Windows 7 Blue screen with ntoskrnl.exe

nightflyer

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This PC was bought 2 months ago to an assembly computer company in Toulouse (selexium).

Here is the configuration of the PC :

Processeur
1 x Processeur INTEL Core i7-920 2.66 Ghz Socket 1366 QPI 4.8GT/s 8 Mo 0.045µ

Carte mère
1 x Carte Mère ASUS P6T SE Intel X58 ATX Socket 1366

Boîtier
1 x Boitier Moyen Tour ATX ANTEC Performance One P183-EU Noir Sans Alim

Alimentation
1 x Alimentation FORTRON EVEREST 700W 80PLUS ATX

Ventilateur
2 x Ventilateur Noiseblocker L-X1R BlackSilentFan X1 8 cm

Disque dur
2 x Disque Dur 500 Go SEAGATE BARRACUDA 7200.12 T/M 16 Mo SATA 2 ST3500418AS

Carte vidéo
1 x Carte Vidéo CONNECT 3D ATI HD5850 1 Go DDR5 PCI-e /2 DVI - HDMI

Moniteur
1 x Moniteur LCD 24'' IIYAMA PLB2409HDS-B1 FULL HD Noir Multimedia 2 ms

Mémoire
2 x Mémoire CORSAIR XMS3 6 Go (3 x 2Go) DDR3 PC3-10600 1333 Mhz CL9

Lecteur/Graveur DVD
1 x Graveur DVD/CD & Lecteur DVD/CD NEC Noir AD-7241S-0B SATA

Système d'exploitation
1 x MICROSOFT Windows 7 HOME PREMIUM DVD 64 Bits OEM


I already tested the memory with memtest and nothing is wrong....now I have 12 Go memory... it could be that the system has some difficulties to manage it !

I use Avira AntiVir Control Center for the antivirus and Microsoft Windows 7 firewall.

Hope it helps...
FYI only 800 and 1066 memory is supported by th i7-900 series cpu's and that includes the NEW 6 core hyperthreaded cpu...i found some patriot 1.5 voly 1066 memory that stableized my i7-920...only 1.5v works...NOT 1.5 to 1.6v rated not 1.65 not 1.7...ONLY 1.5v works...overclocking the memory only increases bsod....i7-800 series supports
1066 and 1333 memory as well as the new i7-2600 series (whatever)but theres less support for PCIe

i know i have built 4 new machines 4 diff cpus and4 diff mobo's and the stats of the cpu is availiable at intel website
 


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