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BSOD When System "thought" That An Intel I5-750 Platform Was An AMD Phenom ?

Something inside there, probably a coil, was generating the noise after all, right? You'd want to match the version of Windows as exactly as possible (I'll assume it's likely Windows 10 Home 64-bit) and the version of the HD Graphics (should be listed in Could you, please, download the following tool: Cool Tool CPU-Z And post the picture of your CPU-Z data, like this one? This tool uses JavaScript and much of it will not work correctly without it enabled. http://evendirectory.com/bsod-when/bsod-when-i-m-away-of-pc.html

MD5 checksum : please refer to CPU-Z | Softwares | CPUID -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 1.50 - February 2009 - Improved support for AMD Phenom II processor. - Support for NVIDIA 740i chipset. - Most CPU upgrades are incremental. Easy to add later and I highly recommend doing so. I noticed on your first post that you had a user named "iSunShare" ... https://www.vistax64.com/drivers/262278-bsod-when-system-thought-intel-i5-750-platform-amd-phenom.html

Might have to loosen the timings. I think 1090 sales are going to plummet now, 1055 should still be in the clear though. ive ordered one based on this review. I was in local, as that's what I usually use.

This gave us an end result of around 4.8ghz. Haswell-E is something to consider. I assume it has one of those crappy intel stock HSFs like this: http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/Intel/Core_i7-4770K_Haswell/images/cooler.jpg Those stupid Intel coolers are easy to mess up when the little turn pins don't grab right. Would rather put that $ to better use.

Like Show 0 Likes(0) Actions Re: Display Driver crashes on RX 460 ripperbot Dec 28, 2016 1:32 PM (in response to pandasama) I simply use MSI afterburner, IT gives you more B: stay on that driver untill they have time to work out all of the rest of the bugs. Luke Smith But I am a bit peeved at Intel right now. https://community.amd.com/thread/204484 Though you will take a hit on the motherboard/RAM costs.

The i5 in that build is on a modern platform unlike the other two. so I figure something from late-2013 should be able to hack it. I have the Kingston HyperX Blu 2X8 GB, but I want something with higher clock speeds. karnige12-01-2014, 11:18 AMquick question is there a huge difference between a 120 hertz 1ms monitor and 120 hertz 2ms monitor?

entertainer So is it worth for me to sell my 860 for an 875K? I've downloaded the most current drivers that were released only about a week ago. This issue will be fixed with the next build." Those quotes are from Microsoft's "Known Issues" for Insiders. Like Show 0 Likes(0) Actions Re: Display Driver crashes on RX 460 io98 Nov 27, 2016 8:20 AM (in response to silkt) mine also dont have power pin on it, never

LickTheEnvelope12-07-2014, 05:59 AManyone own a BenQ XL2420Z or XL2430T? this content its the same size as my garden shed. and they registered through GoDaddy. To my joy, it says volume is on.

but the shipping cost is ridiculous cannot find them any where else though this will be my next mini-dtx case in anyone is wondering ??? Nerd sucker Every time I see an article about Intel, all I think is that those MFers are purposely delaying USB 3.0 acceptence which delays USB 3.0 device selection as well. Most CPU upgrades are incremental. weblink its a good looking game but by no means groundbreaking graphically.

Can anyone confirm or refute this? I haven't put my machine through the paces yet, as I'm still working to get the OSX side of things working 100% (building a Hackintosh is harder than I thought :cry:), Waiting is usually a waste unless it's within a month or two of a release.

So it is ether driver issue or RX400 hardware issue.I reported these issues to AMD Bug Report ,I hope it is driver issue and they can fix it.RX460 is really the

Before the second install the driver problems looked like in the attachment. I crashed today for the first time in a few days. I am planning to do a SG05 build myself. There's even quad channel now.

Like Show 0 Likes(0) Actions Re: Display Driver crashes on RX 460 xsoloxz32x Dec 2, 2016 8:16 AM (in response to smoshi) I get this too. Another title that was struggling is STALKER. Value is expressed in hexadecimal, and consists in a classic Red/Green/Blue color code : RRGGBB - LabelFontName : Font used for the label boxes. - LabelFontSize : Size of the font http://evendirectory.com/bsod-when/bsod-when-multitasking.html Subscribe now.

Thx 1 of 1 people found this helpful Like Show 1 Likes(1) Actions Re: Display Driver crashes on RX 460 chrism71 Sep 17, 2016 1:18 PM (in response to smoshi) i Sad nab Where the crap are the 1366 unlocked chips? Terbone Pretty much any Core i7 is significantly faster and more efficient than the Q9550. I assume you meant a GTX 670?

TomPlex12-02-2014, 08:44 AMHey all, I'm looking to build a new PC around the only part that I want to salvage from my previous one: my ASUS GeForce GTX 660. Stutters are gone too. Dorit Intel makes good cpus, that's a given. I wasn't playing anything crazy, mostly age of empires and watching videos.

expatriated_texan12-10-2014, 03:40 PMWow...so when I built my computer a month or so ago it never dawned on me that I would need additional software to be able to watch blu-rays or I'm running Windows 8.1 Professional 64 bit. If your install is as old as the machine though, a fresh one is probably a good idea. Could be driver, could be hardware, No idea.

I may grab it if it's definitely less than $800. Set to 0 to use an alternate method. - Chipset : set to OFF (or 0) disables the memory controller and southbridge information. 1 to enable. - SPD : set to The Intel bioses are a little ‘strange' when compared to a standardised bios from say, Asus. I don't know what else to try.Is this hardware related?

So I'd just do that. Trying to power up my computer was weird. Good example: ASUS Strix GTX 970 -- 4 GB of video memory, and it can be challenged by Battlefield 4, Dragon's Age, etc. To achieve this we set voltages to 1.45 and temperatures reached around 79c under extended load.

and that would probably be good enough to play big games that will come out for 1-2 years at least.