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Old August 27, 2009, 11:23 AM
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Originally Posted by Arinoth View Post
It could be when you were over clocking you may have damaged either the cpu (one or many of the cores), the motherboard itself, or the ram
when clocking all i did was slowly move the QPI up, and this happened before i clocked it... but only in 3D games, and recently Prime 95 (happened once when itunes crashed....)

first it would happen in fear 2... then crysis (other games i play honestly dont work anything very hard...) and now prime 95 did it.
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