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I was firing up GTA 5 today. Clicked play, the system froze for 20 seconds and then the monitor shows the equivalent of no signal. Monitor then shows a blue screen of death 5 seconds later. Left it to cool for a while, that fixed the blue screen. Started watching naruto shippiuden, 6-8 episodes later, blue screen again. What is dying in my PC? Is it the ram? The R9 280x? Turnip?

Played 4 hours straight day before yesterday; no blue screen...

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I was firing up GTA 5 today. Clicked play, the system froze for 20 seconds and then the monitor shows the equivalent of no signal. Monitor then shows a blue screen of death 5 seconds later. Left it to cool for a while, that fixed the blue screen. Started watching naruto shippiuden, 6-8 episodes later, blue screen again. What is dying in my PC? Is it the ram? The R9 280x? Turnip?

Played 4 hours straight day before yesterday; no blue screen...

Are you overclocked ? Might be the CPU, GPU or PSU.

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I was firing up GTA 5 today. Clicked play, the system froze for 20 seconds and then the monitor shows the equivalent of no signal. Monitor then shows a blue screen of death 5 seconds later. Left it to cool for a while, that fixed the blue screen. Started watching naruto shippiuden, 6-8 episodes later, blue screen again. What is dying in my PC? Is it the ram? The R9 280x? Turnip?

Played 4 hours straight day before yesterday; no blue screen...

Its probably the Turnip in it. Try replacing with a new one.

 

ok seriously. Have you checked your temps in your PC while running after a while? Maybe something is getting to hot (sounds like gpu to me, but i could be wrong). start with that first.

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How old is the System? Did you do any upgrades recently? Have you cleaned it recently?

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Are you overclocked ? Might be the CPU, GPU or PSU.

no overclocked whatsoever... Maybe some on the ram

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Its probably the Turnip in it. Try replacing with a new one.

 

ok seriously. Have you checked your temps in your PC while running after a while? Maybe something is getting to hot (sounds like gpu to me, but i could be wrong). start with that first.

the GPU was cool to touch, nothing abnormal

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no overclocked whatsoever... Maybe some on the ram

You have the ram overclocked? remove the OC on the ram.

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I was firing up GTA 5 today. Clicked play, the system froze for 20 seconds and then the monitor shows the equivalent of no signal. Monitor then shows a blue screen of death 5 seconds later. Left it to cool for a while, that fixed the blue screen. Started watching naruto shippiuden, 6-8 episodes later, blue screen again. What is dying in my PC? Is it the ram? The R9 280x? Turnip?

Played 4 hours straight day before yesterday; no blue screen...

Have you been checking the temps inside your pc while gaming?

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How old is the System? Did you do any upgrades recently? Have you cleaned it recently?

4690k and a brand new 280x and PSU

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Have you been checking the temps inside your pc while gaming?

not as of late

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4690k and a brand new 280x and PSU

The new PSU could be the issue. What is the PSU and what are the specs of your system?

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HDD: 2TB WD Green  GPU: Gigabyte GTX 1660 Ti 6GB Windforce  PSU: Corsair CX 600W  

HTPC - Case: CiT MTX-007B   Motherboard: Biostar H61MGV3, CPU: Intel i5 2400  RAM: Patriot 4GB 1333MHz SSD: 240GB Toshiba SSD PSU: 180W CIT (Came with case)

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no overclocked whatsoever... Maybe some on the ram

Is there a crash log ?

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It would be good if you can provide the error code of the BSoD.

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You have the ram overclocked? remove the OC on the ram.

had it overclocked on a LGA 775 system, will try to reset the ram. Can you do that on a b85 mobo from gigabyte?

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had it overclocked on a LGA 775 system, will try to reset the ram. Can you do that on a b85 mobo from gigabyte?

should be able to

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The new PSU could be the issue. What is the PSU and what are the specs of your system?

it is a very high quality psu. Antec edge EDG750 80+ gold m8

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it is a very high quality psu. Antec edge EDG750 80+ gold m8

Ok. But whats the rest of your system?

Motherboard?

RAM?

Storage?

GPU?

etc

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HDD: 2TB WD Green  GPU: Gigabyte GTX 1660 Ti 6GB Windforce  PSU: Corsair CX 600W  

HTPC - Case: CiT MTX-007B   Motherboard: Biostar H61MGV3, CPU: Intel i5 2400  RAM: Patriot 4GB 1333MHz SSD: 240GB Toshiba SSD PSU: 180W CIT (Came with case)

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how do I do that?

Go into the BIOS there should be an option that allows you to change the OC. i think its in Memory

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HDD: 2TB WD Green  GPU: Gigabyte GTX 1660 Ti 6GB Windforce  PSU: Corsair CX 600W  

HTPC - Case: CiT MTX-007B   Motherboard: Biostar H61MGV3, CPU: Intel i5 2400  RAM: Patriot 4GB 1333MHz SSD: 240GB Toshiba SSD PSU: 180W CIT (Came with case)

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Ok. But whats the rest of your system?

Motherboard?

RAM?

Storage?

GPU?

etc

Gigabyte b85m-d3h

4690k

1333mhz 4gbx2 Kingston

WD caviar green

R9 280 tri x

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Update: was unable to reset the ram speeds and just had a bsod again

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Update: was unable to reset the ram speeds and just had a bsod again

Can you remeber what the code was? When it BOSDs again write down the code it shows. The code can tell you more about what the cause is.

 

By the sounds it could be the RAM.

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HDD: 2TB WD Green  GPU: Gigabyte GTX 1660 Ti 6GB Windforce  PSU: Corsair CX 600W  

HTPC - Case: CiT MTX-007B   Motherboard: Biostar H61MGV3, CPU: Intel i5 2400  RAM: Patriot 4GB 1333MHz SSD: 240GB Toshiba SSD PSU: 180W CIT (Came with case)

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Can you remeber what the code was? When it BOSDs again write down the code it shows. The code can tell you more about what the cause is

how do i read what is written in a dump file?

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how do i read what is written in a dump file?

What OS?

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HDD: 2TB WD Green  GPU: Gigabyte GTX 1660 Ti 6GB Windforce  PSU: Corsair CX 600W  

HTPC - Case: CiT MTX-007B   Motherboard: Biostar H61MGV3, CPU: Intel i5 2400  RAM: Patriot 4GB 1333MHz SSD: 240GB Toshiba SSD PSU: 180W CIT (Came with case)

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