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se7en07

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Hello!

So, I have a pc that I build from pieces. It has a i5-9300, nvidia 1660 super, 700w psu, 16gb ram. My problem is that I have it for less than a year now but starting like 2 weeks ago, while running some games like league or gtfo it randomly gets a blue screen saying that it has found an error, and it restarts itself. I tried running some stress tests at first and the cpu was throttling going even at 99° or even 100°. I had a stock intel cooler but now I changed it to a hyper tx3 evo thinking that might solve the problem. But now, the temperature is ok while stress testing it, staying @75° yet the blue screen and restarts persist. I rebooter bios/windows already 3 times and always got the newest driver updates while running tests. While running stress tests, it freezes at some random moments and restarts so I guess it only does this when stressed but at this point I am lost and don't know what to do anymore. Any help would be appreciated!
 

se7en07

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That's still a lot for my taste (it depends on idle temp) you might want to check thermal paste.
You were torturing your CPU on 100C, I really hope it was not for prolonged time because such temps reduce life span of CPU.

To continue verifying CPU try this tool:
Download Intel® Processor Diagnostic Tool
After I did the stress tests, I changed the cooler fan so with that, changed the thermal paste aswell. The freezes and restarts persist altough, I noticed that before, it was doing it like 3-4 times per game and now only once or not even 🤔
 
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the tool in link I gave you should identify any problems with CPU, you can also post a screenshot when done.

Take a look into C:\Windows, find dump files (*.DMP), zip them and share here.
 
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OK, there are 2 options to share dump file:

1. You can upload it somewhere else, ex. One Drive or google drive, but I will not look into it because my ISP imposed some restrictions and can't do much right now, but other members might want to take a look at it.

2. You can adjust your system to create smaller (automatic) memory dumps, see link below how:
Enabling a Kernel-Mode Dump File - Windows drivers | Microsoft Docs

When you do this, follow link below to set up driver verifier, make sure you read red lines carefully:
Driver Verifier-- tracking down a mis-behaving driver. - Microsoft Community

Then reproduce BSOD issue and share fresh (smaller) dumps.
 
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