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I finally just bought new RAM (G.Skill Ripjaws) and I haven't seen the BSOD since. by boostinsteve › Kasda Networks KA1900 Dual Band Wireless Router by WilliamGayde › Corsair Gaming M65 PRO RGB FPS Gaming Mouse, Backlit RGB LED, 12000... Try keeping the timings locked and then overclocking the RAM speed. Could this be causing freezing on start... Check This Out

Forcing DDR 302 instead of the auto-selected speed results in reliable operation. If it was stable, and you changed something, and its not stable, that is usually the cause. The AMD processor came with a heatsink with thermal paste already applied, so I just stuck it on there after putting the chip in the motherboard. My Desktop: Intel Core i7 875k @ 4.2ghz 1.4v | Noctua NH-D14 with 3 Rosewill RFX 120 Fans MSI Big Bang Fuzion | 8gb G.

It turned out to be the RAM and memtest86+ didn't detect it. You may need to bump up cpu volts a bit too, but only if the above didn't help. I really appreciate you sharing your insight.FWIW, I've learned a fewbig lessons here, thank-fully (knock on wood) I don't think anything has been damaged. Last edited by c0rnel; 2012-08-25 at 01:36 AM.

Last edited by Milanor; 2012-08-24 at 10:34 PM. Reply With Quote 2012-08-24,08:50 PM #2 Fierae View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message View Started Threads Brewmaster Join Date Jul 2010 Location Northampton, UK Posts 1,332 If it was working Then I can if needed post manual settings to try. I'm wondering if it's due to RAM stability and the other problems are just a symptom?

I had a similar issue around 5 months ago. Please press F1 to enter setup." I then changed everything back to the default settings and rebooted the computer. Those were not bought as pair but were running fine for past 3 years. CaptainFailcon said: ↑ sounds like the memory controller in the cpu is unstable try upping the CPU-NB voltage to about 1.25-1.3 if that fails to help I would suspect that the

I had something similar happen with my old Core 2 rig although the chipset was a 680i. Total computer newbie (hoping to learn more!) here with a bit of a snafu. I was running with 8 GB of Corsair Vengeance RAM. you do not have enough vcore for your OC Yes I did.

Windows 7: BSOD & RAM Timings 07 Dec 2010 #1 alderosa Windows 7 Pro x64 73 posts Born in the UK, currently in the US BSOD & RAM Hardware & Devices Our Sites Site Links About Us Find Us Vista Forums Eight Forums Ten Forums Help Me Bake Network Status Contact Us Legal Privacy and cookies Windows 7 Forums Things seemed fine and dandy until recently, where I've had the chance to really started using for normal periods of time (30 min+). My System Specs System Manufacturer/Model Number Homebrew OS Windows 7 Ultimate x64 CPU AMD Athlon II x3 440 3.0GHz Motherboard Gigabyte GA770TA-UD3 Memory 2 x 2GB A-Data DDR3 1333 Graphics Card

When you increase the clock, or decrease the timings, you adjust the cycle requirements. his comment is here As for the timing settings, if not set properly, they too can cause issues. Reply With Quote 2012-08-25,06:12 AM #17 Zyzzyx View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message View Started Threads Brewmaster Join Date Mar 2010 Posts 1,472 Originally Posted by Milanor Haha, that's actually If you still suspect a bad or dying stick of ram, then borrow/buy some, and test it.

Though i will verify and post the snaps Thanks (You must log in or sign up to reply here.) Show Ignored Content Page 1 of 2 1 2 Next > Just Your Average Lurking Huntard LOLPRIEST forum lurker now. The machine could run fine in single channel but would either black screen, come up with AMD VPU recover, bluescreen or reset all together. 95Viper says thanks. this contact form can u tell me kingston lifetime warranty is really life time or less than that.

I think hardware is the main problem here. Please check out our forum guidelines for info related to our community. Jun 25, 2012 at 11:15 AM #17 debojitk New Member Joined: Jun 18, 2012 Messages: 21 (0.01/day) Thanks Received: 0 Paddan1000 said: ↑ The broken stick works fine on its own

Read the section that pertains to your country or region, here> Warranty Claim Procedures and Requirements EDIT: P45 Neo Supports four unbuffered DIMM of 1.8 Volt DDR2 667/800/1066* (OC) DRAM, 16GB

Even if things ultimately don't work out, your time is greatly appreciated. ---------- Post added 2012-08-24 at 07:27 PM ---------- Welp, still getting literally millions of errors on Memtest regardless of Make sure to set for 2T command rate to eliminate any variables. The voltages look within reason for what you are trying to do, and don't forget, RAM is way harder to OC than a Sandy CPU. Booted fine, first try,on default/auto settings.

EVGA motherboards are super for overclocking as they have some of the most intuitive BIOS and software applications available. Anytime data isn't transferred properly, the system recognizes the error and tries to correct. debojitk said: ↑ @95 viper, how do you think of the above. navigate here Do Memory timings and CPU timings, combined with permutationsof chip and RAM voltages,cause incompatibilities?

Aonther thing - can i rely on memtest result for memory testing, because i tested the both rams even in dual channel mode with windows default memory diagnostic (MdSched.exe) in dos Is that the most recent BIOS rev?! I had a crash last night but not since.