CPressland, on 17 May 2012 - 08:35, said:
Sounds like the GPU is overheating to be honest!
May not specifically be the GPU Core-Temperature, maybe the GDDR Memory.
Pop the case, get a regular desk fan, blow it in there, see if symptoms persist. While not exactly a particularly scientific experiment, it does yield results.
Nebula2020, on 17 May 2012 - 08:35, said:
Try removing the side of the case. Just to see if it helps.
I know you say the temps are normal and stable.
It sounds like a temp thing to me.
It really sounded like a temp thing to me as well. That's why I started switching back and forth between the game and my control center. I switched the fan speed to manual and jacked it up to like 80%. It sounded like a speedboat starting up, and it did cool it off a little bit, but it still stayed within normal range the entire time. Still got the BSOD.
I'll try to house fan thing. In the event that it IS overheating, what can I do to help cool this beast