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01 Feb 2013  

Windows 7 Enterprise X64/Windows 10 Enterprise X64/Windows 10 Pro X64/Linux Mint

1. You look to be overclocked. Don't. Enter bios and set optimized defaults.
2. In the overclocking section of bios, set your memory to the manufacturers specs, especially the 1st 4 timings, and voltage. Set them by hand. The settings will be on the package your ram came in or on a sticker on the ram sticks themselves. It will read something like 9-9-9-24 1.5V 1333. These will be set in the overclocking/ tweaking section of bios. The voltage will be listed as dram voltage.
3 download and install CPUz. Run the program and post a screenshot of your memory and SPD tab as well as the mainboard tab. Use the snipping tool. ( click start, in the search box type snip) You can set it to window, which takes a snip of the entire window you click on or rectangular to draw a rectangle around the area you want it to save. Name them and save them on your desktop. upload them in your next post.

You need to read koolkat's instructions for running memtest and follow them. You can stop any test as soon as you see an error. I know it is a long tedious test, but we have all been through it, numerous times. It is critical to have your ram error free to stop BSODs.
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