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View 1 Replies View Related Many BSOD's After Running Skyrim For 10 Minutes? StompinpanginSep 18, 2012, 5:43 AM Okay. Some DDR3 ram defaults to 1.65 volts and the BIOS will set it that way, even though it shouldn't. I had problems when I updated my drivers and had to uninstall the AMD program and roll back my drivers. http://harryhooie.com/bsod-playing/bsod-playing-skyrim-various-errors-and-stops.html

Nov 26, 2011 I was playing Skyrim when it first blue screened. BSOD Help and Support BSOD playing SkyrimI have recently started playing Skyrim, and have run into two BSOD so far. Maintained by /u/Thallassa. Apr 7, 2012 I've been getting BSOD everytime I run a game which is graphic intense(like skyrim).I am using Alienware M17x with dual SLI with dual NVIDIA GTX 280m. http://www.sevenforums.com/bsod-help-support/197250-bsod-playing-skyrim-idle-various-errors.html

I was wondering if I was going to have to replace my RAM, when for some reason I decided to switch the sticks to see if that would by any chance Essential Mods A community curated list of 'essential mods.' Troubleshooting Guide Tips for figuring out what's causing your issues! This forum so far has been very reliable. StompinpanginSep 18, 2012, 6:19 AM If it is the VIN1 option, then it is volting over 15v according to HWMonitor.

My System Specs OS Windows 7 Ultimate x64 CPU Intel i5 2500k Motherboard Asus P8Z68-v Memory Corsair 8gb 1600mhz Graphics Card Asus gtx570 Sound Card Nil Monitor(s) Displays 60" Sharp Aquos if your getting those idle temps from the bios then that isnt that abnormal, the bios will put full voltage to your cpu.check your gpu temps as well. Ask ! angrybirds2015Jun 27, 2015, 3:51 PM xStampede said: i7 4790 should run 30-40°C at idle even with stock cooler, your computer is overheating, your case might need more ventilation or the CPU

Fortunately, since I just bought the parts at a local computer store I can return them for a direct swap if one of the parts is the issue. I will attach minidump files with errors of both cards. View 9 Replies View Related Home Submit Resource Tracker Forum Advance Search Privacy Policy| Terms of Use & Service| Contact Us| Copyrights Notice Copyrights 2005-15 www.BigResource.com, All rights reserved

http://newwikipost.org/topic/2M9FKei8llX9AUfgpYrfwidRVA8va0cm/BSOD-playing-Skyrim-error-0x0000007f.html Lol Well thanks for all your help dude I really appreciate it.

I have attached the memory dumps. No harassment or insulting people. permalinkembedsaveparentgive gold[–]fishychan 0 points1 point2 points 1 year ago*(0 children)IMO I don't think you should, I mean your game is seemingly working, so I'd say play with this setup for a while, and Graphics, chipset, SATA, BIOS and so forth.

You can, most times, manually set ram voltages and timings in BIOS. you will see if it gives you errorsrun speedfan, set the charts to record CPU CORE TEMPS (check all the core* labels)Then run "torture tests" in prime 95. Can anyone help me out? Also, what are your CPU and GPU operating temperatures at idle and under load?When was the last time you performed a complete malware/virus scan of this system?

Could anyone provide me with a step by step guide on what to do? check over here Related Resources Blue screens and frustration help me! And it seems that its a different error every time. permalinkembedsaveparentgive gold[–]tinkikiwi 0 points1 point2 points 1 year ago(0 children)It's a program which changes the color tone of your monitor at night- making it more orangey (into the red spectrum) and less hard

The onboard video is Radeon HD 4200 and the card I was using was a Radeon HD 4870. No BSOD When Playing Games For Hours? So here's the problem:Just recently I got a new home-built gaming PC, the specifications of which were actually recommended to me by the nice folk over at Tom's Hardware. his comment is here My PSU may be got manufactured in India.Odyssey 450w Computer Power Supply.I think this PSU is not from a big company.It has no special connecters for the GPU, My GPU gets

I have attach my last 5 minidump. So I'm glad I didn't do that. What I need to know is how much RAM and/or other parts could I upgrade to make it run nice and smoothly, with hardly any if not no lagg at all?

IT HAPPENED AGAIN!!

I got HW Monitor and it shows a voltages section but I can't tell which one is memory. Also, after removing the trojan, the highest temp my graphics card hit was about 52C. Also, what are your CPU and GPU operating temperatures at idle and under load?When was the last time you performed a complete malware/virus scan of this system? Nov 14, 2011 - 64bit system- windows 7 home premium - OEM- hardware is quite old not sure how old though - 1-2 yearskeeps on happening every time i play skyrim

I have been getting frequent BSODs. running windows 7 professional 64bit View 8 Replies View Related BSOD Started When Playing Skyrim, Now On Startup? I'm afraid I'm not familiar with BIOS settings. weblink On Fri 8/23/2013 9:23:26 PM GMT your computer crashed crash dump file: C:\Windows\Minidump\082313-34460-01.dmp This was probably caused by the following module: nvlddmkm.sys (nvlddmkm+0x9336AC) Bugcheck code: 0x116 (0xFFFFFA8014555 video help | post

Monitor temps with Speedfan and run prime95 and tell me how hot it gets.Possibly do the same with 3dmark and GPUtool to check GPU temps and post the results here.If it It should have a memory voltage monitor somewhere... Also, after removing the trojan, the highest temp my graphics card hit was about 52C. 09-29-2012, 11:12 AM #9 makinu1der2 Hardware Tech Team Join Date: Jan 2008 You seriously saved me a lot of headaching.

If not you can come back and mark this thread as Solved. __________________ 09-29-2012, 07:18 PM #10 ExTaCy1337 Registered Member Join Date: Feb 2012 Posts: 11 OS: Windows