Hi everyone. For about the past three weeks, I have suddenly been experiencing a large number of BSODs. For the past three-four years of me using my computer, I may have only seen two. But this sudden onslaught seems to indicate something going amiss. The most recent BSOD included nv4_disp.dll as part of the error, which indicates to me that the graphics card may have been causing these. In detail, the BSOD read: nv4_disp.dll PAGE_FAULT_IN_NON_PAGED_AREA 0x00000050 (0xC0916E7C, ...) At the moment I'm running a benchmark with Furmark, while monitoring various vitals with GPU-Z. I average about 12 FPS, so the card has to be working hard, (99% GPU load, about 53% memory controller load), but what's weird is, the only fan that ends up working harder is my CPU fan. The graphics card fan speed never changes, and I'm pretty sure it should change automatically, with the GPU temperature rising from 51 degrees C to 59 degrees C over the stress testing period. Furmark has been running for about 9 minutes now, and it just doesn't seem to be pushing my card hard enough. I can't seem to force my computer to BSOD :S (By the way, these BSODs have been occuring pretty much randomly, from me logging in one day, to my sister playing the Sims 3 the next day.) So I'm hoping someone may be able to help me with first targeting the issue, then solving it. Thanks! P.S. Here's some system info: Windows XP Home SP3 2GB system memory ECS GeForce 9600 GT w/ 1GB, at stock speeds: 650 MHz core clock, 900 MHz Mem clock, 1.6GHz shader clock Intel Core 2 Duo Dual Core @ 2.33GHz Maximum temperature achieved on GPU while stress testing: 50 degrees C BIOS version: 62.94.3C.00.65 Driver: 126.96.36.19921 (FWare 257.21) EDIT: Just noticed, I have my Shared underclocked, 25 MHz under the default clock speed. I was using nTune at one point, but it's been gone for awhile now.