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Steven H Apr 09, 2009, 01:35am EDT Report Abuse
I have these ram sticks

I have my FSB at 1600:1066 to support my ram (A 3:2 ratio)

Why would I blue screen?

I've been here to before and got a little bit out of my system from before.

My CPU is a e6750 conroe dual which is 2.66ghz base. The 1600 FSB changes it to 3.2 (That's highly stable I never had problems and I've had that set for months now with no performance issues)

I have 5-5-5-15 2t timings on the ram

I had to up to to 6-6-6-18 and it seems to be running...ok for now?

All I have is those two sticks. My system is acting very wierd with those in...
Matter of fact my screen just flashed strangely.

My voltages run at
VCORE: 1.325
MEMORY: 2.353
NB: 1.563 (The only next increment is 1.748)

I figured this would suffice no?

The system runs for a bit but as the ram starts to fill up the system slowly becomes unstable then funneling into a bluescreen

I come to you guys here at hardwareanalysis in hopes of finding help as isn't helping...

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Meats_Of_Evil Apr 09, 2009, 01:09pm EDT Report Abuse
You should run memtest, to make sure you don't have bad Ram sticks. This will stress test your ram and indicate any signs of failure. Download the iso, burn to cd the boot.

Let it complete a couple of passes and see if any errors were shown.

Good Luck!

Everything I write is Sarcasm.



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