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Hey,

I bought a new monitor today and since hooking it up I get BSOD everytime I play WoW, my OC has been stable for months now so I cant understand whats causing this.

Any ideas?
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do you have your monitor you bought this to replace it with? try the old one and see if it too BSOD's
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no I dont annoyingly I traded it in, but I was using it this morning b4 I traded it in and it was running fine, so the monitor has something to do with it
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post #4 of 11
If you're running a higher resolution you could be stressing your PC more, causing the BSODs.
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If you're running a higher resolution you could be stressing your PC more, causing the BSODs.
Yeah I see what ur saying mate, how would I correct this, with higher voltages?
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How does a monitor cause instability?
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How does a monitor cause instability?
well its a higher res so I guess my pc is working harder to display it
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Yeah I see what ur saying mate, how would I correct this, with higher voltages?
Start by retuning everything to stock and work from there.
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How does a monitor cause instability?
Only thing I can think is that the new display is higher resolution.

Higher res = more stress = BSOD on a system that seemed stable before but actually wasn't.
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post #10 of 11
Double-check to make sure the GPU is still seated correctly, maybe the changing of the cords wiggled it loose, that actually happened here at work. Ended up killing the card too.
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