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My guess it could be a faulty: RAM or Power Supply.

Or the fact that your RAM is mixed. And 4 modules.

Hypertransport doesn't like that.
Yeah, sucks Intel doesn't use HT.
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I guess you have to try a bunch of things to find the issue.
1. Different power supply, maybe stronger one if not already.
2. Instead of 4 rams, try 2. (Something I learned today from Nasgul. )
3. Try installing a different Operating System.
4. Try another video card.
5. Remove all new updates or update everything.
6. Test all your optical drives and stuff and see if they are faulty, or at least move them out while ocing and testing it a few times.

Good luck with it, and I hope it'd be good.

(Note: Something I hate about computers because of all these factors you need to test if something weird occurs. =p)
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Alright, ruled graphics card out, besides the driver I havent changed I'll change that now, All rams the same. Just ran memory test, everything in the memories fine. Anyone no where I could find BIOS updates for phoenix award bios's?

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Alright, ruled graphics card out, besides the driver I havent changed I'll change that now, All rams the same. Just ran memory test, everything in the memories fine. Anyone no where I could find BIOS updates for phoenix award bios's?

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You mean your motherboard? Go to the manufacturer's website..
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Alrighty found the culprit, and it was...(Drum rool please)...The graphics driver. Windows Vista 32-Bit will not support the 'beta driver'. All fixed, with a simple reinstall of the current version nVidia video driver.

God this is weird, a graphics card stumbling an overclock.
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nVidia makes the motherboard, but not once do they even say 'BiOS Updates - Or anything with the 'BIOS' Name. Please help.
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Stupid, I forgot who owns nVidia. Rofl.
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nVidia makes the motherboard, but not once do they even say 'BiOS Updates - Or anything with the 'BIOS' Name. Please help.
uh ... i dont think nvidia makes motherboards.
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post #19 of 32
Their technology is within the motherboards, but they have not yet made any boards... But if they did, I would like to try one.

If you need to update your board, then you have to see what board do you have? Use EVEREST to see what manfuacterer manufactured your board.
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Stupid, I forgot who owns nVidia. Rofl.
nVidia owns nVida.. They have southbridges on mb's.. Maybe northbridges too but I am not 100% sure. This tech is used by others such as ASUS and eVGA
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