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I just built a PC for my brother, When i go into the pc, couple seconds later the pc crashes and i get a BSOD. Anyone have any idea what this is? It is really annoying, thanks

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And this is what i get after a restart.

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Please help me fix this

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i5 2500k
ocz agility 3 120gb (firmware 2.15)
Corsair CMZ8GX3M2A1600C9 Vengeance 8GB
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Edited by emin911 - 11/12/11 at 12:46pm
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so first you installed the OS right and what drivers have you installed so far.

this i would check first before and if its not driver based then we can start on hardware from memory to whatever else it could be. more info would be nice. a BSOD could be anything really from bad OS to drivers to hardware
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So you can boot, but you blue screen shortly after you're in Windows. You mentioned that you just built the PC for your brother. One thing I can recommend is you double check the DRAM timings / voltages. Ensure that they memory is running at advised speed, timings, and voltages.
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so first you installed the OS right and what drivers have you installed so far.
this i would check first before and if its not driver based then we can start on hardware from memory to whatever else it could be. more info would be nice. a BSOD could be anything really from bad OS to drivers to hardware

Ive installed:

audio drivers
usb 3.0 drivers

that's pretty much it.
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So you can boot, but you blue screen shortly after you're in Windows. You mentioned that you just built the PC for your brother. One thing I can recommend is you double check the DRAM timings / voltages. Ensure that they memory is running at advised speed, timings, and voltages.

yes I can boot into windows, after like a minute use my screen freezes and the BSOD appears. I will check the DRAM timing right now
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try going with basics. just CPU GPU and 1 stick of ram see if you get anything.
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I changed the DRAM frequency from 1333MHz to 1600MHz and so far its running without any problems (knock on wood).
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I changed the DRAM frequency from 1333MHz to 1600MHz and so far its running without any problems (knock on wood).

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Let me know how things go. As long as your memory's at advised speeds and timings, you should be good to go.
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Let me know how things go. As long as your memory's at advised speeds and timings, you should be good to go.

thanks allot for you help. so far so good. hasn't crashed at all.
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No problem, glad you found your issue!
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I just built a PC for my brother, When i go into the pc, couple seconds later the pc crashes and i get a BSOD. Anyone have any idea what this is? It is really annoying, thanks
height

Please help me fix this
HIs system specs are:
i5 2500k
ocz agility 3 120gb (firmware 2.15)
Corsair CMZ8GX3M2A1600C9 Vengeance 8GB
XFX 850W Core psu
msi gtx 570
Asus P8P67 DELUXE

The first thing I noticed was that you have an Agility 3, which is in a long line up of OCZ products (Solid 3, Vertex 3) that regularly suffer/suffered from F4 BSODs. You have the latest FW release (2.15) which fixed the problems for many people but if I had to guess it's your SSD that's causing these problems.

Visit OCZ's support forum and ask for help.
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