VCCIO and DRAM voltage are already at 1.2V and 1.7V, respectively so no worries on those. Now the babbling part: Increase the volt-s may help in the short , but may just kill the falling part in hes PC + if he could find the part whats My System Specs OS Windows 7 Pro x64 CPU AMD Phenom II X4 3.4GHz Motherboard Gigabyte GA-880GA-UD3h R Memory 4 x 2Gb A-DATA DD3 SDRAM Graphics Card Sapphire Radeon 6870 Monitor(s) I kept getting MEMORY_MANAGEMENT bluescreens, regardless of what I was doing, between 30 minutes to 1 hour of computer usage. my review here
Last edited by Ryann; 2012-08-25 at 03:24 AM. Is there any way to tell whether the RAM timings were the cause of the problem for sure? Here is a pretty thorough guide on the subject: http://www.masterslair.com/memory-ram-overclocking-guide-ddr3 To answer an early question I was still trying to get a consensus on, yes, making the RAM overclocked can essentially Canada System Specs System Name: Blacknet Processor: Xeon X5650 @ 4.1ghz Codename "Hexy" Motherboard: Rampage II Extreme Cooling: Noctua NH-D14/7case fans Memory: 24gb Gskill 1866 Cas9 Video Card(s): Asus Strix GTX970
Once again, use the templates that others have already tried and documented in the EVGA forums. Members have access to different forum appearance options, and many more functions. second question, per my hardware in my profile, would i benefit greatly to build a raid 0?
And one notch above your known stable vcore is enough? My computer (same Mobo, iirc) would work fine, but randomly within 5 minutes-a few hours I'd get either a MEMORY_MANAGEMENT/PAGEFAULT_IN_NONPAGED_AREA/IRQL_IS_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL BSOD. Reply With Quote 2012-08-25,06:12 AM #17 Zyzzyx View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message View Started Threads Brewmaster Join Date Mar 2010 Posts 1,472 Originally Posted by Milanor Haha, that's actually Extreme2x8GB G.Skill Trident X (F3-2400C10D-16GTX) @ 2...Hard DriveHard DriveCoolingCoolingSamsung 840 Pro 256GBSamsung Spinpoint F3 1TBCPU: Swiftech H220-XGPU: Arctic Cooling Accelero Hybrid CoolerOSMonitorKeyboardPowerWindows 10 x64 EnterpriseAOC G2460PG 144Hz G-SyncDucky Shine 3 DK9008
If that fails then you might need to increase the VCCSA Voltage -> 1.20v (don't exceed 1.20v more isn't better). Anytime data isn't transferred properly, the system recognizes the error and tries to correct. I did do the rest of those things, though, and it must have done something, since it took memtest a whole extra half a second to start spamming me with a Jun 18, 2012 at 7:28 AM #2 CaptainFailcon New Member Joined: Apr 27, 2012 Messages: 194 (0.11/day) Thanks Received: 41 sounds like the memory controller in the cpu is unstable try
Fourth, try a different make/model of memory.posted by Good Brain at 11:46 PM on January 25, 2010 I'm guessing this is one of the four cores on my CPU? Does that mean that the RAM timings were the cause? ref:PXD38G2133C11K - http://patriotmemory.com/products/detailp.jsp?prodline=5&catid=34&prodgroupid=194&id=1167&type=1DDR3-2133 11-11-11-30-2N @ 1.65v Related Resources solved New RAM causing BSOD solved BSOD on a new system that might be caused by RAM. Absolutely.
The other profile should be more stable. Posting Permissions You may not post new threads You may not post replies You may not post attachments You may not edit your posts BB code is On Smilies are Everything is based on cycles. That's a pretty big gap.
solved Overclock Causing New RAM to not work solved Ram causing BSOD on Win7 64 bit solved Additional 6GB RAM (total 12GB) causing BSOD Ram or ssd causing BSOD solved New http://gagc.net/bsod/bsod-annoying.php What's surprising is that the install goes fine, but then the OS doesn't load. The voltages look within reason for what you are trying to do, and don't forget, RAM is way harder to OC than a Sandy CPU. Pay more attention to your right screen shot.
But ever since then I get about 2-5 minutes of playing around with my computer before it BSODs... In my opinion, I think its best to start from scratch CPU included, and determined each components individual maximum first. What are the model numbers and timings on the two sticks? get redirected here I also have had my mobo complain during rebooting after 4 of the BSOD, that the computer is in "safe mode" (not Windows Safe Mode, it is some sort of BIOS
i recently bought some RAM for my PC and i think its causing BSOD Code 50, 3b. When i do this with the RAM frequency on AUTO the PC does not boot up. No more blue screens!
but im still getting low scores for my system.Thankyou for your help. They are a variety (PFN_LIST_CORRUPT is the most common, but I also get IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL, and MEMORY_MANAGEMENT). The processor fan, videocard fan, and case fan are all running fine, and the case has been open pretty much the whole time since I've built the PC.posted by Endure You The hack you suggested I will apply today evening and see if it works.
Also, if, you know how to flash the bios and wish to take the risk... Judging from your table and based on your cpu's IMC the ram should be set to 1600Mhz. Also my games a randomly crashing (related to memory). http://gagc.net/bsod/bsod-intermittent-ks-sys.php Just Your Average Lurking Huntard LOLPRIEST forum lurker now.
Those templates will help you dial in your board.2. I'm 100passes IBT stable while lowering the RAM timings at 1866MHz but as when I tried 8-10-6-24-2T, I got a BSOD 101 in the middle of my IBT test. Otherwise, I need to know what CPU you have and in general it's best to have a (K). o.o I just looked this up and tried turning the XMP profile #1 on (it was marked as set to "Auto") and the computer froze while I was trying to copy
Have you tried taking out half the ram sticks and test the system for BSOD to try and isolate the "faulty" ram stick(s)? Last edited by Milanor; 2012-08-24 at 10:40 PM. The simplest is to set the AI Overclock Tuner -> XMP and try again. You should go to EVGA's 790i Forum and look at the BIOS templates there.
I had a similar issue around 5 months ago. I'll pick up a screwdriver somewhere and test each stick individually tomorrow. So much for getting to play GW2 tonight... You should also set your ram voltage and timings manually in your bios to what it's rated/recommended to run at (I can tell u what they need to be set to
CPU Vcore, then I think VTT for IMC, and potentially DRAM Voltage too. The biggest lesson learned was don't assume your BIOS settings are optimal, or evenstable, letting it choose the settings.Again, thanks,Jeff MEdit: Fixed sentence structure. 0 Kudos Reply CrucialBob1 Bit Baby Options