BSOD (mostly Kernel_Security_Check Failure) Zipped files attached

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  1. axe0's Avatar
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    Odd, I can't find anything about this message.
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       #22

    Should I try to run the program again and see if the error comes up?
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       #23

    Right so I've been running FunMark for over half an hour now and this time there's been no crash, GPU temp hasn't exceeded 75 degrees. Any next steps?
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       #24

    Ok FunMark has been running for over an hour now with no issues.
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       #25

    Just got another BSOD, wasn't even stressing the PC, just browsing. Error message: APC_Index_Mismatch. not sure what to do here.
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  6. axe0's Avatar
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       #26

    Run the tool again and upload the zip file.
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    I'll upload the zip file once I get home from work. I just received a reply on my thread on techsupportforum, the guy is telling me to upgrade my CPU to 750W and he recommends a diffrent set of RAM, is that necessary? I was hoping to get by without changing the Hardware.
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       #28

    Please add a link to the thread so I can check it.
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  10. axe0's Avatar
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       #30

    Upgrading your PSU is a plus, because it is recommended to have 25% more W then when your pc is under load.

    I would recommend to stay with Windows Defender until others are more stable, also have ONLY 1 AV installed.
    More causes problems!

    I would investigate the RAM to check if it indeed would be worth it to replace the RAM.
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