First I thought np, can happen...
Then I kept blue screening, so I thought mmm... what did I change, only thing I could think of was my graphics driver (installed 12.3, amd driver). So I rolledback to previous version... Still bluescreens.
So I made a complete clean install with drivers on which system ran stable for a year, guess what : still blue screening.
So my actually question is: 'is there a way to test your graphics, now pc seems very unstable'
If I'm sure that it is my graphics I can send it RMA (bricked another one last week on which I didn't had warranty anymore, so I can efford a new one atm)
-cpu: amd phenom II x6 @ 3.2gHz (stock, it has been overclocked to 3.6-3.8 gHz)
-mobo: Asus crosshair V formula with latest bios
-RAM: 16gb G skill ripjawsX @1666mHz
-Gpu: sapphire hd radeon 6850 toxic (it has a factory overclock, maybe I should try to remove that)
-PSU: coolermaster SilentproM 1000W
-HDD: samsung spinpoint F3 1TB
Edited by DrJoske, 25 April 2012 - 08:03 AM.