Workdawg Posted October 2, 2010 Share Posted October 2, 2010 I recently built a new system and am having some issues with the computer crashing giving "Memory Management" BSODs. Originally the mobo wouldn't consistently detect all my ram, but after flashing to the newest firmware, it has been able to detect all the RAM, but it was under clocked to 1033mhz. The timings were also off. I enabled XMP, and it automatically set everything up correctly. 1600mhz, 7-8-7-20 timings. Awesome. Over the past few days I've been having serious issues with crashing though, BSODs sometimes within 5 minutes of booting up, other times it'll run all night. It doesn't really seem to depend on what I'm doing. Every time though, it's a Memory Management message. I decided to turn XMP off and let the RAM run slower, and so far it seems like it's been pretty stable. If you can provide any help in getting my RAM to run up to it's potential, that would be amazing. Thanks! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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