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Videocard: asus r9-290
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Mainboard: msi z97 max ac
Memory: 2x8 ripjaws x 2133
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Default z97 @ 4790k igp - 08-08-2014, 21:03 | posts: 809 | Location: USA

Hey guys, wondering if this is an msi specific issue or if others have run into it with other z97 boards.
I run my 2nd display off the intel igp and noticed that I cannot go over 512mb on the allocated memory without causing a bsod during the intel video driver install. At 512mb or lower there are no issues and it's not caused by oc'ing. The specific bsod is PAGE_FAULT_IN_NONPAGED_AREA (igdkmd64.sys)
   
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Videocard: Gigabyte gtx970 g1 SLI
Processor: 4790k
Mainboard: Asus Z97-Deluxe
Memory: 16gb HyperX@2400
Soundcard: Logitech G35
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Default 08-14-2014, 02:50 | posts: 48 | Location: Norway

Just wondering why you would like to allocated over 512 mb to your secondary monitor?
If you are going to work with something that require that much memeory, i would suggest to hook it up to your gpu instead.

I use two monitors on my gpu and a third (tv) on the igpu.
For watching movies etc i have allocated 128mb.

But i can try to allocated over 512 just to test out if it has any problems.

Edit: Looks like 512 is max i can set on my mb. (asus z97-deluxe).
512 works fine.

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Videocard: ZOTAC GTX780 OC AmpFan
Processor: i7 4770K OC 4.7GHz @1.28v
Mainboard: ASUS Z87 Deluxe
Memory: Crucial BLE 16GB 2400MHz
Soundcard: Creative X-Fi Titanium HD
PSU: Chieftec NTRO88+ 650W
Default 08-14-2014, 04:53 | posts: 8,047 | Location: Urban`Jungle

Hm when I used it it worked fine with 1024mb, even now in passive mode for quicksync.


Maybe try different driver? I use this atm 10.18.10.3621, date 17.5.2014



EDIT: made some screens


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Videocard: asus r9-290
Processor: intel 4790k@4.7
Mainboard: msi z97 max ac
Memory: 2x8 ripjaws x 2133
Soundcard: creative sbz
PSU: evga p2-1000
Default 08-14-2014, 21:05 | posts: 809 | Location: USA

Thanks much for testing that out, must be an msi thing. I've tried a few different drivers and they all do it so it has to be a bios thing. Currently on 512mb with the 10.18.10.3643 driver and no issues.
Also no reason for the 1gb allocation. I mostly did it because i have ram to spare and because I like to max sh*t out
   
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Processor: i7 4770K OC 4.7GHz @1.28v
Mainboard: ASUS Z87 Deluxe
Memory: Crucial BLE 16GB 2400MHz
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PSU: Chieftec NTRO88+ 650W
Default 08-15-2014, 02:17 | posts: 8,047 | Location: Urban`Jungle

Yeah I set it to 1024 only because I have so much free ram, otherwise it ran the same @ 512mb

Also use 1gb ram disk for FF cache and still plenty left. 16gb rox
   
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Videocard: asus r9-290
Processor: intel 4790k@4.7
Mainboard: msi z97 max ac
Memory: 2x8 ripjaws x 2133
Soundcard: creative sbz
PSU: evga p2-1000
Default 08-15-2014, 17:22 | posts: 809 | Location: USA

Yup, endless ram is great. Never tried using a ram disk but I will look into it for sure
   
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