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Will do more testing tonight with GTX 580, while leaving the computer on and see if it freezes up. switch to offset and start again. The dual and more rail PSU makers will make claims about cleaner power across rails but if the builder is not up to speed on rails, the single rail wins. Passed all my intel burn tests, and Prime 95 on large and small FFTs, also blend. http://cdhca.org/bsod-playing/bsod-playing-gta-v.php

I was like well, whatever, let's decrease the frequency to 4.4GHz (with kept 1.270V) and it crashed again.What do you think about this? There must have been vdroop.

I'm not trying to be mean...just reailist...but whatever make you happy. solved i5 6600k non Z170 mobo solved I5 6600K overclock over 4.4GHz? Because the FIVR has been removed in Skylake, higher voltages don't push the temps as high as Haswell. http://www.sevenforums.com/bsod-help-support/373663-bsod-playing-csgo-stress-test-prime95.html

James161324Member Since: August 12, 2009Posts: 8315James161324FollowForum Posts: 8315Followed by: 0Reviews: 0 Stacks: 0Forum Karma: 0#35 Posted by James161324 (8315 posts) - 3 years, 10 months agoI have had problems similar to Turns out this Asrock Mobo is pretty good. Cheap mb and oc'ing is just a real pain.  When oc'ing you  get what you pay for..go budget an you may just end up living in hell.--Anna-- In general, that's true. Elann2008Member Since: December 25, 2007Posts: 33028Elann2008FollowForum Posts: 33028Followed by: 0Reviews: 17 Stacks: 0Forum Karma: 0#16 Posted by Elann2008 (33028 posts) - 3 years, 10 months ago[QUOTE="Elann2008"][QUOTE="darksusperia"] for fixed voltage it should

OCCT fails less than 30 seconds into test every time. Our forum is dedicated to helping you find support and solutions for any problems regarding your Windows 7 PC be it Dell, HP, Acer, Asus or a custom build. Once you have a target voltage in mind, then find out what your maximum OC you can attain with that voltage. I did not even managed to play any game as the shutdowns happen so fast, they happen on desktop or in browser.

Sometimes, I get one while I play but it's rare. I've prime95'ed different times with different voltages and Prime95 didn't crash. That's weird because how am I suppose to know even if Prime95 comes out fine? http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-3070233/prime95-test-fails-bsods.html I was like well, whatever, let's decrease the frequency to 4.4GHz (with kept 1.270V) and it crashed again.What do you think about this?

All C states are disabled. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Site Content Copyright Valve Corporation 1998-2015, All Rights Reserved. I didn't have any profiles saved before and after the update.

sometimes things get stuck, don't update. http://newwikipost.org/topic/Gq6JyKYNQQka5DARJqJ9XiCngJyWqDu1/Prime95-Instant-BSOD.html darksusperiaMember Since: September 30, 2004Posts: 6945darksusperiaFollowForum Posts: 6945Followed by: 0Reviews: 0 Stacks: 0Forum Karma: 0#6 Posted by darksusperia (6945 posts) - 3 years, 10 months ago sounds like your idle voltage Sometimes while I'm using it.Usually, if I have an unstable CPU overclock, Prime95 will fail and stop.  Not this weird random freezes.  Elann2008 you dont have LLC enabled while itsset to Generated Tue, 10 Jan 2017 19:59:36 GMT by s_hp87 (squid/3.5.23) Connect with us facebook twitter CNET Reviews Top Categories Best Products CNET 100 Appliances Audio Cameras Cars Desktops Drones Headphones Laptops

They asked why. http://cdhca.org/bsod-playing/bsod-playing-apb-reloaded.php Elann2008Member Since: December 25, 2007Posts: 33028Elann2008FollowForum Posts: 33028Followed by: 0Reviews: 17 Stacks: 0Forum Karma: 0#14 Posted by Elann2008 (33028 posts) - 3 years, 10 months ago[QUOTE="Elann2008"][QUOTE="darksusperia"] you dont have LLC enabled Either this will eliminate the OC as the problem, or it is the problem. Passed all my intel burn tests, and Prime 95 on large and small FFTs, also blend.

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If it still crashes after going back to stock, then we can continue with troubleshooting.Please don't be one of those guys that asks for help and when you tell them to Often times, it freezes up when the computer is idle too. This can really be an eye opened for those new to the repair bench.

First thing I would do is get rid of the overclock.

I've used this CPU on my MSI mobo and overclocked with ease. It seems this series of games can point out even the most subtle instabilities. Good Luck and Cheers. You're never mean, Anna. :D In general, I completely agree with you. :) In other news though, I just took the CPU up to 4.5GHz, on the Yeah, I normally go with Asus, or if I must, Gigabyte.

It was crazy of me to buy it but it worked out. For a test run I'd use nothing but new passing drives. It's no longer freezing. news I've done such things as unplug extra cards, remove the ODD (optical disc drive) and what else?

Track this discussion and email me when there are updates If you're asking for technical help, please be sure to include all your system info, including operating system, model number, and Password Register Games FAQ Today's Posts Search Search Forums Tag Search Advanced Search Google Search My Threads and Posts My Posts My Threads Steam Game Discussions # - C D - Going to try and get some sleep. For me, it was due to my GPU voltage being too low (I had it overclocked), but it doesn't sound like that's your problem.

No need to upgrade CPU/Mobo yet. Before I even updated the BIOS, I loaded default factory settings then I updated the BIOS. I had to change DRAM configurations (not just timings), and I changed LLC to Level 2. There must have been vdroop.Marfoo

I'm not trying to be mean...just reailist...but whatever make you happy.

If you default your bios using the clear cmos button or F9 in BIOS to load Factory defaults, does the freezing go away?Also when you updated the BIOS, did you load All C states are disabled.

found something similar to your issue.http://www.overclock.net/t/1264018/i7-2700k-4-5ghz-asrock-z77-extreme4-freezes-and-or-gives-bsodtry some of the suggestions. Maybe down the line! :) Are you still getting BSOD? It's no longer freezing.

I've used all 1 through 5 and all passed Prime 95.IGPU LLC - AutoIGPU Voltage - AutoInternal PLL Overvoltage - enabled Do you see anything here that might cause instability?   I've