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BSOD While Gaming, Help Please

When I game on almost any game after 5-10 minutes I would get a BSOD or a Black SOD. On the old widows 7 the code was either 0x07A or 0x07E. It is so frustrating an I need immediate help.

Windows 10
AMD A10 7700K
Nvidia GTX 750Ti
ASUS A35M series Motherboard
12GB RAM- Kinston Fury
Dont know PSU.
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  1. Well, it could be a lot of things. I know it sounds stupid but first you should check which card you are actually using integrated amd or dedicated nvidia. Second, if there is an amd display drivers installed on your windows uninstall it. Also uninstall nvidia drivers and make new clean install of it. That's for the beginning.

    Best luck!
  2. AreH said:
    Well, it could be a lot of things. I know it sounds stupid but first you should check which card you are actually using integrated amd or dedicated nvidia. Second, if there is an amd display drivers installed on your windows uninstall it. Also uninstall nvidia drivers and make new clean install of it. That's for the beginning.

    Best luck!




    Yes I the ports are in the Nividia one. All are updated. I have no idea of the problem. This is a pretty annoying problem as it happens every single time I play after about 5-10 mins
  3. As I said it could be a lot of things that cause this issue. You have to check your psu, there should be a sticker on it, and perhaps it couldn't provide enough power for your system. Also try to start some benchmark on pc e.g. 3dmark to see what will happen. Sometimes removing the card and its reinstall can help. Reconnect its power cable and connection with display. Still I think the problem is probably with drivers.
  4. AreH said:
    As I said it could be a lot of things that cause this issue. You have to check your psu, there should be a sticker on it, and perhaps it couldn't provide enough power for your system. Also try to start some benchmark on pc e.g. 3dmark to see what will happen. Sometimes removing the card and its reinstall can help. Reconnect its power cable and connection with display. Still I think the problem is probably with drivers.


    My PSU is 380 Volts, Is that voltage ok?
  5. Best answer
    Well Sebastian, this psu sounds to have enough wattage for your card. But wattage specifications of psu don't always mean it has declared power especially on low end psus. Important thing is amperage too. So I strongly recommend that you google brand and specifications of your psu to see for yourself of what quality it is. Games are pretty demanding on pc components and system start to use more power during gaming. So after all it could be your psu.

    Best luck!
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