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C2D E6300, Gigabyte 965P-DS3, Corsair XMS2-6400 5-5-5-15 & WD3200KS Problem..

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by attakorn, Jan 19, 2007.

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  1. attakorn

    attakorn Thread Starter

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    Hi there,

    I've recently got this baby up and running but I've been getting LOADS of blue screens, some I can see as "Memory_Management" and some I don't recognise. I don't do any overclocking and everything is left at default, FSB, Voltage, Ram Timings, etc.

    I also did a Prime95 Blend Torture Test and it came up with one error after I think around 2 hours or so of testing.

    I've monitored the temperature closely and the System and CPU temperature never got above 50C. The GPU runs hotter but I think never more than 100C. I have no idea about RAM, PSU or HD though but I mean it's not boiling though its warm after hours of load.

    I've also tried upping the CPU and RAM voltage to 1.35V (From 1.325V) and 2.1V (from 1.9V) but no improvements.

    Anybody have any idea what's wrong?!

    Cheers.
     
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  3. attakorn

    attakorn Thread Starter

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    Oh sorry it is 5-5-5-12, though the site I got them from say they are 5-5-5-15.

    And..I think I've found the problem now - it's one of the sticks..didn't pass MemTest, the other was found. So I'll return and get a new one.

    Thanks anyway man.
     
  4. telegramsam

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    You can run one stick in the meantime and have your computer up and running.

    Good catch!
     
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