Keep in mind, all of this started last night at about 8 PM So I was using my computer normally as I have been since I got it (some time ago), and out of no where it completely freezes up, nothing works. So I press the power switch, and after some time (pretty long, thought it was weird and worth mentioning) it turns off and I restart. Everything seems fine, so I go back to what I was doing. Then, it happens again (within I'd say 30 minutes of the first one). I'm getting kind of annoyed now, so I restart it again and scan my computer for some bug. Nothing was found on my computer, so I'm thinking it must be a problem with power supply or overheating. After a couple more freezes (longer intervals, though), I check my fans and they're all working, and I really didn't want to go through the hassle of checking my power supply, so I just turned my computer off for the night and tried it about an hour ago. Today, about 10 minutes after turning it on, it freezes for a few seconds then slams me with the blue screen error. I do play computer games, but I don't just get it when I'm playing them; it happens when I'm on the internet (for example). I haven't reproduced the error YET, so I don't know what to think of it. Right now I'm booted with a past set up so maybe it was a bad installation. Whenever my computer is about to go down, it makes clicking noises for a while before it does (the actual computer, not a noise on the internet or something), which actually makes me think it's definitely not some program. I haven't gotten the error itself to pop up again (rebooted in last known working settings), but I still get the freezes. The error read more or less like this: Your computer needs to be turned off to prevent further damage to your computer...Beginning Physical Memory dump now. I will get a copy/paste from the log next time it happens. Edit: I also don't get the BSOD every time it freezes, I've only gotten BSOD once and it's freezed I'd say close to 8 times. I've had it off for most of the day.