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Hello,

 

I have this story. I have got new system with A8N-E, Dual Core CPU (below), card, memory and single WD 160GB Sata drive. I was having problems with blue screens and system halts.

I decided to do upgrade and purchased new Dfi board and new pair of Seagate Sata drives to run in Raid0 mode and another 7600GT card.

System is much, much faster now, but I’m having problems with blue screens. This morning when I got back to my bellowed PC I saw the blue screen again.

 

The only part that are still same from the last system are:

Memory, PSU, and one of the graphic cards and I have suspicion on the memory modules.

 

System:

NF4 Sli-DR

DualCore AMD Athlon 64 X2, 2000 MHz (10 x 200) 3800+

Two NVIDIA GeForce XFX 7600 GT xxx (256 MB) in Sli Mode

Two 512MB Corsair TX pro, PC 3500LL (xms3500 438MHz 2.3.2.6)

And two seagates 160GB SATA in Raid 0 mode.

 

 

I would very much appreciate all your help.

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Welcome to the forums, please make a sig per the forum rules.

Until then we cannot help you with your RAM issue.:)

Please include what power supply you have as well.

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First topic in the forum is the forum rules.

 

4A. Signatures - Updated 8/6/2005

 

As of today, August 6th, 2005, EVERYONE that signs up at this forum and posts here MUST put together a signature with detailed system specifications. There is to be no argument about this anymore.

 

If you sign up here, you MUST have a signature, or your posts WILL BE DELETED without question.

 

If you fail to make a sig and continue creating new threads asking support questions, you WILL be given a 3 day vacation.

 

Second offense = Permanent Ban

 

 

Example of a good signature:

 

DFI LanParty NF4 Ultra-D

Bios 6/23/2005-3 (date code is more important than the actual bios file name)

Athlon64 3200+ Venice

2x512MB OCZ PC3200 BH-5 UTT (OCZ4001024ELDCGE-K)

2x 80GB Hitachi SATA II hdd

NEC 3540A DVD-RW

Pioneer 16X DVDrom

Sapphire ATI X850XT Platinum Edition

OCZ Powerstream 520w power supply

Audigy II ZS sound card

Windows XP Pro SP 2

 

to check your bios date code, either use CPU-Z (http://www.cpuid.org/cpuz.php)

 

or check your POST screen during boot:

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You need to start over from the beginning. Following the NF4 LanParty - initial build w/picture assemble you components. Then test your ram using Memtest. Which tests need to be run and for how long can be found in the "Stability Testing Programs" link in my sig. Once that is done reformat and do a clean install of Windows

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Running the Memtest v1.55 for 2 and half hours now, just wondering how long it takes to complete. No errors yet.

also i was reading about power supplies for DFI boards, but i dont know if Tagan 480W is fine?

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Probably not with these >> Two XFX 7600GT xxx running in SLi mode

 

RGone...:confused:

 

Running the Memtest v1.55 for 2 and half hours now, just wondering how long it takes to complete. No errors yet.

also i was reading about power supplies for DFI boards, but i dont know if Tagan 480W is fine?

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