Hello, My desktop, after playing some Borderlands 2, suddenly decided it didn't want to live anymore and now the graphics driver crashes constantly under load (sitting at the desktop / browsing the internet are fine). Additionally, now and again, it'll forget it has a mouse and keyboard when coming out of standby and occasionally forgets it has hard drives. This would've been cause for concern, I suppose, but until the graphics errors, nothing couldn't be fixed by a reboot. All signs point to needing a new motherboard: funny, because the warranty just ran out. I've replaced the graphics card and the RAM and reformatted, which has done nothing to help. GPU stress tests alternate between no crashes after half an hour and crashing after two minutes or so; every time, it's a "display driver reset" in event viewer. This would be upsetting enough if this weren't the second motherboard to do so in this computer; every single component save the graphics card and a storage hard drive have been replaced since the original build and it STILL fails near-constantly. No overclocking or anything, either; nor do I even use it all that often. Am I cursed? It just seems like this computer hasn't wanted to live since I built it. Sure, I'm an electrical engineer, but maybe I should just buy pre-made from now on... Oh, right, specs: Gigabyte GA-EP45-UD3P Intel E8400 Corsair 750HX EVGA 8800GT Some amount of RAM, Crucial Ballistix (terrible stuff, would not buy again) Caviar Black HDD, 650GB Some 200GB PATA drive Anything I'm missing?