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Windows 7: BSOD Usually on Wake From Sleep

08 May 2015   #31
Brucex64

Windows 7 Pro SP1
 
 

The BIOS does show it as 1333mhz. There is only 1 option under xmp called profile1 but the manual is rather vague about what profile1 settings are or how to change them. But it was set as you see. This was the default mode since I built it.


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08 May 2015   #32
Arc

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Now teh question is ... why would memtest86+ detect it as 1600 MHz and XPM enabled?

I would request my guru essenbe to have a look at your thread.
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08 May 2015   #33
essenbe

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

Hello, Brucex64. If you don't already have it, please download and install CPUz CPU-Z | Softwares | CPUID . Open it and post screenshots of the CPU tab, Mainboard tab, Memory tab And the SPD tab. On the SPD tab, you can select each dim slot from a drop down in the upper left of the screen. Just post screenshots of the Dimm Slots that are populated with ram.

Just so you know, the Memtest86+ screenshot shows your ram running at 1333 MHz. It is reading the ram as Kingston 1600MHZ and is just telling you it has an XMP profile, which is disabled in your BIOS. The way you have it running now should be no problem at all. Most boards, by default start the ram at 1333 with timings of 9-9-9-24. That is the default and any ram will usually run on any board with that profile. So, it does not look to be a problem. But, by enabling XMP your ram will run at the XMP profile of 1600MHz instead of 1333 MHz.

I would like to confirm what I just said above with the CPUz screenshots.
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08 May 2015   #34
essenbe

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

See if this explains it better. It should be just fine the way it is running now, but could run faster.

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08 May 2015   #35
Arc

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Hi Bruce.

I am earnestly sorry for all those bad and misguiding information that I have posted.

Please follow essenbe.
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09 May 2015   #36
Brucex64

Windows 7 Pro SP1
 
 

Here are some screenshots from moments ago:
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09 May 2015   #37
Brucex64

Windows 7 Pro SP1
 
 

Another thing I was wondering about is the power supply. When I was spec'ing the board I read something about these Haswell CPUs where they have a low power state that requires a specific minimum amp current on one of the rails (12v I think) and if it does not have it then it might be unstable in sleep mode which is a low power state. I can't find the actual article now but I wonder if that makes it give me BSODs. Its not an issue of the power supply having enough total wattage but rather a specific amount of power for when the CPU goes into the low power state. I don't know....
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09 May 2015   #38
essenbe

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

Your ram is fine. The Memory tab shows what it is running at right now. If you look at the SPD tab, and JEDC #4 it shows that. The JEDC are the different settings the ram will run fine at. So, yours is running at a good setting. If you were to enable XMP in your bios, your Memory tab would look just like the XMP- 1600 on the SPD settings. Basically, the memory tab shows what the memory is running at right now. The SPD tab gives listings of the different settings it can run at, if set that way in BIOS.

What PSU manufacturer and Model do you have? Almost any of the quality PSU manufacturers will run Haswell just fine. It is only the very old or very cheap PSUs that have problems.

It looks like you are running one stick of ram. You are running in single channel mode. If you had 2 sticks in the slots recommended in your Motherboard Manual, you would be running in dual channel mode. But, it is always better to buy ram in kits. A kit is tested to run all the sticks together. Individual sticks are not. Even the same model from the same manufacturer. It will work sometimes, but may not.
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09 May 2015   #39
Brucex64

Windows 7 Pro SP1
 
 

Another BSOD tonight DM log is attached.

As for my Power Supply, it came with the case so I think it is a Rosewill. 2014 build. The label shows the output as 24a (+3.3v), 24a (+5v), both 150 watts. 37a / 444w (+12v); .5a/6w (-12v); 3a/15w (+5vsb).

2 sticks of RAM might be tough because of the available space in the case & clearance to the rear of the hard drive. If I had a 2nd solid state drive it might work because they're shorter. But I think the system should be able to be stable with 1 stick?.
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09 May 2015   #40
essenbe

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

Sure, the system will be perfectly stable with one stick. You would just get a little better performance in multi threaded applications in Dual Channel mode. But, there is no problem with stability with just one stick. I am not familiar with the quality of Rosewill Power supplies. But you have 444W and your card requires 350W (for the whole system) which makes you at about 80% of max, assuming it will put that much out. They may be OK. But I always recommend Seasonic, Corsair, EVGA, XFX or Antec Power supplies. They are high quality and will put out exactly what they say and have built in features for over voltage protection. Rosewill may be fine, I just don't know about them.

For curiosity, what case do you have?
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