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oc isnt stable anymore, crash >WHEA UNCORRWCTABLE ERROR


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Gandalf81

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i everyone,

my specs
i7 920 wac OC to 3.8ghz
asus gene II
patriot viper sector 5 ram
closed loop water cooling
gtx 560 oc to 950core clock 2450 memory clock
1000w psu

I have a problem, not so big but its frustrating. Im a bf4 player and if u have u know how it consistenly crashes, so a friend to told me to uninstall the gpu driver and reinstall the new one (i had just installed over without removing) So stupid me decided to use a program to uninstall drivers, dont remember witch one, idk what i clicked, but it did something and i didnt know what until i restarted the pc and I got the bluescreen with WHEA UNCORRECTABLE ERROR. Googled it and they said turn of oc, i did and pc is fine now, but i want my oc back. Could it be that it uninstalled a driver and that is what it makes it unstable? I was also thinking to just format and reinstall everything and see if it that would fix it, but to tell you the truth I would prefer to find a easier fix.
thanks in advance
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Ztruker

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Sounds like you should uninstall the video driver then reboot and install it again.

Also would be a good idea to run sfc /scannow from an elevated command prompt.
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ok got it fixed :) just changed the configuration of the oc. I copied someone elses oc, and now it works fine.
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