Frequent BSOD for over 1.5 years have just replaced my RAM, PSU, MB.

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  1. krzemien's Avatar
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       #11

    Did you run it with all OC disabled (so all standard values everywhere)?


    Also, did you run this chappy before:

    Download Intel® Processor Diagnostic Tool
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  2. Posts : 38
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       #12

    krzemien said:
    Did you run it with all OC disabled (so all standard values everywhere)?


    Also, did you run this chappy before:

    Download Intel® Processor Diagnostic Tool
    I did run it with NO OC at all even XRP off. I have just this second had a BSOD KMODE exception unhandled when running with GPU out and running of CPU graphics. Will attach a dmp.file when it reboots.
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  3. Posts : 38
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       #13

    krzemien said:
    Did you run it with all OC disabled (so all standard values everywhere)?


    Also, did you run this chappy before:

    Download Intel® Processor Diagnostic Tool
    https://drive.google.com/drive/folde...QfNh-n0aoRmjJJ The 2 BSOD from just today are in this link.

    "021019-4500-01" is the one running normally with GPU out.

    "021019-4562-01" Is the BSOD when doing the Prime95 test in safe mode
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  4. Posts : 38
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    Thread Starter
       #14

    krzemien said:
    Did you run it with all OC disabled (so all standard values everywhere)?


    Also, did you run this chappy before:

    Download Intel® Processor Diagnostic Tool
    Just ran the intel processor diagnostics which before has passed and it failed at Maths.
    --- Genuine Intel Test --- ... Version 1.0.16.32b.W ... Expected -- Genu - Pastebin.com

    Attachment 223930

    Will try the test again now
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  5. krzemien's Avatar
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       #15

    Uhm... What temperatures you're seeing with fully loaded CPU?

    If I read these screens correctly they're too high.
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  6. Posts : 38
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       #16

    krzemien said:
    Uhm... What temperatures you're seeing with fully loaded CPU?

    If I read these screens correctly they're too high.
    Attachment 223933

    It passed this time
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  7. krzemien's Avatar
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       #17

    But your CPU seemingly reaches 100C - which I daresay is not normal?
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  8. Posts : 38
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       #18

    krzemien said:
    But your CPU seemingly reaches 100C - which I daresay is not normal?
    Ok just tried running Prime95 and monitoring CPU temps and it got to 100C

    Attachment 223934

    Yeah it's not what I expect to be normal, maybe under highest possible load from Stress testing? Idk
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  9. krzemien's Avatar
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       #19

    Uhm...

    CPU Temperature - What are the Maximum and Normal CPU Temps?

    Intel CPU Temps - Skylake


    Idle Temp
    Normal Temp
    Max Temp
    Core i3-6100
    30 to 35C 48 to 68C 70C
    Core i5-6600K*
    24 to 28C 42 to 52C 72C
    Core i7-6700K*
    26 to 35C
    53 to 70C
    72C

    *Core i5-6600K and Core i7-6700K aren't bundled with Intel stock coolers. To obtain their idle and normal temperature range, we combined temperature readings from a budget air cooler (Cooler Master Hyper 212 EVO) and high end liquid cooler (Corsair H100i GTX).


    And yes, my i5-6400 matches the above.
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  10. Posts : 38
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    Thread Starter
       #20

    krzemien said:
    Uhm...

    CPU Temperature - What are the Maximum and Normal CPU Temps?

    Intel CPU Temps - Skylake


    Idle Temp
    Normal Temp
    Max Temp
    Core i3-6100
    30 to 35C 48 to 68C 70C
    Core i5-6600K*
    24 to 28C 42 to 52C 72C
    Core i7-6700K*
    26 to 35C
    53 to 70C
    72C

    *Core i5-6600K and Core i7-6700K aren't bundled with Intel stock coolers. To obtain their idle and normal temperature range, we combined temperature readings from a budget air cooler (Cooler Master Hyper 212 EVO) and high end liquid cooler (Corsair H100i GTX).


    And yes, my i5-6400 matches the above.
    Well that doesn't seem good considering I have a water cooler!
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