Originally Posted by Dopamin3;13663892
If you passed about 11 hours already, I would only raise the VTT value a notch or two in the bios and see if that fixes stability.
Okay, thanks again.
If this does end up being a problem with the memory, is it a problem that memtest could detect? Because before this blend test, I ran memtest86+ for 13 1/2 hours with 12 passes and no errors.
I've been having some trouble with this memory anyway though, running at its specified settings. This memory was supposed to run at 1600mhz at 8-8-8-24 @ 1.5v, but when I checked the bios after installing the ram, it showed as 9-9-9-24 @ 1.64v. I tried manually setting it to what it should have been at, and then I ran that Small FFTs test for 8 hours. Like I mentioned, I passed without any issues, but then I ended up running the blend test for about 4 hours and I got a BSOD (I didn't read the error, but I assumed it had something to do with the memory). So I increased my dram voltage to v1.55 and then I ran memtest86+ for 13 1/2 hours, and got 12 passes with 0 errors. After that, I ran this blend test that I was talking about for 11 hours, and got the 0x124 bsod.
edit: Wow, I'm beside myself with stupidity. I forgot to mention what cpu I've been using and with what kind of oc.
As the first poster guessed, I'm using a sb cpu, 2600k. I had it oc'd to 4.5ghz @ 1.29/1.3v. This is on a MIVE board. I'm also using this for my ram.Edited by wubikens - 5/28/11 at 1:07am