Do you overclock the CPU? If so does it make a big difference to the overall performance?
Ah. Thank you for the explanation.Creaky said:It's basically turning up the speed on the processor so that it runs faster, a way of increasing the performance of the system. This can also be done with the PC's memory. If you take it to far though the system will keep crashing, it's a very fine balance between stability and performance.
So you're basically saying that Windows isn't very stable in terms of installing drivers?Creaky said:It most commonly appears after installing some new drivers or software. If it goes wrong or the PC cant handle it it throws a wobbly and you get a BSOD.
Installing drivers most of the time is fine. It's only if it goes wrong or if you've been playing around with the PC.Silent said: