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post #11 of 25
Does it bsod when running default at speeds?

Have you ran memtest?
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post #12 of 25
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Yes. First it crashes when running any speeds, it crashed from the moment it arrived actually lol. The day after getting my computer I woke up turned on my computer and bleep BSOD.

if I run Memtest within the first boot (where it's supposed to be crashing in windows) it spits a ton of error within seconds. then I restart, like I do after windows BSODs, Pshhh.. works great, no errors even after many loops.

Ergo, something keeps ******* up in the first boot.
post #13 of 25
Did you ever try an older BIOS version?

Did you ever contact Gigabyte?

Also, I did some reading about your specific cold boot problem with the BSOD and Memtest failures. It seems, more often that not, that RAM modules are causing the issue (even with no more errors after the first boot).

I would suggest contacting MushkinSean or MushkinNick, to see if they have any insight into your problem.
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post #14 of 25
Mine is doing the same thing! I'm going to try memtest tonight after I get off from work. It was running fine at 42X now if it's not at 33X it goes nuts trying to boot. I tried the AutoOC in the Asus bios again and it failed to boot as soon as it started.
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post #15 of 25
Might be a corrupt install of windows. Try booting in to linux through a flash drive or CD.
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post #16 of 25
Is your environment really cold when you boot up your PC?
It might be the cold bug thing.
Before I moved with my parents, I used to live with my grandma in her older house. During winter my room would be really cold in the morning so when I booted my PC, it ALWAYS BSOD'd ... first boot and sometimes even the second one... it had to "warm up" before it was stable enough to run properly. I could run endless loops of memtest or prime/IBT after it got warm.
Although, AFAIK, this is a P45 issue .. I've never seen anything like this on the new sockets...
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post #17 of 25
I can almost guarantee you it's faulty RAM- exact same thing happened to me since day 1 when I built a new build.

I had G.Skill Ripjaws 4GB (2 sticks) every time I started the PC up after it's been off for hours it would BSOD almost instantly, and if I ran memtest straight after the cold boot I'd get thousands of errors in 2 seconds.

I swapped it for a replacement set of RAM and never ever got this problem.

The way I used to be able to get it to work is start the PC up, and either go to BIOS, or boot select screen straight away, power off, then power back on- then the RAM would work 100% fine until it was left off for a while.

Must be the RAM if it's EXACTLY what I was getting- google it and more people have had this problem type cold boot bsod ram or something
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post #18 of 25
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It happens with different BIOS versions too.

It can't be due to literally being too cold, cuz it also happened in the summer months when it was over 35c. I dont know if it's the RAM, since the error messages are different all the time.

I didn't try to contact neither Gigabyte nor Mushkin.
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I can almost guarantee you it's faulty RAM- exact same thing happened to me since day 1 when I built a new build.

I had G.Skill Ripjaws 4GB (2 sticks) every time I started the PC up after it's been off for hours it would BSOD almost instantly, and if I ran memtest straight after the cold boot I'd get thousands of errors in 2 seconds.

I swapped it for a replacement set of RAM and never ever got this problem.

The way I used to be able to get it to work is start the PC up, and either go to BIOS, or boot select screen straight away, power off, then power back on- then the RAM would work 100% fine until it was left off for a while.

Must be the RAM if it's EXACTLY what I was getting- google it and more people have had this problem type cold boot bsod ram or something
DAMM, Finally somebody who describes my exact problem! ******* RAM. Well, I mean, I'm glad it's probably the RAM and not the Mobo lol, I need more RAM anyway, 3 Gigs is just about enough these days. I need more than enough
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What is ACPI?
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