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try turning off your CPU overclock (run at stock) and see if you get the same issues. Or try bumping up your vCore a notch or 2
i did, i down clocked her to 3.31ghz and ive been benching for 2 hours. no bsod. just when i open windows media player in sli, my computer freezes.
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Format and do a clean OS install.

Learn how to use Norton Ghost, make and maintain images of your system.

Why the f--k don’t more people make images of their systems using programs like Norton Ghost or Macrium Reflect? Really people imaging software has been around for decades...
    
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I had a similar issue. I thought it was my video card because the BSODs would occur when playing games, watching videos etc. I disconnected and reconnected every component in my PC. That worked until a few weeks later the problem returned. Then one day I decided to change the sata cables for my hard drives to a different color. The problem went away. I guess what I am saying is that the sata connections for my hard drives were not working efficiently and were causing my hard drives to fail, thus causing the BSODs.
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Have you tried to run one card at a time in the top slot and see if the BSOD happens again? If it does try the other card and see what it does alone. If they both still give you BSOD then we can rule them out.

If both cards are alone are doing same thing then it sounds like your CPU is over clocked to high or possibly GPU. Is your GPU's over clocked? Your CPU's over clocked given you any trouble before this? Try down clocking back to stock and see if it happens again. If it does then we know it's not the OC on your CPU or GPU.

Another thing we should take a look at is your PSU if it's older might be wearing out, but we'll come back to that later.

Lastly, just out of curiousity check your mother board closely inside and check for any bulging capacitors. PCIe issue maybe.

Hey it's a start, let's see what happens. Post back.
     
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Have you tried to run one card at a time in the top slot and see if the BSOD happens again? If it does try the other card and see what it does alone. If they both still give you BSOD then we can rule them out.

If both cards are alone are doing same thing then it sounds like your CPU is over clocked to high or possibly GPU. Is your GPU's over clocked? Your CPU's over clocked given you any trouble before this? Try down clocking back to stock and see if it happens again. If it does then we know it's not the OC on your CPU or GPU.

Another thing we should take a look at is your PSU if it's older might be wearing out, but we'll come back to that later.

Lastly, just out of curiousity check your mother board closely inside and check for any bulging capacitors. PCIe issue maybe.

Hey it's a start, let's see what happens. Post back.
1.) my old 9800gtx+ gave several bsod's in benchs. its at stock speeds. the evga did not, pc just froze. its at lower than stock (matched to xfx)

2.) motherboard has no bulging caps.

3.) ran 1hour 102% mem test. no errors. ram is auto voltage, no OC stock timings.

4.) underclocked cpu to 3ghz, no crash. 3.2, no crash 3.3 crash. 3.52 no crash. using 1.5125v cpuid reads 1.4850v

5.) top slot gpu never hits past 70c bottom hits 82c *PEEK*

6.) CPU hits 44c PEEK

7.) HDD hits 32c PEEK

8.) mobo hits 40c PEEK

9.) PSU is a refurb. has never givven problems.

10.) BSOD just started on the 19th, when i switched to new drivers to get ready for new card comming (sli)

11.) ive tried many drivers, all crashed. on newest NON beta drivers. 4 hours running, played MW2 for an hour. no crash, but low fps. sometimes as low as 56fps. (always has been 90-91 steady)

12.) 1st gpu reads avrage ussage of 92% 2nd reads average of 73%

13.) cables are not hot or warm (not being overused)

will do more tests to figure this out. reformatting is not an option. but i do have everything backed up on external HDD. xmod should calm down.
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UPDATE

randomly fixed itself. let windows install 270.xx drivers. no more crashing.
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UPDATE

randomly fixed itself. let windows install 270.xx drivers. no more crashing.
Woot! A lot of times it's something minor from both camps.
     
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I had similar issues with 9800GTX+'s in SLI. It's very driver-specific as to what won't crash and what will. Back when I had them, the 182s were the noncrashy ones.

EDIT: Looks like you had a driver issue as well and that the 270s fixed it. Good times
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I had similar issues with 9800GTX+'s in SLI. It's very driver-specific as to what won't crash and what will. Back when I had them, the 182s were the noncrashy ones.

EDIT: Looks like you had a driver issue as well and that the 270s fixed it. Good times
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