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  1. MrNeeds's Avatar
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    36c apparently, I've just checked the logs for furmark and on the top it's saying my GPU is a GTX 660 and further down it's reporting it as a GTX 520 :S
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    Huh, that's odd. Have you done any overclocking to the card?
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    nope, it's been stock speeds since getting it, I've over-clocked my CPU in the past but it resulted in instability so I reverted back to stock speeds, it appears that report was created in 2014 so it's irrelevant, where are the reports stored?
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    I have no idea, LOL!

    But try to reset the BIOS settings to normal.
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    I'm going to update my BIOS to the latest iteration, which I believe is the P10 revision as posted here: EVGA Download Center
    but I'm sure it's already updated to it, but can't hurt no?
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    If it's already at the latest version i don't think it will hurt.
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  7. MrNeeds's Avatar
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    OK, flash was successful, a little bit scary lol, never heard my motherboard make that type of noise before, but it all went fine apart from it said checksum error on first load, and floppy failed, but that's because I don't have a floppy drive, so removed it from the drive list in the BIOS and set the boot priorities to normal, seemed OK after, booted a little faster than normal so lets see
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    That's good, so how is the BSOD situation going?
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  9. MrNeeds's Avatar
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    Laith said:
    That's good, so how is the BSOD situation going?
    I had it with the pre-release of windows 10 (DP) and reverted back to windows 7, been using that and decided to give it another stab after updates had rolled out, upgraded again last night and no luck, fresh clean format and re-install last night and the issues were still there, so pretty much since I posted last night, it's not as frequent today but I think that's down to the delay on GPU recovery I put on it before bed last night.

    It's a damn shame if I can't fix it though, i'll have to revert back again to 7 if it does, but I have no issues on my Acer tablet with win10 and that's got a poor set of stats on that thing, atom 1.3ghz and 1gb of ram lol
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  10. MrNeeds's Avatar
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    Also, i've not actually had a BSOD, it's just a black screen and it boots itself up again, no errors on screen, it's like the GPU decided that it didn't want to work anymore and told the PC to hard reset itself....
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