PROBLEM: when i have all 4 sticks of ram in the computer crashes within 2-60 mintues of running in windows. Never crashed durning prime test (but only ran for a like 30 minutes)
I am guessing it is a voltage issue, but i'm not fully sure if it is the NB or CPU/NB voltage i need to increase and by how much. I am thinking it has to due with the low power.
While typing this I had prime running and it did crash with in about 30 minutes.
hmmm now it has crashed on boot into windows twice...
Running Memtest86 now to see if i get any errors with the Ram. any helps or ideas for testing or what the problem might be would be very helpful.
PROBLEM2: Half the time when the system reboots the ether net port is only connect to the local network and will not connect to the internet. I have to ether reboot or reinstall the driver to get it working.... not sure if this has any relation or not (possible bad board ?)
PROBLEM3: before the system started crashing I did try to up the cpu to 4Ghz it started fine the started to crash a few times as i was playing with it. the heat never got very high, but at some point it crashed my SSD. i was not able to recover it and when i put into paragon hard disk manager it was unable to do anything with it because of IO Errors, It is normal or easy to fry a SSD ? I am starting to wonder if my MB is bad ? or maybe the PSU ? how do you tell ?
The MB is running the latest bios Asus has on there site (came this way)
What I have
MB: asus crosshair iv formula 890fx
CPU: AMD 1090T
Ram: 4 sticks of the GSkill 43-12800cl9s-4gbrl (16gigs of ram)
PSU ABS: 900W MJ900 RT
Case: cooler Master HAF X
GPU: Palit NE5TX470F10DA GeForce GTX 470 (Fermi) 1280MB 320-bit GDDR5 PCI Express 2.0 x16 HDCP
I am still waiting for for the
OS harddrive: Crucial RealSSD C300
New CPU Fan: ARCTIC COOLING Freezer 64 Pro 92mm Ceramic CPU Cooler
I have not built a new computer for me in a long time (a couple for work, but they were simple work machines based on low prices)
I do a fair amount of Editing HD video for my wifes studio so i used this as an excuse for spending a extra for fun and not have to buy again for a bit.
Yes I know Intel chips are faster for video editing, but I wanted the 6 core for future products and just so i didn't buy again (and I would have spent more with Intel)