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Just had a another 124 BSoD. It was working for well over a month, so I don't know if this was just a fluke or something. I'm fairly sure that it isn't vcore related, as it only happens at idle (this one did too, watching some Netflix).

Here are some shots of my BIOS settings. Any help is appreciated. Thanks guys. frown.gif

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EDIT: I also have the .dmp and .xml mini-dumps. I don't think they are complete because the system did not go past 75% of the dump.
Edited by rdfloyd - 12/16/11 at 10:35pm
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This may sound crazy, but try disabling GPU rendering in your browser.

I had a problem when my computer gave me random BSoD's when I watch either YouTube videos or Netflix and sometimes just regular browsing the internet when I had my ATI 5870 and had my CPU OC'ed.

And if it's already disabled, then I don't know. frown.gif
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Originally Posted by Semedar View Post

This may sound crazy, but try disabling GPU rendering in your browser.
I had a problem when my computer gave me random BSoD's when I watch either YouTube videos or Netflix and sometimes just regular browsing the internet when I had my ATI 5870 and had my CPU OC'ed.
And if it's already disabled, then I don't know. frown.gif

Heh...Any idea how to disable in Google Chrome? I looked in the options, but I'm fairly sure that they might have hidden it in an "about:" folder.

Thanks! +REP
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yeap! About:Flags thumb.gif
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GPU compositing on all pages
Uses GPU accelerated compositing on all pages, not just those that include GPU-accelerated layers.
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GPU Accelerated Drawing
Enable GPU accelerated drawing of page contents when compositing is enabled.
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Disable GPU VSync
Disables synchronization with the display's vertical refresh rate when GPU rendering. This allows frame rates to exceed 60 hertz. While useful for benchmarking purposes, this also results in visual tearing during rapid screen updates.
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+REP again. Thanks a bunch.

Nothing was enabled except the Vsync option, so I disabled that. We'll see how it goes.
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