I have been sitting in front of this piece of **** for 12 hours straight trying to figure out why my new system keeps blue screen and getting graphic corruptions. The driver "nvlddmkm.sys" will either crash and recover, or crash and blue screen. This will happen randomly. It could happen while its just sitting idle. It happens quicker if there is a load on the video card (watching videos or playing games).\n\nHere are my system specs:\nEVGA Nforce 780i SLI motherboard\nEVGA Geforce 9600gt 512mb\nBFG 650watt power supply\nOCZ Reaper DDR2 800 ram 4GB (2x 2GB)\nSound Blaster X-Fi Pro\nAntec NineHundred Case\n500GB Western Digital SATA HDD\nLite-On cd/dvd combo drive\n\n\nFrom what I've read, the following would be the problem....and at this rate, I might as well just buy another ******* system.\n\n1) power supply not providing enough voltage to run system\n2) bad ram\n3) bad video card\n4) bad motherboard\n5) nvidia just sucks and their video drivers are made by monkeys\n\n\nI really don't have the kind of money to blow on trouble shooting this **** thing so can someone please give me some advice on this?\n\nThanks.\n\nbtw...this is the first (and last) time I have gone with a full nvidia system. I've always been an ATI fan....and now I know why.