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Also, I would be more than happy to post a minidump. I don't know how to use them, but if anyone else here does that would be GREAT
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Sounds like the vcore isn't high enough, probably getting vdroop in the BIOS, or a memory error due to instability, the FSB might be to high.

This Stop message indicates that a kernel-mode process or driver attempted to access a memory address to which it did not have permission to access. The most common cause of this error is an incorrect or corrupted pointer that references an incorrect location in memory. A pointer is a variable used by a program to refer to a block of memory. If the variable has an incorrect value in it, the program tries to access memory that it should not. When this occurs in a user-mode application, it generates an access violation. When it occurs in kernel mode, it generates a STOP 0x0000000A message.
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Ya, I'm familiar with data structures, I just haven't had any experience with troubleshooting BSODs lol. Well, it was referencing an ATI file, so I updated my drivers and I'm hoping that will fix it. Later (AFTER MY LAST FINAL, WOOT), I will post my BIOS specs and you can tell me if you think anything needs raising/lowering to avoid memory corruption and what not. Thanks Mistral
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K, heres my specs... My CPU is the 1035t native at 2.6Ghz, DRAM runs native at 1866 @ 1.5v (1.55v for stable on my build) CPU/NB @ 2.7ghz +/-100mhz, Bus Freq @308, multiplier ratio @ 13.0 (which is max), DRAM @ 1600 +/- 100, CPU @ 4.006Ghz
My VCore is @1.38-1.40v (which is +0.200325v over factory) (depending on load), core temps stay under 50c while under load, DRAM @ 1.55 (and its underclocked), timings at 9-10-9-28 (factory for my RAM GSkill Sniper 4GBx2), CPU/NB is stock (whatever that is) + 0.05v. Do you see any issues here that could be causing trouble off the top of your head? I updated the ATI drivers and haven't had a problem since, but like you I think that this is probably an issue with memory corruption. MEMTEST86 returns no errors. Is my CPU/NB Fast enough? If not, what speed/voltage do you think should be used?
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Hi, anyone has tried TXD32048M1866HC8DC on this mobo?
Are TeamGroup 2x1gb, 1866 C8 @ 1.9V

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K, heres my specs... My CPU is the 1035t native at 2.6Ghz, DRAM runs native at 1866 @ 1.5v (1.55v for stable on my build) CPU/NB @ 2.7ghz +/-100mhz, Bus Freq @308, multiplier ratio @ 13.0 (which is max), DRAM @ 1600 +/- 100, CPU @ 4.006Ghz
My VCore is @1.38-1.40v (which is +0.200325v over factory) (depending on load), core temps stay under 50c while under load, DRAM @ 1.55 (and its underclocked), timings at 9-10-9-28 (factory for my RAM GSkill Sniper 4GBx2), CPU/NB is stock (whatever that is) + 0.05v. Do you see any issues here that could be causing trouble off the top of your head? I updated the ATI drivers and haven't had a problem since, but like you I think that this is probably an issue with memory corruption. MEMTEST86 returns no errors. Is my CPU/NB Fast enough? If not, what speed/voltage do you think should be used?

Your vcore looks a little low for 4.0Ghz you could try increasing it to 1.45v, if your temps are staying below 50c under load it should be OK to up the vcore. As to the CPU/NB it's really a personal preference, 2.7Ghz is ample to prevent memory bottlenecking at 4.0Ghz but most guys like to go as high as possible as it improves memory performance, the CPU/NB frequency controls the speed of the memory controller (IMC). CPU/NB stock voltage is 1.15v/1.16v try increasing it to 1.2v/1.25v, increasing the CPU/NB frequency usually requires a bump in the CPU/NB voltage to stabilize it. You might have to increase your ram voltage AMD systems are usually happier with the ram Voltage at 1.6v/1.65v. whatever you decide to do try only one at a time and see what the result is. Sandman may be able to give you some advice he runs his CPU/NB quite high.
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Anyone managed to work without hydra logix software?, im actually using nvidia + amd crossfire, slots 1 2 and 5. Please share your experiences with the CHIVE and multi gpu configs without using hydra.
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Got Crossfire working with PhysX now biggrin.gif
Got my 5850's in slots 1 and 2 and my 9800GT in slot 5 smile.gif
Would love to get it working with my 5850's in slots 1 and 3 for better air flow but as soon as I move one card from slot 2 into slot 3 the hydra driver stops loading and my 9800GT is no longer visible frown.gif
Does anyone know if Tri-Fire + PhysX is doable with this board?


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Well im looking for the same thing, since airflow isnt good enough and i dont want a card screaming inside my rig because of temperature issues. Well i had to do the same as you. And i ask the same, does anyone managed to deal with this fact?......
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Also, I would be more than happy to post a minidump. I don't know how to use them, but if anyone else here does that would be GREAT
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I updated the ATI drivers and haven't had a problem since, but like you I think that this is probably an issue with memory corruption. MEMTEST86 returns no errors. Is my CPU/NB Fast enough? If not, what speed/voltage do you think should be used?

See if these are of any help for BSOD dump.
http://www.nirsoft.net/utils/blue_screen_view.html
http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/hh406232.aspx

I went through something similar and would say let it ride a few days. If the updated drivers seem to have cured the issue (time will be the test) wouldn't it make sense to hold off and actually verify they worked or not, thus eliminating one possibility.

How stable is your OC? (how tested and how long?)
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I just recently bought a Crosshair IV and wanted to ask a few questions since mine didn't come with a manual. I was wondering what the Cpu, Dram, VGA, and Boot device lights near the go button indicated because when I boot up my rig the cpu light stays lit while the Dram flashes..... also was wondering if anyone knew where I could get a new Rear I/O Panel for the motherboard?
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