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    Default IP35-E Chipset + 4GB DDR2 800Mhz *BSOD*

    Hi
    I recently purchased a computer for gaming, here are the spec's..



    I have had a bout 10 Blue Screens of Death in the past 2 weeks sometimes idle, but mainly during a game such as Call Of Duty 4 etc.
    I have ran a Memtest 2 times for about 1-2hours each and both came up with 1 error saying.
    "Memory error detected! Copying between xxxxxxx and xxxxxxx did not result in accurate copy. MemTest has detected that your computer cannot accurately store data in RAM"
    I have also ran the CPUZ to post screenshots for you guys to see incase it holds some vital information that could help me not have to go through the effort of getting replacement RAM. I have read that the Motherboards may effect the RAM voltage and might have to be changed manually to fix them.


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    Err I just noticed in the screenshots on the SPD that one of the RAM things are a bit different? ie 266,400,400 with 5.0, 5, 5, 18, 23, then on the second the thing is 266,333,400, with 4.0 5, 5, 15, 20.

    Is that the problem? if so how would I fix it.

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    Default Re: IP35-E Chipset + 4GB DDR2 800Mhz *BSOD*

    Update # 2

    I switched my 2 sticks from DIMM slots 1 and 3 to 2 and 4, the DRAM frequency in timings on the CPU-Z program went from 408Mhz to 319.2Mhz. I am currently running MemTest and it's at 26% coverage so far without any errors, the 2 other tests I did in Slot 1/3 error'd at 6% then at 16% or so.

    Would the RAM have been slightly unstable at DRAM frequency at 408Mhz in the 1/3 slots? my motherboard supports 800Mhz DDR2, does 408Mhz frequency mean 816mhz meaning it was a bit over my motherboards cap?

    I assume if 408x4 since DDR2 would mean 1632mhz?

    Oh my god I have no idea what I am talking about, someone help lol...how come the DRAM frequency changed to 319.2Mhz from 408Mhz from just swapping slots to 2/4? I'd lol hard if I actually did fix it by doing this.

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    Update # 3

    The Memtest with the RAM in DIMM slots 2/4 has been running for 12.5 hours so far at 260% coverage. Yet it still shows the DRAM frequency as being 319.2mhz as opposed to 408mhz when the RAM was on DIMM slots 1/3.

    Could it be that one or both of my DIMM slots 1/3 are broken or "stock over-tuned"

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    Default Re: IP35-E Chipset + 4GB DDR2 800Mhz *BSOD*

    Ok I tested for 20 hours total at 401% coverage with 0 errors...I decided to stop the test there. The DRAM frequency is back at 408mhz now by the way.

    I have yet to have a BSOD memdump since putting the ram in slots 2/4 but still can anyone shed some light on this.

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    Default Re: IP35-E Chipset + 4GB DDR2 800Mhz *BSOD*

    Sorry, but I do not know your BIOS. But you should manually set your ram timings and ram voltage to what you see on the ram sticker. And add a bit of MCH or NB voltage for 2x2.

    The above SPD values are just "Stock" for DDR2 ram, may or may not be what your ram needs to run stable. Can you post a link to your ram, and some images of your BIOS overclocking page and I will try to help

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    Hey thanks for the reply

    I don't know where to find my BIOS overclocking page sorry lol, by the way I still have yet to have a BSOD memdump!

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    Default Re: IP35-E Chipset + 4GB DDR2 800Mhz *BSOD*

    Go in your BIOS and look around, you will find it. It would be the page that has voltage and CPU Settings and all that type of stuff in it

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    I put it at 2.1v with 4-4-4-12 timings and the computer didn't wanna get past loading screen and just kept reseting itself...It even kept freezing at the BIOS screen.

    I took the RAM out of slots 2/4 and put it back into 1/3 and it let me change the options back to default on the BIOS.

    **** myself :X

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    Default Re: IP35-E Chipset + 4GB DDR2 800Mhz *BSOD*

    This is the Mini-Dump file for the latest BSOD since I cannot open it properly.

    Mini110908-01.dmp - FileFront.com - I was playing COD4 online and suddenly the game froze for 3 or so seconds then the BSOD memory dump appeared and the computer reset.

    I really don't want to cause a fuss a bout getting the RAM replaced so hopefully it's just another program or driver or something besides faulty RAM.
    Last edited by COD42008; 11-09-2008 at 03:03 AM.

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