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Whuuut, I can confirm removing the Logitech Gaming Software also completely removes the keyboard and mouse lockups. I have no idea why or how, but it simply works! I am now thinking of a way to fix this, because it's very annoying I cannot use any of the special gaming features smile.gif (not that I use macro keys etc.).

EDIT: I yelled to fast frown.gif. The issue is still there in BF4. I am out of any ideas, what could be causing this problem? (I know this is not the thread I should be asking this)
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edit: read the thread

my cpu gets to 87C at 3.8ghz 1.160v. normal?
Edited by ihatelolcats - 6/28/15 at 9:05am
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my cpu gets to 87C at 3.8ghz 1.160v. normal?

That is a bit warm, if this is during a P95 stress test then you are fine, but it might be time to upgrade your cooling solution.
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@inedenimadam - My temps hovers around 60-70deg C in Prime95, is that OK? Just very surprised that the temps jump up so much whenever load is applied to the CPU. My previous CPU (FX-6350) was a lot more "stable" in that regard, in the way that temps gradually increased, when load was applied.
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