various BSOD after ~5min in any game

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  1. axe0's Avatar
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       #51

    It is better to keep an eye on the temperature constantly in case of overheating.
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       #52

    yeah, not gonna let it run freely.

    Hey, i just noticed: while installing the VGA driver for onboard graphics, i get an error that my system doesnt meet the requirements... could it be (altough i got an extern graphiccard) that that causes trouble?
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    That could cause trouble yes, if the error message is right.
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    well, the driver was on the CD that came with the motherboard, so i think it should fit... ?
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    You built your pc, the company hasn't checked if the other parts are compatible with it.
    You need to check it yourself to be sure.
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    my device-managar doesn´t even show a diffenrt GPU than my gtx. On my Laptop with onboard/dedicated it shows 2. i didnt buy an onboard graphicscard. is there even one by default?
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    I cannot answer a lot of such questions as I don't know the answers. If I had to guess, then it would be a yes: the first it finds.

    You'll need to search it yourself for a good answer, or ask it at the Drivers and Hardware section

    What software did you install from SlimWare?
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       #58

    Hello Again!

    well, i formatted my harddrives, reinstalled all drivers and no other software, went to XCOM and it chrashed again.

    BUT then i checked my BIOS Version and it was 1.40 while the latest version is 1.90. So i downloaded it, flashed the later version and since yesterday evening i had zero crashes.


    The BIOS update fixed the problem!!! THANKS FOR ALL YOUR HELP!!!
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