1.    30 Dec 2016 #1
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    Multiple BSODs. Unsure of Trigger.


    Hey All,

    I've had multiple BSODs over the past couple of weeks. Initially, I performed a fairly small overclock on my CPU and I believed this to be the cause of my BSODs. I reset the system to stock speeds on both the CPU and RAM and hadn't had any issues for a few days, but today I've had a couple BSODs and freezes. Once I was using Firefox and little else, another time I had multiple applications running; Discord, Chrome, Notepad++. I also had a crash while gaming, Streamline.

    I already ran a memory diagnostic because that was my initial concern. I also updated GPU drivers today, but since there were crashes last week I'm unsure if that is involved or if the crashes are connected at all.

    I have uploaded the BSOD zip file and I would appreciate any help you can offer. Thank you so much!
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  2.    01 Jan 2017 #2
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    Hi Icedhulk,

    Do you have a kernel dump of 30-dec 7:45 PM?
    If you do, please upload it to a 3rd party uploader and post a share link in your next reply.
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  3.    01 Jan 2017 #3
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    I don't think I would have that file as it seems that's something I would have had to have turned on manually. If it is an automatic file, I'd be happy to find it for you if you can tell me where to look. I did find a Memory Dump file from 9:20 PM on the 30th, 737 MB, and I can provide that if that would be useful. Sorry I'm not more help.
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  4.    01 Jan 2017 #4
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    By default Windows creates a kernel dump and a minidump, the kernel dump is located in C:\Windows\Memory.dmp or %systemroot%\Memory.dmp if the system partition has a different letter.
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  5.    01 Jan 2017 #5
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    Okay. That was the 9:20 file I had found earlier. I must have had another crash after the 7:45, so the file got rewritten. Sorry. Here's the link to the 9:20 dump file, Dropbox - MEMORY.DMP
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  6.    01 Jan 2017 #6
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    I didn't expect a 0x124, a 0x124 usually doesn't provide much useful information if it's a lonely dump.
    I cannot find much unfortunately, in all cores the threads are clearing there context and the initial thread where the problem occurs does the standard stuff with a 0x124.

    Only possible useful stuff found is that the processor was fetching instructions to execute and the active process was audiodg.exe which is a Windows application for the audio engine of Windows (so also not useful).

    Please check in the BIOS what for the RAM the timing & voltage are and for the CPU the voltage and frequency.
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  7.    01 Jan 2017 #7
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    Okay. So it seems the system overclocked again without my doing so. The CPU is currently targeting 4.32 at 1.3v, while the RAM is running slower than it should at 1439MHz 11-11-11-28 1.5v. This is the page for the exact part number RAM I have, and it shows a 1866MHz 1.5v at 9-10-9-27. Vengeance(R) — 8GB Dual Channel DDR3 Memory Kit (CMZ8GX3M2A1866C9)
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  8.    03 Jan 2017 #8
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    Actually, 1333MHz is what the memory should run on.
    1333MHz is the SPD speed, but I notice that the CPU supports 1866MHz.

    Have you set everything manually as it should? CPU non-overclock and RAM compatible for CPU?
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  9.    03 Jan 2017 #9
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    Yes, you are correct the RAM's SPD Speed is 1333MHz, but I purchased it to run at the tested 1866. I have gone back through and manually changed everything back so that the CPU is at 4.0GHz and the RAM is at 1866MHz again. I have not had a BSOD since making the changes, but I will post in here again if that changes. Thank you for you help up to this point Axe0!
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  10.    03 Jan 2017 #10
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    You're welcome
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