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Random reboots

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Bill Heiland

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You may want to check your ram, I have a few friends who have been having the same problem, they have several sticks of ram on MOBO when they pulled one out the problem stopped. It turned out to be defective mobo..........
 

glock19owner

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Nov 6, 2002
could be a few things...memory...CPU...to tight of memory timings...PSU...too high of a OC...and if the system is stock...then I would first rule out the memory...if the memory is good...then check the voltage rails of his system...you can use MBM5 to check the rails...if the PSu and memory is good...then try reapplying new thermal paste and reseating the HS...if these things do not help...then odds are it is possible the CPU...

you can rule out the memory by running memtest86