I built this computer back in Feb, it has been crashing since then due to bad RAM, I didn't have the money to replace them, nor could I RMA because they wanted me to send all the sticks, 3/4 where bad, and I can't afford the down time waiting for weeks on an RMA. I have since replaced them, and reinstalled windows, all under the assumption everything would be working fine afterwards, which sadly hasn't happened. Computer Specs;
Processor: AMD Phenom™ II X6 Black
Graphics: XFX ATI Radeon™ HD 5750 Single Slot
RAM: 4GB G.Skill DDR3 PC3-10666 1333MHz Ripjaw Series (8-8-8-24) Dual Channel kit
PSU: PowerCool 750W PC-750AUBAM Dual 12v V2.2 80+ Efficiency Modular PSU
HDD: x3 Western Digital Caviar 1TB SATAII 64MB Cache 3.5-inch Green Internal Hard Drive
Windows 7 Ultimate x64 What I have tried;
Uninstalling CCC, since it was in two of the minidumps.
Uninstalling usbfilter.sys, it was listed as a bad driver
by Driver Verifier.
Uninstalling RTKVHD64.exe, and reinstalled, only to remove it again. Listed by Driver Verifier.
Ran MemTest for 12 hours on the new ram, with nothing found.
Checked the Temps, they seem fine.
Ran WD Lifeguard, C: drive passed even the 4hr long test.
Ran Prime64 on the CPU for an hour with no crash.
Disabled Catalyst A.I.
Disabled AMD Powerplay.
Ran Furmark for about 20minutes with no error. I decided to stop when the temp reached 90C on the card. More info;
I tend to crash almost right away when loading into the Borderlands "World", I can sit on the menu all day. I can crash within 10 seconds, but no more than 5 minutes in usually.
Team Fortress 2, Day of Defeat, Counter Strike, all crash within 30minutes, it seems to take its time, however I left Team Fortress 2 on all night last night on the menu, but when I came and sat down in the morning and went into the game, it crashed the computer almost instantly.
League of Legends has a mind of its own, some days it crashes 2-6 times a day, sometimes not at all.
Minecraft, is a bit random, it crashes when it feels like it.
The computer sometimes crashes, but rarely, while on my desktop/internet browsing, but 75% of those are almost right away after a game BSODed the computer, and I am just logged back into my desktop, starting to reopen my programs.
Roughly 90% of these crashes are from while playing a game.
I do not run any Over Clocks.
No dust. Temperatures (No load);
NB: 80C (bad sensor, reported problem with the mobo model).