My new build for 2011
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April 17, 2011, 11:05 PM
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Join Date: Feb 2008
Location: Courtenay, B.C
My System Specs
If i can avoid another reinstall I will.
besides these bluescreens this thing is as stable as any other computer
as long as I don't shut it down...
NO...wrong...you shouldn't be getting ANY BSOD......I never get em on my build (in my Sig)...and if I do ? I figure out why and correct...BSOD means its not stable and in your case, likely a HW issue (RAM), Software issue can only be determined buy 1st trying a clean install of W7!!! If you cannot even make it through a simple install of W7 without errors then again it points to either a RAM issue (likely), or a "MOBO bent pins issue...less likely), but it certainly isn't a PSU or GPU problem!!
Here you go for your RAM....why get em through your builder and give them the extra mark-up???
For $80 buy the stuff, wait till it get delivered, uninstall your old reinstall the new and try it out...?!...get your mitts wet with your new Rig...if it doesn't solve the issue, then go back to your "builder" a little more knowledgeable
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3DMK 13 Fire Strike
...I love the smell of new HW
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My System Specs
3930K @ 4.9 Ghz w Swiftech H320 (Push/Pull Nocuta NF)
16 GB -Dominator 1866 Mhz
SLi - Evga GTX 780Ti SC
SSD - 120GB Intel SATA 3 (OS n Apps) SSD - 240GB Vertex II SF (Games) HDD - 640 GB WD Black (Data) HDD - 2TB WD Red (Data)
Corsair AX 1.2 kW
Corsair 900D w 4 Penetrators and Lamptron FC9 Fan Controller
Onboard Realtek HD
- LG BD-RW DVD RW
Dell U2711 - 2560 x 1440 Res
Windows 7 Home Premium SP1 x64
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