- Aug 11, 2011
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|System Name||STEAMBOX | GAMECUBE | EQC (Everyday Quad Core)|
|Processor||i5 email@example.comGhz |i7 3770K@4Ghz -|- Athlon firstname.lastname@example.orgGhz|
|Motherboard||GA-B85N PHOENIX | Asrock Z77E-ITX | Asus AM1I-A|
|Cooling||Stock | Antec Kuhler 620 | Reeven Vanxie|
|Memory||2x4GB ADATA XPG 1600Mhz | 2x4GB Kingston 1866Mhz -|- 2x4GB Crucial Ballistix@1920Mhz|
|Video Card(s)||RX 480 Nitro | Sapphire RX 480 w/Accelero Mono Plus | HD 8400 @ 720Mhz (IGP)|
|Storage||LiteON 128GB mSATA+3TB Seagate | Seagate 1TBxSamung 64GB SSD (Intel RST) | Kingston v300 240GB|
|Display(s)||Daewoo 49" 1080p | ASUS PA248Q 1920x1200 IPS|
|Case||Corsair 250D | CoolerMaster Elite 110 | Acteck Fiji|
|Power Supply||Seasonic SS-660XP2 | Silverstone SFX-450 | 200w mini FLEX PSU|
|Software||Windows 10 64bit|
its factory OC 940/1250 havent touched since i have it, not worth it, it doesnt crash on any stress test, Firestrike, Unigine all of them, Asus Realbench, 3Dmark 11, CINEBENCH_R15, FurMark, with Win7 and driver 14.12 crash less but ofc run badly due to non optimized for new games, maybe my PSU its getting tired ? a CX600M i heard they are good but not got for stressing
940/1250 is very tame. I have my 7950 (basically the same GPU) running at 1150/1500 (sapphire Vapor-x) so I don't think is that. The PSU is fine too, not top grade but adequate.
I'd say it's a software issue. I would try a full Windows re-install (refresh if you have W8/W10) to start clean and see if that solves it.