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Ram Issue; Stuck On Windows Loading Screen

I was on my computer one day and I was trying to unzip some files and it gave me a corrupt error. Didn’t think much of it until I went on chrome and it kept repeatedly crashing. This threw me off a little and I didn’t really think much of this as well until a little later the same day I was welcomed with a pleasant BSOD with an error of MEMORY_MANAGEMENT. It rebooted and I was on the windows 10 desktop and then the same BSOD returned after a couple of hours being on my computer. I ran windows memory diagnostics and it spotted some hardware issues. Now I had my memory overclocked (11-13-13-31 1.65V 2400Mhz the ram was rated at this) but I only had it for 3 months. I tried to go back and underclock the ram with timings of 9-9-9-24 1.5V at 1600Mhz to see if anything would change. I saved settings and rebooted my computer then it got to the windows logo with the spinning dots and just get stuck there. I hit the reset button on my computer numerous times and I still end up being stuck with the windows logo and spinning dots on every instance.

i7 4790K
Corsair Vengeance 32gb RAM 2400MHz
2x Zotac 980 TI Amp Extreme
Asus Maximus VI Hero
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  1. Do you have the latest BIOS? Try resetting CMOS, go in and enable XMP, select profile 1, then raise the VTTDDR up + 0.075
  2. Tradesman1 said:
    Do you have the latest BIOS? Try resetting CMOS, go in and enable XMP, select profile 1, then raise the VTTDDR up + 0.075

    How would I go about reseting cmos and what exactly is the VTTDDR? Sorry I'm fairly new to bios tweaking
  3. Best answer
    Easiest way is to unplug the power and remove the mobo battery for a minute or so, it will rest things to stock. The VTTDDR is MC (memory controller) voltage, it can help stabilize the memory
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