I keep getting the blue memory dump screen randomly when I'm playing my games and I have absolutely no idea why. It only happens during gaming and at random intervals. Here's what I've done to attempt to fix it, all resulting in failure:
-I replaced my old graphics card with a new one because the VRAM was bad (which I thought was the problem, but no)
-I purchased a new power supply unit at 600w which is 50w over what my graphics card requires
-I ran Windows' Memory Diagnostic Tool which found no errors in my physical memory sticks.
-My drivers for the nvidiagraphics card are completely updated; so are the drivers for my onboard audio.
-My cpu has a new heat sink with a fresh layer of artic silver
-I increased the voltage on my memory in an attempt to stabilize
-I tried using only one of my two memory sticks in case of a conflict
-There are no yellow exclamation marks in the hardware tab
-I tried downgrading to Windows XP SP3 from Windows 7
-I've attempted to lower graphics settings on my games to keep them from crashing
-Internal temperatures for both the CPU and the GPU are exactly where they should be under load
Nothing of the above has helped at all, and it's really annoying because I can't play any of my games. The only thing that works consistantly is the internet. Anybody have any idea what I an do that might help?
My setup: Windows 7 Home, 2.3ghz duel core athlon, Geforce GTX275 800+mb VRAM, 4 gigs of RAM, 600w Thermaltake PSU.