|14 Aug 2012||#1|
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computer rebooting and stutter on startup.
so i had some dodgy memory, but running memtest (which i needed too do to RMA) really buggered up my system, as i was getting instant BSOD just trying to get into memtest. Anyway manged it and duff memory sent off, i insert my working memory and get loads of windows errors and issues. Cut my losses and format and start a fresh.
So everything is installed and working, however i seem to get some input lag and stutter when windows loads, but apart from that it seemed ok for the entire day.
When i tried to play Battlefield3 i would get in to the game between 1 and 5mins my gcard fans go mental and the pc shuts down.
temps are fine, but wondering if i have somehow borked my gcard or mobo using the dodgy memory?
At a loss knowing what is at fault.
all hardware has been working fine for about 8 weeks before i added the new duff memory. memtest says current memory is fine and i was able to stress test using prime for 45mins (all overclocks removed)
Corsair 650D Case
Corsair TX 650w V2 PSU
Asrock Z68 Extreme4 Gen3 Intel Z68
Intel 2600k i7 @ 4.4ghz
Corsair H60 CPU Cooler
Corsair XMS3 16GB DDR3 PC3-12800C9 1600MHz ( 4 x 4GB)
Crucial RealSSD M4 128GB
Gigabyte GeForce GTX 670 Windforce 3X 2048MB GDDR5 PCI-Express
2 x 1TB Weston Digital
Benq XL2420T 24" TRUE 120Hz 3D Vision 2.0 Widescreen LED Monitor
Windows 7 Pro - 64 Bit
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