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So im doing my overclocking for my computer, and im comming across a 0x50 BSOD, and i looked up the code, but wasnt too sure about how to go about fixing it, im really ignorant when it comes to ram, so I come to you guys!

CORSAIR 8GB (2 x 4GB) 240-Pin DDR3 SDRAM DDR3 1333 Desktop Memory Model CMV8GX3M2A1333C9

is my current ram 9-9-9-25 1.5v is what the tech info says, but from here ive no idea what I need to do to my ram, in order to alleviate the bsod error, and continue forward to find my highest stable OC



Misc info:
gigabyte 990fxa ud3 mobo
8350 @ 4.7ghz (but getting the 0x50 under any moderate load) 21.5 multi 220 HTT, 1.375v 1.2v on NB VCC18, SB, Memory, VDDA25, and NB, core volatages are all stock (1.8, 1.2, 1.5, 2.5 1.15) respectively

im not running over 41C under 100% load atm
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So im doing my overclocking for my computer, and im comming across a 0x50 BSOD, and i looked up the code, but wasnt too sure about how to go about fixing it, im really ignorant when it comes to ram, so I come to you guys!

CORSAIR 8GB (2 x 4GB) 240-Pin DDR3 SDRAM DDR3 1333 Desktop Memory Model CMV8GX3M2A1333C9

is my current ram 9-9-9-25 1.5v is what the tech info says, but from here ive no idea what I need to do to my ram, in order to alleviate the bsod error, and continue forward to find my highest stable OC



Misc info:
gigabyte 990fxa ud3 mobo
8350 @ 4.7ghz (but getting the 0x50 under any moderate load) 21.5 multi 220 HTT, 1.375v 1.2v on NB VCC18, SB, Memory, VDDA25, and NB, core volatages are all stock (1.8, 1.2, 1.5, 2.5 1.15) respectively

im not running over 41C under 100% load atm

This is a shot in the dark, but how about setting your Ram voltage and Dram frequency manually?

Go into the BIOS and look for your RAM settings. Set your voltage to 1.5V and your DRAM Frequency to 1333 Mhz.

Let us know how it goes smile.gif

-Rich
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from what I saw its already at 1.5v and 1333 mhz

some other things idk if relevant - had to change the mult to 22 and HTT to 214 (max stable under testing) with 1.4125v (going up to 1.425 immediately shuts down a core, so i assume this is going to me my max overclock)

also with these changed settings im not getting a bsod


so maybe theres something else i can overclock, because i doubt ill be able to do much more, considering i cant provide more volts, a increase in HTT or multiplier both create instability, and heat is not an issues with these conditions
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Originally Posted by 4saknhero View Post

from what I saw its already at 1.5v and 1333 mhz

some other things idk if relevant - had to change the mult to 22 and HTT to 214 (max stable under testing) with 1.4125v (going up to 1.425 immediately shuts down a core, so i assume this is going to me my max overclock)

also with these changed settings im not getting a bsod


so maybe theres something else i can overclock, because i doubt ill be able to do much more, considering i cant provide more volts, a increase in HTT or multiplier both create instability, and heat is not an issues with these conditions

Hmm.. I'm a real novice when it comes to Ram multipliers, etc.. I hope someone comes along who can give some more info.

If your system is stable then, I'd leave it at that for the moment.

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