Windows 10: Several different BSOD errors Solved

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  1.    28 Mar 2016 #11

    Shite, the screenshot didn't take, I pressed F9.
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  2.    28 Mar 2016 #12

    Attachment 72009

    I did the test twice, and I didn't get any artifacts while processing.
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       29 Mar 2016 #13

    There should be a donut like thing in the furmark window .... like this one .... That is missing.
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       30 Mar 2016 #15

    So the furmark test also passed nicely.

    Will wait to know the result of the Prime95 test.
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  6.    05 Apr 2016 #16

    I just tried to do CPU95 - CPU was running at core temp ~ 77-81 C for about an hour and 20 minutes before my system crashed. It wasn't a BSOD either, straight up stopped working (not able to use keyboard, mouse, display cut out etc). The results show everything tested fine while it was running.
    I will admit I was running a 720 video in while it was testing, but I doubt that would be enough to put it over the edge

    What should I do next?
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       06 Apr 2016 #17

    The prime95 test itself puts a maximum stress on the CPU. A video play is enough to add on it.

    Unfortunately we failed to determine which piece of hardware caused it, as both the CPU and graphics card was in action; whereas both of them are under suspect.

    By the way, have you monitored the temps?

    If you get time, try the Prime95 test for one more time, and monitor the core temps using HWInfo.
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  8.    06 Apr 2016 #18

    Arc said: View Post
    The prime95 test itself puts a maximum stress on the CPU. A video play is enough to add on it.

    Unfortunately we failed to determine which piece of hardware caused it, as both the CPU and graphics card was in action; whereas both of them are under suspect.

    By the way, have you monitored the temps?

    If you get time, try the Prime95 test for one more time, and monitor the core temps using HWInfo.
    I did monitor with HWInfo, and I said in the post that my CPU core was ~ 77-81 C for about an hour and 20 minutes. Is that too high?
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       06 Apr 2016 #19

    Around 80C is not too high for more than one hour of Prime95 test. (Alt+0176 to type the sign. )

    Overall, as far as you stated till now, it appears to me that the graphics card is causing the issue, but not continuously. It is failing occasionally and is not following a pattern or trend.

    But I don't have adequate evidences to stand it.

    Can you apply any other graphics there, just to test the situation? You may borrow one from the friends or family.
    Or test the situation with Intel HD graphics.
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  10.    07 Apr 2016 #20

    Arc said: View Post
    Around 80C is not too high for more than one hour of Prime95 test. (Alt+0176 to type the sign. )

    Overall, as far as you stated till now, it appears to me that the graphics card is causing the issue, but not continuously. It is failing occasionally and is not following a pattern or trend.

    But I don't have adequate evidences to stand it.

    Can you apply any other graphics there, just to test the situation? You may borrow one from the friends or family.
    Or test the situation with Intel HD graphics.
    I think I should be able to get a card. Do I need to uninstall the card's drivers first before installing the new card?

    If I took a picture of the r9 390, would you be able to tell if there is any damage to the pins or the card in general?
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