I have recently purchased a new computer, and I am experiencing problems with BSOD. I have had about five occur in the last few days. Most of the time, it occurs after I play GTA4 for some time. When I exit the game, I see the desktop for a second and then the computer BSODs. At first, I thought it was related to old graphics drivers
, so I cleaned out all the ati drivers with Driver
Sweeper and reinstalled the latest ones. However it then occured again, after about 1 hr of GTA4. I exited and the computer went to BSOD.
I will post as much information as I can about my problem.
OS - Windows 7 x64 (original OS, full retail)
Age of system - Approx 2 weeks, maybe less.
Age of OS installation - This is the first install
CPU - Core i7 950 @ 3.07 GHz - I have done no overclocking.
Video Card - 2X Gigabyte Radeon HD 6870s in crossfire
Motherboard - ASUS P6X58D-E
PSU - XFX 850W
Speedfan Temperatures at Idle :
System - 30C
CPU - 27C
AUX - 32C
The Core Temps are all mid 30s.
HD Tune Hard drive Temps at Idle:
Kingston 128 GB ssd - 31C
Samsung 1.5TB hdd - 22C
I am not quite sure how to post GPU temps from in game, but I remember playing GTA4 for about 30 mins, and checking the temperatures with ATI Overdrive. They read 83C and I had the impression they were possibly increasing. Also, the speed of the video card fans was only at about 25-35%, I would have thought the speed would increase more to bring the temperatures down...
I have attached the zip file requested in the BSOD posting instructions.
Any help is greatly appreciated, thanks.