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Old 03-07-2007, 11:03 PM   #1 (permalink)
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i keep getting a BSOD physical memory dump error
i got it twice in the passed hour

before i only got it once about 3 weeks ago and never thought anything of it but i ran metest for about an hour to make sure and it showed no errors

does anyone know what could be happening?
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Old 03-07-2007, 11:29 PM   #2 (permalink)
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do you maybe have a bad stick o ram?
maybe you're getting some voltage fluctuations in your ram voltage?
f2b dont you overclock?
try putting everything to stock?
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it can be 2 possible sitches and nagasama mentioned both:

1. Too much overclocking
2. You got a bad stick of RAM
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put everything to default
ran memtest for 6 hours without any errors
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try iverclocking the processor but set a divider so your ram stays at or below stock and see if you get any errors then.
i bet it is ram voltage....fluctuation or an intermittently bad stick when overclocked...
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could it be psu ? sending not enough to ram?
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more like a motherboard problem.
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