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So recently my newly built PC has been giving me alot of BSOD problems. The last few days my pc constantly crashes I can't play any games or even surf the web. I've gotten several BSOD msges from.
"Driver IRQL not less or equal" "CLFD.sys" and 'TCPIP.sys".

So I was able to download memtest86 and restart my pc to get it running. I am getting a huge amout of errors when I run memtest. Memtest has been running for atleast an hour right now and it says I have 3.8million errors and the number keeps rising as the test continues. Currently the test says 67% pass and Test 69%

Can someone make some sense of this for me, Does this mean all 4 of my ram sticks are bad? I mean how did i all of the sudden have this problem?

My rig
Windows 7
I7-3820
2x ati 7970 "Which by the way I find I get HORRIBLE fps in games with"
16gigs Gskill ddr 2133
2x 120 gig SSD
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Edited by johnlocal3 - 5/6/12 at 1:22pm
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Is there a way I can tell which stick is bad from this test?
Edited by johnlocal3 - 5/6/12 at 2:35pm
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No responses frown.gif I have about an hour before my local CPU shop closes so I need to know if I should go buy some more ram or not.
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Test one stick at a time, hopefully only one of them is bad and not all of them (should be the case). Then you can just swap out the bad one.

Good luck, I hope you only have one bad stick and not 4.
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Are you running stock or OC'd?

My brother had a similar problem, turns out he wasn't feeding enough vcore
 
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Crucial 256gb SSD + RAID 5 3x2TB plextor DVD/CD+/-RW Corsair H100 W10 Pro - 64Bit 
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