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Windows 7: BSOD while playing games

20 Sep 2010   #11

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DDR stands for Double Data Rate, 667MHz X 2 = 1334MHz, So yours is running at the 1333MHz setting.

Can you take a snip of the CPUZ, CPU, Memory, SPD and Mainboard tabs, post here.
This will make it much easier to use as a quick reference for anyone that is trying to help.

For snipping tool, start button> in the search box type 'Snipping tool' >enter.
Select the area you want to copy, save to a convient place.
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If you don't have your motherboard manual, D/L here GA-EP45T-UD3LR, you will need it for reference.
What revision is your motherboard?
Look at the bottom left corner of your motherboard, it will say rev.1.0 or 1.1 or 1.3.
Pg 3 of your manual.

Your BIOS version is F5, the latest version on your motherboard site is F10.
F7 is an enhanced memory compatibility update.
Let's try to get the RAM stable before we look at updating the BIOS.
We may need to come back to this.

Check your PSU, unfortunately the only way to get this info is to open the case and look for information on the PSU. If you can't see it, you may have to take it out and check the bottom. Be sure to first turn off your computer and unplug it from power.

Go into your BIOS and check the voltage settings for:
DRAM Voltage
Press 'Del' key at bootup to enter BIOS, Manual pg 34, Select 'MB Intelligent Tweaker(M.I.T.)', at the bottom of the page.

MCH Core
Same place above the DRAM Voltage.

Let us know these voltages.

With this basic information known, we can do a few adjustments and get your RAM stable.

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