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Whenever I try and run something like a game, after a while sometimes my PC BSOD's and memory dumps, I finally got sick of it and decided to up the voltage on my memory up a notch (this fixed it before) to 2.0v (the highest safe voltage according to overclockers.co.uk) and reset the computer, this time it BSOD'ed as the game was initialising, so I turned down my overclock 40QFSB (10FSB) and the computer BSOD'ed loading windows :S then I reset and its good enough to post this message.

What causes a memory dump, the RAM? Should I loosen the timings (timings and RAM are at reccomended settings (4-4-4-15)?
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What OS are you using? Try looking in the event viewer and read what the error messages tell you.
What brand of memory...
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I'm sorry I thought my system displayed my memory more exactly, OCZ platinum revision 2, windows vista (p.s. did not have these problems in XP)
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I have the same RAM and I run them at 2.1 qith 4-4-3-12 timings no oc to them. 2.1 volts were what OCZ tech support told me to run them at with the 680i board.

edit**** go to Control Panel\\Administrative Tools\\Event viewer and you can google the exact error message to see if there are any issues like your.
post #5 of 17
Did you try running any stability test since youchanged over to vista or did you just keep the same oc.
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post #6 of 17
Yeah, you might try lossening your timings a bit. Also, change your command rate from 2T to 1T.
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Originally Posted by MADMAX22 View Post
Did you try running any stability test since youchanged over to vista or did you just keep the same oc.

Good call, I'm such a dope not to suggest that.
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Did you try running any stability test since youchanged over to vista or did you just keep the same oc.
I cant find a stress test that will work on 64bit, any ideas? So I just kept the same

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Yeah, you might try lossening your timings a bit. Also, change your command rate from 2T to 1T.
wont this half my performance, I think I should just try loosing timings first? to 5-5-5-15?
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post #9 of 17
I would run memtest on your memory to make sure it's not your RAM
post #10 of 17
If you do solve it I'd be interested to see how because many people including me have had this problem, make sure the temps of your processor are good, also just for the heck of it, I fixed the same problem on my computer by deleting my old video card drivers and installing new ones, it had nothing to do with ram, maybe because you have vista you need to change your drivers.
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