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BSOD!!! HELP!!!!!

t_mo_t

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hey guys,

I was surfing and chatting with my friends while my NBA2K10 minimized, went out for a smoke and when I came back suddenly BSOD screen and it stuck there; I had to reset my comp (now back to default configuration in BIOS)

I took this photo using my cellphone, can someone tell me what I did wrong.


I disabled my core3 cpu because when I tried to test it using OCCT, the graph read as below (after a sudden hiccup in 6mins running; a noise from somewhere inside my machine):


The rest of the graph looks like this








Now, I suspect that my mosfets sink isnt sitting properly since I m using TIM for contact patch (i've ordered thermalpads from dazmode yesterday) and my cpu heatsink isnt seated properly..... I will re do them once I get my thermalpads and i will be using AC mx-3 for the TIM. Any other comments? is my video card shot? is my PSU failing?

Specs @ my profile or you can click My System Specs on the right hand corner of this post.

HELPPP!!!
 

Lpfan4ever

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Hmm, this is probably not of help since you only have one GPU, but when I tried putting in a dead 4870 and tried booting into windows with my 4870x2 as my main card, I got that exact error. Maybe something is dieing?
 

SugarJ

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Bccode 101 is CPU related, and usually caused by overheating from my google searchs. I'd try backing your OC off a bit. I've found that heavily OC'd CPU's tend to have their max OC degrade over time, this may be the case here.
 

t_mo_t

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Bccode 101 is CPU related, and usually caused by overheating from my google searchs. I'd try backing your OC off a bit. I've found that heavily OC'd CPU's tend to have their max OC degrade over time, this may be the case here.
:clap::clap:

thanks!! i m back at stock speed and auto volt now... i will try to apply the thermal pads tomorrow and see if the problem comes back... just to make sure.
 

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