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Make sure memory is set to XMP default. It could be your memory isnt getting enough voltage. Memtest is useless in my opinion. Ive seen unstable memory pass 100 times, but 15 minutes of prime95 crashes.
Just to make sure ,cause im bit noob,you mean enable xmp and set memory speed to default?Also leave dram voltage to auto, right?
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Sounds like the chip to me.

What cooler are you using?
i am using the nzxt kraken x61
post #13 of 36
Plug your monitor into your MB and try to run without GFX card. Also what's your PSU?
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Plug your monitor into your MB and try to run without GFX card. Also what's your PSU?
Yes i am about to try that.I am using a corsair ax750w with sleeved cable extensions (could these cause the problem?)
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Plug your monitor into your MB and try to run without GFX card. Also what's your PSU?

 

OP, its always nice to fill in your system in the profile section. This way we know what we are working with whilst debugging.

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OP, its always nice to fill in your system in the profile section. This way we know what we are working with whilst debugging.
Yes i am sorry for that,i am a new member.For now i have written my specs at page one
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Yes i am sorry for that,i am a new member.For now i have written my specs at page one

 

Thanks and no problem!

 

Since you have a good quality PSU and more than enough power to run your system 2-3x I think you have a defective processor or motherboard.

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Thanks and no problem!

Since you have a good quality PSU and more than enough power to run your system 2-3x I think you have a defective processor or motherboard.
For now i am going to try running the stability test without the gpu overclock applied and if that fails too i am going to try removing the gpu and running the test with the onboard card.This way i can make sure its not gpu related.After that i am going to test the ram.
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For now i am going to try running the stability test without the gpu overclock applied and if that fails too i am going to try removing the gpu and running the test with the onboard card.This way i can make sure its not gpu related.After that i am going to test the ram.

 

Make sure everything is stock. CPU, GPU and memory. Memory doesn't always show its faulty. You can also try to swap the memory sticks and test one each time whilst running a stability test. 

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Make sure everything is stock. CPU, GPU and memory. Memory doesn't always show its faulty. You can also try to swap the memory sticks and test one each time whilst running a stability test. 
I was running the stability test the whole time with gpu overclocked.I turned it to default and i am not getting any crashes for the past 10mins running OCCT.Could gpu overclock be the cause?
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