If you already replaced your motherboard, memory, I would say this issue is related to the processor. Remember that the memory controller is embedded on the processor and this may cause blue screens.
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Make sure that your memory works below 1.6v. 1.5v is recommended.
always coming blue screen with following errors
1)beggining dump of physical memory
2)stop 000 bla bla
It seems that you have to manually set your ram. Refer to the manufacturer's website and get the latency rating and operating voltage of the ram you have. Next go to bios and manually set them based on the info you have. The voltage should be set no greater than 1.65 v, so set it from 1.6 to 1.64 whichever will give you a stable operation. Start from the lower value.
Hope this help.
my default ram voltage 1.5v
that should be the problem ?
I have examine the manufacturer's website and I find that most are rated at 1.65v although there some with 1.5 v ratings. So please get the exact model number of your ram and obtain those data stated earlier for possible manual setting of your bios. If the rating is 1.5v then don't make the changes. However if it is 1.65v then follow the instruction given earlier.
Also I have seen some memory that is advertised as 1.5v that require a bit more to operate correctly. Even if it is 1.5v, try 1.55v and see if the problem continues.
1.65v is dangerus for your processor, I don't recommend you to go near it.
i tried with 1.55 v still getting blue screen
corsair VS2GB1333d3 ram
i think it doesnt have xmp support
please help me
yes the problem solved
problem is with ram ,check your ram compatibilty with board and processor it fixes the problem
my old ram -corsair VS2G1333d3(not compatible with board)
problem fixed with my new ram -corsair CMX4GX3M2A1600C9
surely this ram will fix the problem