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Nah, not at all. Idle temperatures don't matter whatsoever, load temperatures are what's important, and as long as you're under 100c or not maintaining constant 90c+ temperatures, you're fine. My 5850s ran at 80c+ for an entire summer and everything was fine.
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Memory timing my friend had the same problem and we found it to to be the timings on his ram
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Memory timing my friend had the same problem and we found it to to be the timings on his ram

Good call. Are you sure the timings on your RAM are the factory advised timings (timings stated on the RAM sticks / box)?
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In the bios it was listed as the factory defaults. Should I set them manually?
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In the bios it was listed as the factory defaults. Should I set them manually?

Give it a try, also ensure that the DRAM voltage is that of what it should be. I doubt it's memory as you just had it replaced, but it's worth a try regardless. I'd also just recommend a Memtest anyways to be sure you new RAM is working as intended.
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..and after you get your timings right..see what your IMC voltage is..(vtt/vccio) If it's @ 1.05...raise it to 1.11-1.14
..just sayin'...that could be the problem..
 
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Give it a try, also ensure that the DRAM voltage is that of what it should be. I doubt it's memory as you just had it replaced, but it's worth a try regardless. I'd also just recommend a Memtest anyways to be sure you new RAM is working as intended.

I already ran Memtest on the new ones. smile.gif
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..and after you get your timings right..see what your IMC voltage is..(vtt/vccio) If it's @ 1.05...raise it to 1.11-1.14
..just sayin'...that could be the problem..

What is IMC voltage and what is it for? What about IOH voltages?
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I already ran Memtest on the new ones. smile.gif
What is IMC voltage and what is it for? What about IOH voltages?

Integrated Memory Controller Voltage. Different motherboards name them differently. Gigabyte uses MCH on my boards.

IOH is probably Input Output Hub, hard drive and the like.
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It hasn't crashed yet. Although, I haven't been doing my usual routine (games, video editing etc.), should I be?
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It hasn't crashed yet. Although, I haven't been doing my usual routine (games, video editing etc.), should I be?

You should have crashed by now if it was driver related, yes. Go ahead and disable Driver Verifier.
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