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cris0126Feb 14, 2013, 3:24 AM We have the same problem and the same GPU also, Please message me if you solve your problem. Jfswift24 POSTED: 19 Oct 2012 23:31 Gone GonzoPosts: 3117Joined: 2 Nov 2009If your thermal paste on the processor is worn off, that could happen. It still ran 2D games flawlessly. Results 1 to 8 of 8 Thread: Blue screen while playing games on new pc Thread Tools Show Printable Version Email this Page… Search Thread Advanced Search Display Linear Mode http://servergeek.net/bsod/bsod-124-ntoskrnl-exe.html

My gfx card's fan failed on an old PC and it would shut down in much the same way, I'd get artifact's including lines coming out of polygons as it overheated. Coolermaster is not a good brand. Out of curiosity, have you solved many bsod before? It is brand new. http://www.sevenforums.com/bsod-help-support/259700-bsod-usually-whilst-playing-dishonoured.html

Desktop:- Corsair Air 540 Gaming Case, i5-4690 (3.5GHz), 8GB Ram, Nvidia Titan X 2016, Windows 10 Gaming Gear:- Asus ROG Swift PG278Q 1440p 144hz Gsync Monitor, Razer Blackwiddow Keyboard , Razer If it reboots immediately it's probably a heat issue. I don't seem to have a problem with any other games except for Dishonored and X-COM. Works everytime Source:Personal ExperienceAndhttp://www.geekstogo.com/forum/topic/321550-a-fix-for-amd-fx-series-cpu-gaming-issues/ I have been using Orochi CEG and it seemed to be working well.

Sometimes this is helpful when troubleshooting. What case do you want to see in the future? You may have to register before you can post: click the register link above to proceed. I have also heard this happens because of faulty ram but it mainly occurs while playing games, leading me to believe it is because of my graphics card.

If you're doing the same then do not activate the program. If you have: try rolling back to older drivers. Another thing I've heard was running the game on another drive might cause a few bugs, that could be your problem. https://beta-community.bethesda.net/post/36476 I just don't like having "abandoned" on my record or my team mates being punished for something that isn't their fault.

If that were the case, I'd say it's the games themselves, perhaps reinstalling them would be the place to start (backing up save games first obviously) or updating to the latest Sales Advice Check this spec! If you have: try rolling back to older drivers. Random Freeze/Crash While Playing Games PC "weird" crash while playing certain games MSI GTX750 TI OCV1 Crash (Black Screen) while playing recent games solved System crashes often and looping audio while

Does it blue-screen or does it just reboot immediately? https://www.tenforums.com/gaming/25787-what-games-you-playing-right-now-21.html Its the AMD FX processor. Also, ANet fixed the 4v5 pip loss, so..M I L K B O I S May 22, 2016 02:54 +1 Edit Quote Delete Infract Report Permalink Dishonour for blue screen in GameSpot Recommends Promo GameSpot Now: A New Way to Get Your Daily Gaming News Available to download now on iOS, check out the latest GameSpot app and stay up-to-date on everything

The main issue is the computer crashing while playing games such as dishonoured, far cry 3, planetside 2 etc and showing the blue screen with the error message IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL. http://servergeek.net/bsod/bsod-help-interpreting-dmp.html Perhaps the install of that or your games went awry. If not: try updating. I'd give PCS a call could be number of things but the should be able to point you in the right direction.

As they're both new games, did you have to install direct x or other proprietary updates? Does it blue-screen or does it just reboot immediately? You are going to need to get down and solve your blue screening problem. http://servergeek.net/bsod/bsod-during-docking.html Guild Wars, Guild Wars 2, ArenaNet, NCSOFT, the Interlocking NC Logo, and all associated logos and designs are trademarks or registered trademarks of NCSOFT Corporation.

If it's brand new and it's blue screening it could be that something isn't seated right (probably your memory). All I can say is that sometimes is a BSOD (because windows automatically reboots and tells me that it was a BSOD) and other times is not (simply the last 5 Joccaren5 POSTED: 19 Oct 2012 05:54 Premium MemberPosts: 3113Joined: 29 Mar 2011Sounds to me like a heat problem, and with reasonably high end parts you NEED good cooling and cable

Your RAM is a set of identical sticks?

If I plau them for more than an hour or so my computer will crash and reboot. distortedreality:Sounds like dud GPU memory to me, are you getting any artifacts happening before the shut down? And what's your heatsink? The new one should be here by tomorrow.

I didn't blue screen once last season but the fact that it's happened twice now means i need to seriously address it. My friend built it for me back in June and I picked it up at the end of June. My Pc is overclocked and so slightly more unstable. Check This Out If your team wins you shouldn't get dishonour or lose a pip if you did it might be a bug.Senbu Ren[Wind] Herald of Ventari May 22, 2016 15:22 +1 Edit Quote

I was playing Assassins Creed II before that though. Whats New! If I plau them for more than an hour or so my computer will crash and reboot. May 22, 2016 12:03 +1 Edit Quote Delete Infract Report Permalink Dishonour for blue screen in PvP Posted by: MURKATRON.8425 MURKATRON.8425 Famine.7915:As posted above they can't tell your exact reason for

They are really a great help on the phone. 0844 499 4000 Desktop:- Corsair Air 540 Gaming Case, i5-4690 (3.5GHz), 8GB Ram, Nvidia Titan X 2016, Windows 10 Gaming Gear:- Asus A friend of mine has been helping me with the problem and there is no problem with my hard drives, graphics card, or processor. The vertical lines sound like a gpu problem to me. Denamic22 POSTED: 19 Oct 2012 21:02 Premium MemberPosts: 4343Joined: 19 Aug 2009That sounds like hardware failure.I'd wager it's your memory sticks or your graphics card.Could also be a power distribution

distortedreality:Sounds like dud GPU memory to me, are you getting any artifacts happening before the shut down? Online Interactions Not Rated by the ESRB. Get the answer wanderer11Feb 13, 2013, 8:06 PM Oh my mistake. What's the rated power output of your power supply?

Also, check your power cables (both external and internal). You are going to need to get down and solve your blue screening problem. When my computer did that, it didn't take long for the power supply to completely fail.User was banned for: Which Team Fortress 2 character has the best trailer?. (Permanent) FelixG19 Visit http://esrb.org for more information.

The only other recent released games I play are The Walking Dead, Max Payne 3, Borderlands 2,and Darkstalkers 2. distortedreality11 POSTED: 19 Oct 2012 10:48 Premium MemberPosts: 1330Joined: 2 May 2011Sounds like dud GPU memory to me, are you getting any artifacts happening before the shut down? Has anyone else also been having this problem? I would appreciate any help or advice.

Also sometimes when I play games, the monitor just disconnects and the pc freezes which means I have to do a force-shutdown. If you don't know the time(s), it's probably easiest to just click on the 'Level' header and wait for the list to be sorted.