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make a clean install of windows
  
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http://www.overclock.net/t/988215/how-to-remove-your-amd-ati-gpu-drivers
+rep Bradley if helps.
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make a clean install of windows

I've did this, no help
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make a clean install of windows

Be sure to do this!

I will add that the odd RAM config gave me the exact same issues you're experiencing too. I had 2 x 2 on hand for a build very similar to yours OP. It clearly wasn't enough so I added a random 2 GB stick I had laying around. I set everything to the lowest common denominator to lesson compatibility issues. Still, same issues. I removed the RAM and installed 2 x 4 gb of 1600 mhz RAM and all was well smile.gif
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http://www.overclock.net/t/988215/how-to-remove-your-amd-ati-gpu-drivers
+rep Bradley if helps.

I've swiped my drivers multiple times, do you think it is worth doing it again?
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I've swiped my drivers multiple times, do you think it is worth doing it again?
sweeped them with this method? it takes like 7 minutes with the new diver installation, worth a shot before system reinstall.
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I've ran a benchmark (3DMARK) with Firestrike and I've got this score : http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/8749598
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I've ran a benchmark (3DMARK) with Firestrike and I've got this score : http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/8749598

I don't think that's going to give us any indication of an issue. I'm still going with the RAM. You didn't respond to my original comment on it so perhaps you think otherwise?
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I've ran a benchmark (3DMARK) with Firestrike and I've got this score : http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/8749598
That doesn't look bad or outlandish for your setup, IMO.
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I don't think that's going to give us any indication of an issue. I'm still going with the RAM. You didn't respond to my original comment on it so perhaps you think otherwise?

I've tried with only one RAM stick ( the 4GB one, so I had 4 GB in total) but this didn't make any difference. I'm planning to buy more RAM but I'm not sure if it will fix my problem.. I've bought 3 components (GPU, PSU and motherboard) to try and fix this problem but it didn't make any difference. That's why I'm scared of buying new components.
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