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i installed my new 630 into my P5P800 last night, got everything working perfectly, installed all the asus stuff and anything that i needed too, and it worked fine all of 3 hours i was on it...

then i go to turn it on today, and loads windows, i log in, and crash, so i figure maybe it needs more voltage, although i havent overclocked it yet, so i boost it up to 1.5vcore (on air thats close to max for me), and same thing, so then i clear cmos and everything nothing changes, still boots and closes the second windows starts doing stuff

by my calculations (guessing really) it could be a few things
1- hard drive is crap, its long due for a crap out on me, as it has been slowing down alot and being, not so good (dont wanna get to technical for ya )
2- my OCZ powerstream is putting a little too much pressure on the hsf (almost resting on it) and thats causing some fluctuations causing it to hit a high temp for a second and shut down
3- (long shot) im only using a single stick of DDR500 512mb (at ddr400 speed which doesnt matter tho)

anyone got any ideas, as im lazy and would rather go at this all at once than to do it one time after another after another
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post #2 of 3
Have you tried reinstalling windows?
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
AMD Ryzen 7 1800X Asus ROG Crosshair VI Gigabyte GTX 1080 Crucial Ballistix Sport 
Hard DriveHard DriveHard DriveHard Drive
Crucial MX300 1TB M.2 SSD Hitachi 2TB Sata 3.0 HDD Crucial MX300 1TB 2.5" SSD WD Caviar Black 4TB HDD 
CoolingOSMonitorKeyboard
Corsiair H110i Windows 10 Pro x64 3x Dell U2717D 2560x1440 monitors Coolermaster Masterkeys TKL 
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Corsair CX750M Corsair 600C Logitech G900 Corsair MM200 XL 
Audio
Onboard 
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
Intel Core i7-3540M Dell Latitude E6430 Intel HD4000 6GB DDR3 
Hard DriveOptical DriveCoolingOS
128GB Samsung 841 SSD DVD-ROM drive Stock Windows 7 Professional 64-bit 
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1600x900 Latitude E6430 screen Das Keyboard Model S Professional Stock Dell Latitude D6430 Chassis 
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If you have a different hard drive you could swap in real quick, even with win98 or something, that would help to eliminate it. Also, if the PSU is resting on the heat sink, possibly the sink is not fully seating on the CPU. RAM, while a lack of it could hurt performance, would not cause shutdowns unless it is improperly configured. Check the manufacturer's rated timings and voltage, and ensure BIOS timings and voltage are manually set to those recommended. If you can't dig up this info, 2.8v will probably be more than needed, but won't hurt, and 3-4-4-8 are probably looser than necessary, but also won't hurt. Last thought: if heat is in issue, increasing voltage is only going to increase heat and cause greater problems. Kick vcore back to either auto or ~1.4v.
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