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post #21 of 31
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I have my new RAM set now and would like to say Its 7-8-7 now, @ i7stealth, guess what? i set it to 1T it didn't want to go to 8, so i had to set it to 2T So the RAM set wasn't actually DOA. On an unrelated topic, my computer when i shut it down wants to power itself on again, is there a fix for that?
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post #22 of 31
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oh great here comes the problems AGAIN. i am now getting random BSOD of STOP 0x124, using blue screen viewer it says probably caused my ntoskrnl.exe
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post #23 of 31
0x124 is usually a CPU problem. Not the RAM.
Revise overclock/add vCore?
And yeah, some RAM kits really hate 1T.
post #24 of 31
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^ The irony of it is in the BIOS settings i set it to 1T instead of auto, it hates that BUT i set it back to the default to auto, and CPU Z shows memory at 1T
CPU problem? So all i do is add voltage to the CPU or what?
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post #25 of 31
Try that. 0x0124 is usually related with having too little vCore. The auto thing must be a BIOS issue, it is weird!
post #26 of 31
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^ it is weird... i'll try the vCore thing tomorrow when i have time
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post #27 of 31
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alright it seems to have run a little bit smoother, changed it from 1.36 to 1.37 volts for the CPU voltage. Now i just need to tackle that shutdown problem. Strangely when i press the power button on the case, it shuts down without turning itself back on, but in windows when i shut it down, it turns itself back on...
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post #28 of 31
That one might be a BIOS issue of sorts.
post #29 of 31
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does anyone know how to up the RAM Speed? I can only set it to 1487 or else it will not boot up... tried to change the FSB divider thing from auto to 1:4 and it wouldn't boot up
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post #30 of 31
You must have a rather odd bus clock running. These are available RAM multipliers on AM3/DDR3: 4x, 5.33x, 6.66x and 8x. Run these multipliers accordingly with the bus clock (i.e. 200 x 8, 240 x 6.66) to get the proper Mhz.
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