Hello everyone! I have the PC in my system specs since early 2010, I only upgraded the OS (from win 7), graphics card (from 5870), sound card (from onboard) and PSU lately. Back in 2010 my OC (3.8Ghz @ 1.25v, with load line calibration, turbo, HT and speedstep enabled) was completely stable and thoroughly tested. Several months ago, before I upgraded anything, I started to have BSODs, but they were rare and infrequent. So I ignored them. Now they are more frequent and occur at least once per day. I tried to blame win 8, creative drivers, nVidia drivers, etc, but at the end I tried testing with prime 95 and the PC bsod'ed after ~ 1 hour. So what happened? Is it normal for OCed CPUs to lose stability overtime? What Can I do to fix it? I neither want to go back to stock clocks, especially now that I feel my OCed 930 already bottlenecks my 780 ti in some titles (AC IV for example), nor I am willing to spend $$$ on a brand new system (CPU, Mobo, RAM). Can I salvage this situation and maintain the performance of this system, at least for one more year, till the x99/DDR4 systems hit reasonable prices?