BSOD frequently, specifically when playing games

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       #21

    Boozad said:
    OK, what PSU do you have? Drivers don't seem to be the issue and it looks like temperature isn't the issue either.
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       #22

    I'm thinking that maybe the PSU is a little underpowered for the card, can you check in BIOS for your 3.3V, 5V and 12V values.
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       #23

    How exactly? :)
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       #24

    Boot into BIOS then arrow across to the H/W Monitor tab, then check the 3.3V, 5V and 12V values. Report back with them.
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       #25

    VCore: 1.304 V
    3.30V: 3.296 V
    5.00V: 5.088 V
    12.00V: 12.144 V
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       #26

    The voltages look good, I'm just wondering if there's not enough juice overall. How long did you run FurMark for?
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       #27

    33 mins
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  8. Posts : 22
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       #28

    Hazzakee said:
    33 mins
    I'd found that the O/C was set to Manual rather than default, I don't remember making any changes, but anyway, changing from manual back to 'auto' did the trick. Thanks Boozad for your efforts, solved :)
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