I built a new computer in December of 2010 specs are below, I have just cross fired my two Gigabyte HD 5770 1gb video cards in slots one and two on my Gigabyte GA-X58A-Ud3rATX Motherboard, I did notice that card one is pretty tight and close to card 2, but decided to run and see what happens. Everything was working great. No crashes what so ever while running BFBC2.
Then on this Tuesday I bought a new headset a Logitech G930 wireless, then I started to crash about 5 to 10 minutes in games to the BSOD. So I went through all the steps to insure my headset drivers
were all up to date and installed correctly and so far I would say they are. So to try to pinpoint the problem I uninstalled my G930 and went back to using my Gamecom headset and I still crash to the BSOD in the same amount of time.
I have updated PB, and all my current video drivers are correct. So I am kind of baffled. I stressed tested my machine playing COD Black ops with no crashes.
I am guessing its either my video cards are over heating because they are close, or my I don't have enough power with my 600W Xtreme Power supply, or its the Logitech headset drivers are still installed somewhere and causing problems, or its just BFBC2.
So anyhelp would be appreciated.
Win 7 home premium 64-bit
Gigabyte GA-X58A-Ud3rATX Motherboard
two Gigabyte HD 5770 crossfired
Ocz tech 6GB ddr3-1600 gold xtc
Lg 22x dvdburner sat
600watt xtreme power supply
1001 coolmaster HAF912X case