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I built a computer last year, for the sake of some gaming and working with photoshop.

 

System specs are as follows:

 

CPU: AMD Thuban 1090T Phenom II (6 core, 3.2Ghz)

RAM: Corsair Vengeance 16GB (4x4 1600Mhz)

MB: MSI 785G-E53

GPU: Geforce GTS 450 (Asus OC'd)

PSU: Some Thermaltake w/ @ least 700 Watts

 

Here's the issue, whenever I try to play certain games, my computer blue screens, and shows the error message: "A clock interrupt was not received on a secondary processor in the allocated time interval."

 

Does anyone have any ideas on how to fix this issue? It's extremely annoying. So far I've tried to update all my drivers and chipset, not sure what to do at this point.

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I think you should run some tests on the motherboard. It seems to be a issue with that.

 

Personally I am not a big fan of MSI mobos. I have one in my desktop and I get a few BSOD too.

 

Another thing you might try is running without the graphics card. Its overclocked which sometimes has issues with MSI.

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It seems overclocking related, and according to your post the GPU is the only overclocked item (albeit factory overclocked).

 

Do you have an onboard graphics card, or spare graphics card to replace and try to see if the error happens again?

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Well, the mobo does have integrated Radion HD 4200 I think, so I'll give that a shot this weekend and see if the issue occurs again. But that leaves me without a GPU, which creates another issue. :/

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Well, the mobo does have integrated Radion HD 4200 I think, so I'll give that a shot this weekend and see if the issue occurs again. But that leaves me without a GPU, which creates another issue. :/

This is only for testing. You may find that the issue still occurs when using the onboard card.

 

I would also suggest that if you have more than 1 stick of RAM, remove all but one and see if it still happens. If it does, replace the stick with another one. If it still happens, then try a different slot, with each RAM stick one at a time.

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