Question Weird BSOD memory managment

lan_baba

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Hi all,

I have a weired BSOD issue with my windows 10 PC. I built it from scratch, with a Gigabyte Z97MX Gaming 5 board, 4790K stock speed, 4x4G memory, Plextor SATA3 SSD as boot disk, 2 normal HDD and 2070 Super. The windows is freshly installed, and the power supply and graphic card was upgraded (the BSOD also exists before the upgrade).
Here is what happens: almost every day the first time I start the PC, I have more than 75% chance the PC will enter into BSOD in a few minutes, gives me a memory management error and then reboot after doing its dump. But then it is just stable. I can shutdown and start, the BSOD won't appear. There are a few times, that the BSOD will repeat itself more than once, but it is very rare. If the night before I put the PC into sleep, then I don't get the BSOD next time I wake it up.
I have run the CPU stress test and memory stress test each for 5 minutes, and it doesn't have any problem.
Any hint what the problem could be?
 

Ziadul87

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Try MemTest on all the RAMs separately and if there's no error, try them together. Run memtest on each stick more than 4 times.
I know it's very boring but faulty RAM is most of the time responsible.
 

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