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Old June 20, 2009, 02:03 PM
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Hey guys I have now been introduced to a new problem....BSOD!!! First time yesterday I crashed while playing Left 4 Dead. It gave me the error stop code 0x0000101. Then an hour or two later i crashed while playing Battlefield 2142, same error code. Now just 10 mins ago I crashed while playing Left 4 Dead again with these codes.

BCCode: 1000007e
BCP1: FFFFFFFFC0000005
BCP2: FFFFFA60009F083C
BCP3: FFFFFA6001BC4888
BCP4: FFFFFA6001BC4260
OS Version: 6_0_6002
Service Pack: 2_0
Product: 256_1

I really don't know why it is doing this. Just yesterday I installed my Thermalright Ultra 120 Extreme HSU with IC Diamond 7 Carat thermal paste. Could it be overheating? My specs are listed in my signature, and I am running Vista Ultimate 64 bit. Any help would be appreciated. Thank you.
Update- I just crashed again but without a BSOD. It seems so happen after playing the game for about 15 mins.
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Old June 20, 2009, 05:42 PM
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Not sure but if you're overclocked, make sure SpeedStep is disabled.

Even if you aren't, it's worth trying with SpeedStep disabled. Seems to be processor related.
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Old June 20, 2009, 06:11 PM
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Alright so I'm running a CPU stress test program called Prime95 to see what kind of temps my CPU runs at on 100% load. I am also using EVGA E-Leet to monitor the temps of the cores.On idle all cores run at about 48c, that seems a little high, maybe because my room is about 27c? The CPU is running at stock clocks and voltage. So here are my results after running for an hour.

0:00= All cores running at 48c on idle
00:15= All cores 61-63c
0:30= All cores 62-64c
0:45= All cores 62-64c

1:00= All cores 62-64c
North Bridge= 50c
VREG= 68-70
c(seems high?)
System= 39c


So what do you guys think? When I applied my thermal paste it was quite thick since it is 95% diamond power. I did just as it said and made a pea sized blob then let the heat sinks weight press it down. When screwing in teh screws i used a diagonal pattern to evenly spread the paste. I've heard of people using a credit card to evenly spread it themself but it was very thick so i didnt bother.
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Old June 20, 2009, 06:13 PM
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Not sure but if you're overclocked, make sure SpeedStep is disabled.
Nope I'm not overclocked just yet. Take a look at my temps above^. The SpeedStep option would be in the BIOS correct? What does that option do anyway? Thx
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Is your memory getting enough voltage? Those temps seem okay to me...

Are ALL your drivers(GPU, etc) up-to-date?
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GPU Temps Perhaps?

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Nope I'm not overclocked just yet. Take a look at my temps above^. The SpeedStep option would be in the BIOS correct? What does that option do anyway? Thx
It downclocks the CPU when idle along with reducing the voltage. A post I found on Google said disabling that fixed it for one person.
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GPU Temps Perhaps?
On idle i get about 50c and on full load around 85c. I have just finished re-applying the thermal paste. Instead of having the heat sink do the spreading, I spread a thin layer of paste across the whole chip. Oh and I blue screened again after doing so. I got new updates for GPU and Audio and re-applied a BIOS update aswell. Heres After re-applying the thermal paste properly I tested it again and I got from 57-59c in the hour and 44c on idle. I will be overclocking to about 3.5 in the near future but I want to get rid of this annoying BSOD first.
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irq's, DMA conflicts i susspect try updating the ATA controllers & video drivers.

if the correct MB in your hardware the current bios for x58sli (non classified)
Bios Version : SZ2F
BIOS Date : 6/12/2009
Bios File : E758SZ2F.bin (Primary Download Link)
Notes : The following has been updated in SZ2F:
  • S3 Resume Improvements

and chipset driver
Driver Version : 9.1.0.1014 - EVGA Recommended Download
Release Date:6/19/2009
WHQL Certified : YES
Driver File : EVGA_X58.exe (Primary Download Link)
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irq's, DMA conflicts i susspect try updating the ATA controllers & video drivers.

if the correct MB in your hardware the current bios for x58sli (non classified)
Bios Version : SZ2F
BIOS Date : 6/12/2009
Bios File : E758SZ2F.bin (Primary Download Link)
Notes : The following has been updated in SZ2F:
  • S3 Resume Improvements

and chipset driver
Driver Version : 9.1.0.1014 - EVGA Recommended Download
Release Date:6/19/2009
WHQL Certified : YES
Driver File : EVGA_X58.exe (Primary Download Link)
Yup thats the one I updated to last night. I played a game and it didnt blue screen so thats a good sign.
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