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Windows 7: Constant BSOD 124 when running 3D Application.

13 Sep 2015   #1

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
Constant BSOD 124 when running 3D Application.

Hello, new and clueless user here.

Alright i played Artemis yesterday just fine, had to restart for network stuff, still everything fine. After playing for 2 hours i stopped and wanted to queue for a quick match of CS:GO. after 5mins in BSOD 124. Boot again get back in the match same thing 5mins later. Alright something has to be off here. Hearthstone works fine pc runs fine but CS:GO (haven´t tried another 3D app yet) 5mins in BSOD again.

I tried to check everything that i thought was causing the problem, i did the memcheck and the Disccheck through build in Windows command (all good). I tried Furmark and it lasted around 7mins then BSOD again. I did clean the insides of my PC just then and started Furmark again. Lasted around 20min and maybe further but had to stop because of work. I thought the problem was the dust but i just started CS:GO and 2min into the match BSOD 124.

I experienced this kind of crash before with witcher 3 but that depended on the Game version and was solved by OCing my CPU and GPU. I did not try this for CS:GO yet.

I hope you can help me track down the cause of these BSODs, if you need further info just say so.
Thanks in advance!

EDIT: Happened again with RO2. Added latest dmp.

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14 Sep 2015   #2

Windows 7 Ultimate x64

EDIT2: Problem solved. At least somehow. Seems like upping my CPU does the job again, i use the F-Stream tool and voila runs just fine. Well nothing to see here really but would appreciate if someone has a clue why that is happening/ cpu instability.
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 Constant BSOD 124 when running 3D Application.

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