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Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit." - Aristotle #9 Jump to: Jump to - - - - - - - - - - [EVGA Graphics Cards] - - I could maybe understand that under load there might be an issue but to cause a BSOD idling is weird. Mine happened within the first 2 days of my build.... Try using HCI memtest, there's a link for it in the OC Stability sticky. http://aurdev.com/random-bsod/getting-random-bsod.html

re-installed Logitech webcam drivers (they include audio) and updated Marvell LAN driver and Realtek drivers for a good measure. I most of time set mine a couple tics above spec just in case. #11 Kenmitch, Dec 7, 2011 toyota Lifer Joined: Apr 15, 2001 Messages: 12,957 Likes Received: 0 Status: offline Ribbons : 16 Re:2600K @ 4.8GHz daily, random BSOD 124 at idle started 2012/06/10 18:49:23 (permalink) ^^ Perfect example of aging... try enabling C1E or both C1E and EIST - however keep C3 & C6 disabled if running an SSD though, they affect the sandforce controller write speeds greatly at SATAIII. http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-2175336/random-bsod-idle.html

all I can say is that at 4.5GHz it is not required on this chip to boost vccio any further for mem @ 2133mhz. First, disconnect the hardware, and uninstall the drivers for it completely. It's nice that a company is offering passersby free Internet service. Neither one is likely to result in anything.Instead, scroll down and take note of the blue screen codes.

  • I'll try HWpro.
  • Probably for the same reason voltage X.xx is enough for gaming but not enough for Prime95 Large, or is enough for Prime95 small but not enough for [email protected], etc.
  • Reply With Quote 2016-08-14,09:46 PM #5 Thunderball View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message View Started Threads Herald of the Titans Join Date May 2008 Posts 2,602 Originally Posted by TwentyTwelve

hmmmm ... Extreme and such. Fixed by upping vcore a tic or two. #7 Kenmitch, Dec 7, 2011 toyota Lifer Joined: Apr 15, 2001 Messages: 12,957 Likes Received: 0 aigomorla said: ↑ check RAM..Click to is there any other info you need?Cheers. 2 answers Last reply Jun 10, 2014 More about random bsod idle Copyright-WapowJun 10, 2014, 9:18 AM Kindly check all your PC Temperature since

Which one is reliable? Should you use the Private Message to contact me again, without having become legal, I will report that to the Forum Staff - and I will block you from contacting me. Denver, We Have a Problem Flickr's a great place to look up BSoD errors, and this one shows an alarming error screen in a Denver airport. http://www.sevenforums.com/performance-maintenance/358701-brand-new-build-random-restarts-under-load-idle.html When you load your cpu, you get a spike in current, which will drop the voltage for an instant no matter what kind of compensation the motherboard has.

If you're running Vista, you can also use Microsoft's Windows Memory Diagnostics Tool. Maybe use memtest to test your memory. At the flashing command prompt, type chkdsk /f /r and reboot the system if prompted. I originally attributed the problem to Skyrim game , since it used to only do it while playing this particular game.

I contacted the company that i got the computer from, cyberpowerpc, to help assist me in diagnosing the problem. http://newwikipost.org/topic/f52dB7gHHpLTjjZpgNeXNNltvB0KKKfl/Random-BSOD-more-prominent-when-under-load-with-buzzing-sound.html Obviously just examples above, but i'm unsure how it actually works. This particular BSoD can rear its head in response to bad RAM, a faulty motherboard, or a corrupted BIOS.Overzealous OverclockingIf you've overclocked, the first thing you should do to isolate the LLC:7(max) makes it go 1.3-1.37?

If we could give out a teddy bear stuffed with cash to each person that visited this article, we'd do it. navigate here Sadly, we don't have teddy bears, and what little cash we have is usually spent at the pub.Secondly, you must we wondering, "Oh snap! When i had LLC on Auto before though, it always stayed around 1.344v too. Jump to content Sign In Create Account Search Advanced Search section: This topic Forums Members Help Files Calendar View New Content Forum Rules BleepingComputer.com Forums Members Tutorials Startup List

To be fair, Microsoft has done an incredible job researching driver issues and coming up with ways to prevent them from happening, and the result is a much more stable Windows Reply With Quote 2016-08-15,02:28 PM #7 Thunderball View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message View Started Threads Herald of the Titans Join Date May 2008 Posts 2,602 Originally Posted by TwentyTwelve Though Blue Screens are difficult to decipher, all the information you need to figure out what caused it is right there in front of you in blue and white—and that’s where Check This Out Need an account?

Could be me just... Not sure, I'll keep an eye on the Vcore though, still, my Vcore never moved from 1.344v when i had LLC set to Auto. I have no offset options for my mobo.Click to expand...

What is causing the BSOD?

Problem is Vdroop and LLC and literally different on each and every system. User Control Panel Log out NEWS NEWS & NOTICE EVGA News Press Release AWARDS All Awards Graphics Motherboards Power Supplies Mice TECHNOLOGY EVGA ACX 3.0 EVGA Motherboard EVGA Power Supply Features PC Gamer is part of Future plc, an international media group and leading digital publisher. at random times does NOT happen under load.

Maybe i'm stupid and CPU temps are completely different from Package on HWmonitor; i assumed all 4 cores = CPU temp. These were the main causes of crashes prior to Windows 7, so it makes sense that BSoDs are now rare.Notice we said "rare" and not "non-existent." That's because you might still Terms and conditions Privacy policy Cookies policy Advertise with us © Future US, Inc. http://aurdev.com/random-bsod/random-bsod-s.html nothing with a real workload ) Thanks for taking time to look into this Attached Files ORION2K14_6_24_2016_10_05_03_PM.zip 5.86MB 1 downloads admin.zip 262.45KB 2 downloads Edited by jinmtvt, 24 June

Your BIOS could also mis-read the SPD settings. I feel like replugging all the cables in... One factor is I did install 4 gb more ram a week or so ago. Random crashes when under load, no BSOD.

You can also use HWMonitor Pro (I believe trial is enough) or motherboard software. It's only happened once, should i even worry about it?