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Windows 7: Seemingly random BSOD after recent rebuild

14 Jul 2012   #1

Windows 7 Professional 64bit
Seemingly random BSOD after recent rebuild

Well after aprox 1 year of running perfect, my machine has started having the BSOD again.
Last time the issue was the RAM (thankyou to those who helped me discover this), which were replaced without issue by the supplier.

However, I have recently installed an Intel 330 120gb (sata3) SSD, and a liquid cooling system for the CPU. The SSD is now my primary drive, so of course it needed all the drivers reinstalled and whatnot. The reason I mention the liquid cooling is because I have overclocked my CPU to 4000ghz, and left the voltage at default.

Now the symptoms.. I can be using the machine for ages and it runs fine, but when I return and continue using it (not waking from sleep/hibernation), it will only run for 5-20 minutes before having a BSOD. Following this the machine will boot to the login screen, but once I input my password to login I immediately BSOD. After this second BSOD, I am back to step 1 and able to use the machine again.

The hardware remains unchanged from what is written in my profile, which has been in use for 1+ years without any issue at all.

I've uploaded my minidump files after unsuccessfully debugging them myself using software found at NirSoft.

Any help greatly appreciated <3

PS: I am going to reset the overclocking, in hopes that this will fix it. Will keep you all posted.

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14 Jul 2012   #2

Windows 7 Home Premium 64 Bit

Crashes have a variety of BugCheck codes, which may indicate hardware issues. To know more, though, I would need you to please follow the
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14 Jul 2012   #3

Windows 7 Professional 64bit

Issue has not reoccurred since setting CPU configuration to default settings.
Thankyou for ur reply, I will keep you posted.
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