Random BSOD's every 45 min or so, usually while playing games

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    Kk will do, what program do you recommend for GPU temps? Also what counts as too hot?
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  2. essenbe's Avatar
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       #22

    You can use MSI Afterburner to monitor temps. By Specs the max temp for your card is 98C, I would stop it if it goes over 80.
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    Kk just finished, FPS: 45.1, Score: 1135, Min FPS: 24.9 Max FPS: 100.1. GPU temp hovered around 68-70, max was 71 I think.
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    OK, that sounds good. Have you updated the Firmware on your SSD?
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    Heya, installed the SanDisk SSD toolkit and found that there's no firmware updates for the SSD.
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    essenbe said:
    One suggestion I would make to you. If you can, use any distro of a Live Linux CD/USB and run that as long as you can. It runs out of ram and does not involve the hard drive or Windows drivers at all. If you crash using Linux, it most likely means you have a hardware problem. If you do not, it most likely means you have a driver/software problem.
    I don't think you have tried this suggestion?
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    axe0 said:
    I don't think you have tried this suggestion?
    Hiya sorry had to go out for a little bit. Yah I didn't try that out yet, mostly because I don't know what it means :P So I should make a bootable USB with linux on it and run that?
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    Yes. See if this will help. The tutorial is using it for a different purpose, but you can use it and just stay with it and see if your computer will crash or not. http://www.sevenforums.com/tutorials...s-dead-os.html
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    Okay I'll try that, but in case you were getting bored my computer decided it would crash again! This one's odd actually, I left my computer on and went out, I came back around 3 hours later and the computer was still on, no crashes. So I thought that was good, I wrote my reply to axe0 and decided to take a shower. Right before leaving I decided to run superantispyware to make sure all the adware was gone. Right after I opened it though the computer crashed immediately. Don't know if it's related but here's the DM log for ya'll to peruse.
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  10. essenbe's Avatar
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    Code:
    Use !analyze -v to get detailed debugging information.
    BugCheck 3B, {c0000005, fffff8003e9716dc, ffffd00023bfaca0, 0}
    Probably caused by : memory_corruption ( nt!MiCaptureProtectionFromProto+14 )
    Followup:     MachineOwner
    That's all I can come up with right now. That can be your Ram or video memory.
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