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Random BSOD for a few days now

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I've been getting these random BSOD(out of the blue), sometimes I crash while gaming, sometimes I crash while browsing the web it's really random. I could play for hours on end and not have a problem, but sometimes after hours of playing I get this.

It says(my phone is a piece of crap that doesn't have USB a old one)
The System encountered an uncorreactble hardware error
The error code is STOP 0X00000124STOP

here is my file http://www.mediafire.com/download/wp983i9rwo60mm8/Minidump_for_OC.zip. would highly appreciate any help thanks!
Edited by Astrick - 8/8/13 at 9:11pm
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Are you overclocked? If so revert to stock settings.

You should also run Memtest86+ to see if your RAM is starting to go.
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Originally Posted by Jahocowi View Post

Are you overclocked? If so revert to stock settings.

You should also run Memtest86+ to see if your RAM is starting to go.
Hi yes I'm OC'd I've been using the same profile/prime 95'd it for around 24 hours and it has no problems only recently out of the blue I've been getting BSOD's randomly. I'll use memtest and tell you how it goes, thanks.
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