Originally Posted by PP Mguire
AIDA is decent, but I'd try Prime95 and use large RAM stress on it instead. Another way to easily find out if RAM is causing an issue is drop it down to 1600 and see if the machine crashes on you anymore. If it is RAM it doesn't necessarily mean the RAM is bad, just that the machine is unstable at 2400MHz speed.
I have Prime95 installed.. I just heard it wasn't safe for CPU stress tests so I didn't bother using it.
Right now I have it at 1600mhz at 1.5V.. I'll see if it crashes over night while idling as thats when it crashes the most vs stress test..... If it doesnt then ill start the stress just before I go to work
I've also tried 2200mhz, 2133mhz, 2000mhz and 1866mhz and they all crash too.
I would thank you a million times for all the help you've given me in the past but It wont let me because i need to thank other people first..