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Think the third stick might have been the problem LOL.

I have yet to test the fourth stick but something tells me this was the cause of the BSOD.
and ironically enough this was the only stick of ram I purchased from NewEgg

Well there's your problem!

Either RMA back to Newegg, or buy a new set of DIMMs.
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ok, any recommendations on stress tests to just ensure that that is the issue? Right now I'm running memtest with the 3 good dimms. Should I run something like superpi to get a good OS based test?

Thanks for the help everyone!
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If anyone knows anyone who needs another gtx 480 I'm selling off my previous main GPU

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post #24 of 28
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ok, any recommendations on stress tests to just ensure that that is the issue? Right now I'm running memtest with the 3 good dimms. Should I run something like superpi to get a good OS based test?
Thanks for the help everyone!

If memtest shows the rest of the DIMMs as clear, then they should be fine. No need for more stress testing.
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post #25 of 28
I have this same problem. but i only run two sticks of dimm. and they came together. also, i pass memtest86 without any errors.
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And the bsod persists?
post #27 of 28
Yep. Been there off and on since October. Most days, it doesn't bsod. It usually only happens when I idle for over an hour or maybe right after I close a game.
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Could anyone give me a hand in taking a look at my dump files ? 060212-14305-01.zip 594k .zip file
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