Question BSOD: Error Memory Management / Crash when playing CSGO randomly

rdccalonge

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I've just added an 8GB Memory with same speed and additional monitor (I have now two) enabling the Intel Graphics Card from BIOS and its drivers.
These are the only things I've made and ever since I've been getting either

BSOD: Error Management
or
sometimes when playing CSGO it exits randomly without any error.

Processor: Haswell Intel Core i5 4590 Socket 1150 LGA @ 3.30Ghz
Board: ASUS B85-Pro Gamer
Total Size 16384 MB
Type Dual Channel (128 bit) DDR3-SDRAM
Frequency 799.9 MHz (DDR3-1600) - Ratio 1:6
Timings 9-9-9-24-2 (tCAS-tRC-tRP-tRAS-tCR)
Slot #1 Module G.Skill 4096 MB (DDR3-1600) - XMP 1.2 - P/N: F3-12800CL9-4GBXL
Slot #2 Module Kingston 8192 MB (DDR3-1600) - P/N: KHX1600C10D3/8G
Slot #3 Module G.Skill 4096 MB (DDR3-1600) - XMP 1.2 - P/N: F3-12800CL9-4GBXL
 

cin19

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Because you mixed the RAM with cl9 (gskill) and cl10 (kingston), even they have same speed, that is the problem.

Try, remove the gskill RAMs, only use the kingston one, clear the CMOS. And boot into the BIOS, memory section, set these memory setting to "auto" manual page 2-12 and 2-13. Save and exit.

After that reboot the PC to see it works fine or not, if it does. shutdown the PC, add the two gskill RAM back to the PC, reboot the PC. If you are lucky, the PC will boot, and the PC will work fine. Otherwise forget about the new 8GB RAM.
 

rdccalonge

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Should I move Kingston to Slot 1?
GSkill have a dual channel is that okay?
also with my motherboard did I place my ram slots properly with 1 and 3 to gskill and 2 to kingston??

thanks
 

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