BSOD when gaming, watching Full HD, and during running OCCT CPU test


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    BSOD when gaming, watching Full HD, and during running OCCT CPU test


    Hi,
    have been recently getting BSOD daily when playing games or watching a full hd video(usually around once per day)

    Tried to investigate he reason but could not figure it out.
    Tried to run OCCT tests on cpu and gpu, results:
    gpu test is ok, cpu test gives a bsod in a couple of seconds.

    I attach my Config, bsod dumps and bsod txt from BlueScreenViewer.

    Would appreciate any help to figure out the reason.
    Drivers and BIOS are latest, temps are ok.
    Ran full memory diagnostics 5 times - no errors
    Last edited by GosuGameR; 08 Jul 2018 at 08:37.
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  2. axe0's Avatar
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    Hi GosuGameR,

    Do you have warranty? If you do, I recommend to use it since it is very likely a hardware issue that, with a laptop, there's nothing that can be done with too much of a risk of damaging more things.
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  3. Posts : 25
    Windows 10 x 64
    Thread Starter
       #3

    axe0 said:
    Hi GosuGameR,

    Do you have warranty? If you do, I recommend to use it since it is very likely a hardware issue that, with a laptop, there's nothing that can be done with too much of a risk of damaging more things.
    I don't and it is not a laptop - it is an 8 years old desktop..
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  4. axe0's Avatar
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    Sorry, went too quickly through the logs and only looked at the by you provided specs in your 'My Computer'.

    It's a very likely possibility that your CPU has become faulty, I would suggest to replace it or have it tested in a local pc shop.
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  5. Posts : 25
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    Thread Starter
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    axe0 said:
    Sorry, went too quickly through the logs and only looked at the by you provided specs in your 'My Computer'.

    It's a very likely possibility that your CPU has become faulty, I would suggest to replace it or have it tested in a local pc shop.
    Is it possible that the reason is simple overheating? In test the CPU temps reach >60 degreees
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  6. axe0's Avatar
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    Unlikely, unless that's the Tcase of the CPU (the max temperature the CPU can operate at) a CPU can easily handle much higher temps.
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