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Ok, I'm pretty sure now that the RAM is failing.
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Try bumping the Ram voltage 1 notch. Is there a possibility that you can lower your ram speed ? There is almost no performances gain from 900-1100 IMO.
The fasted SuperPI i have run(10.9sec 1m) was with my Hyperx @ 971mhz 6.5.5-15. cpu @ 4ghz

My Corsair Dominator is making 1m in ~11.1xx Sec @ 1100mhz 5.5.5-18 cpu @ 4ghz

Here is the list i use when i get BSOD
The list @ XS It´s for I7, but it works with 775 also

This has helped me very much.
Edited by TwistedDane - 3/12/11 at 3:11am
    
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Originally Posted by Kuyumdzhiev View Post
The fun was short tho, again a BSOD occurred while i was testing the system with FIfa 11, the same thing happened yesterday and now again even with stable system... maybe the memory is faulty or maybe the hard drive, because i was recording via fraps????? The funny thing is that a game like BF:Bad Company 2 which is really resource demanding runs smoothly as butter, and Fifa 11 BSOD's the hell outta the system...
Where'd you get your Fifa11 from.. purchased from a store, or did you download it?
If your system is stable, and it has been proven to be, then no game what so ever should cause your system to BSOD because the stability programs you tested your system on push your pc elements to 100%.. games don't. Especially not Fifa11.
I'd sudgest finding a different source of that game. Or try playing Fifa11 without Fraps running, etc..
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Where'd you get your Fifa11 from.. purchased from a store, or did you download it?
If your system is stable, and it has been proven to be, then no game what so ever should cause your system to BSOD because the stability programs you tested your system on push your pc elements to 100%.. games don't. Especially not Fifa11.
I'd sudgest finding a different source of that game. Or try playing Fifa11 without Fraps running, etc..
Now i got another bsod with "3B" code, which form the post by TwistedDane should be insificient vcore. I Upped it a notch and i gonna test again. The game is cracked, but it doesnt really matter I haven't been getting bsods before the clock, also i got a bsod yesterday from a different game Heroes of Newerth. I will test further...
Edited by Kuyumdzhiev - 3/12/11 at 8:01am
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If you get more ram problems try using BurnIn Test and run a ram only test, to see if your ram is getting errors

I have been using this a little time, and kinda like the ram test(the only one i use)

Btw. It´s TwistedDane
    
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If you get more ram problems try using BurnIn Test and run a ram only test, to see if your ram is getting errors

I have been using this a little time, and kinda like the ram test(the only one i use)

Btw. It´s TwistedDane
Ah, my bad mate,sry. I will do Memtest boot overnight.
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Is this better ? Stable so far. And stable for me is gaming stable

I hit 4500 today, but not stable(yet!)
Looks good!
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post #98 of 98
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Those BSOD's are getting out of control 0x1E...0x5O...0x1A...and on tests the system is just fine....they only occur on 2 games Heroes of Newerth and Fifa 11... how can i game be more demanding than a stress program... I'm getting really frustrated.... any ideas???
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