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Blue screen of death. +PICTURE

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what does this translate into?
btw, this is a brand new rig. This is the 3rd time happening, while playing Guild Wars 2


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Overclocked?
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post #3 of 8
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Nope everything is stock. This is what i have :

Haswell build:

-CPU: 4770k 3.5 (non oc)
-GPU: GTX 780 superclocked
-Mobo: Msi Mpower
-PSU: Corsair 800w gold
-16gb ram
-256gb SSD
-2 1tb hard drives
post #4 of 8
What's your memory frequency (speed in MHz). That is a memory related code, meaning you need to increase DRAM Voltage/VTT/VCCSA voltages. If you are running faster 1600MHz this is most likely the problem (even if it is running at XMP profile settings).
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Originally Posted by BiG StroOnZ View Post

What's your memory frequency (speed in MHz). That is a memory related code, meaning you need to increase DRAM Voltage/VTT/VCCSA voltages. If you are running faster 1600MHz this is most likely the problem (even if it is running at XMP profile settings).

Not sure which one was it, so I took a screeny




Is this the problem? and how do I fix it?
post #6 of 8
start by trying to bump up DRAM voltage from 1.5v to like 1.6v
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Originally Posted by BiG StroOnZ View Post

start by trying to bump up DRAM voltage from 1.5v to like 1.6v


Where do I do that? In the bios?
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Where do I do that? In the bios?

yes...
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