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August 14, 2012 8:42:49 PM

ok i'm new here so i'm giving a full system config... then i'll tell my problems...
intel core i7 870@2.93ghz, tb @3.6ghz
asus maximus III gene mother board
asus engtx560 DCII top/2di/1gddr5 factory oc @925mhz
Tt sp m750watts psu
Tt Frio ock cooler
twinmos twister 1600mhz ddr3 2x4=8gb ram... cl value 7-7-7-21
ok, now the problem, i'm experiencing random freezing whithin every couple of days... wasn't doing anything like gaming... so, my pc wasn't on full load... suddenly everything freezed... even taskman wasn't working... had to restart after 15minutes of waiting... and when i oc'ed, few games like mass effect 3, or batman arkham city crashed... when i revarted back to normal, everything worked fine... i was able to oc my cpu @4.2ghz... 20.0x210 but wasn't stable... twinmos rams are not recommanded by asus mobo but i didn't find anything else dat time... now my question is,
should i change my ram...??? or change timing control and whats the values should be when default/auto is 7-7-7-21....???
plz give me a freash cpu+dram overclocking instruction so i can oc my pc to its highest possibilty... i dnt need to oc my gpu... tnx... and sorry for bad english... :( 

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August 15, 2012 3:13:37 AM

Try cleaning your system of resource wasting crap and registry errors. Run CCleaner and do the Clean and Registry both. You may have to run it untill it doesn't find any more crap.
http://www.piriform.com/CCLEANER I've found that a lot of those kind of issues can be solved by cleaning one's system.

If the problem still exists, check your memory with Memtest: http://www.memtest.org/
Run at least 1 full pass on each stick individually inserted in the first slot.

Another issue could be graphic driver related. Try running Driver Sweeper. Uninstall the graphic driver, reboot to Safe Mode, and run DS. Have it remove any Nvidia, AMD, and ATI graphic driver remnants it finds. Reboot and install the latest driver for your card and O/S.
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August 15, 2012 3:27:12 AM

How long ago did you build this computer?

It sounds malware related. Do you have an efficient antivirus installed?

I recommend you download the following program, install it, update it, then run a full scan.

http://www.malwarebytes.org/

Afterwards, if anything is detected, select display/show results and then remove the malware.

If the above occurs, you may need a better antivirus. In which case, I recommend you completely uninstall your current antivirus (if any) and download and install this one...

http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/windows/products/sec...

Same wash, rinse and repeat routine as the malwarebytes program. Download, install, update and run a full system scan.
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