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Prime95 Error and 3b BSOD

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June 21, 2011 2:06:31 PM

Hey all, I got an error from one of the workers while running Prime95.
What could this mean?

Specs:
Asus P7H55-M
I5-760 @ 3.5Ghz /Kingston 1333Mhz @ 1336Mhz Ram @ 1.515V
Seasonic SS-500ET
GT430

Vcore: 1.225
IMC: 1.15

And also what does BSOD 3b indicates?

Thanks :) 

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June 21, 2011 6:17:54 PM

The three most likely causes then are:
1. Bad RAM
2. CPU/RAM/Motherboard problem oc
3. Power supply
Also viruses or driver party
can cause problem
- try check your ram with memtest
- use soft registry cleaner
- drop your oc
or go default clear cmos will better
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June 22, 2011 12:59:56 AM

im thinking its the ram..could be the voltage...i have mine at 1.65 volts...sometimes if it's to low it freezes my computer...
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June 22, 2011 1:17:59 AM

Thanks, I'm thinking it might be my motherboard's fault
I reverted back to stock and it's running perfectly fine on stress tests.
I ran Memtest throughout the night and there were no errors and the Ram should be able to run @ that speed since I left the timings to auto

Maybe It's because my Ram modules have different capacities? Using 4GB + 2GB Atm
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