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I don't know why but I keep getting BSODs. I thought it was my settings so I restored to default settings and I still get them. Could the ram be the problem? What is the best timing to set it?

I am at 3.03 Ghz at 273x11 with timings at 5-6-6-20

The BSOD said a driver stopped responding known as a "STOP" or something.
I am thinking about reformating.

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put everything back to stock and start the overclock again. what might of happened tha during an overclock if it was unstable while loading a driver it might have gotten corrupt.

try resetting the CMOS and boot up again. if not then you might have to install windwos or do a ****ty ASR (automated system recovery)
    
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what're the stock timings for your RAM? Loose timings can cause instability as well... make sure they're at stock, and that you're providing enough voltage to them.

I'm told the DS3L gives 1.8v at stock regardless of what your DIMMs are supposed to get, so you have to overvolt them yourself. Not sure if the DS3R is the same....
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I got a BSOD at stock after I sent an error to Microsoft. Default settings for ram is 4-4-4-12
    
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Yeah, i bet it's the timings then. Set them manually to 4-4-4-12 and make sure they're getting their stock voltage.
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Yeah, i bet it's the timings then. Set them manually to 4-4-4-12 and make sure they're getting their stock voltage.
Definitely set them to 4-4-4-12, but I would up the voltage a bit from stock. Maybe set the voltage to around 2.0 and see how that works.

I used to have Crucial Ballistix memory as well, but after a month or so the brand new sticks would fail. I guess Crucial made a bad batch. Test each of your sticks and make sure that they are all working.
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