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Well sadly the last crash happened while I was on my other harddrive that was not set to not reboot. (I use interchangeable harddrives with harddrive racks and change between harddrives for internet use and gaming/preformance). So the next time if happens I will have the information.

But I did Memtest my RAM, I let is run for an hour or 2 passes, with no errors. Though something a little weird I noticed though. I have attached three pictures; the middle one is of the memtest and I red underlined what I thought was weird. It says my RAM is at 356MHz or DDR-712, now if this is right I can see where the problem would be except that my BIOS and CPU-Z say differently. I am thinking this is just an error on the part of the memtest.

And sorry for asking alot of questions. I am not well experienced with RAM. When I think I am getting it, something goes wrong.


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You are running on a ~266 X 4 = 1066 FSB so that data is correct. I would drop the vcore voltage until the color is white as I do not believe that you will need an increase in vcore. You are just on an Intel Spec 1066FSB so there should be no real vcore increase necessary.

It is a bit strange that your CPU-Z is showing a 1:1 ratio and that Memtest is showing a 3:5 ratio. Possibly you changed the ratio and thus the screens are different.

There is no problem either way but I personally would raise your DDR voltage to 2.0V.

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No I didn't touch any setting, all the pictures I attached are within a few min of each other. Its just strange that my RAM's speed is detected differently on different programs. And here is another program that says I am running at 356Mhz, its called RightMark Memory Analyzer. So...
My BIOS and CPU-Z says 266MHz and
Memtest86 and RightMark says 356MHz

I am a little confused on why Memtest86 and RightMark would say that. I am mostly trusting my BIOS to be right.
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Anyway, I had another blue screen error, the stop code is again 0x0000009c (0x00000000, 0x805555f0, 0xb2000000, 0x1040080f). I tried to take a picture of the error but the computer rebooted before I could (even though I selected not to reboot on error). So other then a fatal machine check exception has occurred on my computer and the stop code above is all I can get out of these errors.
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