I've been posted on the forums like 2 weeks ago, and I thought I've found the solution for my problem, but I had to realize I don't.
Intel QuadCore 2 Quad Q8300, 2.5GHz (7.5 x 333)
MSI P43T-C51 (MS-7519)
1xKingmax DDR2 @1066 (another stick is still under warranty change)
nVIDIA GeForce GTS 250 (512MB)
Chieftec CTG-400-80PB 400W
I'm currently using a clean installed Windows 7 Enterprise.
- memtest: I was running 2 hours long, no errors
- GPU stress test: OCCT for 1 hour / FurBar for 2 hours - with the exact same options as I'm usually playing games - no errors, no lockups
- CPU stress test: Everest for 1 hour - no errors, no lockups
- BIOS reflashed
- updated nVIDIA, Realtek, chipset drivers
It's a newly built PC, I've checked everything at least 2x, 3x. Took out memory(ies) and video card, and seated them again. Also I've checked cables, everything is in place.
What bugs me is Eventviewer and the pic I've attached
Every time the system locks up I find the same errors in Eventviewer:
-Critical: Event ID: 41, Source: KernelPower The system has rebooted without cleanly shutting down first. This error could be caused if the system stopped responding, crashed, or lost power unexpectedly.
-Error: Event ID: 1101, Source: Eventlog Audit events have been dropped by the transport. 0
-Error: Event ID: 6008, Source: Eventlog The previous system shutdown at X on Y was unexpected.
BSOD's and locksup ONLY occurs during gameplay, usually World of Warcraft and they are totally random. Sometimes I can play 5-6 hours without any problem, but sometimes I got 3 locksup in 10 minutes.