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Windows 7: Random BSOD's while doing literally anything

18 May 2012   #41

Windows 7 64 bit

Yeah i do plan on doing CPU and ram overclocking soon

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18 May 2012   #42

Windows 7 Home Premium x64

Okay, if you are happy with the results of the BSOD issue, go ahead and mark this thread solved.

For the overclocking, post a new thread in the Overclocking and Case Mods Forum. You should go ahead and thoroughly fill out your system specs. Under your post, look for the spot that says "my system specs". Click on that and click "update my specs". Before starting the new thread, be prepared for it. Run benchmarks with P95 and post your screens from H.W.Monitor, CPUz, and CoreTemp. Be very thorough in your requests and expectations. We have some talented people here but they usually leave their crystal balls at home. So you need to be able to convey exactly what you want to do and what you've tried.

Be sure to also tell them that you are coming in fresh from a series of BSODs, but they are currently under control. After you post the new thread, feel free to send me the link and send it to event as well. I believe he has the same processor as you.
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18 May 2012   #43

Windows 7 64 bit

going to mark this as solved now, heres the link to my overclocking thread, once again thanks event and james, fixed it in one day while i was pondering over it for a couple months. +repped and gonna mark this as solved
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