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BSOD whilst gaming

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I'm wondering if I can get some help here. I've had 4 blue screens over the past two weeks of my new build. At first when I shared some of the dumpfiles I was told that It could be a driver/RAM issue. So I rolled back to drivers 314.22, which have bluescreened twice since I've had them installed on the system. So I went ahead and did the following tests:

  • Memtest86 - 7 Hours, no errors.
  • Prime95 blend - 3 Hours, no errors.
  • Furmark - 1 hour 30mins - BSOD.

So out of the tests I ran Furmark got me a BSOD after stressing my GPU full load. Temps were never over 50c since the card is watercooled. As much as I would hate it to be a faulty GPU, it may well just be but my real question is can anything else actually cause this? Is there anything else I can test to make sure and confirm my findings? Can I be totally sure that this still is not the RAM from the tests given?
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this helped with my bsod caused by realtek . . .

http://www.nirsoft.net/utils/blue_screen_view.html

scroll down just above the chart is the dl link. dump files are fine but you need a resident expert here in ocn who is at times present.

now, i am not sure about nvidia cards but ati card temps consists of core and vrms. i use HwInfo for that . . .

http://www.hwinfo.com/download64.html

wish you the best.
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