Aranarth wrote:I would first double check that everything is set to the right voltage in your bios especially your ram.
(go by the manufacturers recommendation!)
If everything checks out then I would slightly (5%-10%) over volt your ram.
Next do the same for the north-bridge chip voltage if applicable and then finally do the same for your cpu voltage.
If any of these make a difference that should give you a clue as to the issue.
Changing powersupply would be the first thing to look at since bad power will cause all kinds of weird issues.
I highly recommend using intelburn for stress testing your ram and spu.
So the motherboard voltage is set at 1.8 and the ram is suggested for 1.8-1.9.
I think the timming of the ram is correct. The ram is suppose to run at 5-5-5-15 and i see this in the bios
1st information 5-5-5-15-3-52-6-3
2nd Information 8-3-5-4-6-4-6
3rd information 14-5-1-6-6
I dont know that much about the ram settings in the motherboard so that seems right to me.
I've never messed with the voltage of my parts before, i assume this is all doable in the bios. What kind of differences should i expect or not expect if i do alter the voltage on the parts. Is there anything i need to know not to do when changing the voltage on my components?
I am trying to find a friend with a extra power supply lying around for me to test my rig. Hopefully i'll find someone soon who has one lying around. Does anyone know what the restocking fee is like at retails stores. If a friend doesn't have a PSU for me i'm wondering what it would ultimately cost me to just go buy one at best buy or someplace else and return it after troubleshooting.
I also got a new BSOD this morning. it said IQRL GT zero at system serivce. Any insight on this? It seems like if i cant get my computer past the initial startup phase of the operating system after i log in i'm all good. the computer will work stable while its one. Its only when i turn it off and try and restart that problems occur.