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Windows 7: BSOD Memory_Managment

11 Sep 2012   #11

Windows 7 ultimate x64

Well that's the critical temperature that happened a few seconds before the reboot..... it not the kind of temp you see during normal operation unless there are other problems...

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11 Sep 2012   #12

Windows 7 Ultimate x64

Being that I have already cleaned off all of my fans and graphics card and i'm running a rather large heat sink with its own fan (Hyper 212 Evo) and all of the fans appear to be functioning properly do you have any idea on what could have caused something like that? Would the faulty RAM stick be capable of doing something like that to the system?
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11 Sep 2012   #13

Windows 7 ultimate x64

This kind of temps usually occurs when the processor is locked up or when it get into a never ending loop thereby increasing the temp above the critical temp designed for the MB .... and yes this lockup can be caused by a faulty RAM stick,....
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11 Sep 2012   #14

Windows 7 Ultimate x64

Ok that makes me feel a little better lol. I'm pretty confident from what I've seen that the main issue is one faulty RAM stick and that's probably what was snowballing other issues with the PC. The PC is practically brand new, only built it a few months ago so if this is the only issue then I got out of it pretty clean.

Thank you for your responses and help!
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12 Sep 2012   #15

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Windows 7 Ult x64 - SP1/ Windows 8 Pro x64

You should be monitoring your CPU core temps, if it continually overheats it can damage the CPU.

Use Real Temp , to check the CPU temps when at idle, under load and/or testing.
Let us know the minimum and maximum temps you get.

Check that your CPU cooler is firmly attached, you shouldn't be able to turn it.
Be careful, if it's too tight it can cause overheating.

Can you fill in your system specs, add them into the 'My System Specs' in the lower left corner of any of your posts.
This info will help with BSoD analysis and hardware troubleshooting.

Use Speccy Free System information Utility to get the information.

Your CPU core temps maximum should be about 75C, depending on which Intel CPU you have.
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