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Yea that happened a lot of time in the last 4 month Hard lock, looping sound like 1 time minimum per week when using 12hour days


Idk why when idle or playing game.. On stock setting..

But now nothing from the 2 last week i run furmark and prime95 10 hour at the same time no error and im overclock to 3.5ghz...

The freezing was at stock setting idk i upped the voltage when overclocking gonna test default setting this night with furmark and prime95 if it freeze it cpu-motherboard

if nothing is probably a driver that was wrong.. (Nvidia ) i have a old gts250 so..


Any idea im asking that because i can drop a xeon x3360 and run bf3 bf4 well yep core 2 duo e8400 suc hell in this game mad.gif Cheaper than complete upgrade


Idea?? Motherboard having to low volt because of a drop ? bad vrm? Cpu dying'

Memtest passed 15pass hdtune seagate etc on hardrive so and psu is brand new an antec Vp450 can output 22amp per rail so


Thank you everyone! biggrin.gif
Edited by bonami2 - 9/23/13 at 6:14pm
post #2 of 9
Please post your computer specs here, and you can try updating your device drivers and/or BIOS version/firmware of your motherboard.

Oh god, You have a GTS 250. The random freezing i'm 99% sure it's from that graphics card, try stress testing it. That card went up to 120°C once for my friend, overheated basically. It's your graphics card causing it to freeze randomly. Your overclock is 100% safe for that cpu, because you're not overvolting the CPU that much.

Correct me if i'm wrong, but my friend had the same problem as you with the random freezing, for him it turned out to be the graphics card. His graphics card is a Zotac Nvidia GTS 250. Cooling was terrible i think. The Nvidia Gxx 200 and 400 series had heating issues with some of those graphics cards models on that line.

Edit: I can gaurantee it's not your CPU or Motherboard and Drivers.

How long have you been using that GTS 250, my friend's one died after 3 years.
Edited by benjamen50 - 9/24/13 at 5:55am
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post #3 of 9
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It a asus Engts dark knight special edition with copper pipe no overheating at all furmark at 62c for 8 hour biggrin.gif



But i cleaned it and from there no more black screen in occt yea did not says that because after driver update this not happen lol occt is a strange program

Idk i got freeze idle so wth.gif
Edited by bonami2 - 9/24/13 at 5:06pm
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OK then I can rule out it's not the graphics card then if it's never gone near 90°C or higher. Now to your CPU or motherboard, how high have you read from the CPU's maximum temperature?

Also could you run a Prime 95 stress test and tell me if you find any errors from prime 95 or WHEA errors (which come from the windows event logger system tab).

If you get any errors, try pushing up a notch on the CPU voltage and see if that fixes anything.

When I had a Intel Core 2 Quad, I had to pump 1.32625 volts into the cpu at 3.2 gigahertz. You'd be surprised.

3.6 GHz on a core 2 duo, now that's a awesome overclock for that cpu.

But in the end I think its your motherboard, could be that it can't handle that much of a overclock and be stable.
Edited by benjamen50 - 9/24/13 at 8:06pm
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post #5 of 9
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The freeze was at stock latest bios and temp never over 60c with an Coolermaster n520 at 3.5

It core 2 duo e8400 at 3.0 it supposate to do at least 4.0ghz up with good board tongue.gif


I dont think it heat i have a fan on the northbridge that i put myself some time ago.

and their like 4 fan that push backward
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One question, are you using Windows 7 or Windows 8?
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7 pro fresh install was freezing too smile.gif
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How old is that CPU, maybe you could be unlucky and the CPU is aging.
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post #9 of 9
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I was thinking of that he have over 900 days of 24/7 on stock cooler the low profile from intel 75c full load Idk gonna test it tonight with prime 95 overclocked and gonna try next night stock


Prime 95 blend with the round off checking enabled


Thank for helping smile.gif
Edited by bonami2 - 9/24/13 at 8:34pm
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