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BSOD When System "thought" That An Intel I5-750 Platform Was An AMD Phenom ?

But even though AMD processors get owned easily when comparing core to core all my computers are still AMD. I have a nice little spreadsheet comaring case sizes, and the Cubitek case is roughly three times the volume of the SG05. And that PSU is a premium unit with a very good 12v rail. The bottom two have a strong video card but a weak CPU. news

But this popup is new and won't close out and I"m sure is malware. Though you will take a hit on the motherboard/RAM costs. the savings will get me a reasonable a heatsink. Must have been a good day.

Gj Kiwi. :) flyingkiwi01-02-2015, 09:15 AMGj Kiwi. :) :D Cheers man. iSunshare doesn't seem to have any terrible reviews (so far, that I've seen) ... And it's modular. Will hopefully be able to assemble today and install the operating systems tomorrow or Saturday.

Like Show 0 Likes(0) Actions Re: Display Driver crashes on RX 460 smoshi Aug 17, 2016 3:23 PM (in response to vonchen) Thank you for the response. Magnifier - I'm still curious to see if your PC has been enlisted in the Insider program - if so, when you look at the properties for "This PC" it will but the shipping cost is ridiculous cannot find them any where else though this will be my next mini-dtx case in anyone is wondering ??? My friend's brother let me make the prchase on his account using my Mastercard loaded with CAD and then my order was cancelled two days ago.

thefeebster11-30-2014, 09:16 PMLooking for alternative opinions on my conundrum. Thank you, _nobody_ 01-29-2016, 09:40 AM #5 satrow Moderator- Microsoft SupportBSOD Kernel Dump Analyst Join Date: Feb 2012 Location: Wales U.K. Will be back! And it does not work, because I have (most probably) WIN 7 64 Ultimate (genuine copy).

I personally use an Sapphire card and it had similar problems, dialing it back helped and since the relive update im even rocking a nice overclock. SniperHF12-02-2014, 12:29 PMRandom googling suggests it fits though I'd imagine it's very tight. I ran the stability stress test for 15 min before I slept, everything seemed fine with no spikes based on the graphs they have there. I was in local, as that's what I usually use.

I'd like to talk about price for just a moment.  Systems "designed for gaming" do not always live up to their hype, especially for one on a budget.  The reason for I also plan on watching movies and game center live on this PC and could possibly be looking at connecting my wife's PS4 to the monitor as well. I dialed back the slight overclock the card came with, to keep GPU at stock voltage. Crashed 2 games in a row so I changed them back to Ultra and no crash.

But if you know what settings to change, the results can actually be very impressive. navigate to this website Oldest comments shown first,bulletin-board style. On a side note, I upgraded my HTPC with the new motherboard when my wife wasn't around.  A couple days later she asked me if I had done something to the system.  I Don't even know if it's available in NZ.

death dealer @ GARRY - no they would be fine, its temperatures you need to worry about especially under increased voltage. The common theme seems to be problems switching between the states. Pingback: Intel Core i7 875K & i5-655K CPU's Review | Unbiased Computer Hardware Reviews - ThinkComputers.org() henry So far, I've been slightly disappointed with the Core i7-875K after reading reviews More about the author Do Make Say Think12-01-2014, 04:50 PMThe ms on monitors is mostly for what is called "twitch shooters" like Call of Duty It's a non issue most of the time; I mean

EDIT: I just put the following together on PCPartPicker. So you wouldn't wait it out then? Hoping for no hardware problems but the only errors I get in the event viewer are display driver crashes so I don't know how what could be the problem.

Can you see which step on the loading screen CPU-Z crashes at before hand?

Well an i7 920 is still a relatively fast CPU, though at stock clocks it will show its age a bit now. Bugger. Good afernoon, yesterday in the evening I got a BSOD which consequently generated an Error Submission to Microsoft, whose answer to that problem was that the ACPI system missed a driver Let's pretend I did a completely a new build and edited this post after seeing NCIX sales.

For comparison's sake, the hardware I've tried is listed in the second link I posted. Then, another small company hit the scene in 2008, they had been selling nVidia-based graphics cards for a couple years, and decided to try their hand in the motherboard market.  In Some kind of driver problem that has happened on the two most recent drivers and it seems like the 9XX GTX series are having a lot of issues with the drivers click site SniperHF12-23-2014, 07:32 PMHere's a pretty cool thread by a guy who fixes "dead" video cards by re-soldering the BGA.