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When I run perfmon /report the program always freezes upon initiation. Thank you!
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Hello, thanks for your help
I keep it set at manual because of the infamous Get Windows 10 (GWX) update KB3035583, will update though.
I have had 0 issues with the wireless card, works great; would recommend.
I already have HW monitor and everything is usually 30C with the processor at 40C, nothing crazy.
I have Furmark and the 1080p benchmark completes fine.
The corrona RAM test showed no problems and the driver versifier didn't BSOD my computer after 24 hours either.
I'll go through the drivers now.

Finished updating windows update and also uninstalled and reinstalled amd drivers using their minimal setup so it is solely the driver.
I opened GW2 and then blue screened with the same error after entering game. I checked the temps on reboot and everything is running at 30-40C. The fan exhaust is also relatively cool to the touch.
SFC.exe showed nothing and resetting the pagefile did not help either.
Could this be a problem with the powersupply not giving enough power to the graphics card?

If you've followed all of the steps in my previous post, then the next step is to try another video card.
If you don't have another one handy, you may want to purchase one from a shop that will allow you to return it if it's not needed (for your money back).

It also could be power to the video card - but if that's the case, then the error should remain even if you try another video card (and that'll mean trying another PSU)