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  1. Posts : 481
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       #31

    axe0 said:
    At first in the dump, it shows 3000. 3000 is a frequency I've never seen being supported as no overclock. Checking the motherboard specs shows that 3000+ is supported when overclocking, or at least the motherboard sees it as overclocking. The CPU specs show
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    Memory Types DDR4-1866/2133, DDR3L-1333/1600 @ 1.35V
    I ran a mem stress test on it and it didn't crash before, but maybe that's it....so far no BSOD without the mem overclock and removal of asio.sys.

    Fingers crossed...
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       #32

    A memory test may show no problems, but as long as overclock is present it could still be a memory issue.
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       #33

    Thanks for the pointer. So since the memory is DDR4 it should be in the 1866 to 2133 range then?
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  4. Posts : 481
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       #34

    uuuugh. Another BSOD this afternoon.
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  5. axe0's Avatar
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       #35

    Ztruker said:
    Thanks for the pointer. So since the memory is DDR4 it should be in the 1866 to 2133 range then?
    It depends on what the RAM supports, the motherboard supports and the cpu supports.
    In most situations it would be 1333, 1600 1866, or 2133.
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  6. Posts : 481
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       #36

    another BSOD this morning
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  7. Posts : 481
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       #37

    and again
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  8. Posts : 481
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       #38

    and again. This has actually gotten worse since I changed the memory settings....
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       #39

    I noticed you have Bit Defender Av installed. I also notice an old Bit Defender driver hanging around:

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     7/2/2012 10:14:27 PM   C:\WINDOWS\system32\drivers\bdelam.sys
    Don't know if it's still being used or not but I do know Bit Defender is known to cause problems with Windows 10 at times. As a test, please uninstall Bit Defender and use the built-in Windows Defender and Windows Firewall for awhile, see if that makes any difference. IF uninstalling fixes the BSODs then you can stay with Windows Defender and Firewall (this is what I use, along with Malwarebytes anti-exploit and anti-malware).
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  10. Posts : 481
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       #40

    Ztruker said:
    I noticed you have Bit Defender Av installed. I also notice an old Bit Defender driver hanging around:

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     7/2/2012 10:14:27 PM   C:\WINDOWS\system32\drivers\bdelam.sys
    Don't know if it's still being used or not but I do know Bit Defender is known to cause problems with Windows 10 at times. As a test, please uninstall Bit Defender and use the built-in Windows Defender and Windows Firewall for awhile, see if that makes any difference. IF uninstalling fixes the BSODs then you can stay with Windows Defender and Firewall (this is what I use, along with Malwarebytes anti-exploit and anti-malware).

    That hasn't been an issue with the other 2 PCs I am running it on which also have Win 10 pro anniversary update installed. I'll uninstall it nonetheless and see if it gets any better.
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