Black-sod. No idea why.

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  1. Ztruker's Avatar
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    How did you test your RAM? What program? How many passes? 8 is the recommended minimum.

    Are you over clocking CPU, GPU or memory? If yes, reset everything to default and test.

    You can also try a Clean Boot, see if the problem occur4s. If not then you know something that is starting at boot is causing it, so follow the directions to figure out what:

    See here: How to Perform a Clean Boot in Windows 10 to Troubleshoot Software Conflicts
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    I've used memtest86 for testing memory. I am not overclocking the memory, it's running it's default xmp settings. I don't remember the passes, but last time it ran for a few hours without any errors.
    My cpu is slightly overclocked, but the overclock hasn't changed since i switched to win10. I've been running with these settings (44 MP at ~1.235v) on win7 for over a year without any issues. Running aida64 doesn't make it crash either.
    gfx card was overclocked, but is running at default atm.
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  3. Ztruker's Avatar
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    Please set all over clicking to standard for now. Once this problem is resolved then try over clocking again and see what happens.

    Then try the Clean Boot as I mentioned.
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    Thread Starter

    I've already set the oc back to default, but havn't done clean boot as i then wouldn't know if either helped, so doing the oc thingie first, and waiting to see results.
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