Re: GA-ep45-ud3r windows7 64bit bsod daily
Agreed with Chike. With XMP enabled your RAM was already running on 2.1V.
Your MCH Core could do with tweaking. Try 1.2V first. After that try 1.22V -1.26V. If no joy then go the other way and try 1.12-1.18V.
If you still have problems, I would disable XMP and set RAM timings manually to 5-6-6-16. You may leave the advanced timings on auto if you wish for now. Setting a static tRead of 6-7 may help you gain total stability all by itself or along with the above MCH Core changes. At 266 FSB with the same CPU and similar RAM (mine is 5-5-5-15 DDR-1066) I'm stable at tRead = 5. Adding to this number (on both channels) may be needed for you.
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