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The rig that this BSOD occurred on is my sig rig.
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This problem is recurring. It happens only from a cold boot (meaning the computer has been off several hours). After the first reboot, this problem does not return until the next cold boot. At first sign of the error the sound will start popping/crackling in my speakers or headphones (either aux or usb, makes no difference). After the popping/crackling gets worse then the game might stutter/lag a little then if I don't reboot I get the above BSOD.

I am hoping this is just a driver issue that someone else has had to fix and can tell me how. I am running the latest MoBo bios and latest drivers for my cards.

Thanks!
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OH I ... remember.

I can't remember, lol, if it is the same driver conflict or not, but I used to get similar due to SLI. My SLI-Bridge was the problem I thought. I removed it and was able to post. But I also thought it was due to my motherboard. Mobo could be dying on you?
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Apparently your nvidia drivers are seriously screwing up or having a major conflict with your OS. I would completely shut the machine down, boot after a while and boot into safe mode just to make sure it's not something else. But that looks like the GPU drivers failing on you. Usually just a software issue.
     
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any hardware being overclocked?

what is your IOH set as? I use 1.14 with my overclock. since you have 2 gtx 480 try 1.18?

How did this start happening?
Edited by dagan - 11/2/11 at 10:21pm
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Originally Posted by dagan;15552543 
any hardware being overclocked?

what is your IOH set as? I use 1.14 with my overclock. since you have 2 gtx 480 try 1.18?

How did this start happening?

Yeah my oc on my 950 is same as yours at 1.3v. My gpus are at stock clocks and IOH is at bare minimum allowed. I believe it happened after adding 2nd gpu.
Edited by Dunkler - 11/2/11 at 10:29pm
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I think that problem relates to GPU. Try to boot using one card at a time and see if any bsod.
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