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Blue screens...

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December 15, 2012 10:27:55 AM

Hello there.

I've been expiriencing blue screens on my machine... I originaly thought it was the HDD as the "SYSTEM_SERVICE_EXCEPTION" Blue screen was coming up...

I've re-installed windows on another drive, it worked well, today it was giving me the blue screens again...

I've tried to turn down the memory multiplier thing, and it actualy works now...

I didn't mentioned that my rig is O.C'd... Here are the specs...

CPU: IntelĀ® PentiumĀ® Processor E2160 (1M Cache, 3.08 GHz, 1336 MHz FSB).
RAM: Generic ram (don't know the acutal brand) 4GB 1x1x1x1 running @667mhz (it was @915 mhz).
Motherboard: Gigabyte EP41-UD3L with G41 Chipset, no intergrated video. (or atleast doesn't have a on board output).
HDD: Maxtor Diamond max 22 (first drive) / Western Digital Raptor 360 (currently using).
GPU: Gigabyte 9600GT 1GB GDDR3 (Don't know if that helps).

Question is, "what can I do to keep it overclocked and having a trouble free windows expirience?"

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December 17, 2012 9:09:19 PM

Well since you have generic ram , I wouldn't really try overclock your ram since it's not a performance ram so no point really. Best think to do is buy new performance ram and then maybe overclock? Nothing you can do + see what speeds your mobo & cpu support for ram.