post #61 of 67
1/8/11 at 7:15pm
It's either your processor or your motherboard, with the most likely culprit being your motherboard. You could have a faulty memory controller, which on 775 is seperate from your processor. In simple terms, your motherboard could have problems with your specific RAM or could have a problem transmitting information. Considering processors rarely fault on stock speeds, this is your best bet for initial replacement. Make sure your voltages/timings are exactly as they are supposed to be (according to the manufacturers website) in the BIOS. If these changes are made and you are still seeing an IRQL error, RMA the board.