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Physical Memory Dump

By sinasdf
Aug 20, 2011
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  1. Hi guys,

    I have a problem with BSOD, which I believe to be a physical memory dump. I'm an intermediate computer user, but I have absolutely no idea on how to troubleshoot this.

    My computer is fairly new, and custom built. Here are the key specs:

    i5 2500K
    2x GTX 570 HD
    Patriot 8 GB DDR3 Ram
    Coolmaster M850 PSU
    Corsair H60 Water Cooling (CPU only)

    Today I was playing Bad Company 2 and about 20 minutes in I get the BSOD error. When I play a less intensive game, like TF2, I have no problem. I should also note that I played Crysis yesterday with no problems - I have yet to try Crysis again today and see if there is an issue.

    My CPU temperature never exceeds 40 degrees while my GPU's can range from 60-80. I noticed just before I crashed that the temperature was 60 degrees for both of the cards, which isn't too high from my experience.

    I have attached a link to my .dmp file (it's too large for the forum apparently), I was hoping if you guys can take a look at it and see what is causing the problem. I researched here before and I come up with several solutions, from reformating to fixing the registry, to faulty ram.



    Thanks
     
  2. sinasdf

    sinasdf TS Rookie Topic Starter

    Well apparently I cannot post links when my post count is <5, so instead of spamming, if someone can allow me to PM them and send them the attachment, that would be fine.
     

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