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Windows 7: BSOD while loading World of Warcraft with EVGA 750 ti sc

01 Dec 2014   #1

Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit.
BSOD while loading World of Warcraft with EVGA 750 ti sc

Recently I started playing World of Warcraft and it kept BSODing while getting into the game.
I have always had some random BSODs before, but I thought I fixed it all with a new mobo, new ram, new psu (because my psu died recently) and a new gpu.
I tried playing with an older gpu I had laying around a radeon hd 5770, it also BSOD after a couple of minutes of playing.
At first I thought it was overheating, but I cleaned my heatsink and it seems to be good now. It used to be around 60-70+, but now it's 40~50ish idle.
I've ran primetest95 but it bsod'd after awhile probably because I was doing stuff while it ran with the gpu.
I've ran memtest and it passed without any problems, but I didn't run it too long.
I've ran furmark with the 750ti gpu it bsoded right away.
I also had just reformatted my computer and installed a fresh copy of Windows, still BSOD right away when loading WoW.

I used to run a Geforce 560ti or something to that extent, but gave it to my brother and his computer's been running fine. I could also test that gpu to see if it BSODs aswell.

So I assume it's the gpu or my mobo's pci-e slot?

I've been messing around without any gpu and it seems to be stable with the integrated mobo gpu.
just that it's not really playable with the low fps.

Here's my PC specs, I don't oc btw.
Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit
Asrock z77 Extreme4
Corsair CX Series™ Modular CX600M ATX Power Supply
8gb Crucial Ballistic Sports (Single piece)
EVGA Geforce 750 ti SC

I included the DM Log Collector.

My System SpecsSystem Spec
02 Dec 2014   #2

Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit.

bump, could some one help me with what my minidump shows?
I tried using a debugging program, but I don't really understand all the codes.
I think I found out that it was gpu related from what I can sort of figure out, but it still doesn't really answer my question about it possibly being a pci-e slot problem? (ie, my mobo)

I did a quick check on the capacitors on my mobo and they all seem fine, I'll recheck in the morning.
And an update, I've been using my computer fine the entire day without any bsods while running no gpu.
So I assume all the other components in my computer's fine?

My System SpecsSystem Spec

 BSOD while loading World of Warcraft with EVGA 750 ti sc

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