Originally Posted by KillingTheSilence
Sorry, but I couldn't help it.
Check your RAM timings, speed, and voltages and make sure that they are set at whatever OCZ recommends. My guess is your RAM needs to run at 1.65V but your mobo set it automatically at 1.5
If everything is how OCZ says it should be, then run memtest like the other guys said.
x2 OCZ RAM is GARBAGE! Stupid RAM fried my mobo
LUCKILY the mobo and RAM were under warranty at the local shop so I swapped in Kingston HyperX.
In fact the local shop and I RMA'd their ram back to them shredded into a million pieces
a bit of vindication for their terrible product.
*EDIT* I agree with xd_1771 you should not be overclocking with this board. You paid $300 for a system you expected to perform like its $600 counterpart. IMO you get what you paid for.
Put EVERYTHING back to stock and see if that helps, ensure the RAM timings/voltages are as specified in the BIOS, ensure all the clocks are set to optimized settings, Clear the CMOS, boot it up and run checkdisks. If it still BSOD's then you're probably hooped, sounds like OCZ has another happy customer
victim.Edited by ajmidd12 - 4/11/11 at 9:34am