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Will do that tomorrow morning. Also , should I be concerned with the extremely low performance in games such as Dota 2 and wow? I mean my old i5 750 ran these 2 games better than my current build

If you're not playing Multiplayer, then you shouldn't be getting any stuttering at all. A 780 is a very powerful card and for games that you've mentioned, it would barely even take one 1/3rd its actual power.
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Ya that's what i meant, My computer started freezing up during the battlefield 4 beta so i shut my computer off because it wouldn't respond. Turned it back on and no signal to the monitor. Repeated attempt like 4 times still was a no go. Took out the memory and replaced one stick at a time and tried to reboot, still nothing. When i did the long shut down practice like mentioned on page 1 it started up and said something having to go back to default clock speed because the overclock was unstable. So i clicked on the normal mode option and started my computer up as normal. That was the only time it did it too me was during the beta when random stupid crap would happen during game play.
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If you're not playing Multiplayer, then you shouldn't be getting any stuttering at all. A 780 is a very powerful card and for games that you've mentioned, it would barely even take one 1/3rd its actual power.
defaulted my bios setting, enabled XMP and selected normal mode. running pretty stable now with turbo boost enabled. gonna update bios soon
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