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Windows 7: Windows 7 x64 RC BSOD issue

17 Feb 2010   #11
zigzag3143

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Well, I'm doing the memtest again and so far it hasn't detected an error. It's almost 50% done. It had more than 1000 errors before 1% last time.


OVERCLOCKING---Gotta love it
lol, It's weird though because I overclocked it literally 5 months ago and it has been just fine until today.
Not weird at all. overclocking means to run it faster than it is designed for. when you overclock you shorten its life span. Sooner or later its inevitable. Could be worse, could have fried your CPU.


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17 Feb 2010   #12
LobsterEar

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OVERCLOCKING---Gotta love it
lol, It's weird though because I overclocked it literally 5 months ago and it has been just fine until today.
Not weird at all. overclocking means to run it faster than it is designed for. when you overclock you shorten its life span. Sooner or later its inevitable. Could be worse, could have fried your CPU.
Well, I didn't overclock my CPU, just the RAM and technically it wasn't overclocked since the RAM was 1066, but my mobo just read it as 800 so I didn't really overclock it, I just "fixed" it by bumping the RAM speed up to 1066 as advertised, but apparently that didn't work.
Anyways, I think we fixed the problem. Thanks for your help. I really appreciate it.
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