BSOD's, random time, random codes, for over a year now. Dumps enclosed

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       #31

    Ah, okay. Let's do that.

    For now, I'm testing the faulty RAM again. Just curious if it errors again.
    I'll have a look at crucial. But I do have 4 sticks of 8Gb RAM, bought as a set of 32Gb (Corsair LPX) So I guess either stick can be put in either DIMM?

    After the test, I'm going to place the non-faulty one in the Motherboard. I'll keep you posted!
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       #32

    Check to see what may be under warranty.
    If you can find 2 modules that pass that should make it easier as just one pair needs to be replaced.
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       #33

    The earlier faulty memorystick passes the 2nd test.

    Attachment 197781

    This is frustrating, first I get errors, and after a re-test, everything seems fine. How can we ever pinpoint the problem with such a strange behaviour?

    Warranty on the memory sticks is due. Warranty on the motherboard and the processor is still on.
    So what do I do next?

    I'll guess I just RMA the motherboard now? Or are you most unsure that the MOBO causes these random errors, bsod's etc. If so, we can go on with further elimination.

    How was the HWMonitor result? Was everything well within safe operational temperatures?

    Sorry for all the questions, but am quite a PC-noob, as I come from Mac.

    Thanx!
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       #34

    For the RAM testing please indicate how the testing was performed.

    Which RAM module was tested in which DIMM?
    Which RAM module was tested with another RAM module and what were the results?
    Which RAM module was tested alone?
    Which DIMM were tested simultaneously?
    Which DIMM where tested alone?
    When the RAM were tested one at a time were they tested in different or the same DIMM?
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       #35

    I do have 32Gb of RAM. Its a 4x8 set from Corsair LPX. Right now, I only use 2x8 sticks with a total of 16Gb.

    The tests I performed for the past 3 days are:

    1: Dual testing under memtest86+. 1 stick (let,s name it Sierra) in Dimm1, 1 stick (weíll call this one Foxtrot) in Dimm3. I posted the result in post #11 remember the crash?) (Iím very sorry, Iíd repost the images, but Iím on a tablet right now, which doesnít allow to drag the attachments in the attachment manager)

    2: Single test under memtest86+. Stick Sierra in Dimm 1, no errors (sorry, no pic here)
    3: Single test under memtest86+. Stick Foxtrot in Dimm 1, reboot to windows, twice while I was afak

    you then told me to switch to memtest86

    4: Single test under memtest86. Stick Foxtrot in dimm 1 result in post #26 failed
    5: Single tesr under memtest86. Stick Sierra in dimm 1 result in post #29 succes
    6: Single re-test under memtest86. Stick Foxtrot in dimm 1 result in post #33 succes

    looks like foxtrot didnít run a clean track thusfar?

    I gave the other 16Gb ram to my son. Is there a chance they need to stay in the 32Gb package, while one stick can be malfuntioning?
    file Processing...x
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       #36

    So Foxtrot passed and failed in the same DIMM 1.
    Switch to DIMM #2.
    Test each RAM module in this DIMM.
    Continue testing each DIMM with each RAM module and report the results into the thread.
    Some of the RAM testing can be done overnight so that there are results in the AM.

    With the above testing each RAM module will be tested in each DIMM.
    There will be multiple tests for each RAM and there will be two tests for each DIMM with this method.
    The final testing will be to test two RAM modules at a time in the different DIMM.
    There were inconsistencies in the results so there is a lot of tests to see what is happening with the RAM/DIMM/MB
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       #37

    Great,

    I will start this tomorrow. Lots of testing ahead
    Iíll keep you posted.
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       #38

    Hi zbook & co

    a little update. A lot has changed since i last posted. So, I did not start testing the memory, but I disassembled my pc instead. I gave it a thourough cleaning and reassebled it. I did change the motherboard. I replaced my asus rog strix z270F with a brand new asus prime 270A. I installed windows and gave pubg a go. Bam! Another bsod (the page thingy in non paged area) and a code 50. I can rule out the mobo as faulty though.

    so I am conducting very thourough memtesting for the next few days.I started memtest86 to let it run overnight for all 4 module, systematically doing singles in each slot while documenting the outcomes.

    One thing, as said earlier, the bsod started after I bought a new mobo and the i7-7700k. Since the mobo can be ruled out, is there a real chance it could be the cpu?

    iíll keep you posted
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       #39

    Starting with post #17 the CPU could be malfunctioning.
    To check the hardware it can be done systematically checking: CPU, GPU, Drive, RAM.
    There is no direct test for the motherboard. The best is checking the DIMM and multichannel capabilities during the RAM testing.
    Once the RAM is ruled in or ruled out the CPU can be rechecked by Prime95.
    If testing is unclear then a swap can be done.
    Two tests can be done:
    The new CPU can be tested in the problematic computer.
    The CPU from the problematic computer can be tested in another computer.
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