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You mean those 313.XX something drivers?
I currently have GTX 660 ti not 560.
Btw, I was just playing BF3 and checked my CPU temperatures, a bit too high? Max : core 0,1,2,3, package : 69,75,71,69,75.
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as long as your under 80C your fine, and yes those are the drivers I am referring to have you installed those?

as well did you check your GPU temp when you were playing.

I would play for 30 mins and check GPU temp on the vid card.
Edited by Bluelighting - 1/29/13 at 7:35am
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Can't you just get a new PSU (1000watt+) and try.. if it doesn't work just take it back..
post #104 of 152
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Yep, Max GPU temp is 70C even on hours of gameplay. Maximum ever was 75C if I remember correctly after hours of playing.
I discovered a process called win32.exe *32, it's always taking up 25% of CPU. I tried ending the process but then nvidia drivers tell me they stopped working so I reboot the PC.
I ended the process tree, ignored the nvidia message, deleted win32.exe ( it's located on the root of C:/ partition ) and rebooted. Now, on boot the system tells me it couldn't find win32.exe. So I did a system restore as I feared that I f***ed up something. I'm almost certain it's a virus, since no process would take 25% of CPU when the CPU is totally idle.
I'll download those drivers, I have 310.XX something, I'll try those 313 drivers I guess they were released very recently and I didn't notice that.
EDIT : My system doesn't need that much power, at all. A friend has the exact same specs including PSU and his PC runs fine. Also, returning an opened package to the shops here is a pain in the ass and they won't accept most of the time.
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post #105 of 152
download and install AVG run a virus scan, update the drivers to the 313.xx and if that doesn't fix it then I would definitely try a new PSU but keep in my mind just because you replace doesn't mean that it will solve the issue.
Edited by Bluelighting - 1/29/13 at 7:51am
post #106 of 152
He doesnt need 1000w psu to test, 600 is enough for his shstem but he only needs to make sure that the new psu is fully functional.
Win32.exe is a virus, google it
And i stil think my theory holds, your psu is faulti, providing uneven streams of power
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The fps fluctuation is normal, but in game freezing and computer crashes is not and first suspect would be perhaps a bad stick of RAM. Test each stick individually using Memtest86+.

Having gone through a number of memory issues recently myself, I saw the title and came here to basically say the same thing.

Depending on the exact system, it could also be something as odd as using memory that is XMP rated, but not setting the memory up to use the XMP profile but rather just running in "Auto" and actually running the memory SLOWER than rated. I had this issue with my G.SKILL Trident X memory on an GA-Z77X-UP7 motherboard.
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Having gone through a number of memory issues recently myself, I saw the title and came here to basically say the same thing.

Depending on the exact system, it could also be something as odd as using memory that is XMP rated, but not setting the memory up to use the XMP profile but rather just running in "Auto" and actually running the memory SLOWER than rated. I had this issue with my G.SKILL Trident X memory on an GA-Z77X-UP7 motherboard.


great suggestion you should double check it.
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The only thing I can think of is that it's either your PSU.. Those random freezes are usually caused by corrupted ram, HDD, or faulty PSU. Seeing as you ran memtest and checked your HDD. I would suggest swapping your PSU if you can with a quality unit like cosair or zalman.
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Thanks for all the suggestions. Unfortunately trying out a new PSU isn't an option atm, no shop will return a PSU if it's opened and has no issues.
Made a full system scan and this win32.exe *32 is still there, ***? Should I just manually delete it and ignore the message " windows can't find win32 "? I highly doubt it's an important file, no system file would use 25% of CPU.
Knucklehead, thanks for the suggestion, tho I'm a complete noob with bios and so, how do I check that?
Edit : Nevermind, Malwarebytes did the job, no more virus biggrin.gif. Same problem with the lag tho. Is that lag in any way normal?
Edited by Skorpian - 1/29/13 at 12:32pm
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