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Originally Posted by Agoriaz View Post

Ahh, you're using BSV. That explains it then. I use WinDbg, and the .sys files shown were dxgkrnl, dxgmm1 and nvlddmkm. Thanks for the reply.
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Originally Posted by Electrochef View Post

I had similar problems with every Asus motherboard.
I RMA'd the Sabertooth Z77 3 times, until I gave up, got an MSI, and no problems for nearly a year.
Yeah, I have got many M/B from Asus RMA-ed. Switched to Gigabyte.
post #12 of 13
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Hi. I have not RMA the psu. (i did not have the time to go down). However, the computer has hanged today. This is the first time it has done so. It hanged when i was playing Battlefield 4. Could it be due to the other components in the computer that is causing the crash? I cant provide any other details as the computer does not give me any. it only shows a Power Kernel error, event ID 41. i have noticed a whizzing sound. i suspected that it was due to the hard drive, however, i have not had any corrupted files, and the sound had stopped. My boot drive is an Intel 520 series 120GB. My HDD is a WD Blue.

P.S
The computer is already over a year old. Most parts are still under warranty. The store that i bought the system from promised to fix any issues for the first year. is it possible to request for a change in parts? I live in Singapore. they have the lemon law in place.

I am very frustrated with my computer now.
post #13 of 13
Please be more descriptive in regards to "my computer hanged".
Try uninstalling your Symantec/Norton antivirus, and install Microsoft Security Essentials (to make a reference point). Uninstalling and completely removing your Nvidia driver (look up BradleyW's guide on how to), and then reinstall using the driver that came with your 660.
Have you had any further BSOD?
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
i5-2500K ASRock Extreme3 Gen3 ASUS Radeon R9 290X DirectCU II Corsair Vengeance 2x4gb 
Hard DriveHard DriveHard DriveHard Drive
Crucial M4 Western Digital Caviar Blue Western Digital Caviar Green Western Digital Caviar Blue 
Optical DriveCoolingOSMonitor
Samsung S222 CoolerMaster 212 EVO Windows 10 64bit Crossover 27q 
KeyboardPowerCaseMouse
Lenovo OEM Corsair TX650 Fractal Define R3 Medion Erazer 
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Trust High Precision Gelpad Logitech X-230 
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