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post #31 of 49
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Whoops, read it wrong then. My bad, not really sure what to do about A0. What all did you have overclocked when this happened?

Nothing. I set it to manual as you told me too. It should have been running at ~3.6GHz.
post #32 of 49
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Here's my OC settings:

post #33 of 49
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And here is my OC settings while running Prime95 (CPU running at max):

post #34 of 49
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Part of my problem might be my PSU. In the manual for my MB (Crosshair V Formula) it says minimal suggested PSU is 600w. Mine is 500w. I have a 750w Corsair coming on Monday.


Also I connected the 24 pin EATXPWR connecter and both of the 4 pin EATX12V connectors but I noticed the manual seems to state for the ATX Power I should have the 24 pin connected and either the 8 pin EATX12V connect to the 8 pin connector or one of the 4 pin EATX12V connected to 4 pins of the 8 pin connector or one of the 4 pin EATX12V connectors connected to the 4 pin only EATX12V connector on the MB.


So should I unplug one of the two 4 pin EATX12V connectors I have plugged into my MB?

I also turned off Core C6 State again to see if that helps.
post #35 of 49
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Part of my problem might be my PSU. In the manual for my MB (Crosshair V Formula) it says minimal suggested PSU is 600w. Mine is 500w. I have a 750w Corsair coming on Monday.
Also I connected the 24 pin EATXPWR connecter and both of the 4 pin EATX12V connectors but I noticed the manual seems to state for the ATX Power I should have the 24 pin connected and either the 8 pin EATX12V connect to the 8 pin connector or one of the 4 pin EATX12V connected to 4 pins of the 8 pin connector or one of the 4 pin EATX12V connectors connected to the 4 pin only EATX12V connector on the MB.
So should I unplug one of the two 4 pin EATX12V connectors I have plugged into my MB?
I also turned off Core C6 State again to see if that helps.

Turn all of power stuff off. C1, C6, Cool and Quiet etc, this rules all of that out. It also covers turbo, so make sure that's off.

About your board, use 4+4 in the 8 pin EPS12 connector. The additional 4 pin plug is just that, additional. The manual says 4 in 8, or 8 in 8, or 4 in 4. I personally just use all 12.

What kind of 500W PSU is it? If it's of decent quality, then it's probably more than enough.
    
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post #36 of 49
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It's the Altec that came with the case.

No reboots yet since I turned off C6 but I haven't done any stress tests yet.

Working on my last final today. After I am done I will start testing again.
post #37 of 49
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Noticed something else that's not right.

I am having some very weird anomalies with the operation of my mouse that I have never seen before. When I grab a window with my mouse if I attempt to move it too fast after grabbing it, it won't grab the window. It will either leave it where it was or attempt to area select something within the window as my mouse passes over it.

Also if I grab a window and move it slowly, it will grab it correctly and begin to move it around. If I speed up and start darting my mouse around it will actually lose the window and drop it. I have NEVER seen something like that happen before.


Nevermind. The issue appears to be hardware based. Tested my wifes mouse with my computer and wasn't able to reproduce the anomalies. My mouse might be going bad.

Ok so I am going to start up a memtest and let it run all night and see if it makes it through without crashing.
post #38 of 49
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Ok. That memtest ended up crashing with the exact same error as the last one. 0xAO.
post #39 of 49
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Tomorrow when I get my new PSU I will memtest it again. If it crashes again, I will memtest one stick at a time. If it still memcrashes at that point, surely it's the ram that's the issue.
post #40 of 49
It sure sounds like it has to do with one of the power saving features. I think if it was your psu, it would happen when you were running p95. Instead it seems to happen when it may be changing clockspeeds and power states, make sure all the powersaving features are turned off.
The bigger psu is money well spent anyway, as your new graphics card will need more power.
I would ask if you are running the latest bios version?
Also make sure the ram settings are what they are rated for, voltage, timings etc. That is a very common problem with new builds
Good luck, you have a really nice system, hope you get this solved.
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