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Old 01-16-2009, 07:18 PM   #1 (permalink)
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well i put everything back into the case. i have 4 scythe ultra kaze fans in a nzxt apollo, i have sli 8800gts' g92 and a q6600. everything is stock atm im instaling my new seagate barracuda 500gb 32mb cache. i have 3gb memory 1 gb crucial 2 gb no name stick. now my problem is my system would boot and after a litle while i would get a bsod. then it wouldnt boot id have to wait about a minut and it would boot back up. my guesse was that it was a heat problem so i took the side panel off and put one of those big square house fans on it no bsod since. so my options are sell my 2 gpu's hold out with no gaming for a litle bit buy a silve stone raven for 269.99 would solve all my cooling issues. or it oculd be my no name memory with no heat spreader, and i could pick up these Newegg.ca - Patriot Viper 4GB (2 x 2GB) 240-Pin DDR2 SDRAM DDR2 1066 (PC2 8500) Dual Channel Kit Desktop Memory - Desktop Memory at there incredible price of 57$. but if it isnt the memory im even more in the hole for cash. finaly i pick up a gtx 280 and hope it is the 2 gpu's over heating.

my cpu has good contact im running 28c idle.

so once again options are
-no gpu stick with an x300 for a few months buy silverstone raven.
-buy patriot memory and hope it is the problem.
-do nothing buy new gpu hope it is both cards causing over heating.
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I thought you already sold those cards?

you could try taking out 1 of those 8800gts and/or try running just 2 sticks of ram
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i only do have 2 sticks 1 is an 1gb the other is 2. and yes the cards are sold technically ive yet to get payed or have them shipped.
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well check the NB temps too. and try running only one stick at a time. aslo what was the blu screen code?
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didnt look all i know is it doesnt crash with the fan up. i think il just work in a week or so when i have off and buy the raven.
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