Hello Seven Forums!
I built a new computer about two years ago and ever since I've had BSODs occurring every time I play a game that demands a powerful PC to run. These games include for example Battlefield 3, Grand Theft Auto IV, Red Orchestra 2, Crysis and many more.
Sometimes I can play for a couple of hours without getting a BSOD, but sometimes it can only take 15 minutes for one to occur.
I've tried the following to solve the problems, but none of them have worked:
-2 different GPUs
-2 different PSUs
-Different RAM memory sticks
-Windows XP 32- and 64-bit versions
-Windows 7 32- and 64-bit versions
-Messing with BIOS settings
-Countless of driver
updates, including GPU, motherboard and audio
-Increasing and decreasing voltage on my CPU and GPU
-Some other things that I can't remember right now...
My temperatures are fine when I play. I've also been able to run Prime95 for about an hour without any errors (didn't keep it running for a longer time) and the memory diagnostics tool that you can run while booting didn't find any errors.
My current computer setup is the following:
OS: Windows 7 Ultimate x64
Motherboard: Asus P5QC
GPU: Asus GTX 550 Ti
CPU: Intel Core 2 Quad Q9400 @ 2,66 GHz
Memory: 4Gb of Kingston DDR3 (can't remember the clocks, probably 800MHz)
PSU: Chieftec 550W
HD: Seagate 500Gb 7200rpm hard drive
Today I've got 2 BSODs while playing Battlefield 3. Minidumps are attached to this post.
If anyone can help me solve this, I'll be more than grateful
. This has been going on for too long.