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Re: Increasing Frequency of BSODs...

Postby Jokerle » Wed Sep 03, 2014 11:06 am

InsanityRocks wrote:Thanks for all the information guys. :thumbup:

Here's the MoBo I have: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.a ... 6813157280

I'll be sure to check the documentation, but on the site it reads: 1600(OC)

Does that mean I have to OverClock in order for the MoBo to accept 1600 MHz RAM?

"1866/1800/1600MHz memory speed is supported depend on the AM3/AM3+ CPU you adopt."
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Re: Increasing Frequency of BSODs...

Postby Ash2Dust » Wed Sep 03, 2014 12:43 pm

Memory is very static sensitive. Ground yourself to the computer case when handling at the least.
Memory errors are either the memory itself, the motherboard, heat issues or possibly the power supply. Any chance of trying the memory in another computer?

As mentioned, its better to get memory on the motherboards approved/tested list. Could relax the timing to see if that helps. Sometimes a BIOS update is needed to use memory/CPUs added to their current approved list. But do not update BIOS until you have your memory issues resolved. Yah, catch 22.

If your memory is throwing up errors, most likely you will also have corrupted windows and software. Recommend a clean install of everything once your memory errors are resolved.


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Re: Increasing Frequency of BSODs...

Postby InsanityRocks » Wed Sep 03, 2014 9:07 pm

Thanks for the support, Gents :thumbup:

I'll give an update once I have 1 to share. :|

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