I have been suffering this problem for a long time, and it's now getting much worse. ANY game I try to play, I get a BSOD very quickly, usually within a minute or two of starting the game. (I used to be able to play for a while) I RARELY get a BSOD when just in regular windows, surfing the net, etc... I have swapped out my video card with my brother's and the problem is still there, so I know it's not the video card or video drivers. I even wiped out the C: drive and re-installed XP from scratch. Interestingly, I DID get a few BSOD's while trying to run the setup program. The first part went fine, but in the second part of the install when it's graphical....there came the BSOD's. After a few tries finally got a clean install. Could it be a power supply problem? If I'm close to maxing this PSU out and I run a 3D game, does that increase power usage? Here's my specs: Intel Pentium 2.4c ASUS P4C800E-Deluxe Motherboard 1xATI Radeon 9800 Pro (128MB) - AGP8X 1xPCI TV Tuner Card 2x512MB PC3200 Samsung RAM (as per ASUS QVL list) 2x160GB Maxtor SATA Hard Drives (connected to the Intel ICH5R Raid Controller) 1x120GB Maxtor SATA Hard Drive (connected to the Promise Controller) 1xLG Super-Multi CD/DVD Burner 5x80mm Case Fans Enermax 350W Power Supply I have tried removing, cleaning and testing the memory, ran tests for over 12 hours and no errors on either stick. I tried running windows wth just 1 stick of ram installed...same BSOD problem...tried just the other stick..same BSOD problem. So, I don't *think* it's the RAM...hopefully someone can make sense of these minidump's. Thanks!!!!