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#1 mrpomato


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Posted 29 March 2018 - 11:49 AM

So for years now my PC has been crashing now and then. 

I have installed many different versions of windows but there has been no change. There are 2 dump files in the attachment. The first one occurred after I increased the voltage of my GPU to try and fix a crashing issue I had with a game. (Game is Path of Exile, Steam version) However increasing the voltage caused a crash so I decided to run the driver verifier in the command prompt. This caused my PC to BSOD causing the second dump file. I booted into safe mode to turn off the verifier and have come to ask for help. 

PC self built

windows 10 enterprise custom os
64 bit
hardware around 3 years old
PC Specs:
GPU: 2X GTX 980 Gigabyte G1 Gaming (Cards running in SLI)
CPU: Intel I7 4790
Motherboard: Asus Hero Maximus 7
Ram: 32GB Corsair Vengeance 1600 MHZ
PSU: Corsair AX1200i
Thank you in advance :D

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