Hi all, thanks for any assistance you might have for me!
I've just built my first new PC in years
and have reused a small number of parts from my old build. Unfortunately, a BSOD has followed me to the new PC - I have a feeling about which piece of hardware is causing the issue but it would be great to have that verified.
Issue is a BSOD (stop code 0x9f) mainly when gaming but sometimes when web browsing. My old PC (i7-6700k system) started doing this about 18 months ago. I haven't used my PC since then, and have only now saved up to buy a new PC to replace it.
System is not a prebuilt. It's a desktop PC. Windows 11 64-bit, activated and running all of the available updates from Windows Update. This is the first OS I have installed on this PC. The installation is 3 days old.
PC is mostly new parts - new case, PSU, motherboard, RAM, CPU and CPU cooler. I have reused the NVME SSD and two mechanical HDDs from my old system - though I will note that the mechanical HDDs were not present in my old PC, I had them mounted into an external enclosure as the system was ITX. The new PC is ATX and I have mounted the two drives into the case directly. I have reused the Gigabyte GTX 1080 from my old system as well - I have a gut feeling that the card is failing.
CPU - AMD Ryzen 9 7950X
RAM - Kingston Fury Beast DDR5-5200 64GB kit. Slots A2 and B2 (per motherboard manual)
Video card - Gigabyte GTX 1080 G2 Gaming
Motherboard - ASRock B650E PG Riptide WiFi
Power Supply - Deepcool PQ1000M - 1000W PSU
I am unsure about the status of Driver Verifier
I am only running Windows Defender, it's up to date
No proxy, VPN, ipfilters etc.
I am not using any disk image tools.
No overclocking whatsoever. RAM is running at XMP speeds (5200 40-40-40 1.25V).
Speccy - http://speccy.piriform.com/results/XiU5jZKwezH4JO3RWkpjYqW
Thanks so much for your help guys! I really appreciate it.