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Alright, so I have recently or sometimes before would get random crashes when I played games for a while, everything is at stock speeds. My temps seem normal, but I have a feeling like my mobo is mest up after holding it so many times when I did a couple things haha. Also, after I installed new ATI drivers I noticed my BF2142 doesn't crash anymore and haven't had a restart since, but when I play cs 1.6 some parts look weird. But about the restarts, could it have been the Graphics card doing it? MOBO? CPU? MEM? everything?
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Could of been a driver conflict issue.
    
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Crashing could be from numerous items: old cpu/mobo bios (could need flashing),
monitor refresh rate to low or high, inadequate power supply for the video card,
ram timings too tight or incorrect voltages, chipset heat too high, etc....

How are your cpu, mobo, psu and gpu temps?
How are your psu rails 3.3v, 5v & 12v looking?
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Crashing could be from numerous items: old cpu/mobo bios (could need flashing),
monitor refresh rate to low or high, inadequate power supply for the video card,
ram timings too tight or incorrect voltages, chipset heat too high, etc....

How are your cpu, mobo, psu and gpu temps?
How are your psu rails 3.3v, 5v & 12v looking?
how do I check my rails?

my temps are HD:64C CPU: 35C SYS:47C PWN: 46C
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