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Windows 7: New GPU causing 'ntoskrnl' BSOD randomly

07 Nov 2014   #11

Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit SP1

What is too funny...I'm doing math/physics..and in the past played the hell out of OGR, GRAW1/2 lol.

Reducing speeds would produce less heat, but you've checked temps and they're ok. I had a Geforce 7800 GTX in the old days that slowly over about 6 months developed artefacts (weird rays all over the screen in games,like GRAW-caused by dying memory). It was also improved on lower performance.

My point being there likely a problem on the card as adjusting settings on it alone are changing BSOD frequency. I think returning it is the way to go.

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08 Nov 2014   #12

Windows 7 Ultimate x64

Well, im following through the return procedure and will get my money back, probably to buy another AMD GPU

Thankyou for your support lapetus, i wish you the best.

Thanks again
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08 Nov 2014   #13


green screen of death would be awesome... although I always thought there should be a pixel art Bill Gates just pointing and laughing at us, with a Microsoft stock counter slowly growing in the corner [/QUOTE]

Fantastic mate!
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