Random BSOD under Load

By Bicolorpuppet ยท 4 replies
Apr 25, 2013
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  1. I get a random BSOD under load I.E. Prime 95, Battlefield 3. It is a custom system that is about 2 months old this has happened from the Start, I have done a clean install of Windows, ran memtest 86, RMA my ram, moved my graphics card from one slot to anouther, reinstalled my graphics drivers, installed core temp to watch my temps, ran crystal disk on both of my drives.

    I am lost and can not figure out what it is, it is only under load you can surf the web and check your email no problem. Please help

    Here are my system specs:
    AMD FX8350
    MSI 990FXA 80D v2 MaIn Board
    16 GB Gskill 1866 Ram
    EVGA 670FTW
    120GB OCZ SSD (os drive)
    1 TB storage drive
    windows 7 64 bit

    here are the links for my Mini dumps they would not upload
  2. TC Basset

    TC Basset TS Member

    Sounds like a graphic card problem. What temps are you getting after a while of playing?? Have you checked the temperature with something like Real Temp from http://www.techpowerup.com/realtemp/ ? Could be a faulty fan causing overheating. Try another graphics card if you can get loan of one.
  3. Bicolorpuppet

    Bicolorpuppet TS Rookie Topic Starter

    I have run several benchmarks and never get the BSOD the temp of my car never gets over 67 c or so the system is like 2 months old, and everything was, I will run Prime 95 and get a almost instant BSOD. I just did a clean boot and ran Prime 95 for 15 minutes, but I dont know where to go from there

    I also ran Driver Verifier and got two dumps right as windows starts.
    Here are the dumps

  4. TC Basset

    TC Basset TS Member

    I suggest you borrow a friends card - uninstall old card drivers, install friends card and see if that also crashes.
  5. Tmagic650

    Tmagic650 TS Ambassador Posts: 17,244   +234

    Can't read most of the minidumps... A better way to post them is to go to C:\windows\minidump. Minidump files have a .dmp extension. Select all the .dmp files and right-click sending them to a compressed(zipped)folder. Upload that folder as a file here... The minidumps I could read didn't necessarily point to a graphics driver issue

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