Thread: Computers Get BSOD every few days
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Old 12-13-2012, 11:00 AM   #14
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Originally Posted by loochy View Post
right, but it can be overheating elsewhere too - not just on your processor. Check your video card, your ram, and your northbridge and southbridge.

Or it could be a driver...or any number of things. It's really hard to troubleshoot these things.
A processor overheating would more than likely cause a complete freeze or crash to POST.

The presence of the BSOD confirms that kernel debug was able to do a crash dump, which generally exonerates the CPU.

More than likely, it's either GPU or RAM that is causing it.
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