I overheated my processor..Need some suggestions
So, I posted up here about a couple weeks ago talking about how I purchased a new water cooled corsair heat-sink (H80) and was looking to get some more juice from my Core 2 Due email@example.comGhz. I had OC'd it on air to 2.7Ghz and was hoping to get to 3.0 with this new heat-sink. The block wasn't seated properly on the chip and I booted; had it running for about 4/5 minutes before CRASH. I re-boot into bios and notice CPU temp @ 103°C(207+/-°F) i quickly shut down and inspect it, fix it, and all was running good @ 27°C. Awesome.
I didn't wanna push it so much, thinking I did some damage, but clocked it at a nice 2.87Ghz. Was running good until I started playing swtor. CRASH. I lowered clock, and still crash. I then said, screw it, I'll just put it back to factory specs thinking i did do damage. Everything runs fine now. I even ran memtest86 to test my memory and it came back no errors. today i get bsod..... "Memory Management".
I'm going to test every RAM stick individual, see if one of them may be bad. If not, is it possible my cpu has suffered significant damage? I heard that these proc's can handle quite a bit, but this one is about 6/7 years old lol.
Any other suggestions are HIGHLY appreciated. I thank all y'all for taking the time out to help. Thank you, thank you.