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  1. the only thing i didnt do was use arctic (as i have no budget atm) And i didnt spread it out, i let the cpu cooler do that as i got that recommended. Using the AIDA stresstest, it jump to 80 instantly quick jumps to 97 aswell.
  2. re-applied paste but doesnt look like it changed anything. Using the newest prime95 heat test i get 100 degrees but forums also state that the test doesnt like my kind of CPU, and got recommended using a previous version. Using that previous version i hit 80 and don't go over it.
  3. I've tried other sockets and it still crashed, and the current socket shouldnt be overloaded anyways Thanks a lot for your input none the less!
  4. i just did the 15 minute test, this is what i can get in terms of "results" https://gyazo.com/be312ce1ef1944ae2155ce41325485d2
  5. Something i've just now found about the crash aswell. Whenever i crash i get an error message it saying windows shut down half an hour before the crash, but nothing happened at that time. I've added screenshots so you guys can see what i mean. https://gyazo.com/ac0c457bc3aa59bf94c580c65ee1816e https://gyazo.com/42207bb51e1e2678f5ee838276f0669e
  6. a Cooler master hyper 212 evo is the cpu cooler, and i've posted a screenshot of hwmonitor above this reply, ive dont a CMOS and complete new windows install this week as soon as i got the parts returned. No loafs were harmed during the process
  7. How would i do this, and what would it achieve? i've let this run during a complete match of pubg, normally i'd also be streaming this but this comes closest as i could in a short time span to what it crashed on earlier. And i was already thinking of re-applying the paste tomorrow, just to make sure its correctly applied. asus realbench: https://gyazo.com/0f5a3e8737765db94db59dbefa0b1c55 HWmonitor cpu+mobo: https://gyazo.com/dcd9aa103b15daa42d24e372de5e8598
  8. Maximum temps would range around the 80 which were peaks on the cpu, mostly it would range aroundd 50. Gpu would be around 80 aswell but more consistently around 70. i cant see the mobo heat in there though.
  9. I've actually been checking temp using realtemp (which shows both minumum and all-time high for current session) and nothing out of the ordinary shows. And as i said in the post the seller tested the parts so i'd have to "believe" that they aren't faulty. Nothing is overclocked besides the GPU which is overclocked by EVGA, and before i never had any issues with the GPU, only after i installed the new parts the crashing started. (i had the gpu for a year about then)
  10. Hey tech people! So for the past 7 months i've had a pc that shuts down randomly when i'm playing any harder to run games (Ark survival evolved, PUBG). Its a complete shutdown, no restart. As if i flip the switch. The issues started back in december when i switched my Motherboard/MEM/CPU. During a attempt to try and fix this with people on this forum back then we "found" the issue to be the PSU, which i replaced and upgraded. Unfortunately this didnt fix the issue, the pc is still crashing. I have updated all drivers and the bios. The replaced parts are sent back to the sel
  11. this is a video of what happens (incl the coil whine) video-1489912588.mp4
  12. It also happens on overwatch and rainbow six siege, but that only happened a very few times. Any way to check why i'm not getting a bsod?
  13. In the last few weeks (haven't had the chance to try it with a fresh install) i also crashed on Ark: Survival evolved.
  14. Is there a way to make sure of this? (as i dont have a replacement lying around and it'll cost me quite a bit if i send back a part that isnt actually broken)
  15. Its a digital copy (from Uplay) and has been installed several times (all times crashed) Haven't changed my cpu though.