I was saying the frequency was about 1000, not exatly 1000. I didn't know that normally the frequency is stable at exatly 1066/1067. And I'm not exatly sure anymore I read right when I cecked the frequency with xmp enabled.Well, does the issue remain when you disable xmp?
No it wouldnt be normal for the mhz to be 1000 when xmp is enabled vs 1067mhz when its disabled..
Can you test a different kit of ram?
But now I have another, bigger problem. I tried to reinstall windows and now the pc doesn't work at all anymore.
It tries to do an automatic rapair but it gives me an error and I can't do anything else than shut down the system and try again....
I already had another similiar problem before, where the pc crashed every 10 minutes or so and when I tried to reinstall windows it just continued to fail, and I thought I solved it after changing the motherboard, the gpu, the ram and the cpu in this order. I swear I'm going to cry, I tried to solve this <Mod Edit> for one <Mod Edit> year, from when I first built this pc, and now, after changing litteraly every single piece of the hardware and without any weird softwares or viruses, this computer still doesn't work....
What am I doing wrong?
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