Hello everybody! So I finally got around to building my computer this past week and now I am noticing that if I leave it on overnight, almost certainly, without fail, when I go to use it the next day my screen wakes up and is that blue color we have all come to know and love (/sarcasm) Anyway, my build is as follows. AMD Phenom II x6 1100T overclocked to 3.8Ghz (system is stable under load as tested by Prime 95) Corsair Vengence DDR3 1600 Mhz 4x4GB MSI 890FXA-GD70 mobo Coolermaster V8 heatsink ADATA 64GB SSD (boot disk) Western Digital 1TB HDD CoolMax 1200W PSU PowerColor Radeon HD 6970 (for my primary monitor) Asus Radeon 5450 (for my 2 secondary monitors) Antec 1200 case (3 120mm intake fans in the front, 2 120mm exaust fans in the back, 1 200mm exaust fan on the top.) Ok, I think thats everything. As far as my overclock goes, I did not up the voltages to my CPU, I only upped the multiplier. I didn't attach a screenshot of CPU-Z because I am certain that the memory matches because they are the exact same sticks, plus I looked at the CPUZ readouts and everything was Identical. Now for the details. I get a Kernal Power 41 task 63 error alot. It have never happened when I was sitting in front of the computer, it seems to always happen when I am not there, usually if it is left on for a long time. Also, I thought when you got a BSOD, it was supposed to restart itself, but my rig doesn't. I come bask to find it hung on the Blue Screen. There have been no minidump files generated so I can't diagnose from there. This I find interesting however, my ADATA SSD, it isn't detected after the BSOD. If I press the reset button and go to my BIOS, the drive is not listed as an option in my boot sequence. If I RESTART the computer and do the same, it shows up. I am sure this has something to do with the grand scheme of things but I am not positive. Any suggestions or feedback would be greatly appreciated.