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  1. 3-3-3-8 still gives me errors. I'll just RMA. Thanks for you help. I really appreciate it. I'll let you know what happens with the new RAM, and if it works, how high it clocks.
  2. No, I'll do that when I get home. OCDB? Well, the only thing I've changed is settings the vdimm on 2.7v and set the latency timings on 2-3-2-6 (stock speeds). It still runs DDR400 (200MHz). Yeah, I get the error too. They were pages from the DFI website with download links to BIOS files. But like you said, might be a better idea to find out what it causing the BSOD. // Edit Ok, I ran MemTest over night. The results: (Where I stopped) Pass 16, Pass, 5%, Test 63%, Test #3. Errors: 160768 ECC Erros: 0 but when I look at 'C > Error Summary' I get the following results: Test #5: 29965 Test #7: 222 Test #8: 1 Running at 200MHz, CAS: 2-3-2-6. Now, you said that test 5 through 8 is the heaviest, which might be correct, because the only time it crashed is when I play games like Call of Duty 2 or Battlefield 2. Which are pretty heavy games imo. I can return it for this RAM: http://www.mushkin.com/doc/products/memory_detail.asp?id=273 with a little extra money off course. But that's the only Mushkin RAM they have in stock. And if they have to order this RAM again, it will take two weeks. This will only take like 3 days to get.
  3. I let the computer download a torrent and update my steam games over night, but when I woke up in the morning.. BSOD! The error: Technical Information: *** Stop: 0X0000008E (0XC000001D, 0XB7A3F3AA, 0XBACC7C08, 0X00000000) *** tcpip.sys - adress B7A3F3AA base at B7A3C000, Datestamp 41107ECF It looked like this. I had the same thing about an hour before, but I forgot to write down the code. Is it usefull to update the BIOS from files on this page. By the way, it sounds like DiamondFlash Image is easier, but is it better? What about this 'WinFlash' they talk about here? Sounds ever easier.
  4. Ok. I'll do that. Thanks for you fast reply. I'll edit this post with the result. // Edit It hasn't crashed in a while, but sometimes file transfer times between a USB HD and the computer are a little slow. I don't think it's very stable yet. I'll run MemTest the next time it crashes. Which I hope will be never. In that case I'll run it anyway. // Edit 2 Only the front USB ports are slow. Might be because it's v1.1. The 6 rear ports are fast as lightning. And it didn't crash yet either.
  5. I have the same problem, my system reboots after about an hour. My CPU temp is 39, Northbridge is about 47-49. It was 55 before, but I just raised the RPM of the chipset FAN. I unchecked automatic restart so when it happens again I will post the error code. I haven't tested the sticks seperatly with MemTest. I do have v3.2 on a CD. I put the timings on default and the vdimm on 2.7v. Command per Clock is enabled. That's all I changed in the BIOS.
  6. Fsck.. I used RAM slot 1 and 3 to put in my RAM. When I put it in 2 and 4 it worked like a charm. Sorry I wasted precious forum space. I'll do some OC's and let you know what I can come up with. Thanks for your help guys. Really appreciate it. Edit: My chipset is pretty hot; 55 degrees celcius. So I ordered a different chipset cooler. The Thermalright HR-05-SLI with a Papst 712F/2L FAN. I have the Thermalright XP-120 aswell, so I thought it would look good. Now to wait on Arctic to make those 7900GT VGA coolers.
  7. I recently purchased a brand new DFI motherboard (read the title for which series), a HD, a 650W Silverstone SLI PSU, a AMD Athlon 64 3700+ Processor, a Asus Nvidia 7900GT VGA card, RAM and some other stuff, but it won't boot! Ahhhh! Heeeelp! I've read the manual, twice. I know I should've tested it with only 1 stick of RAM in it and a PS2 keyboard, but I didn't. I hooked up my USB keyboard and put in both of the 2x1GB Mushkin RAM (PC3200). I hooked up everything, speakers, monitor, mouse, TV card, etc. and I tried to boot it with nothing adjusted to the BIOS except date and boot sequence. I wanted to install a brand new copy of Windows XP Pro on a brand new HD. But I never got past the line "Setup is inspecting.. blah blah" then a black screen and a whole lot of waiting... I tried to get advice on the Mushkin site, they said: But nothing happend. I tried Memtest86+ and got over 300.000 errors in Test #5 and 1 in Test #3. Does this mean my RAM is fsckz0red? And I also get a line "Verifying DMI Pool Data....." which doesn't do anything. I remember it change to something like "OK!" the first time I booted. I'm going to try to rip everything apart, rebuild with a PS2 keyboad and 1 stick of RAM. Try to put the BIOS on stock speeds and then try to install Windows again. In the "Why won't my new computer work?" thread, I read this: 7. Using outdated drivers or BIOS. But the MB is only like 2 months old, so it can't be that outdated. Oh, almost forgot, and in this thread, it says: But I seriously can't find the last two. See for yourself. I will post again if I get it to work when I try the things I said I would try in this post. In the meantime, does anybody have any tips for me or stuff that I need to pay extra attention too? Any help is greatly appreciated and I really enjoyed my previous (and first ever) DFI motherboard, so I don't hold a grudge against DFI.
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