0x000000d1 and 0x0000001e even when idle

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I'm getting both of these errors constantly. Everything used to work with my old Asus z77 MB and I'm on my second MSI z87 G45 since I returned the first one thinking that it was bad. Now I'm thinking it's the CPU since everything else worked fine on my Asus z77.

PSU = I have an Antec 850w.
RAM = G.Skill 12800 8-8-8-24. It's is in XMP and the command rate is 2T. Ran memtest overnight and it found no errors (after 4 passes).
CPU = 4670k
MB = MSI z87 g 46
SSD = Samsung 840 250GB. Wiped and reinstalled windows multiple times on 1st and 2nd z87 MB's.
GPU's = EVGA GTX 680 x2 in SLI
 


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kemical

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Use !analyze -v to get detailed debugging information.

BugCheck 1E, {ffffffffc000001d, fffff800802ca3bf, ffffe00001f9e080, 1}

Probably caused by : memory_corruption

Followup: memory_corruption
Hi,
Your first dump file blamed the gpu driver and as you can see by the above the second is blaming memory corruption although that doesn't necessarily mean your RAM is bad. I notice your bios is missing an update. The bios update does have upgrades on memory compatibility so it's perhaps worth pursuing:
BiosVersion = V1.6
BiosReleaseDate = 12/02/2013
Latest version at v1.7: http://www.msi.com/product/mb/Z87G45_GAMING.html#download

bwcW8x64.sys Fri Nov 08 15:31:59 2013: Killer network driver. Later versions to drivers can be found on the above site.

Does the system bsod if you run it outside of XMP?
 


kemical

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So the bsod has stopped?
 


#5
It wasn't BSOD'ing that much to begin with, so I'm not 100% it has stopped but it hasn't BSOD'ed for some time, now.
 


kemical

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#6
Ok understood. Send in new dump files if it happens and good luck.
 


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