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My system details are in my profile. I just built this machine and have periodic crashes in Windows 7 64-bit. It does not Bluescreen but rather just reboots.

I do not feel like it is a temperature issue as it will reboot on Idle and my Idle temps are 29C -> 37C for my cores. It does appear I may need to re-set my cpu and thermal paste once again as the temps are not even.

Screenshot of memtest-86 included.
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That is telling you that your RAM isn't operating correctly. You need to identify which stick(s) of RAM are either a) defective or b) setup incorrectly.
    
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One thing that concerns me is that in the BIOS it says my memory bus is running at 1.61 volts. This memory should be 1.5v correct? Could this be a problem?

I will work on swapping out the sticks to identify which one crashes. I thought the CPU should auto set timings and voltage? If not could someone help me with what they should be.

I'll provide any information that is needed.

http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=1773825

Andrew
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