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Originally Posted by Am*;13414874 
Hmm that is odd.

By any chance, did you disable/change anything in the BIOS recently? Like any power-related features?

And can you please upload a screenshot of what it says in HWMonitor?

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Edited by alive - 5/8/11 at 1:15am
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post #22 of 55
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ok!!i got the blue screen and the error:0x00000050(0xff........,....,....,....,)!!!
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It could be RAM, your temps are normal. Take out one of your RAM sticks and try again.

Edit: Can you make a SS with every component visible like this? I wanna see what's on the bottom, and to determine if these 80°C I see here is your GPU. Because if this temperature is in idle, it's severe.
Edited by Benz - 7/10/11 at 3:09pm
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It could be RAM, your temps are normal. Take out one of your RAM sticks and try again.

Edit: Can you make a SS with every component visible like this? I wanna see what's on the bottom, and to determine if these 80°C I see here is your GPU. Because if this temperature is in idle, it's severe.
80°C is not my real temp!!!Actually is now about 38-40°C cpu with my home water cool and room temp about 28°C maybe 32°C and 36°C outside!!
Now i have 2x 2gb ddr3 1333mhz a nd 1x1gb ddr3 1333mhz on 64 bit system!!!
I had tried to start my pc with only one ram and all of them work perfect!!

I'm sorry, i can't understand>(Can you make a SS with every component visible likeI wanna see what's on the bottom, and to determine if these 80°C I see here is your GPU. Because if this temperature is in idle, it's severe.)Can you explain what do you mean?
Edited by alive - 7/11/11 at 7:12am
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post #25 of 55
Make a screenshot like THIS <---Click on THIS. I must see everything in HWMonitor, in order to help you.
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post #26 of 55
Looks like a component on your motherboard is at 80C, which is way too high. Your CPU temps look perfectly normal. With watercooling systems airflow to the motherboard can sometimes be forgotten, so try aiming a fan right at the motherboard and see if that does anything.

Does the 80C temperature ever change, or is it always at 80C? If there's never any change I would guess it's a faulty temperature probe and there's really nothing to worry about. This would also mean the BSODs are likely due to something else.
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post #27 of 55
I think it's his graphics card but I can't be absolutely sure till I see all the components listed in there.
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post #28 of 55
If you look closely at the screenshot you can see that the temperature is under the motherboard tab. His graphics card is listed at the bottom, with its temperatures cut off.
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post #29 of 55
Exactly, so it could be anything, maybe even the PSU.
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post #30 of 55
...There is no PSU monitoring on HWMonitor. Unless you're saying the BSODs could be caused by a bad PSU, in which case you'd be right. That Etasis PSU doesn't have very good reviews, and is likely 3+ years old. Even if it's not yet failing, it seems time for a replacement.
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