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PC constantly crashing

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by Martini, Jan 19, 2013.

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  1. matthewdownloads

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    Yes.
     
  2. Martini

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    All voltages are exactly the same as posted earlier (temps dropped a bit).
     
  3. matthewdownloads

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    Exactly DDR18V 2.032v?

    Edit: I guess the next step is entering 1.85V in the BIOS manually, though wait for Amd to confirm this before you do it as he may want you to decrement the voltage slowly.
     
  4. Martini

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    Yup, they were all exactly the same.
     
  5. Amd_Man

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    I would manually set it at 1.8v or 1.85v ans see if that corrects the issue your having.
     
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    The voltages I listed earlier I believe I got under "Power Management Setup" and they're still the same.
     
  8. Amd_Man

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    The currenet outputs and temps would be under Pc Health Staus.
     
  9. Martini

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    ^ Okay, that's probably where I got the first set of values. They're not highlighted and don't seem to be able to be changed.
     
  10. Martini

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    The DRAM Voltage is 1.8 v under "MB Intelligent Tweaker." Is that maybe what you wanted me to set to 1.8v or 1.85v?
     
  11. Amd_Man

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    You would do that under MB Intelligent Tweaker. I would try and load Fail-Safe Defaults and see if that helps.
     
  12. Martini

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    Okay, I checked again. It's under "PC Health Status" that I got the following value (and it's still the same):

    DDR18v 2.032v

    Under MB Intel. Tweaker I have DRAM Voltage 1.800v

    Going to Fail-Safe Defaults didn't change anything.
     
  13. Martini

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    Also, the PC crashed again after getting out of BIOS. In safe mode now.
     
  14. Amd_Man

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    If that reading is right and it's set at 1.8v then the memory is being over-volted. Manually set it to 1.85v and see what it reads after that. The memory is rated for 1.8-1.9v so 1.85v will be safe.
     
  15. Martini

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    1.85 was not a choice so I chose 1.9v. DDR18v is now 1.92v. Shutting PC down now as I'm going to be gone for several hours. If there are any further instructions, I'll follow them when I get back. Thanks.
     
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