You know by the time i came into the picture i thought well hey maybe before buying the chip these two clowns did that LOL.
Now its been a few more days and still no error. I guess the mother board can't support the chip. I'll call asus just to double check.
But i think its pretty obvious by now seeing how this is the longest it has gone back in his possession and still no crashes.
I spoke to a friend of mine about the problem also since he's back in the states, and from what he said was that sometimes motherboards will boot and run fine with a chip that they weren't meant to have but some where in the programming, CPU vs BIOS and nerdy stuff. The unsupported cpu would start causing very small unseen errors.
So when they start to pile up and become more frequent the computer will crash, restart or display a BSOD trying to pin point where that error happen.
I mean he went on but my knowledge doesn't go that far.
But yeah maybe i'm blowing the whistle too soon, but i think these case is closed guys. Again thanks for all the help, programs and info.
Im sure if they would have just double checked the CPU list this would have been solved weeks ago.
Edited by randomkaoz, 29 February 2012 - 04:01 PM.