Originally Posted by Bullant
I'm sorry too loud but we all come across these type of problems as you know only to well we have problems all the time.Keep ya head up mate and I'm sure you find out what causing the problem.
This is how we improve, fixing problems.I truly believe this
Just a few things come to my mind, you may have already checked all these, the first 3 items are ok we know this
1 memory is ok
2 CPU is ok
3 Overclocker is ok
4 faulty board?
5 faulty hard drive?
6 bad OS ?
7 forgot to turn a setting off in bios?
8 you tried bringing temps back down too -105 and see if it fixes the problem?
9 bad ram drive? Redo your waza file ?
1-3 seem legit:p
4. Possibly I should have another board by the end of the week to test with.
5. Never thought about it but I guess I could check the drive as it is a WD Velociraptor, this may be a good idea.
6. Not possible as I have tried multiple iso's from different people who have excellent results.
7. Wondering about this as well, specifically C states, I usually disable all this, I leave hardware prefetcher and the other one below it on auto (tried enabled) but at this point I am not dismissing anything,
8.Going to do this the next time I bench
9. Not possible as I install a new OS every time and my os and the other ones I am testing have the same result with ram drive so go figure. As for waza files, I have tried everything from 700mb north of 3GB all with rar files, some single cut and paste, some copy etc.. .