i9-7980xe build and constant BSOD problems

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    I'm tired from the back and forth.
    There was Windows and Adobe piracy.
    With the rules violations some would have just posted the notice.
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    Yea I'm glad we found the issue of the file! Does anyone else have recommendations on what to try to diagnose for the BSOD of my machine?

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    I updated all the drivers and windows and still got a crash when I was using the PC normally. I can try to stress test the CPU and sometimes it will BSOD. Any thing else I can try?

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    I would say that I can reinstall windows to a test drive but the BIOS will freeze up sometimes when doing the auto over clocking. When I run a MEM test it passes.
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    Constant BSOD and lockups.


    I am getting random BSOD errors. All drivers, bios, and windows are updated. I'm starting to the extreme i9 processors are just unstable..

    Windows Version 10.0.18363 Build 18363

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    Previous topic here: i9-7980xe build and constant BSOD problems

    Why are you starting a new topic. The other one has gone to 3 pages already. Have you removed the pirated software/programs?
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    jsc255 said:
    Yea I'm glad we found the issue of the file! Does anyone else have recommendations on what to try to diagnose for the BSOD of my machine?

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    I updated all the drivers and windows and still got a crash when I was using the PC normally. I can try to stress test the CPU and sometimes it will BSOD. Any thing else I can try?

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    I would say that I can reinstall windows to a test drive but the BIOS will freeze up sometimes when doing the auto over clocking. When I run a MEM test it passes.
    Hi,
    Auto overclocking freezes well I would not use those bios features then
    Just optimize defaults and save and exit.
    If it still has problems even on a clean install look for bent cpu socket pins or damage to the back of the chip.
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    Yes the adobe thing had been removed and uninstalled.
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