CS:GO stuttering and BSOD

  1. Posts : 94
    Windows 10 Home Single Language

    CS:GO stuttering and BSOD

    So I was playing CS:GO, and the instant this guy headshotted me, my laptop froze and BSOD'ed.

    I suspect it could be caused by these things:

    1. Undervolted CPU - My core has been undervolted for almost a year now with no problems. However I recently undervolted my cache to the same voltage as the core, as I saw a post stating that the tolerances between the two are the same.

    2. Upgraded RAM - I upgraded my laptop's RAM to 8 GB last week through a used 4 GB DDR3L stick. However, after getting the DIMM, I tested it overnight using MemTest (8 passes) with no errors.

    3. I overclocked my laptop's display to 75 Hz just a few days ago. Now this is just a guess, but I actually don't think this is caused by this. Also, for the past few days, I noticed that CS:GO would stutter in a way that I haven't experienced before. I already tried reinstalling the NVIDIA drivers, but the problem still remains.

    Thanks to those who will help me out :)


    Intel Core i5-4210H
    NVIDIA GeForce GTX 850M
    8 GB DDR3L RAM
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  2. Posts : 14,897
    Windows 10 Pro

    Your report states that you are using Non Genuine copy of software
    This forum's Rules clearly state that help will not be provided to those using Non genuine Software.

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