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Windows 7: "An attempt to execute non executable memory" BSoD. What's the Cause?

14 Apr 2016   #11

Windows 7 64 bit

Hmm... That's strange. XD

I think I will down clock my CPU soon to 3.4Ghz default since I've gotta wait 4-7 business days for my hardware to come in. I may do this so I can test gaming out and see if I still blue screen. I will upload dump logs if I do crash. Hopefully I won't since if the fault is temperature related due to dust/poor air circulation then down clocking will reduce my CPU temps by a good chunk.

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14 Apr 2016   #12

Windows 7 64 bit

I didn't test it with the 4.2Ghz because I know I'd get extremely high temperatures but by disabling my Turbo Boost OC, I was able to stably play Dark Souls 3 at max settings in full screen mode with 60FPS with some dips to 45 in areas (its port is pretty poorly optimized but oh well). There isn't too much of a difference between 3.4Ghz normal clock and 4.2Ghz while doing normal browsing tasks but hopefully when I change out my fans and redo the paste on my CPU for better temperatures, I will get slightly more performance out of DS3.

My temps are for idle PC/browsing and gameplay:
IDLE: CPU 4.2 @ 37-50-55C - CPU 3.4 (Turbo Boost off) @ 28-37-42C

LOAD: CPU 4.2 @ Up to 80C - CPU 3.4 (Turbo Boost off) @ 39-44-56C 720p medium/max - 1080p full screen 52-55-64 max

GPU LOAD: @ 59-62 max medium settings, 58-64 average - 69 max 1080p
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15 Apr 2016   #13

Windows 10 Pro

FYI, it is highly recommended that you stop all OC while troubleshooting, OC could make the situation only worse!
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