Re: Bluescreens win 7
I had the same issue where an overclock that was stable for months suddenly started causing problems, so I had to bump up the vcore to maintain the same overclock. I guess if you push the limits of your hardware, eventually its going to fail due to the age of the part itself, or perhaps some other range of factors that pushed it into unstable territory (ambient temperatures rising, power supply failing, etc). Either that, or perhaps it was never stable in the first place, and you've just gotten very lucky.
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