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How to get Windows to ORANGE SCREEN!!!!! --- STEP BY STEP

TurbulentWinds
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Step 1: Put copper heat sinks on your M.2 SSD because thermals suck

Step 2: Run intensive applications to increase system temperature

Step 3: Watch the adhesive melt, causing the heat sinks to slowly slide towards your graphics card

Step 4: Blue screen while playing Civ

Step 5: Reboot and reload save

Step 6: Turquoise screen while playing Civ

Step 7: Reboot and disable GPU overclock

Step 8: Aquamarine screen while playing Civ

Step 9: Reboot and disable XMP

Step 10: Resume playing Civ

Step 11: ORANGE SCREEN LIKE A G

 

 

 

ORANGE SCREEN WINDOWS 10 VALUE OVER TIME - PC VS MAC

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Thanks for the step-be-step!  Gonna try it tonight.

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Just now, CostcoSamples said:

Thanks for the step-be-step!  Gonna try it tonight.

I appreciate it; it took me a while to find the perfect method!

ORANGE SCREEN WINDOWS 10 VALUE OVER TIME - PC VS MAC

Spoiler

i5 7600k @ 5.0 GHz xD

Corsair H60 with Noctua NF-F12 iPPC-3000 PWM

MSI Z270-A Pro Motherboard

EVGA 1050 Ti SC

16 GB Corsair DDR4 @ 2400 MHz

500 GB Sandisk 950 PRO - Windows 10, Elementary OS, Zorin OS

500 GB Sandisk 850 PRO

1 TB WD Blue

Corsair CX750

1 x Corsair AF120 Quiet Red Led

Rosewell Tyrfing Case

Spoiler

EliteBook 8570w
i7 3720QM @ 2.6 GHz
Quadro K1000M
24 GB DDR3 @ 1600 MHz
250 GB SanDisk 850 EVO - Elementary OS, Windows 10, Debian

Spoiler

i5 3470 @ 3.2 GHz
EVGA 750 Ti SC
8 GB DDR3 @ 1333 MHz
240 GB SanDisk - Windows 10, Linux Mint

 

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54 minutes ago, TurbulentWinds said:

Step 1: Put copper heat sinks on your M.2 SSD because thermals suck

Step 2: Run intensive applications to increase system temperature

Step 3: Watch the adhesive melt, causing the heat sinks to slowly slide towards your graphics card

Step 4: Blue screen while playing Civ

Step 5: Reboot and reload save

Step 6: Turquoise screen while playing Civ

Step 7: Reboot and disable GPU overclock

Step 8: Aquamarine screen while playing Civ

Step 9: Reboot and disable XMP

Step 10: Resume playing Civ

Step 11: ORANGE SCREEN LIKE A G

 

 

 

Hey I realized I don't have a M.2 SSD - do you think it would work if I detach either the CPU heatsink or the motherboard heatsink, and then apply the same adhesive??

 

Thanks!  

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4 minutes ago, CostcoSamples said:

Hey I realized I don't have a M.2 SSD - do you think it would work if I detach either the CPU heatsink or the motherboard heatsink, and then apply the same adhesive??

 

Thanks!  

I'm not 100% percent sure what you mean, but I think your asking if you can use the adhesive instead of thermal paste for the CPU. I guess you could but it would not work at all (toothpaste would be better) and would be a huge pain to get off and could melt down onto the motherboard. Relatively speaking, M.2 SSDs don't produce much heat, but without direct airflow it builds up to extremely high amounts. The copper heat sinks help a lot for the M.2 drives (if you are planning on getting one wait until next gen when the thermal issues are fixed).

ORANGE SCREEN WINDOWS 10 VALUE OVER TIME - PC VS MAC

Spoiler

i5 7600k @ 5.0 GHz xD

Corsair H60 with Noctua NF-F12 iPPC-3000 PWM

MSI Z270-A Pro Motherboard

EVGA 1050 Ti SC

16 GB Corsair DDR4 @ 2400 MHz

500 GB Sandisk 950 PRO - Windows 10, Elementary OS, Zorin OS

500 GB Sandisk 850 PRO

1 TB WD Blue

Corsair CX750

1 x Corsair AF120 Quiet Red Led

Rosewell Tyrfing Case

Spoiler

EliteBook 8570w
i7 3720QM @ 2.6 GHz
Quadro K1000M
24 GB DDR3 @ 1600 MHz
250 GB SanDisk 850 EVO - Elementary OS, Windows 10, Debian

Spoiler

i5 3470 @ 3.2 GHz
EVGA 750 Ti SC
8 GB DDR3 @ 1333 MHz
240 GB SanDisk - Windows 10, Linux Mint

 

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  • 3 weeks later...
7 hours ago, PeteTeradactyl said:

Can we get a YT vid of this pls?

This Seems....*breathes heavily* legitimate

It is. I wish it wasn't, RIP 1050 Ti.

ORANGE SCREEN WINDOWS 10 VALUE OVER TIME - PC VS MAC

Spoiler

i5 7600k @ 5.0 GHz xD

Corsair H60 with Noctua NF-F12 iPPC-3000 PWM

MSI Z270-A Pro Motherboard

EVGA 1050 Ti SC

16 GB Corsair DDR4 @ 2400 MHz

500 GB Sandisk 950 PRO - Windows 10, Elementary OS, Zorin OS

500 GB Sandisk 850 PRO

1 TB WD Blue

Corsair CX750

1 x Corsair AF120 Quiet Red Led

Rosewell Tyrfing Case

Spoiler

EliteBook 8570w
i7 3720QM @ 2.6 GHz
Quadro K1000M
24 GB DDR3 @ 1600 MHz
250 GB SanDisk 850 EVO - Elementary OS, Windows 10, Debian

Spoiler

i5 3470 @ 3.2 GHz
EVGA 750 Ti SC
8 GB DDR3 @ 1333 MHz
240 GB SanDisk - Windows 10, Linux Mint

 

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Interesting, I saw a red screen once

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On ‎10‎/‎23‎/‎2017 at 3:22 PM, TurbulentWinds said:

I'm not 100% percent sure what you mean, but I think your asking if you can use the adhesive instead of thermal paste for the CPU. I guess you could but it would not work at all (toothpaste would be better) and would be a huge pain to get off and could melt down onto the motherboard. Relatively speaking, M.2 SSDs don't produce much heat, but without direct airflow it builds up to extremely high amounts. The copper heat sinks help a lot for the M.2 drives (if you are planning on getting one wait until next gen when the thermal issues are fixed).

why a small m.2 being a pagefilesystem and temporary file/folder system is better use then as OS drive

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