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Hey guys, I've had 2 BSODs recently, from playing Guild Wars and also from playing a youtube video.

I am not sure which code I google, so if it's ok, I will copy and paste the error message into here:

The OC is stable on prime for 6+ hours and I ran memtest too (can't remember for how many cycles)

Problem signature:
Problem Event Name:BlueScreen
OS Version:6.1.7600.2.0.0.768.3
Locale ID:2057

Additional information about the problem:
BCCode:50
BCP1:FFFFFCD209DBF9DB
BCP2:0000000000000000
BCP3:FFFFF800030895FF
BCP4:0000000000000007
OS Version:6_1_7600
Service Pack:0_0
Product:768_1
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Apparently your system isn't stable.

Do a 24hr+ stability test on more than just prime
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Originally Posted by garricktlee View Post
Apparently your system isn't stable.

Do a 24hr+ stability test on more than just prime
What stability tests do you suggest I run?
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I've found even an hour or two of Intel Burn Test to be better than 24 hours of Prime.
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post #5 of 20
Check your memory settings. If it is overclocked, try to downclock it to stock or lower. Often times, unstable memory settings can give you BSOD's while playing YouTube videos.
     
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Cheers fellas, the RAM is 1600 but I will maybe downclock it. Perhaps I have the voltages set wrong?
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Matty_93 View Post
Cheers fellas, the RAM is 1600 but I will maybe downclock it. Perhaps I have the voltages set wrong?
It's worth double checking your settings just to be safe, especially the timings. Unstable voltages (too high or too low) may contribute to system errors as well. Hopefully adjusting the settings or lowering them will stabilize the system.

Also, you said you ran Memtest before, was this just recently after experiencing the BSOD's, or when you were doing stability tests when OCing? Which Memtest did you run, the Windows version or the one you have to run from a boot disk? If it was the Windows version, I would suggest making a boot disk and running it off that from here:

http://www.ultimatebootcd.com/

If the RAM is not the problem, the other things to absolutely try include reverting back to stock on the CPU. Make sure that all of your drivers are up to date: from video card, to motherboard chipset, etc. If you've installed any programs recently that seem to coincide within the timeframe you started receiving these BSOD's, try rolling back to a previous state to see if that helps. Also, depending on how old your power supply is, try testing with a known good unit from a friend or what not as I don't particularly trust many OCZ units.

Good luck with everything.
     
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post #8 of 20
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Originally Posted by covertash View Post
It's worth double checking your settings just to be safe, especially the timings. Unstable voltages (too high or too low) may contribute to system errors as well. Hopefully adjusting the settings or lowering them will stabilize the system.

Also, you said you ran Memtest before, was this just recently after experiencing the BSOD's, or when you were doing stability tests when OCing? Which Memtest did you run, the Windows version or the one you have to run from a boot disk? If it was the Windows version, I would suggest making a boot disk and running it off that from here:

http://www.ultimatebootcd.com/

If the RAM is not the problem, the other things to absolutely try include reverting back to stock on the CPU. Make sure that all of your drivers are up to date: from video card, to motherboard chipset, etc. If you've installed any programs recently that seem to coincide within the timeframe you started receiving these BSOD's, try rolling back to a previous state to see if that helps. Also, depending on how old your power supply is, try testing with a known good unit from a friend or what not as I don't particularly trust many OCZ units.

Good luck with everything.
Thanks for your help I remember I ran Memtest from a boot disk yeah.

I think I ran it beforedI experienced the BSODs. I've primed for 6 hours on small FFT now, no errors, hopefully a good sign.

The only thing I can say I've noticed is that Just Cause 2 doesn't seem to play as smooth as it could, the settings aren't mega high and I'm getting some patches where the FPS drops fairly low.. just a bit annoying really!
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post #9 of 20
Can you see if there are any instances in Event Viewer that show the Nvidia driver stopping or recovering?
     
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post #10 of 20
It's not just Blue Screen you know. You think it's only important to mention BS and not OD?!?!?!?! Sorry. Anyways, it's blue screen of death. Death!
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