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January 31, 2013 8:03:24 PM

This is the second time I got a blue screen sense I upgraded my computer. I got a new mobo, cpu, hdd and ram. First time happened about 2 weeks after I installed the new parts and today was the second time. I got the parts January 5th.
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CPU: AMD FX 8120 (OC 4.0ghz)
GPU: EVGA GTX 560SC 2G (OC Core-900mhz Memory-2050mhz
RAM: Corsair Vengence 16G (2x 8G)(OC 2300mhz)
Mobo: Asus M5A99X EVO. 2.0
HDD: WD CBlue 1T Raid 0 (OS Drive)
PSU: Kingwin MK Black Series 650w
Case: Azza Toledo 301 (5x 120mm 1x 250mm)
CPU Cooler: Corsair H60 (Sandwitched)
OS: Windows Ultimate x64 (SP1)
Keyboard: MadCatz Cyborg v.7
Mouse: Logitech (cheep wireless mouse)
Screen: Acer 20" 1600x900 Native 5ms (Primary) RCA 24" 1900x1080 Native 6ms (Secondary)

When I installed everything I started off a fresh HDD and fresh install of Windows 7. I believe its not that fact that I overclocked my componets because I've read people who had OC way more then I have. I Tried to google the error codes and didn't find anything that I could comprehend.

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I'm a novice when it comes to these things. Putting a computer together is easy but programming is way out of my league.

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February 1, 2013 2:40:55 AM

Try taking the over-clocking off of the ram. I think that should fix it. Good luck.

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February 1, 2013 2:49:30 AM

I looked up your motherboard. It handles ram up to 2133 mhz. You have yours set at 2300 mhz. I am 95% sure that the speed mismatch is causing your problem. You could tone down your ram, but I recommend removing the OC altogether until you are sure that was the problem. PLEASE SELECT AS BEST ANSWER IF THIS HELPS. Thanks!!
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February 1, 2013 5:00:53 PM

Best answer selected by m4a1drumro11.
February 1, 2013 5:04:04 PM

I thought the BIOS would only allow you to OC something as high as the mobo can handle