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I'll check it out, thanks.

I BSOD'd again BTW. So taking out the one stick didn't stop it, but it helped.

I'm beginning to think this has something to do with my BIOS settings and memory timings.
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i got that bsod before... have you tried reinstalling the graphics drivers? that fixed it for me

or upping the voltage just a tiny bit
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post #14 of 14
try running you memory at loose timing 5-5-5-15 that may help I run my value ram at 5-5-5-15 or 4-4-4-14 and my Q6600 is overclock to the same as a Q6700 at the moment
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