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Good day. I'm unsure whether this belongs here. If not please excuse me.

I have a problem with my PC. Lately I've been getting blue screens completely randomly.
Now for a more accurate description of the problem.
The error messages indicate to a malfunction of the RAMS. I play / work and then I get a blue screen and the computer restarts. However, then it hangs in the BIOS or there is no picture at all and the monitor remains black. A short time after the PC when I wait about 10-15 minutes and pull the plug and then turn it on again it starts up normally. But then i get blue screens again. Can also run well for 5 hours :/ .
That being said, I've installed Windows 7 already on a new hard drive. So, its not a hard drive problem. Must be either broken hardware or maybe bit defender? no idea in any case it went great for a month

PC Specs:
MB: Gigabyte GA-870A-UD3 Rev 2.1
CPU: AMD Phenom II X6 1055T with Noctua NH-D14
RAM: 8 GB G. Skill DDR3-1600 DIMM Kit
(F3-12800CL9D 8GBRL, Ripjaws Series)
GPU: Gainward GTX 570 Phantom
HD: Samsung HD502HJ
PSUooler Master Silent Pro M1000
Case: Nzxt
OS: Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit

The graphics card is new, so it can not be a cause. It was installed yesterday. If i dont get a blue screen the computer can run 5 hours of prime95 . I tested the ram with Memtest86 for 4 hours. After three passes i stopped with 0 errors. I read that the G. Skill ram, however, may cause problems.

Surprising thing is that I sometimes do not even get a picture when I start. Therefore, PSU and MB are in suspicion. Does anyone have any advice?

many greetings
Philip
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post #2 of 5
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Oh Guys im sorry. thought some germans would find this post. thanks for translating dude smile.gif
post #3 of 5
A good idea might be to test the RAM singlely, take one out and test them individually
post #4 of 5
Thread Starter 
hmm yeah could be. just got the problem that im running with noctua nh-d14 which in have to remove everytime i want to change my RAM... i found a 1 year old ddr3 4gb kit. i might try them out. just running some tests with my ripjaws for some hours. at least 10 passings should work out with memtest. really hope its just ram and not psu/MB or something else
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dont you have a spare psu wich you can swap out and check
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