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Answering Questions Regarding Gaming PC Hardware


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Ok maybe you can give me some advice keep in mind that i have built many gaming machines my self.

I have been recently getting bsod's on shut down sometimes it says memory management,I have ran tests on my memory and it checks out fine my system is not overclocked

I am thinking its my motherboard cause sometimes when i boot it up it will say overclock failed when its not even overclocked also it has gotten really slow at booting into windows I get a rare bsod when in windows but not very often.

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Morpheus, check your individual memory timings and voltage. More often then not, if your memory settings are set to "Auto" in your BIOS, it will overvolt your memory. As far as memory timings (for example, 4-4-4-12 or 5-5-5-15 for DDR2), I kinda doubt that is the problem (usually when set to auto, it sets these timings too loosely or too high, which normally isn't a problem), but check what the timings are suppose to be set at and then manually reset them.

Merlin, I don't have much experience with this, but I know there are guides online that would help.

Hope this helps guys!

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