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  1. #21
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    Default Re: Ram issue / BSOD

    Still no luck - QPI set to 1.2500v, all RAM timings set to manual default settings. I have also increased my RAM voltage to 1.56v (std 1.50v) - same result.

    Cold boot gives me the Memory_management BSOD nearly everytime - once its crashed and I reboot all is OK.

    Cold boot is an issue.....

    Any other suggestions to try?

    The BSOD viewer shows:

    021610-19500-01.dmp 16/02/2010 6:34:13 PM
    MEMORY_MANAGEMENT
    0x0000001a 00000000`00041790 fffffa80`014cb260 00000000`
    0000ffff 00000000`00000000 ntoskrnl.exe ntoskrnl.exe+71f00 NT Kernel & System
    Microsoft® Windows® Operating System Microsoft Corporation 6.1.7600.16385
    (win7_rtm.090713-1255) x64
    Last edited by flyingkiwi; 02-16-2010 at 03:58 PM.
    CPU: i5 750 2.66Ghz
    Mobo: GA-P55A-UD3R (F6 Bios 28.01.2010)
    Ram: 4Gb G.Skill Ripjaws F3-12800CL9 (9-9-9-24)
    GPU: Nvidia 9800GX2 1Gb
    HDD: 3 x Seagate SATA
    Sound: Soundblaster Audigy 2
    Optical: Asus DVR-2401 DVD RW
    24" Samsung HD Screen-2493HM
    Logitech G15 KB + G7 Mouse
    OS: Win XP (32 bit) / Win 7 dual boot (64 bit)
    Stuff: Thrustmaster Joystick, CH Pedals, Track IR4

  2. #22

    Default Re: Ram issue / BSOD

    you wouldn't happen to be in Melbourne flyingkiwi?
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  3. #23
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    Default Re: Ram issue / BSOD

    Quote Originally Posted by qwertylesh View Post
    you wouldn't happen to be in Melbourne flyingkiwi?
    I sure would be.
    CPU: i5 750 2.66Ghz
    Mobo: GA-P55A-UD3R (F6 Bios 28.01.2010)
    Ram: 4Gb G.Skill Ripjaws F3-12800CL9 (9-9-9-24)
    GPU: Nvidia 9800GX2 1Gb
    HDD: 3 x Seagate SATA
    Sound: Soundblaster Audigy 2
    Optical: Asus DVR-2401 DVD RW
    24" Samsung HD Screen-2493HM
    Logitech G15 KB + G7 Mouse
    OS: Win XP (32 bit) / Win 7 dual boot (64 bit)
    Stuff: Thrustmaster Joystick, CH Pedals, Track IR4

  4. #24

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    Nice, me too. I work for computer stores in South Melbourne and the CBD as a technician.

    If you haven't already, try turning off unneeded cpu features like EIST and the C states.

    Also considering your graphics card and number of hard drives, the default ICH core voltage is probably insufficient, raise it from 1.1 to 1.2.

    I think you should bypass the SPD of your ram and enter the timing and command rate manually.

    Keep the processing dice, (its bclk and multi) to stock, and raise the dram frequency so its 1600, then raise the uncore frequency so its 3.2ghz

    You'll probably need more then 1.5v dram voltage for that kit to run ok at 1600mhz, even upto 1.64 should be safe, just dont go over 1.66v for the dram voltage or you risk damaging your processor (it has the IMC).

    Although its better if your QPI/Vtt is set to its best manual voltage, using Auto for now should be ok while getting the ram to run at its 1600mhz stable

    even though the 750 processors IMC only officially supports 1066/1333mhz ram, you can find a configuration which will work above this spec. its much the same for the bloomfield i7 processors.

    If you can get the system to Pi a few 32m iterations without error and be able to also prime blend test for a few hours, the system shouldn't bsod on cold boot.


    once you get a stable 1600mhz stock bios configuration, you can save it and then look into raising your bclk for OC'ing and lowering the dram multi to keep the ram closest to 1600, before getting it stock stable I strongly advise against overclocking it.
    Gaming: GIGABYTE X58-UD5 - i7 920 C0 - Noctua NH-U12P - 6GB OCZ Platinum PC3-10666 CL7 - Sapphire HD5870 - Antec P182 - TruePower Trio 650w - 3 Acer X243HB in Eyefinity - 2 x 500GB ST3500320AS 7200.11, SD1A - MS Digital Media KB - Windows 7 Ultimate x64

    Server: - HP Proliant MicroServer N36L - 4GB Team 1333 CL9 - 1x 160 2.5 5400RPM - 2x 500GB ST3500320AS 7200.11, SD1A - 1x 250GB ST3500320AS 7200.12 - 1x 1.5TB ST3500320AS 7200.12

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    GIGABYTE P35-DS4 - E6750 - 4GB OCZ System Elite 800 - GIGABYTE 8800GTX - TT Shark - Earthwatts 500w - DeNovo Mini - Windows 7 Ultimate x64

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    Default Re: Ram issue / BSOD

    After mucking about with no success I purchaed another 4gb of identical RAM. Since putting these in I have had no BSOD at all.

    I am building another system later today and will put the old RAM in and see how it goes on that motherboard etc.

    Still might be a RMA on the RAM....

    Thanks for the help though guys
    CPU: i5 750 2.66Ghz
    Mobo: GA-P55A-UD3R (F6 Bios 28.01.2010)
    Ram: 4Gb G.Skill Ripjaws F3-12800CL9 (9-9-9-24)
    GPU: Nvidia 9800GX2 1Gb
    HDD: 3 x Seagate SATA
    Sound: Soundblaster Audigy 2
    Optical: Asus DVR-2401 DVD RW
    24" Samsung HD Screen-2493HM
    Logitech G15 KB + G7 Mouse
    OS: Win XP (32 bit) / Win 7 dual boot (64 bit)
    Stuff: Thrustmaster Joystick, CH Pedals, Track IR4

  6. #26
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    Default Re: Ram issue / BSOD

    I have the EXACT same problem. I only get a memory management BSOD or a "Page Fault" BSOD on a cold boot. After starting again it seems to be more or less fine. The last time I cold booted I got a bunch of weird errors before the BSOD: Firefox randomly crashed, Steam randomly crashed, then memory_mangement BSOD. Is this a known problem?

  7. #27
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    Default Re: Ram issue / BSOD

    I was getting 3 BSODs with them - much the same as you.

    Not sure what it was causing it but the new RAM I put in work fine and I have not had one BSOD since. Interesting to note the RAM is identical to the old stuff in every way.

    Also quite ironic that the PC I put my old RAM into performs fine with those sticks of RAM - the mobo in that is a GA-P55A-UD3

    Weird....

    Have you updated to the latest F7 Bios yet?
    CPU: i5 750 2.66Ghz
    Mobo: GA-P55A-UD3R (F6 Bios 28.01.2010)
    Ram: 4Gb G.Skill Ripjaws F3-12800CL9 (9-9-9-24)
    GPU: Nvidia 9800GX2 1Gb
    HDD: 3 x Seagate SATA
    Sound: Soundblaster Audigy 2
    Optical: Asus DVR-2401 DVD RW
    24" Samsung HD Screen-2493HM
    Logitech G15 KB + G7 Mouse
    OS: Win XP (32 bit) / Win 7 dual boot (64 bit)
    Stuff: Thrustmaster Joystick, CH Pedals, Track IR4

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