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Alright so I just had another BSOD, yesterday I had small FFT on for around 7 hours with no fail. All that was happening today on the BSOD was Just Cause 2 was minimized, I was browsing the internet and had MSN open.. ***.. :/
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Again, try using Intel Burn Test instead of Prime. It stresses the CPU more.
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Small FFT's primarily stress the CPU whereas large FFT's stress the RAM so you may still have an issue there with the RAM. I would suggest running Memtest again from the boot disk just to make sure that they have a clean bill of health.

As rui has stated, IBT is a quicker way to check stability, although it is not necessarily going to root out memory issues as thoroughly.
     
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Again, try using Intel Burn Test instead of Prime. It stresses the CPU more.
I ran it for 50 cycles on maximum, should I try 100?
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Small FFT's primarily stress the CPU whereas large FFT's stress the RAM so you may still have an issue there with the RAM. I would suggest running Memtest again from the boot disk just to make sure that they have a clean bill of health.

As rui has stated, IBT is a quicker way to check stability, although it is not necessarily going to root out memory issues as thoroughly.
I will try that, I'll use that ultimatebootdisk thing too
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I ran it for 50 cycles on maximum, should I try 100?
50 passes is more than enough.

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I will try that, I'll use that ultimatebootdisk thing too
When you run Memtest and there is a problem with your RAM, usually you will see the errors pop up within the first 10-15 minutes, if not, sooner. However, if it goes through at least 3 passes without any error whatsoever, I would suggest taking a look at your logs in Event Viewer and seeing what error messages show up right around the date and time you experienced any BSOD.

Looking over again what you described, it seems your BSOD's happen when a GPU accelerated task is running (games and YouTube). It's possible you may see the Nvidia driver has stopped responding in your logs. If not, I think the next step should still be to check the stability of your video card by running 20-30 passes of any or all of the following benchmarks: Crysis, Metro 2033, and/or Just Cause 2. If any BSOD does come up, I would suggest reverting your card back to stock and checking again as it is possible your overclock has become unstable now.

Good luck! Hopefully the above will root out the issue.
     
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50 passes is more than enough.



When you run Memtest and there is a problem with your RAM, usually you will see the errors pop up within the first 10-15 minutes, if not, sooner. However, if it goes through at least 3 passes without any error whatsoever, I would suggest taking a look at your logs in Event Viewer and seeing what error messages show up right around the date and time you experienced any BSOD.

Looking over again what you described, it seems your BSOD's happen when a GPU accelerated task is running (games and YouTube). It's possible you may see the Nvidia driver has stopped responding in your logs. If not, I think the next step should still be to check the stability of your video card by running 20-30 passes of any or all of the following benchmarks: Crysis, Metro 2033, and/or Just Cause 2. If any BSOD does come up, I would suggest reverting your card back to stock and checking again as it is possible your overclock has become unstable now.

Good luck! Hopefully the above will root out the issue.
Thank you for all of your help, I'll try this as soon as possible and let you know how it goes!
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Just had a BSOD again, all I was doing was browsing eBay and listening to music!
It's so random, I was thinking last night how I haven't had one for a while.
What do I look for under event viewer for errors?
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Just a thought. Have you tried doing chkdsk or running S.M.A.R.T. tests on your HDD? That's another source of BSOD.

Might want to disconnect all unnecessary devices, too. I remember my boss' computer getting a ton of BSOD's due to his D-Link wifi adapter (really awful drivers).
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Looking over everything again, it sounds like one of your overclocks (CPU or GPU) is causing issues at random. I would revert the video card back to stock first and see how long you last before you get a random BSOD again, if at all.
     
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