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Windows 7: BSoDs randomly on various of games

23 Dec 2014   #111

Windows 7 Ultimate x64

Ok, now after several months, I finally got home and got my thermal paste (I used the one that came with the cooler master cpu fan), so I turned the CPU fan around, so now it is pushing air upwards, and apparently it is pushing cold air. The rear fan though is pushing hot air out. I did not get a chance to buy a 3rd fan and a fan-adapter yet, so I have to go with these.

Anyways, the temperatures seems to be much more stable.
CPU itself is at 35c (95F), but the other CPU temperature is saying that it is 50c(122F). Not sure which one to trust, because it seems that the 3 temperatures in HWMonitor (CPU, Mainboard and TMPIN2) are not stable and not telling the right temperatures. This is just my own guess though.
GPU seems to be a lot more stable, having 25c on idle and 64c max while rendering/computing shadows in Trackmania 2 (as I stated previously, it was seriously a huge temperature riser on my previous computer, and on this computer.)

Also, weird thing is that I've had no BSoD at all for a long while (1 month). I have done lots of stuff, that I believe had no direct impact to GPU other than updating directX.

Anyways, Merry Christmas and I'll update this if I'll start getting BSoD's frequently again.

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23 Dec 2014   #112

Windows 7 Enterprise X64/Windows 10 Enterprise X64/Windows 10 Pro X64/Linux Mint

Thanks, and Merry Christmas to you too. I hope you have a good New Year too. Whenever you think your BSODproblem is fixed, please mark this thread solved. Just keep those temps down as much as you can. Heat is the biggest killer of Computer components. The cooler, the better they work.
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