mobo auto on Ram, and it may cause problems?
My ram timing is 9-9-9-24 with 1.5V FYI.
Just a little thought.
Perhaps your video card is overheating. You are crashing in gaming sessions which indicates either video card/processor/power supply. What's your build spec? These kind of things are hard to diagnose so it will require a lot of tinkering. Try googling the error code on your next bsod.
Well you are using a stock heatsink, and probably didn't use any aftermarket thermal paste. I would grab a temperature program and launch tera. Monitor temps before you BS'od lol to see if we can say, ok there's the problem, my i5 is 110C and while you're at it, take a look at your gtx650's temps. The card shouldn't really crash you even if it is a 1fan model as those can really handle a lot of heat. If you crash and your temps were good, then I would guess its software related, do you bsod in other games? PSU would follow, and finally, a deep stretch, but the ram as the last guess.