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Windows 7: BSOD playing Neverwinter, Warframe, etc. BCCode: 1000007e

09 Sep 2014   #11
Androshi

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It looks absurd.
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Try HWinfo to make it sure.

You said ....
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the temp reached about 90C at the bottom before the computer shutdown.
Did it shut down at its own?
Well first here's the log file from the HWinfo. Secondly yes it shutdown by itself. I did some searching around about the 128C temp on the motherboard and some people say it's a error from the sensors and if it was that temp. I would be able to feel it. Plus my computer is usually always cool.


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09 Sep 2014   #12
Arc

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Secondly yes it shutdown by itself.
That is not the desired behavior. If it shuts down at itself at 90 degree C that indicates either the PSU is failing to supply the adequate power to the GPU to perform a stressful operation or the GPU is failing itself.

If you have access to any other known good PSU (with friends or family), apply it there on a test basis and then run the stress test again.
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15 Sep 2014   #13
Androshi

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Secondly yes it shutdown by itself.
That is not the desired behavior. If it shuts down at itself at 90 degree C that indicates either the PSU is failing to supply the adequate power to the GPU to perform a stressful operation or the GPU is failing itself.

If you have access to any other known good PSU (with friends or family), apply it there on a test basis and then run the stress test again.
The PSU shouldn't be the problem since I feel that the GPU is most likely the cause but i just cant identify why it's causing the monitor to freeze which than ends up rebooting the computer. The graphics card also seems to be making a slightly high pitched noise while I play games any suggestions how it's doing that?
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16 Sep 2014   #14
Arc

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If you are sure that the PSU is not a problem, then concentrate on the graphics card. If you dont use the graphics card and use the onboard graphics, does the freezes happen in the same way? If not, then it is teh graphics card that is causing the issue.
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16 Sep 2014   #15
Androshi

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If you are sure that the PSU is not a problem, then concentrate on the graphics card. If you dont use the graphics card and use the onboard graphics, does the freezes happen in the same way? If not, then it is teh graphics card that is causing the issue.
Before I do that are you saying I should run one of my games like normally on the onboard graphics? Since the computer makes a really loud noise like its under heavy stress when I uninstall the graphics card. So there could be a chance it just shuts off using the onboard graphics
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17 Sep 2014   #16
Arc

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Games will not be played very nicely with an onboard GPU. But all the other jobs (not requiring dense graphics) should not be effected.

If effected, then, as that GPU is a motherboard component, is not a very good situation for sure.

Let us know about your experiments.
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20 Sep 2014   #17
Androshi

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Arc View Post
Games will not be played very nicely with an onboard GPU. But all the other jobs (not requiring dense graphics) should not be effected.

If effected, then, as that GPU is a motherboard component, is not a very good situation for sure.

Let us know about your experiments.
Well I didn't exactly do what you said above but I raised the fan speed from the default 50 percent to 65 and while playing my games the computer didn't die in about 4 hours like usual but it still rebooted itself.

Also I just noticed I got this type of error sometimes also


Description
A problem with your video hardware caused Windows to stop working correctly.

Problem signature
Problem Event Name: LiveKernelEvent
OS Version: 6.1.7601.2.1.0.768.3
Locale ID: 1033

Files that help describe the problem
WD-20140919-2211.dmp
sysdata.xml
WERInternalMetadata.xml
Extra information about the problem
BCCode: 117
BCP1: FFFFFA8006AEF1A0
BCP2: FFFFF88003AC3E80
BCP3: 0000000000000000
BCP4: 0000000000000000
OS Version: 6_1_7601
Service Pack: 1_0
Product: 768_1

any ideas?
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21 Sep 2014   #18
Arc

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any ideas?
No idea is possible without seeing the data as per the Blue Screen of Death (BSOD) Posting Instructions.
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21 Sep 2014   #19
Androshi

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any ideas?
No idea is possible without seeing the data as per the Blue Screen of Death (BSOD) Posting Instructions.
WEll so far I've been told it's my PSU as you've mentioned before but just in case I would like you to view these sensor screenshots. here's the link: https://imageshack.us/i/ipBjF9iRp there are a total of 4 screenshots if you don't see the rest look to your right when you go to the link. Also is a SeaSonic MX12II 520W a good PSU? I just want to hear your opinion of it since most people say it's a pretty efficient PSU.
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22 Sep 2014   #20
Arc

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The PSU itself is good, but PSUs keep failing. And, testing the PSU in hand requires some good knowledge of electrical.

It would be better to see the DM log output again, containing the crash dump as stated in post #17.
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