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  1. Ok for now everything looks good, I will let you know if any problem occurred I have 2x4GB DDR3 1600Mhz RAM and my M.B only supports up to 1333 speed, so I manually in bios fixed it to run only at 1333Mhz
  2. +1 Definitely try your card in their machine or their card in yours. I think I just might found the problem, my motherboard only supports up to DDR3 1333 RAM (and an overclocked 1333) and my RAM has 1600 Frequency, in bios the RAM frequency was set to auto so I switched it to manual and adjusted it to 1333 Mhz, and I think that did the trick because the system is stable since and completing all stress tests without a problem including prime95, I thought first the RAM downgrade itself automatically to 1333 but maybe it was just running at 1600 under pressure so making my system unstable or something, hope that fixed the problem though still under testing and if not i will try to borrow a gpu from a friend and test the system with it. Thanks all for your help it was really appreciated
  3. Yap, could be the ram. I would suggest testing the two sticks separately. Ok I'm getting a little bit frustrated I ran memtest86 overnight and I got 6 passes with no errors and yet again ran prime95 and give me a BSOD, and I stressed CPU separately using Furmark's CPU burner and no problem occurs So is 6 passes enough to make sure that the RAM isn't the problem here but actually I didn't test the two sticks separately I thought I ran the test first if any errors appeared then I test them separately is that right ..
  4. Yes only while gaming Ok I stressed the gpu using Furmark and there was no problem but I stressed it for like 15 min and I don't know the proper time though and the max temp was 79C, also stressed the cpu and memory using prime95 and I experienced a BSOD while stressing using the option "Blend. Tests some of everything, lost of RAM testing" and here is the report: Could it be the RAM? I only get the problem while gaming and I doubt that my onboard card can handle any game I never tried it before though, and yes this artifacts has rainbow colors, I don't see a triangle but when I encounter the problem the game completely freeze and I use the windows task manager to exit it and use windows but yet the whole windows doesn't work properly some programs like firefox hangs and doesn't show colors just black stuttering and i restart the computer to get back everything to normal Thanks all for your replies
  5. Yes I did updated the video drivers to the latest one recently because someone suggested that would fix the problem, and I downloaded it from the official site of AMD and just install it. No specific games I have it during Far Cry 4, Pro Evolution Soccer 2015, WWE 2k15, even with the old Prince of Persia the forgotten sands.. The time before it happens is completely random 1-2 hours of playing but I rarely get a BSOD immediately after starting the game it happened like once Thanks for your replay
  6. So I recently having some unusual symptoms it mainly happens while playing games, the game freezes and I can't continue and when that happens I face one of the two things below : 1- I get a BSOD so I force restart 2- The game freeze but I can close it through the task manager and I can explore windows normally BUT I get like some artifacts while using some programs and games etc ... and i have to restart also to get rid of these artifacts Am I experiencing a dying GPU ? My built AMD Phenom II X4 965 ATI Radeon HD 5770 (40C idle , 70-80C while gaming) 8 GB RAM GA-78LMT-S2P Seasonic ECO 600W PSU Examples of the BSOD I get http://i.imgur.com/pAVXTr6.jpg http://i.imgur.com/pLcuVXh.jpg http://i.imgur.com/LK1LDpZ.jpg http://i.imgur.com/CccADKd.jpg
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