Originally Posted by draterrojam
Alright even after reinstalling windows i was gettign bsod while watching youtube...I decided to swap out my ram and I think I might have found the jerkface in the situation. Would bad ram equal a bad overclock? Bad stability? High temps and high volts for medicore overclocking? Sorry, really new at this.
prior I had the ram set to default or xmp for my corsair dominator platinum at 1866. Now I have corsair lp 1600mhz set to their xmp profile.
update: just ran OCCT at 4.2 ghz, 1.25v and got another bsod.
hmm your getting system service exception? this could be a driver issue honestly..you installed all the chipset drivers etc??including rapid storage tech???
anyways I would attempt to reinstall all chipset drivers etc including rapid storage tech and all...this is a most.
I would then go into bios and enable c states and make sure c1e is disabled and speedstep and eist are enabled.
I would also manually input the ram speed and timings and voltage...I would also increase SA system agent voltage to close to 1.2v or offset of +0.150-0.200
also last time you cleaned you HDD's??? or did a format/clear erase on them??? ive seen some SSD's on new chipsets retain old drivers without a clean format on them.
hope this helps at all. good luck
similar issue http://www.sevenforums.com/bsod-help-support/274012-blue-screen-errors-ntfs-file-system-system-service-exception-4.htmlEdited by Clexzor - 4/11/14 at 6:02am