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Recently I have been getting many blue screens and I cannot figure out why or how to fix it I have reset all of my bios settings to their defaults and I still have been getting them...

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you need more qpi voltage

EDIT: didn't read your op properly...if you have 124 bsod even with default bios, then something might be wrong with your 950, is it properly cooled? how far have you pushed it before all this happened?
Edited by erik257 - 7/19/11 at 2:44am
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you need more qpi voltage
Not true, if he's reset his BIOS back to stock and everything is set to auto, It will give it more than enough voltage...

I'd confirm you've reset your BIOS completely by doing a BIOS reset by removing the battery and using your jumper on the motherboard to reset it. If that's done and it's still happening it could be the rosewill PSU, they aren't great tbh...

Just a thought, if you have someone who has another PSU you can check it with that.
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Not true, if he's reset his BIOS back to stock and everything is set to auto, It will give it more than enough voltage...

I'd confirm you've reset your BIOS completely by doing a BIOS reset by removing the battery and using your jumper on the motherboard to reset it. If that's done and it's still happening it could be the rosewill PSU, they aren't great tbh...

Just a thought, if you have someone who has another PSU you can check it with that.
Do you think it could possibly be the RAM, if not then I am going to buy a new PSU (corsair 750ax) something along the lines of that.

My 950 is properly cooled and getting great temperatures.
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Not true, if he's reset his BIOS back to stock and everything is set to auto, It will give it more than enough voltage...

I'd confirm you've reset your BIOS completely by doing a BIOS reset by removing the battery and using your jumper on the motherboard to reset it. If that's done and it's still happening it could be the rosewill PSU, they aren't great tbh...

Just a thought, if you have someone who has another PSU you can check it with that.
Partially true, partially false. The partially true is whether or not the BIOS fully cleared, and I recommend removing the battery and using the jumper to remove any left over power. The false is the ROSEWILL 630W is actually a good unit, and its recommended on the OCN PSU list.
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Do you think it could possibly be the RAM, if not then I am going to buy a new PSU (corsair 750ax) something along the lines of that.

My 950 is properly cooled and getting great temperatures.
Doubtful unless you've overclocked that or given it timings that aren't stock.

I would say however, test that it is the PSU, I.E go get a spare one from somewhere to confirm. Also, I would probably try running prime95 to see if that crashes your machine.

Can you post up your CPU-Z pages at all? A screen print of both the memory pages and the main page would help

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Partially true, partially false. The partially true is whether or not the BIOS fully cleared, and I recommend removing the battery and using the jumper to remove any left over power. The false is the ROSEWILL 630W is actually a good unit, and its recommended on the OCN PSU list.
Ohhhh that's the one based on the seasonic PSU. Yeah they are good actually, I must have been thinking of another one :S

Sorry the PSU is a good PSU

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Edited by compuman145 - 7/19/11 at 2:49am
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Do you think it could possibly be the RAM, if not then I am going to buy a new PSU (corsair 750ax) something along the lines of that.

My 950 is properly cooled and getting great temperatures.
if you're cpu is in good care, then it's very likely to be ram. could test your ram stick by stick to see for sure if it's ram related
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Pic of CPU/Memory I did change the stock timings of the memory to the rated timings, couldnt get it right with BSODS so changed it back/and set bios to default settings.

I have no idea how to take out the battery and jump it.
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Your memory looks wrong, It's set to 8-8-8-20 i'm pretty sure it should be 8-8-8-24

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EDIT - just looked into it again

http://www.tomshardware.co.uk/forum/...corsair-memory

Set your memory for 9-9-9-24 with 1300Mhz on the speed.
Edited by compuman145 - 7/19/11 at 3:05am
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Your memory looks wrong, It's set to 8-8-8-20 i'm pretty sure it should be 8-8-8-24

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EDIT - just looked into it again

http://www.tomshardware.co.uk/forum/...corsair-memory

Set your memory for 9-9-9-24 with 1300Mhz on the speed.
will this fix the issue?
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