BSOD While Gaming in Multiple Games

kemical

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#41
To be honest that does not sound right at all and i would at least telephone the supplier where you purchased the machine. Heat is well known for shortening the life of electrical components and your temps are too high for normal operation. As Neemobeer suggests if the lappie wasn't under warranty there is stuff you could try but ideally your next move should be to contact the supplier.
 


#42
Thank you for the advice gentlemen, I have contacted Dell and they are sending me a replacement PC in a week or so. Hopefully this will work properly. I will let you know how it goes. Thank you much.
 


kemical

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#43
Hey that's great to hear! I hope your new machine arrives quickly and is without issue. :)
 


#44
It seems that the PC was defected! I stress-tested the new PC by playing World of Warships on the same settings as I had on the first PC and the temps cap out around 71-73 C. So glad I got advice from you guys, thank you so much kemical and everyone else who gave input!
 


Neemobeer

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#45
That's an acceptable CPU temp under heavy load. Glad it's resolved.
 


kemical

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#46
That's great.
 


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