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Windows 7: Random BSOD 124 since I installed a new GPU

01 Jan 2015   #1
uzishan

Windows 7 Ultimate X64 and Windows 8.1 pro x64
 
 
Random BSOD 124 since I installed a new GPU

Hi guys,
So I've recently bought an Sapphire Radeon R9 290 OC and Since then I've been having random freezes and restarts no matter what I was doing.That was on Windows 8.1 x64 so i searched for my Windows 7 ultimate x64 key, I installed this windows and that freeze still happened but this time i got a bsod error after logging back on. If I insert another GPU(like my old Gigabyte R9 270x OC) it works perfectly. I RMA'd the GPU and they sent it back marking it as working within normal parameters. I will attach my *.dmp file maybe it helps. Also I have to mention that I tried all amd drivers from 13.9 to 14.12. clean install each of them. I know the BSOD is caused by a hardware error and my new PSU should be more than enough to handle the gpu(Seasonic 850w Bronze evo m12 II).

edit: ran memtest,stressed cpu,also ran FurMark....stressed the gpu for 4 hours and didn't crashed...then the gpu crashed randomly.Also sometimes it takes 4 hours to crash,8 or even 10 minutes....usually it crashes in the first 5-10 minutes


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01 Jan 2015   #2
uzishan

Windows 7 Ultimate X64 and Windows 8.1 pro x64
 
 

and the dump archive. Had to post it from my laptop since The pc is crashing way to often to be able to do something.
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02 Jan 2015   #3
uzishan

Windows 7 Ultimate X64 and Windows 8.1 pro x64
 
 

checked the dump myself and from what i've read it's caused by ntoskrnl.exe . Now I got my R9 270x installed for 5 hours already and no crash.Also the guy who uses my old 270x has the r9 290 on and no crash yet either.Somehow the r9 290 doesn't like my config. :-/
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