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    i have no idea

    ok i got a pretty big problem i keep getting random reboots and freezes from aparently nothing. when it freezes the hdd activity light remains on so could it be a hdd problem? how would i go about finding out if it is. im at all stock speeds and stock voltages at the moment and im still getting problems. my puter also reboots alot when listening to music. the drive i got is a seagate sata 60 gig the rest is in my sig. btw everythign at stock speeds now
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    Reinstall Windows and get back to me--I would format first and see what happens.

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    thats what i plan on doin if its bad after that then is it drive or possibly another piece of hardware
    Intel Core I7 X980 6 Core CPU @ 4.27Ghz
    Corsair H50 CPU cooler with Intel server 120mm fan
    Intel DX58SO Smack Over motherboard
    6GB OCZ DDR-III 1600Mhz (3x2GB) (OCZ3P1600LV6GK)
    1x Intel X25-M 80GB SATA SSD Drive
    2x Gigabyle Radeon HD 5870 1GB XFire (Vantage 31857)
    Enermax Galaxy Evo 1250w PSU
    Thermaltake Armor Chassis
    LG Blu-Ray + Sony DVD-RW

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    mine does that when windows gets really bloated. A clean install works miracles. But mine will do that on boot-up on occasion, due to a crappy m/b

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    try backing the overclock down a bit and see. . also 1.7v is a lil bit pushing it.

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