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Win7 64bit BSOD on custom build

Hi everyone. It seems as though since i have got to school my computer keeps getting random BSOD's.

Build Specs:
CPU: i5 4670k
MOBO: Asus Maximus 6 Hero
RAM: Corsair Vengence Pro 2133mHz 2x 4Gb
Gpu: GTX 760 4gb acx
and the drive im operating off of is a Corsair Force GT 128 Gb

I just tried resetting the RAM into the other two available slots to see if its a fault in the connectors on the MOBO itself. However I would like the communities input.


As far as hardware changes go the issue has spanned from 8/20 till now (9/20) crashing a total of 10 times:

I have removed my overclock and placed it to factory settings at 3.8 turbo boost.

Installed a backplate to the GPU

Changed my displays from one output to two 1920x1080 screens ran through the DP and HDMI


Since changing to the new screens I have noticed this error occurring more and more. Any help will be greatly appreciated

DMP files ;


http://rapidshare.com/share/BEF60C69335566D120A09B1268DA3A15
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  1. hey why dont you put a new on board battery in your mother board maybe that would help.
  2. musama95 said:
    hey why dont you put a new on board battery in your mother board maybe that would help.

    I can try that. Ill have to take a trip down to the store and find one. Is there any particular reason you say a new battery?
  3. If the time and date are correct on the computer it's not the CMOS battery - what DRAM do you have model #, and model number of the PSU - also do you have the latest BIOS and mobo drivers?
  4. Tradesman1 said:
    If the time and date are correct on the computer it's not the CMOS battery - what DRAM do you have model #, and model number of the PSU - also do you have the latest BIOS and mobo drivers?


    DRAM: Model #: CMY8GX3M2B2133C9
    DRAM LINK: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820233533
    PSU MODEL: 120-PG-0750-GR
    PSU Link- http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817438006

    I also just checked the bios there was a release on 9/16 so I will update the bios and check the patch notes and get back to you on that. As far as mobo drivers I ran a check in device manager and it seems to be up to date but ill check again
  5. Best answer
    Try in 1-3 and or 2-4, go into BIOS and enable XMP, select profile 1, save, exit, and go back to BIOS, check the DRAM settings, should be at 2133, 9-11-11-31, 2T, 1.65, if correct, boot and see how it goes, if problem persist would try raising the VCCSA to 1.00
  6. Tradesman1 said:
    Try in 1-3 and or 2-4, go into BIOS and enable XMP, select profile 1, save, exit, and go back to BIOS, check the DRAM settings, should be at 2133, 9-11-11-31, 2T, 1.65, if correct, boot and see how it goes, if problem persist would try raising the VCCSA to 1.00


    Just updated BIOS. by 1-3 and 2-4 you mean the physical ram slots correct? i switched them to the 1-3 configuration last night ( closest to the cpu and the odd slot after that?)

    I will try changing the settings with the new bios and update you on stability Thank you so much =)
  7. No problem, let me know
  8. Tradesman1 said:
    No problem, let me know


    So far so good. I left it running all day while i was away and came back and still running with no new dmp files. it could have been the new profile or the updated BIOS either way thank you very much for the solution =)
  9. No worries, glad it's running as it should ;)
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