Hey guys. I have been getting random BSOD (blue screen of death) for the past couple days at completely random times. I ran chkdsk and memchk and both my ram and hard drives are fine. My drivers are all up to date. I tracked down the event log Id (6008) which is apparently supposed to be related to critical thermal levels inside the machine. On the one hand this is perfectly plausible, as it is a mid tower case and the AMD Phenom II x4 955 BE cpu I have is notorious for high heat levels, as well as having a gtx 460 se in there. But on the other hand I have a decent amount of cooling (hyper master 212+ cpu cooler, two case fans one large one small, and a power supply that has two fans and vents heat out the bottom of the case) and watching my temp gauges things have been looking fairly normal (under 55 Celsius on cpu and 45 Celsius on mobo) those temps are hotter then I would like but I havnt had issues with them yet. This leads me to believe that one of my temp sensors maybe wacky and is either reporting the wrong temps in AMD OverDrive or to windows (which would cause it to bluescreen). Before I shell out some cash, which I am rapidly running out of, on new fans, anybody (SG, Hunter, Im looking at you) got any ideas on stuff I could try. For reference, I have had all these parts for about 2 months without any of these problems, which just popped up recently. As a side note, does anyone know if high mobo heat could cause ping spikes ingame? It seems unlikely, but worth asking.