I have more than one LGA1155 mobo to test it on, and I did. Please read the first post.
I sent the "faulty" i5 3570K back so that's that.
Okay then, I will presume it's the faulty i5 3570K.
Thank you all for your time/help!
BUT HOW comes that it worked for 5 months in a row?? I didn't touch UEFI bios before.
Of course, that's the first thing I did. The only parts involded are: two mobos, two types of kingston ram, same PSU and two CPUs ( and DVD-rom or...
I will check the Page File, but I'm almost sure it wont change a thing.
As for PSU, it is rather new; it does handle ASUS GTX 670 2GB with no...
Temps are fine for all 4 cores, I can see that in UEFI bios. I have quite experiance with building my own custom PCs, basic things are all done...
Not the case. That PSU works fine with two other PCs, plus it works fine with other CPU I mentioned.
I'm not sure; I didn't change any parameters for CPU, RAM or whatsoever. No overclock.
I mean, I just need to change CPU and it works!
Yes. Only the CPU makes a difference ( no matter mobo, ram or whatever ).
I presume it is kind of half-faulty or something?
I just wanted to make...
THIS one - http://imageshack.us/f/7/bsodip.jpg/
Hi all! ( im new here! )
P.S. I'm hoping for smart/experianced techy people to approve it or otherwise ;)
Important - ALL parts are double tested...
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