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  1. AIDA64 2.70 (latest revision) System: 3770K any clock, including stock Asus Maximus V Extreme only with BIOSes above 704 revision 2x4GB Mushkin 996990 RAM 2x GTX 670 SLI (8x/8x native PCIe 3.0) 240Gb Mushkin Chronos SSD + 2TB Hitachi Deskstar 5K300 + 1.5TB WD Caviar Green windows 7 x64 SP1 (up to date) Would like to know what might be causing my system (otherwise perfectly stable) to perform a near hardware crash whenever I leave AIDA64 2.70 running in background. Problem happens only at extended idle (at least 1 hour into idle) and also at stock CPU speed and default (1333) memory configuration. The only monitoring software running on system is: a) RealTemp TI EVGA Precision X 3.0.4 c) AIDA64 2.70 d) NOTE: There is no Asus Ai Suite installed! Symptoms when I leave AIDA64 running in background AND board BIOS is flashed with any newer BIOS than revision 704: 1) System at prolonged idle might perform an unexpected restart without a BSOD 2) System at prolonged idle might forcefully perform an unexpected powerdown (without a BSOD) with inability to power up later until the PSU gets cycled off & on (then it runs normally). Those problems do not exist when I do not run AIDA64. Those problems do not happen when I run AIDA64 with the board flashed with BIOS 704.
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