Daily BSOD Windows 7 random reasons can't fix!

By squills
Mar 7, 2012
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  1. Hello, I have tried everything I can think of and would reallly love some help..

    Just built computer and BSOD happens at least once a day now. Seems to be random errors when it happens. I am running a Gigabyte 970A-D3 motherboard , 1100T Black edition CPU , 4 Sticks of ram 16gig total, SSD 120gb, HD (used to store files on) 2 TB internal , USB 500g external HD, PCI Express Nvidia geForce GTX 560 video card, PCI cheap video card i use for connecting my cable tv into. 700 W power supply. 2 twelve inch fans, 2 smaller fans. PCI USB 3.0 Header.

    -- I Ran memtest and it passed 100% 9 times.
    -- Did Check disk, though i think it only did it on the C drive (my SSD) Not sure if it auto does all the disk or if i have to enter a new command?
    -- I check for updated drivers on everything (videocards, SSD, USB header, Motherboard)
    -- I ran the intel SSD check program 3 times each time it passed 100%. 2 were long test 1 was a short test.
    --I been threw an AntiVirus check (MiniToolBox , MalwareBytes, TDSSKiller.exe, ESET OnlineScan and aswMBR) Found NO issues :D
    --Ran speed test to get some data..

    The temp according to speedfan, is

    and according to speedfan my voltages are

    Vcore1 = 1.25v
    Vcore2 = 1.46V
    +3.3v = 3.36v
    +5b = 4.95V
    +12v = 12.54V
    -12V = -9.33V
    -5v = 4.05V (yes positivie not neg)
    +5v = 3.58v
    Vbat = 3.18v

    If there is anything you can do or suggest to help Please do! Thanks in Advance
    Attached minidumps in txt format as i guess my mini dump file was 280kb too big for attachement but i assume this is same

    Attached Files:

  2. Tmagic650

    Tmagic650 TS Ambassador Posts: 17,185   +225

    "2 twelve inch fans"

    Do you realize just how big 12 inches is, in fan size?. A 12" fan would almost take up an entire side of my full tower case. Don't you mean 120mm? Your minidumps only show general Windows instability... Are you over-clocking? Try raising or the memory voltage (VCC) in the bios, a notch or two. The 1.46v is too low. Bring it up to 1.6 or even 1.8v. The minus 5 volt reading is irrelevant. -5volts is no longer used
  3. squills

    squills TS Rookie Topic Starter

    Ahh your right , there 2 230mm fans, which I thought for some reason was 12 inches, but thanks to google i found its more like 10 inches..

    anyhow. I am not over clocking as far as i know, Ill rasie the voltage, Which could be a good solution as when i first installed everything i had one back stick of ram.

    thanks and ill let you know.

    I changed voltage to 1.695 after that the numbers were Red as in warning so if this dont work ill try bumping it up more

    other settings that i did not know
    CPU PLL voltage control 2.535
    HT Link voltage 1.21
    NB voltage control 1.105
    NB/Pcie/PLL voltage 1.810
  4. Tmagic650

    Tmagic650 TS Ambassador Posts: 17,185   +225

    Okay let us know how it goes, and yes I have one 230mm fan at the top of my case, and 3 120mm fans

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