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Old May 4, 2012, 07:22 AM
Rasparthe Rasparthe is offline
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If your able to boot into Windows then its probably a lack of voltage problem. One of those 4 voltages is likely the culprit. Try upping one of the voltages to see if that helps, if it doesn't stabilize after raising .075v then return to the original value and try the next one. I would go in this order, CPU Voltage -> FSB Termination Voltage -> PLL -> and I doubt it is DRAM voltage but you can give it a try. If that doesn't work then it might be a combination.

Also, I assume your using an aftermarket cooler, if your using stock you might find it solves itself with a better cooler.

EDIT: Forgot to add, that you should be running RealTemp or another temperature program to make sure your temps stay under control while your testing your stability.

Last edited by Rasparthe; May 4, 2012 at 08:19 AM.
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