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ok, this has been happening for a while now.

my computer will freeze so randomly. i can be using the internet or watching a movie on my tv through my computer. its getting stupid.

i have replaced my memory, motherboard, PSU, and cpu cooler.

i have it narrowed down to either my video card, cpu or hard drive.

when it freezes i can move my mouse for a few seconds but i cant open anything then the mouse freezes and then the screen either goes white, red or grey.

i also noticed that my cpu temp goes well above 60 with prime on blend with stock clock. whats the deal?
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ok, this has been happening for a while now.

my computer will freeze so randomly. i can be using the internet or watching a movie on my tv through my computer. its getting stupid.

i have replaced my memory, motherboard, PSU, and cpu cooler.

i have it narrowed down to either my video card, cpu or hard drive.

when it freezes i can move my mouse for a few seconds but i cant open anything then the mouse freezes and then the screen either goes white, red or grey.

i also noticed that my cpu temp goes well above 60 with prime on blend with stock clock. whats the deal?
Raise your RAM volt @ stock + 0.05(if stock is 1.65v, raise it @ 1.70V). might help
That temp is way too high. Set your CPU and CPU/NB manually. 1.35V for CPU and 1.10V for CPU/NB. Your mobo might set the stock voltage for CPU, a little bit higher than needed. You can try lower it. My old 955 was stable @ 1.275V(3.2GHz)
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A-Data 256G EK Supreme HF, Water Chiller Windows 8 x64 Seasonic Gold X850 
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LianLi PC-A77 
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FX-8320 Gigabyte 990FXA-UD7 Sapphire HD6970 1600 11-11-11-28 
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OCZ Vertex3 120Gb Heatkiller 3.0, GTX140 + GTX120 Seasonic Gold X650 Lian Li PC-7FN 
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