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I'm doing pretty stable up to 4.4 or so but when I start going higher my temps are stable and everything but I keep getting a memory management BSOD. Do I need to up the voltage on my ram or something? I haven't touched it yet. It's the ripjaws x designed for sandy bridge. The computer just randomly BSOD once I start going higher but will post fine at 48 just the same bsod...
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Maybe have found my own problem. The memory was locked to DDR3-1600 in the bios instead of being on Auto like I've seen in people's screenshots. So far at 4.6 I'm staying stable in prime. Will see how it goes from here.
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I'm doing pretty stable up to 4.4 or so but when I start going higher my temps are stable and everything but I keep getting a memory management BSOD. Do I need to up the voltage on my ram or something? I haven't touched it yet. It's the ripjaws x designed for sandy bridge. The computer just randomly BSOD once I start going higher but will post fine at 48 just the same bsod...

what exactly is the error you're getting ? is it a bsod or a black screen on startup telling you the error? I had similar issues when I manually set the ram to 1600mhz in the bios because they were at 1333 and they are made to run 1600 stock.


Btw for my 4.5k OC I set the X to 45, BCLK is at 100 ( should always stay at 100 unless you're going for an extreme OC) voltage at 1.32v, I was getting BSOD at 1.30v when running prime.

I also have ripjaws


edit: I guess you found the issue.
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I was getting a memory_management error but that seems to have gone away when I set the memory control in the bios to auto instead of it running set that way. I just BSOD this time but I was 48x at 1.390 but I figured it wouldn't stay stable at that, about the 7th run in prime95 it BSOD with 0x000001x I think. I just upped the voltage a little bit and am going to try again.

I'm really not too concerned about the voltage with the processor though I'm trying to stay away from 1.5v because I don't want a quick kill. If the processor were to die in 6 months from all this playing I personally feel I still got my money out of it because of the pure enjoyment factor. I'm trying to play with the folding stuff and such and just for the enjoyment of it running that fast stable.
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So it ran and ran then crashed. No errors recorded in prim95 log or anything, just a hard reboot. What will factory ddr3-1600 ram actually amount too.
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I keep getting a BSOD regardless of what I try. It's posting fine etc but just randomly blue screens. I've tried upping the voltage to 1.4 to see if it would stablize or not and it's still crashing. This also happens when I am folding.

Problem signature:
Problem Event Name:BlueScreen
OS Version:6.1.7600.2.0.0.768.3
Locale ID:1033

Additional information about the problem:
BCCode:124
BCP1:0000000000000000
BCP2:FFFFFA800618B028
BCP3:00000000BE000000
BCP4:0000000000800400
OS Version:6_1_7600
Service Pack:0_0
Product:768_1

This is on a P8P67 Pro with a 2500k. Any ideas would be greatly appreciated.
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Fixed. Reset the BIOS and changed nothing but the multiplier and RAM voltage. Overnight prime stable at 4.6 1.34v @ 59c.
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