Actually, the processor is not overclocked. The RAM, was recommended by CompUSA's memory configurator, I only found that it needed 1.9V instead of the normal 1.5V when I installed it. The processor and RAM just seemed liked a V-12 starving for fuel at 200mph and giving me a fit with all sorts of different BSODs. (keeping fingers crossed)By N_Jay: Time to stop overclocking.
The time saved with the faster processing is all used up by the time spent getting it to work reliably.
Yep N_Jay, very.Weird.
I have ran the one on the installation disc (extended test) and three others I downloaded. All found no problems.Did you run a ram test?
I have the BIOS automatically configured as Intel releases them. On the Ram settings, it is manual so the voltage and current could be changed and enabled. These are the only parameters changed in the memory. The processor was just an enable/disable toggle, but still default.Do you have the BIOS set for automatic or default configuration, or are things tweaked?