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BSOD- The system encounters an uncorrectable hardware error (now with picture)

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Hey I'm getting the The system encounters an uncorrectable hardware error BSOD. Whats usually the cause of this? Trying to open the minidump file still.

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Edited by metroidfreak - 3/4/11 at 4:28pm
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0124 is usually caused by lack of vcore or lack of vtt is this machine oc'ed?
also when did this bsod occur
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It's BSOD randomly. I had it up and running folding while I was in class and it crashed. It's not OCd at all other than using an XMP profile to set my ram to stock settings.

It just randomly crash while doing a prime95 blend test.
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Originally Posted by metroidfreak;12589433 
It's BSOD randomly. I had it up and running folding while I was in class and it crashed. It's not OCd at all other than using an XMP profile to set my ram to stock settings.

It just randomly crash while doing a prime95 blend test.

ok did you set the voltage on the ram manually? if its on auto it may not be getting enough juice
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I realized that after I cleared the cmos that I didn't manually set the ram. Set it to 1.6 now. I'll test to see if it crashes again.
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Originally Posted by metroidfreak;12589527 
I realized that after I cleared the cmos that I didn't manually set the ram. Set it to 1.6 now. I'll test to see if it crashes again.

cool also that 12gb might need a slight bump in iho, good luck.
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By how much do you think? It's stock at 1.1v on auto. I put it to 1.12v just now, would that little help?
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Originally Posted by metroidfreak;12589684 
By how much do you think? It's stock at 1.1v on auto. I put it to 1.12v just now, would that little help?

yea 1.12 is good
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It crashed again randomly. Could ram temp be causing this? I touched the ram when it crashed and it was wicked hot. I have a cooling fan on it now. So now lets see what happens.
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post #10 of 16
ripjaws only need 1.5v, loosen up the timings it shouldn't be this difficult... maybe set to factory defaults and blend it.
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