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BSODS driving me crazy.

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A few days ago i started getting 0x000009c bsods.Before that everything was working fine for the last three months.
No minidumps because they don't work even though i have enabled them.
First thing i did was revert my ram oc back to stock.The problem persisted so i set my cpu to stock(3930k) but the bsods continued.
I tested all the ram sticks individually and they all worked fine.(even took them to the store i bought them from)
The bsods happen only when all 4 sticks are installed.With 2-3 sticks everything works fine.
I've also tested the 2-3 sticks on different ram slots on the mobo and they all appear to work fine.The problem only happens when 4 sticks are installed.


Any ideas what this is?
Faulty memory controller or a problem with the mobo?

Specs:3930k,H100i,psx79 deluxe,gxt 680,silverstone 650 psu
Edited by John Shepard - 7/1/13 at 11:22am
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Forgot to mention:
I've also seen some 0x0000124(don't what this is) bsods
as well as some 0x0000101(this is gpu related,right?)
Again those happen only with all 4 sticks installed.
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Use Memtest86 trouble shoot your system one by one Memory, Power Supply, GPU, Thermal Compound (TIM), always connected your power supply are connected properly please let me know later with your results...thumb.gif & last thing make sure your bios are up to date...!
Edited by goku5868 - 7/1/13 at 11:36am
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Like i said before i took all my memories to the store in order to test them.They called me today and said they were all fine.
I'll have them tomorrow.
When i get my computer running i will try some of the things mentioned in those guides.
Edited by John Shepard - 7/1/13 at 12:50pm
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Like i said before i took all my memories to the store in order to test them.They called me today and said they were all fine.
I'll have them tomorrow.
When i get my computer running i will try some of the things mentioned in those guides.

What type of motherboard do u have..? Maybe your motherboard 4th module slot defective you may RMA the motherboard worst case scenario I hate to say it...mad.gif
Edited by goku5868 - 7/1/13 at 1:33pm
post #7 of 9
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I have an asus p9x79 deluxe.
The fourth blue slot works in tri channel configuration so i don't think it's that.
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I had this happening with my AMD machine last week.. RAM was fine at 1333 but once I set XMP 1600 my OC lost it - even though it had been fine at 1650 previously for over a year. I doubt the store tested the memory well, as in, with Memtest86 - So test the RAM properly overnight and see if it passes without errors at stock clocks. It turned out I had a bad 4GB stick which worked fine at stock settings but not with the XMP profile, it went bad.

It drove me so crazy, I thought it might be the MOBO, CPU, or PSU so I just built a new rig and worked out the memory issues when my Z87 rig was unstable with the same memory at xmp 1600 - My Corsair XMS 3 kit worked fine, however. Have a new 8 GB kit of 2400 Trident X on the way to replace it. thumb.gif
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Alright i raised the VCCSA voltage to 1(auto was at 0.8),disabled c states 3,6 and so far no bsods.
Will post again later.
edit:
Cstate 1 and speedstep result in x124 bsod.
Do i need a higher vcore?
Edited by John Shepard - 7/2/13 at 7:35am
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