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 CPU / Motherboard problem crowek 12.06.2018 15:32

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My build-
Processor - Intel core i7 3770k clocked at 3.50 GHz
Motherboard - ASUSTek COMPUTER INC. P8Z77-M PRO Rex 1.xx
Memory - Memory chip Kingston from 8 GB 667 MHz X2 ( aka 16GB )
Graphics - NVIDIA GeForce GTX 650 Ti
My CPU fan - OEM Intel
Hello, I've been having troubles for months, and after replacing my PSU, refreshing drivers, running memtest 86, cleaning,there's still the same problem. It's probably in the CPU/Motherboard area. Games stop responding/computer blue screens/shuts down a few minutes after starting up any game, not even heavy ones. We ran the "OCCT" CPU testing program, upon testing on the CPU on 100% the computer blue screened, and in further tests it lasted for 30-70 seconds until it reached 85+ degrees.
Point is I don' think that in-game the CPU heats up enough for the game to stop operating (or for the computer to) / blue screen / crash? Or it might be a motherboard/cpu defect? Is the CPU cooling the problem?

Please help

I didn't find the right solution from the internet.

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Thank you
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