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Okay this is really confusing me now. I did what you've said,rebooted with individual drives but they all booted fine then I booted with all of them and it booted fine. Really odd thing happening.. Rebooted at least 5 times with each drive and it didn't ask to select a boot drive, same with all drives connected.
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Although I've been getting errors and a bsod from playing games today.
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Okay this is really confusing me now. I did what you've said,rebooted with individual drives but they all booted fine then I booted with all of them and it booted fine. Really odd thing happening.. Rebooted at least 5 times with each drive and it didn't ask to select a boot drive, same with all drives connected.

 

So, even with all of the drives connected and rebooting like 5 times, you still get no boot error?

 

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Although I've been getting errors and a bsod from playing games today.

 

Try the same games right now. Perhaps one of those drives wasn't connected all the way and now it is. I don't know.

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If the bad behavior is repeatable while using alternative drives for system drives, then it's not a drive. If you can narrow it down to occurring with one particular drive used as the system drive then you have your culprit.

In my experience, among "active" components of a computer, storage has the highest failure rate of any component overall, only to be outdone in failure rate by really cheap PSUs (you know, those $14 jobs). Excluding junker PSUs, storage (mechanical and SSD) continues to be the least reliable part of a computer. (coincidentally, it's also the part that most negatively effects us on failure).

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On the far end of the spectrum, CPUs have the lowest failure rates and most stringent QA process among active components in a computer. It's the last part to replace when troubleshooting a problem as it is the least likely to be the problem.
     
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So, even with all of the drives connected and rebooting like 5 times, you still get no boot error?

Nope, no boot errors at all and it's been rebooted quite a few times now.
Try the same games right now. Perhaps one of those drives wasn't connected all the way and now it is. I don't know.

Just started happening this morning before I even unplugged the drives. Was trying to play Metro 2033 this morning but it kept crashing. GPU's are overclocked but can play in safe mode at stock clocks. Was fine earlier this week when I played though.
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If the bad behavior is repeatable while using alternative drives for system drives, then it's not a drive. If you can narrow it down to occurring with one particular drive used as the system drive then you have your culprit.

In my experience, among "active" components of a computer, storage has the highest failure rate of any component overall, only to be outdone in failure rate by really cheap PSUs (you know, those $14 jobs). Excluding junker PSUs, storage (mechanical and SSD) continues to be the least reliable part of a computer. (coincidentally, it's also the part that most negatively effects us on failure).

Motherboards, GPUs, PSUs, and RAM all fall into a middle ground of reliability. Reliability varies by quality of the specific parts chosen.

On the far end of the spectrum, CPUs have the lowest failure rates and most stringent QA process among active components in a computer. It's the last part to replace when troubleshooting a problem as it is the least likely to be the problem.

 

He wasn't trying different drives as system drives. He was just booting into Windows on his SSD with one of his hard drives connected, one at a time - rebooting about 5 times each. Then, after doing one at a time, he connected all of them and tried again, rebooting about 5 times.

 

He said that he gets the boot error about once every other bootup or so.

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Just started happening this morning before I even unplugged the drives. Was trying to play Metro 2033 this morning but it kept crashing. GPU's are overclocked but can play in safe mode at stock clocks. Was fine earlier this week when I played though.

 

Can you try with absolutely nothing overclocked, everything at factory defaults?

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What RAM are you using and are they in the correct DIMM slots?
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What RAM are you using and are they in the correct DIMM slots?

G.Skill Trident 2x8GB 2400. Using the 2 and last slot from the socket.
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Can you try with absolutely nothing overclocked, everything at factory defaults?

Works fine on stock clocks now. Could this be from a failing GPU?
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G.Skill Trident 2x8GB 2400. Using the 2 and last slot from the socket.
Works fine on stock clocks now. Could this be from a failing GPU?

 

Nope, unstable overclock. Whenever you overclock, you have to test the hell out of the component that you're overclocking; bring it to its knees. You have to make sure it's stable. When you overclock, you're kind of playing the role of a manufacturer: you're setting the new clock speed. If you were selling your rig as-is with it all overclocked, then you'd have to make absolutely certain that it's stable enough to be sold. Or, for your own personal use, stable enough to use without any issues. Same thing.

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