BSOD Whea_Uncorrectable_Error into multiple Clock_Watchdog_Timeout

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  1.    #11

    Hello axe0,

    here's the link to the memory.dmp: Dropbox - MEMORY.DMP - Simplify your life

    Okay, I'll try to set the memory settings to their default. Each of the two pairs is from a different manufacturer and probably run with different speeds by default tho.
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  2. axe0's Avatar
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    I checked the specifications of the modules, from what I looked at, they should at least be able to run at the same speed.

    EDIT: it appears the memory dump is corrupt.
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  3.    #13

    I set the memory settings to their default in the BIOS / everything on 'auto'. I can't tell if they're running at the same speed now, though.

    So the memory dump is of no use for you?

    If it helps, I could also remove the two 4 GB modules. FYI: When I originally created the threat, tho, those two modules weren't installed.
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  4.    #14

    Next BSOD.

    Seems like I didn't set the RAM settings right so I'll just remove the two 1600 speed modules?
    BSOD Whea_Uncorrectable_Error into multiple Clock_Watchdog_Timeout Attached Files
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  5. axe0's Avatar
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    I hope that won't be needed.
    I've checked all dumps provided thus far, that are usable, and think I may have found the cause.

    Below I marked a line in red which is consistent in the 0x124. Past experience has proven that internal timer errors are a result of a bad processor.
    Section 2     : x86/x64 MCA
    Descriptor    @ ffff8e856e940138
    Section       @ ffff8e856e9402c0
    Offset        : 664
    Length        : 264
    Flags         : 0x00000000
    Severity      : Fatal
    Error         : Internal timer (Proc 4 Bank 4)
      Status      : 0xbe00000000800400
      Address     : 0x00007ffb8bacefc3
      Misc.       : 0x00007ffb8bacefc3
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  6.    #16

    So buying a new CPU (i7 4790K) would be a good idea here? It was a pretty popular CPU so I should be able to find a used one for not too much money.

    Thank you very much for helping me out, axe0. I really appreciate it.
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  7. axe0's Avatar
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    If you have warranty, I would use that instead of buying another CPU. If you don't have warranty, then yes.
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