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Hola,

Since a week or two I have 2 9600gt's in SLi. OC'ed both 9600's to the values in my sig. My memory running at 4-4-4-8. But ever since I got 2 9600's in SLi I've been getting weird bsod's "Hardware failure, call your supplier" or something.

So initially I thought I clocked my 9600's too high so I've set them back to stock values. But still got the bsod's so thought maybe its the memory ... put that on 5-5-5-15. Situation remains the same. So I've clocked my cpu 200mhz back and problem seems to be gone. OC'ed 9600's again have put my memory back at 4-4-4-8 and no problems yet.

So is the CPU dying ? Or could it be a power supply issue ( Enermax liberty dxx II 600w ).

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post #2 of 13
Are you running the latest drivers?
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Yup. Running 174.16 for the 9600's
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post #4 of 13
What does it say on the BSOD? Write it down next time and someone will be able to help you out better. I'd be surprized if it was your CPU.
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It says: "Hardware failure, call your hardware vendor". After that is resets.
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I am getting the same thing... Ever since I put in 2 extra gigs of ram for a total of 4 gigs, my computer has become unstable at higher speeds. I have run memtest and the memory is fine, but it seems to be a CPU or PSU related issue. Consider my situation:

Before the addition of 2 extra gigs: OC to 3.15Ghz no problem w/1:1 ratio
After the addition: I can't even OC to 2.5Ghz or else I'll stat getting random computer lockups (mailnly during games) and superpi will freeze quite often.

Now it's not the new RAM because memtest ran fine, but I am concerned about ym PSU because it's emitting this insanely high-pitched noise that drives me out of my skull giving me headaches and preventing me from fully concentrating and doing ym homework properly. The sound seems to be getting louder and louder, but I'm not sure if it's me hating it more and more or the PSU itself is dying... I guess the best thing to do is:

1) buy a new PSU
2) buy a new CPU if the new PSU doesn't correct the issue

What do you guys think?
 
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post #7 of 13
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Well your problem could also be cause of a low NB voltage. More memory -> put more voltage to the NB.
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post #8 of 13
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Set the NB voltage regulator to <AUTO> see if that works..
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post #9 of 13
My mobo doesn;t have a NB voltage option :O
 
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post #10 of 13
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:O Its not under the "Jumperfree configuration" menu ?
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