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Multiple BSOD playing Call of Duty: BO3

  1. #81


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    Quote Originally Posted by axe0 View Post
    What cooler do you have?
    Cooler as in liquid cooling? or something else?

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  2. #82



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    Cooling system is what I mean.
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  3. #83


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    Quote Originally Posted by axe0 View Post
    Cooling system is what I mean.
    Just fans. One fan on the back of the tower and the new heatsink.
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    So I decided to do a game test run and played BO3 for a few mins and the CPU temp idled betweem 53-60, mostly around 55-58. I should not that I increased the fan speeds, but the CPU still idles anywhere from 42-55 when doing nothing.

    Do you think its safe to play BO3?


    Never mind. The temps hit up to 68C.
    Last edited by logicalthought; 04 Jan 2016 at 21:38.
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    I restarted my PC and I'm now stuck in a BSOD loop. I've gotten memory management error and irlq not lesser equal, and others. Anyone have any ideas? This is so frustrating. When Windows attempts to do an auto repair it just fails and restarts, gets another BSOD and repeats.

    the new CPU and heatsink is installed.
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    In the BIOS, have you loaded the optimal default settings after replacing the CPU?
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    Quote Originally Posted by logicalthought View Post
    I restarted my PC and I'm now stuck in a BSOD loop. I've gotten memory management error and irlq not lesser equal, and others. Anyone have any ideas? This is so frustrating. When Windows attempts to do an auto repair it just fails and restarts, gets another BSOD and repeats.

    the new CPU and heatsink is installed.
    First could you upload the new BSOD zip.

    Try running your system as bare as it could ( no usb devices, printer etc, no external pci (sounds)cards etc.) and use only 1 memory module in socket Channel A dimm slot O (blue), does this lower the amount of BSOD's.

    But as i said earlier your memory is probably not compatible with your motherboard.
    Yes, not compatible memory can cause any kinds of problems, because you have a unstably system. As far as i know it is not only the difference in voltages but also that it is not supporting the chipset. Also this newer modules may have a different technical specifications that your older chipset does not support(max. 8 chips with 256mx8 on 1 side) etc.
    I advice you to contact G-skill custumor support ask them about your specific case.
    Did you get any insight from GSkill that that your motherboard (p55 chipset) is supported by this modules(on their website it is not listed under QVE) and that the specs of the memory modules are compatible
    @logicalthought you said:
    I should not that I increased the fan speeds
    This could point to your PSU, by increasing the fans your system takes more power if your PSU is faulty it could (further)destabilize your system and create all kinds of BSOD's.
    Last edited by lifetec; 05 Jan 2016 at 03:33.
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  8. #88



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    Running the dm log collector isn't possible when someone is in a BSOD loop.
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  9. #89


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    Quote Originally Posted by axe0 View Post
    In the BIOS, have you loaded the optimal default settings after replacing the CPU?
    I myself did not change any settings. I just put in the new CPU and used the PC.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lifetec View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by logicalthought View Post
    I restarted my PC and I'm now stuck in a BSOD loop. I've gotten memory management error and irlq not lesser equal, and others. Anyone have any ideas? This is so frustrating. When Windows attempts to do an auto repair it just fails and restarts, gets another BSOD and repeats.

    the new CPU and heatsink is installed.
    First could you upload the new BSOD zip.

    Try running your system as bare as it could ( no usb devices, printer etc, no external pci (sounds)cards etc.) and use only 1 memory module in socket Channel A dimm slot O (blue), does this lower the amount of BSOD's.

    But as i said earlier your memory is probably not compatible with your motherboard.
    Yes, not compatible memory can cause any kinds of problems, because you have a unstably system. As far as i know it is not only the difference in voltages but also that it is not supporting the chipset. Also this newer modules may have a different technical specifications that your older chipset does not support(max. 8 chips with 256mx8 on 1 side) etc.
    I advice you to contact G-skill custumor support ask them about your specific case.
    Did you get any insight from GSkill that that your motherboard (p55 chipset) is supported by this modules(on their website it is not listed under QVE) and that the specs of the memory modules are compatible
    @logicalthought you said:
    I should not that I increased the fan speeds
    This could point to your PSU, by increasing the fans your system takes more power if your PSU is faulty it could (further)destabilize your system and create all kinds of BSOD's.

    i unplugged everything except the mouse, keyboard, and monitor. Running with once stick of ram and the sound card has been left out since the post where someone recommend that I remove it. Still BSOD loop. I even tried using a bootable usb to do a clean install. Once again got stuck in the automatic repair BSOD loop.


    waiting on tech support from g skill at the moment.


    and unfortunately I cannot upload the BSOD zip. I can't get past the BSOD loop.
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