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Borrowed a 660ti from a friend. Same issue. Not video related. And lord knows I'm not "upgrading" to 10.
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Originally Posted by XiKeiyaZI View Post

Borrowed a 660ti from a friend. Same issue. Not video related. And lord knows I'm not "upgrading" to 10.

It can be also audio drivers.. but you can see that lots of people have bsod issue with amd fx on windows 7.


Try driver booster application and see if it can find any update drivers for your PC.
Edited by sulc - 5/13/17 at 2:30am
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