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My computer keeps locking up on me, I went to the event viewer but didn't see much in there. The temps don't seem to be horrible but this is after reboot. I am running prime 95 again, its been awhile since I did that to see if my system locks up during that. Will try a memory test after that. During Prime95 I see that Worker 3 & 4 immediately stopped after giving an error, is that normal? Any help would be helpful, bf3 is the only game I play!



    
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Is your video card overclocked? Do you get a BSOD error after you reboot? If so, what is it? If it is just a lock up and reboot, sounds like a video card OC problem if it OC'ed. How about the cooler on your video card, have you tried messing with it lately? Could the cooler be reseated poorly? Have you tried upping the voltage by .01v to see if it helps stability ?
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My video card settings are stock. I haven't messed with my computer at all in probably a year, just cleaning out the dust when its dirty. Video card cooler is clean and stock. I am using the H60 for my cpu.
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My video card settings are stock. I haven't messed with my computer at all in probably a year, just cleaning out the dust when its dirty. Video card cooler is clean and stock. I am using the H60 for my cpu.

So you overclocked your CPU a year ago and havent messed with it? Okay then if your video card is stock its probably ruled out of the problem.

Have you checked reinstalling the video driver? Sometimes BF3 can get glitchy and wonky with corrupted drivers. I had many problems on my 560ti with it.

If its your overclock; your temps seem fine.... Have you tried running your computer under prime for 24 hours to see if the OC is stable still? Sometimes after a year of an overclock, your CPU will need to bump the voltage up by .01 (i upped from 1.38v to 1.39v after a year of 4.8ghz OC).

When you say BSOD, do you get an actual BLUE SCREEN ? Or is it just a reboot? And are you getting some sort of post-BSOD error screen after booting up again ?
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Is this normal for prime95 when its done? Consult stress.txt file, that file wasn't created lol.


[Wed May 15 18:04:43 2013]
FATAL ERROR: Rounding was 0.5, expected less than 0.4
Hardware failure detected, consult stress.txt file.
FATAL ERROR: Rounding was 0.5, expected less than 0.4
Hardware failure detected, consult stress.txt file.
FATAL ERROR: Rounding was 0.5, expected less than 0.4
Hardware failure detected, consult stress.txt file.
FATAL ERROR: Rounding was 0.5, expected less than 0.4
Hardware failure detected, consult stress.txt file.
FATAL ERROR: Rounding was 0.5, expected less than 0.4
Hardware failure detected, consult stress.txt file.
FATAL ERROR: Rounding was 0.4999389648, expected less than 0.4
Hardware failure detected, consult stress.txt file.
[Wed May 15 18:17:42 2013]
FATAL ERROR: Rounding was 0.4973144531, expected less than 0.4
Hardware failure detected, consult stress.txt file.
Self-test 1024K passed!
    
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What PSU do you have?

It only says 600 watts that does not tell anything

Please dont let it be a Mod XStream Pro or a GX or even worse a TR2
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So you overclocked your CPU a year ago and havent messed with it? Okay then if your video card is stock its probably ruled out of the problem.

Have you checked reinstalling the video driver? Sometimes BF3 can get glitchy and wonky with corrupted drivers. I had many problems on my 560ti with it.

If its your overclock; your temps seem fine.... Have you tried running your computer under prime for 24 hours to see if the OC is stable still? Sometimes after a year of an overclock, your CPU will need to bump the voltage up by .01 (i upped from 1.38v to 1.39v after a year of 4.8ghz OC).

When you say BSOD, do you get an actual BLUE SCREEN ? Or is it just a reboot? And are you getting some sort of post-BSOD error screen after booting up again ?


I got a blue screen after the game locked up, then it reboots quickly (no time to write anything down) and boots up as normal. The computer did the same exact thing last night when I was playing but didn't make it a big deal but it just did it again today so I made this thread. So I should try to bump up the voltage? The prime95 was running but it quit, it was set to 8 tests on the blend mode.
    
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What PSU do you have?

It only says 600 watts that does not tell anything

Please dont let it be a Mod XStream Pro or a GX or even worse a TR2

Uhhhhh lmao TR2 RX 850W actually. I had some 600 watt but it was bad.
    
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Uhhhhh lmao TR2 RX 850W actually. I had some 600 watt but it was bad.

Oh my god

I dont know how to tell you this and i am not trying to be rude or insult you in any way just trying to help

Your PSU is crap and if pushed too far could die or even blow up

It could very well have something to do with why you get BSOD when you play BF3

Just read this
http://www.hardwaresecrets.com/article/Thermaltake-TR2-RX-750-W-Power-Supply-Review/902/9

Its downright a dangerous unit
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Uhhhhh lmao TR2 RX 850W actually. I had some 600 watt but it was bad.

Hahah i have this same PSU and we were talking about this in another thread on how bad the TR2 PSU's are..... and how im trying to replace it...
anyways back to the subject... my suggestion to see if it is a CPU or PSU problem.... to run prime 95 for at least 12 -16 hours to see if you get any instability; if you do... try upping your voltage to see if it is.... if it passes prime 95 then it must be something else (i think) could be a PSU issue? if its not a GPU or CPU issue.
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