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After about 30-45 minutes even with no activity, I know I have tried this, I get a random BSD and have to reboot.

 

All hardware is at stock speeds.

 

Hardware is in SIG.

 

Any one have a similar issue, or have a solution?

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Have you tried pulling one of the 8800's and just run one to see how it fairs....How about mem timings have you got them ironed out right??? What about a build out of the case with minimal components?????/How about a clean install of windows???

 

Logan

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go into system properties and disable "auto reboot", you will be able to find the cause of the crash here.

 

1. Right Click "my Computer" Select "properites".

2. Select "Advanced" tab

3. select "start-up and boot"

4. uncheck "Automatically restart"

 

next time your system crashes write down the cause of the BSOD, see if its the same each time.

 

Also, I'd suggest running Memtest too.

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3-4-4-8 2.6v C2C 1T, run TEST#5 20-30 times and see what's the deal. Make sure you put those sticks into the Orange slots. Good Luck!

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