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Old 02-26-2008, 08:05 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Just installed 4gb crucial mem DDr2 800 PC2 6400... upgraded from kingston 667 i believe... well now with no OC'ing whatsoever i try and run 3dmark06 and I get BSOD related to secondary processot didnt recieve clock blah blah blah... i changed voltage to 2.1 but it says needs 2.2 would this have this effect? my mobo wont allow it to go higher than 2.1 i have the 570 sli from biostar if yall have any suggestions..

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Download and run a program called memtest.

You'll want to have something like 4 instances of it running to cover all your memory. If you get any errors at all, either the memory is bad or it does need the recommended 2.2V
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