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Try with one stick for a while, then the other. run memtest on each stick as well like the other guy said. I think though that trying each stick in real world apps may be the best bet, I have seen bad ram pass memtest before. If that's not it, then RMA the cpu.
post #12 of 17
Actually, the quickest may be to just rma them both. You don't have a working comp anyway.
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i can intel burn test at stock, 3, 3.5, 4, and 4.2ghz but cant run any 3d application...
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This may sound stupid but have you tried running at stock CPU speeds? 4.4 is a high overclock for a 920.
    
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i can intel burn test at stock, 3, 3.5, 4, and 4.2ghz but cant run any 3d application...
That makes it sound like the proc to me.
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could it be my CPU?

FYI everything is stock clocks..... intel burn test stable, memtest stable, just not 3d stable
CPU failures are rare at stock speeds, but not out of the question. I've occasionally (rarely, but I've seen it) had a CPU with dodgy cache, that could have issues.

The first thing I'd do though, is greatly relax your RAM timings. Set them back to the more common 9-9-9-24. You said your CPU is stock, but your sig says 4.4GHz; if it is overclocked, go back to stock.

Secondly, if you have a spare hard drive, I'd try doing a fresh install. No RAID, just in case the striping has anything to do with it, just a single drive. This also means that if it doesn't work out, you've used a spare drive and can go back to your RAID.

Remove the GT240 and 8400GS if they are in the system, and run the big graphics card by itself. These are the things I can suggest. If none of those things work, I'd try and borrow a CPU you can swap to test with.
Edited by LoneWolf15 - 8/22/11 at 7:50pm
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CPU failures are rare at stock speeds, but not out of the question. I've occasionally (rarely, but I've seen it) had a CPU with dodgy cache, that could have issues.

The first thing I'd do though, is greatly relax your RAM timings. Set them back to the more common 9-9-9-24. You said your CPU is stock, but your sig says 4.4GHz; if it is overclocked, go back to stock.

Secondly, if you have a spare hard drive, I'd try doing a fresh install. No RAID, just in case the striping has anything to do with it, just a single drive. This also means that if it doesn't work out, you've used a spare drive and can go back to your RAID.

Remove the GT240 and 8400GS if they are in the system, and run the big graphics card by itself. These are the things I can suggest. If none of those things work, I'd try and borrow a CPU you can swap to test with.
iv done all that, i have a friend with a i7 950 that i can borrow. thats my next step.
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