Random BSOD's every 45 min or so, usually while playing games

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  1. axe0's Avatar
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       #151

    I suspect the same essenbe.
    I would keep Prime95 running until 85C max or 30min. Please run Prime95 again
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       #152

    Alright I'll do that, had another crash too.
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  3. Posts : 103
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       #153

    Prime 95 finished, no errors at all, hit 85 C on one of the cores for a few seconds, didn't hit it again. Cores idled around 79-82 the whole time
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  4. axe0's Avatar
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       #154

    Please check in your BIOS the following values
    • 3.3v,
    • 5v,
    • 12v,
    • memory frequency,
    • memory voltage

    and let us know what they are.

    3/5 are just for precaution.
    The memory values could cause memory corruption what could explain the memory related dumps.
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  5. Posts : 103
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       #155

    Alright, so the values I found were:

    3.3v - +3.408
    5v - +5.160
    12v - +11.985

    For the memory frequency and memory voltage I didn't know where to look, eventually I got into the DRAM Tweaker part of the UEFI and saw the values there. It was in a chart, don't know if it makes much sense but here's what I got.

    Jedec #1: 1600Mhz
    Jedec #2: 1333Mhz
    Jedec #3: 1066Mhz
    XMP 1: 1600Mhz

    For the memory voltage they were all 1.50v. Not sure if I got the right values just because I was unsure of the location.
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  6. axe0's Avatar
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       #156

    @essenbe, please correct me if I'm wrong, I have just read myself a little about Jedec.

    Although I'm not exactly familiair with Jedec, it looks fine to me.
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  7. essenbe's Avatar
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       #157

    If you will download and install CPUz and post screenshots of the memory and SPD tabs you can tell better. The SPD tab shows the JEDC specs that the ram is speced to run. The memory tab shows what it is actuallt running now. As long as the memory tab matches one of the JEDC readings, it should be fine.
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  8. essenbe's Avatar
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       #158

    From post #128

    Attachment 50161

    Attachment 50162

    There are minor variations in frequency, but the timings are correct with JEDC #6
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  9. axe0's Avatar
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       #159

    It'll be my internet connection, but the pictures from CPU-Z is not readable for me.
    This is because it is too small to read, but when I zoom in it doesn't show correctly.
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  10. essenbe's Avatar
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       #160

    JEDC #6 is 800MHz (1600) at 11-11-11-28. the memory tab, which is what the ram is currently running is 798 11-11-11-28. There are always minor variations in the frequency.
    @Azazrael, if you will use the snipping tool for screenshots, it will be easier for us to read.
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