|12 Sep 2012||#1|
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A number of different BSOD's from a new rig multiple rebuilds
Couple of days ago I bought a combo of a Gigabyte GA-Z77-DS3H and a i7 3770k with 8GB of DDR 3 RAM. I also purchased a OCZ Agility 3 120gb HDD.
Now after putting all this together and Installing windows 7 pro x64 on it. Im getting a BSOD every half hour minimum sometimes even closer together. So far I have ensured the SSD is on the latest firmware, updated the BIOS to the latest, downloaded all of the drivers from gigabytes site and used them rather than the disk that came with the board.
The stop codes seem to vary iv had the below on this rebuild which has been running for around 90 minutes. I ran a 5 pass memtest last night which came back no errors. Annoyingly all the bug checks seem to point at the kernel and I cant figure out what driver is causing me this pain. Any Ninjas feel like helping iv attached the latest load of logs to this post
0x1A (memory management)
Just to add nothing has been overclocked yet waiting to get it stable first
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|12 Sep 2012||#4|
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Well im not gonna jynx it yet but this is the most stable it has been since being built all iv done is swapped the RAM around. Cant believe I didnt try this first, it came as a package with cpu board and RAM pre assembled so assumed they had done this correctly :-( hopefully it is just that although I plan to add another 8GB of RAM to it this weekend so We will see. Thanks for the help and if its stable all the way through this eveening I will add REP to your account and mark as solved.
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