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Windows 7: Multiple BSOD's (Possible overheat on hardware)

29 Aug 2016   #1

Windows Ultimate 64Bit
Multiple BSOD's (Possible overheat on hardware)

I Have an Origin Gaming Computer that just recently underwent possible overheating due to a cooling pump failure.

For the longest time was not even able to reinstall windows because during the install it would BSOD. Updated BIOS and reset CMOS and WALA was able to reinstall windows.

I Purchased new SSD's because I thought the SSD's crashed in Raid 0. Computer is currently running in Safe Mode and lasts about 15 minutes until it BSOD's again.

I attached the MiniDump's and would love any help determining the the problem whether or not it be hardware or software. My guess is that it might be either a failing graphics card or motherboard, but not completely sure as this is my first build that has ever experienced a problem like this.

P.S. The Dump 5772 is the one that occurs in safe mode and the other one occurs 5-6 seconds after booting normal windows.


Power Supply: 1.2 KW Corsair AX1200
CPU Cooling: Liquid Cooling
Motherboard: ASUS Rampage IV Extreme
Processor: Intel Core I7 3960x 3.3 GHZ Overclocked to 5.2GHZ
Memory: 32GB Cosair Vengeance DDR3 1866Mhz
Audio: Creative SB Recon 3D

Edit: Both dumps occur in both safe mode and normal windows.
Update: ran Memtest and memory is not the issue.

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30 Aug 2016   #2

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