BSOD problem unknown cause

By Zannorian
Feb 25, 2013
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  1. Hello
    I've been having some PC troubles with BSOD of late and trying to get them sorted.
    Firstly I'm computer setup consists of:
    CPU: i7 2600k 3.4ghz
    Motherboard: Z68 UD3R-B3
    Ram: Corsair 16 gig quad kit 1600 mhz
    GPU: Sapphire 2gigabyte 6970
    System: Windows 7 x64
    Monitor: Samsung S22B300

    Speedfan screenshot:
    Bluescreen viewer:
    I think my temps are ok but I hope thats not me being optimistic.
    About a week ago I had monitor troubles pretty much right after buying a new monitor I had to install older video drivers (1 version ago) and that seemed to have solved the problem for my display bugging out but not my Bluescreen problems. I've 'reseated' my ram as the term goes-re arranged my ram( my dad did it he mentioned something about pairing and confused me)

    I've run memtest86+ and it came up clear. I've rolled back video drivers and gotten a new monitor. As I only know how to install and play games :p I'm pretty unsure where to head next and I cant afford New GPU CPU HDD and possibly new case with better fans AKA New computer lol

    Sorry if this seems in complete shambles let me know if anything else is needed.
  2. Tmagic650

    Tmagic650 TS Ambassador Posts: 17,244   +234

    The minidumps point to bad memory. Make sure that the bios are set to the default settings. If you have more than one memory module installed, remove all modules but one and run the computer
  3. Zannorian

    Zannorian TS Rookie Topic Starter

    Ok so dropping down to 1 stick instead of 4 and running for what a 2-3days then switching stil till we find the BSOD's instigator hopefully?

    -Just also FYI more of a personal thing I mean that in a non rude way and to me that reads rude... oh internet tone how you make me seem like an ***, well thats how it reads to me-
  4. Tmagic650

    Tmagic650 TS Ambassador Posts: 17,244   +234

    Because you had 4 sticks drop down to two

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