MhzManiacSounds like over heating of the cpu. What cooling are you using? Did you lose voltage to the cooler?
MhzManiacIf it's memory timings or a stick going bad, run a mem test program. Win 10 has a built in one or use something like this: https://hcidesign.com/memtest/download.html
wmmillsLooks like Maniac might have a handle on this but ill throw out this observation just to make more trouble i guess. Your error code said; 0xc0000221 which is this: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-hardware/drivers/debugger/bug-check-0xc0000221--status-image-checksum-mismatch which is pointing to HDD/SSD/OS install/drive corruption and the pointer showed this file: windows\system32\drivers\qeois.sys which is specifically which is pointing more specifically to: QLogic iSCSI offload driver by Qlogic. Info here: https://www.pconlife.com/viewfileinfo/qeois-sys/ So this makes me wonder if you may have a psu voltage issue, what psu make and model you using and how old, or a mechanical hdd issue, what hdd are using aand how old, or maybe both. Qlogic is now Marvell as of 2018 and they both do network and bus devices, qlogic being the legacy products.
easedelNow trying to figure out how to do a Cross-Ship RMA on a product that is no longer available thus can't figure out the price lol
EVGATech_AnthonySSorry about that easedel! Wish I would have seen this sooner so I could have saved you the time.
EVGATech_AnthonySJust sent you an email about this.
MhzManiacThat is odd. The DIMM pop table doesn't show that as a valid config. Would be valid if 4 had a DIMM as well.
easedelMhzManiacThat is odd. The DIMM pop table doesn't show that as a valid config. Would be valid if 4 had a DIMM as well. Yep. Only DIMM 3 and 4 have sticks in it and its fine. I was confused when it booted with just a stick in DIMM 4 before. Thats what i been running with since the other day until today lol
wmmillseasedelMhzManiacThat is odd. The DIMM pop table doesn't show that as a valid config. Would be valid if 4 had a DIMM as well. Yep. Only DIMM 3 and 4 have sticks in it and its fine. I was confused when it booted with just a stick in DIMM 4 before. Thats what i been running with since the other day until today lolThats interesting, so it doesnt work unless your running in single channel mode, since you have one stick in each DIMM channel. If you are manually setting the ram up in bios with correct voltage and timings with a 2 for command rate then that would point to the mobo being the issue or the cpu itself may have a issue.
easedelReplacement board arrived today and so far so good. Memory showing 16gb in dual channel. Using the DIMM 2 and 4 as normal. CPU temps nice at 29c Ill have the old board shipped out tomorrow or friday hopefully soon as i figure out the best way to ship it ( UPS or USPS ). Thought there would have been a prepaid return label so didn't plan anything out on that part