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Windows 7: Keep having bluescreens regularly, cannot grasp why

11 Mar 2015   #11
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83 is high for a GPU.

But if can take the stress test for that long (over an hour), we cannot say that it is the GPU that is causing the issue.

We have already seen that the driver version does not have anything to do here.

So the system temps becomes very critical information here. Cannot you provide a speccy screenshot?


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12 Mar 2015   #12
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Of course, I can provide a Speccy screenshot. But as mentioned, not after a couple hours of my usually heavy usage. As the computer crashes long before two hours have gone by.
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12 Mar 2015   #13
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Did not you notice? It is indicating.
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Dismantle the computer. Clean the inside very carefully. Clean all the air vents and fan grills so that it can blow the hot air out efficiently. While re-seating, apply new thermal paste to the CPU heatsneak.

If you cannot do it yourself, get it done by somebody who can; but dont leave it pending. Do it at once.

Report us for any further BSOD only after it is done. Because no troubleshooting will be feasible in this state.
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12 Mar 2015   #14
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The CPU is simply too hot? I hope you're right, I'll give it a go. Would make sense, as I've never properly cleaned it all-through, over the three years I've had it..
Thanks alot :3
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12 Mar 2015   #15
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Post another CPU screenshot when the job is done.
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12 Mar 2015   #16
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Doesn't appear to have made THAT much of a difference in degrees on the CPU. Jumping around between 51 and 58 on "idle" usage. Instead of about 57-65. But what do I know. I'll try running the computer as I usually do, and see if it still has problems.
How hot is the CPU supposed to be?
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12 Mar 2015   #17
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While playing my game, it stays right about at these temepratures. Haven't crashed in fifteen minutes, that's an improvement
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13 Mar 2015   #18
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What CPU cooler do you use?
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20 Mar 2015   #19
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No matter any longer, It's all running properly now! I applied new thermal paste and cleaned out the case, turns out it was in fact the CPU overheating. Thanks a lot mate :3
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20 Mar 2015   #20
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Its OK, good news.
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