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Okey, uptime now is about three days and no bsod so think it might just have been the ram not being tightly fit in the slot or something. Its either that or something else i possible nudged and displaced during the installation of the gpu and ram. Might also be the cause since my cabinet is old, ugly, unspacious and warm Anyhow, thanks for your effort yowanvista. I "hope" we dont hear again
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