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Originally Posted by CanisSilvermoon
Well I think I am alright running DDR2-533/PC-4300, its 1:1 so I am not suffering from any preformace issues. But I would like to tighten the timings, currently I am running at 4-4-4-10, which its supposed to be at 3-4-4-10 accroding to the factory settings, but my system is quite instable when running the CAS at 3. Does voltage increase provide more stability for timings? And what timings do you think I might be able to push for?
Try 2.1 or 2.2V. That will allow you to tighten your timings. I suspect you will be able to get it to 3-3-3-6, Geil makes good RAM.
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post #12 of 24
Lol Cannis you are in the same boat as me, Pentium D 930 Presler at 4.006GHz (266x15) with DDR2 667 at DDR2 533 in a 1:1 ratio My RAM is rated for 4-4-4-8 at 667 and at 533 I can run 3-3-3-8 with no problems at the stock voltage of 1.8v. If your memory is giving you problems you could try setting it on a lower divider for a few days, such as maybe a 5:4 divider to see if its really the RAM.
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You need to trouble-shoot the STOP event.

Open System in Control Panel --> On the Advanced tab, under Startup and Recovery, click Settings --> Under System Failure, select the check boxes that correspond to the actions you want Windows to perform if a Stop error occurs:

Follow this:

Write an event to the system log specifies that event information will be recorded in the system log.

Check this to log the event.

Send an administrative alert specifies that your system administrator will be notified.

Check this to log this event in the event manager system alert

Automatically reboot specifies that Windows will automatically restart your computer.

Disable this check. This will now display the entire STOP event on the blue screen and will now not reboot the event.

Post the entire details here and we can isolate your error.

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Well I went through the windows Event Viewer and found I think the event of the STOP and the dump's saved location. Here is what the event says:

"The computer has rebooted from a bugcheck. The bugcheck was: 0x0000009c (0x00000000, 0x805535f0, 0xb2000000, 0x1040080f). A dump was saved in: E:\\WINDOWS\\Minidump\\Mini040706-01.dmp."

Of course I am not 100% if this the event that was reported because of my computer memory dump, but it looks like to me, even the long code seems familar.

EDIT:
After reseaching the STOP/Bugcheck #:0x0000009c is relating to an hardware error, but the parameters (1-4) I am not sure what they mean.
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If your ram will not run at factory timings, especialy while underclocked, then you need to rma it. It sounds like bad memory to me. What was the outcome of memtest?
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I haven't had the chance of memtested it yet. But its a potential that my RAM is bad. I haven't ran it above PC-4300 since I started overclocking and I have had this ram for quite a long time. I wish I could RMA it and get something better.
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Do you have quick boot enabled? If you do then disable it and it will do a memory test for you that may detect problems. It is not as good as memtest but it may tell you if your memory is bad. Still download memtest and run it though.
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I went ahead and disabled quick boot and everything tests fine. I spent most of today gaming to test the memory (and have fun) and was not a single problem all day. So for now I think I might have a stable system.
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Alright I finally had another error, a blue screen of death. >.< This times the error is:

"The computer has rebooted from a bugcheck. The bugcheck was: 0x0000009c (0x00000000, 0x805555f0, 0xb2000000, 0x1040080f). A dump was saved in: C:\\WINDOWS\\Minidump\\Mini041106-01.dmp."

Ok again its an hardware error and I am not sure what is the cause. Does anyone know what the stop parameters mean?
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You need to follow my advice as the Blue Screen will give additional information that is not saved in the Event Viewer. The Memory dump will just give you the dump of what was in the memory (Binary) at the time of the Event.

If you follow my directions you will be halted at the Blue Screen and will be given additional information regarding the driver or Stop Event Code. The bugcheck is used by programmers to debug an event with source code.

IF you follow my advice, please post the entire Blue Screen error code and driver function. If not then, good luck

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