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post #11 of 21
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Alright, more information- I just logged in today, and got the 'Nvidia driver has stopped responding but has recovered' error, then shortly after BSOD'd with the attached dmp file. BSOD.txt 2k .txt file

I'm going to try another clean install of my gpu drivers and see where that gets me.
post #12 of 21
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Originally Posted by [T]yphoon View Post

looks like its a IRQL_Not_Less_Or_Equal (0x0000000A) BSOD
this has nothing to do with the OC

Those BSOD can easily be caused by an unstable OC, especially with regard to the memory controller or the memory itself.
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Alright, more information- I just logged in today, and got the 'Nvidia driver has stopped responding but has recovered' error, then shortly after BSOD'd with the attached dmp file. BSOD.txt 2k .txt file

I'm going to try another clean install of my gpu drivers and see where that gets me.

Your system is not stable. Don't bother reinstalling drivers until you isolate and stabilize the underlying issue.

It's probably NB voltage or memory timings, but you'll have to actually do some testing to be sure.
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post #13 of 21
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It's probably NB voltage or memory timings, but you'll have to actually do some testing to be sure.

I will try those things. Before I installed my 'new' cpu, I was running a core 2 duo at 3.9ghz without touching anything other than vcore and it was 100% stable... shouldn't that vouch for the ram timings/voltage at that fsb or is there something fundamentally different when running a quad?
post #14 of 21
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Your Q6600 is an older 65nm part. The Q9650 is a 45nm Yorkfield. The voltages they tend to require are considerably different.

I have several 45nm dual cores (e5400, e5700, e7400), and they all would need more than 1.275V for 400 FSB...I am still saying vcore is the issue here. I only referenced the Q6600 because it's what I have in my only P45 motherboard.

Edit - actually, the motherboard I thought was P45 is actually 975X, a P5W DH Deluxe. Shouldn't matter though.
Edited by Aaron_Henderson - 10/2/15 at 9:03am
post #15 of 21
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Ok I've been digging around and noticed something- I'm trying to run SLI on a motherboard rated for Crossfire. Could this be causing my issues? I wasn't running SLI (or trying) until around the same time as all this started happening (its hard to pinpoint this stuff cause I did a lot of system changing at once).
post #16 of 21
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Ok I've been digging around and noticed something- I'm trying to run SLI on a motherboard rated for Crossfire. Could this be causing my issues? I wasn't running SLI (or trying) until around the same time as all this started happening (its hard to pinpoint this stuff cause I did a lot of system changing at once).

Not sure if that is what is causing your issues, but it is entirely possible. You could try this -

http://www.techpowerup.com/forums/threads/hypersli-enabling-sli-on-non-sli-motherboards.153046/

http://www.hardwarecanucks.com/forum/video-cards/40198-sli-non-believer-guide-how-eenable-sli-non-sli-cert-mobo.html

Might need a new motherboard for you SLI if you can't get something like that working.

Also, can't remember if you mentioned it or not...what PSU are you using?
Edited by Aaron_Henderson - 10/2/15 at 9:10am
post #17 of 21
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Yeah, actually about to try all that right now.

My PSU should be good- Antec 'High current gamer' 850 I think
post #18 of 21
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Originally Posted by ***JUSTWORK View Post

Yeah, actually about to try all that right now.

My PSU should be good- Antec 'High current gamer' 850 I think

Just a warning...the links are pretty old, not sure if that works with the newer drivers at all, so you might be stuck with super old drivers even if you do get it working.
post #19 of 21
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I had to boot into safe mode and manually replace the original driver file with the one created by the program (in safe mode). After I did that it seems to be working, as I now have a 'Configure SLI' option in my NVIDIA control panel. As I was looking through the new options available I got the 'driver has failed and recovered error' followed by a hard freeze. After about 5/6 reboots of windows not being able to load, it started working again and as of me writing this it seems okay...

BTW this is all with default bios settings- no OC currently.

I've apparently got issues all over the place... I'm considering just doing a clean windows 7 install and seeing what happens then
Edited by WTFJUSTWORK - 10/2/15 at 10:49am
post #20 of 21
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Originally Posted by ***JUSTWORK View Post

I had to boot into safe mode and manually replace the original driver file with the one created by the program (in safe mode). After I did that it seems to be working, as I now have a 'Configure SLI' option in my NVIDIA control panel. As I was looking through the new options available I got the 'driver has failed and recovered error' followed by a hard freeze. After about 5/6 reboots of windows not being able to load, it started working again and as of me writing this it seems okay...

BTW this is all with default bios settings- no OC currently.

I've apparently got issues all over the place... I'm considering just doing a clean windows 7 install and seeing what happens then

Have you tried running a single GPU and all stock settings, perhaps with only a single stick of RAM? Try that and run some stress tests on your hardware...memtest, Prime95 and perhaps a GPU benchmark. Unhook everything not essential to running the stress tests, including fans and everything. Are you running the latest BIOS on your motherboard? Perhaps check if an update is needed to run the Q9650 on your board, it's possible it does need a BIOS update.
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