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BSOD unknown error

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I really dont got a clue where to post this so i post it here.

I recently got a eVGA 780i SLI motherboard with 8800GT in SLI and a E6850. Because i already owned the E6850 and had it on 3,6ghz stable i went overclocking immediatly when installed and tried to get it to 3,6 again. But when ever overclocked to 3,2-3,6 (havnt tried with lower overclocked clockspeeds) and i stress it with orthos i just get mutliple errors. After 4 minutes the screen goes black for first time, saying nvlddmkm driver failed and was restored. This happens 2-3 times and then i get a BSOD. This is with SLi enabled. In between orthos DOESNT give me a STOPPED error.

With SLI disabled i can run orthos fine for 20 minutes without getting stopped error and no nvlddmkm driver errors. So if i want to try if its stable i can turn it off and run orthos.

However! The BSOD keep coming back even when im on desktop/gaming but its very rare. I just got one again and grabbed phone to get myself a nice picture for u guy. If anyone knows what the problem CAN be please



+rep for everyone who gets me going again.
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my suggestion

reset CMOS
if thats no go, pull out some RAM you might have fried it
and finally if you actually get a boot screen try safe mode, if thats stable its drivers
    
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the 0x124 is a hard ware failure
try at stock setting and try to recreat it the bsod
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