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  1.    08 Sep 2017 #31
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    Quote Originally Posted by RedBalloon View Post
    OK @worf105,

    I set Turbo Boost back on, increased the CPU Core Voltage to 1.4V and verified that the XMP settings are correct in my BIOS (3200MHz, 1.35V, timings are 16-18-18-36).

    I ran Dying Light stable for about 30 minutes with no crash. In my previous experience, this would have crashed under default settings so this seems like good news to me.

    My temperatures were about 55-60C on average while the game was running, but it did max out at 80C at one point. Also, according to HWMonitor my CPU Core voltage maxed out at 1.238 V for what that is worth. Edit: I think I was looking at the wrong entry as CPU VCORE says 1.392 V. I am using a Cooler Master Hyper 212 EVO for cooling. Ambient temperature is about 18-19C (bit cooler today than normal).

    My BIOS version is F22f, and I am on Windows 10 Home Version 1703, OS Build 15063.540.

    Please let me know what my next target should be for CPU Clock Speed. I have been using the core multiplier to accomplish this in the past.
    Great to hear this. Keeping those setting for now and if i am not wrong you'd like to run at 4.5GHz so keep raising the multi in the Turbo Boost for each core until your at 4.5GHz. Keep testing and watching those temps.
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  2.    08 Sep 2017 #32
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    Quote Originally Posted by worf105 View Post
    Great to hear this. Keeping those setting for now and if i am not wrong you'd like to run at 4.5GHz so keep raising the multi in the Turbo Boost for each core until your at 4.5GHz. Keep testing and watching those temps.
    Once you have reached 4.5 GHz and are happy with this overclock then its time to bring down the voltage until you start to become unstable again. Once at this point you will raise the core voltage a little at a time until you gain stability and add just a baw hair more. Hopefully you'd get to around 1.3 volts. ( I run my 6700K @ 1.26v)

    Watch temps and watch how the voltage is jumping about.
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  4.    08 Sep 2017 #34
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    Quote Originally Posted by RedBalloon View Post
    OK @worf105,

    I set Turbo Boost back on, increased the CPU Core Voltage to 1.4V and verified that the XMP settings are correct in my BIOS (3200MHz, 1.35V, timings are 16-18-18-36).

    I ran Dying Light stable for about 30 minutes with no crash. In my previous experience, this would have crashed under default settings so this seems like good news to me.

    My temperatures were about 55-60C on average while the game was running, but it did max out at 80C at one point. Also, according to HWMonitor my CPU Core voltage maxed out at 1.238 V for what that is worth. Edit: I think I was looking at the wrong entry as CPU VCORE says 1.392 V. I am using a Cooler Master Hyper 212 EVO for cooling. Ambient temperature is about 18-19C (bit cooler today than normal).

    My BIOS version is F22f, and I am on Windows 10 Home Version 1703, OS Build 15063.540.

    Please let me know what my next target should be for CPU Clock Speed. I have been using the core multiplier to accomplish this in the past.
    Can we also get the details of your PSU, any USB devices used and Storage devices please.
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  5.    08 Sep 2017 #35
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    Hey @worf105,

    I tested 4.3GHz at 1.4V and had no crashes after 30 minutes of my game Dying Light. Temperatures were 60-65C on average, maxed at 80C.

    When I increased the CPU clock to 4.4GHz, I could not boot into Windows. I got a BSOD "Page Fault in Nonpaged Area."
    My PSU is EVGA - SuperNOVA G2 750W 80+ Gold Certified Fully-Modular ATX Power Supply.

    My USB devices are:

    -Razer DeathAdder mouse
    -Corsair K70 LUX keyboard
    -Xbox 360 Wired Controller
    -SeaGate External Hard Drive
    -Wireless USB dongle for PlayStation Gold Headset

    Here's a full list of my parts from PC Part Picker: New PC Build - 11/26/16 - evanandras Saved Part List - Core i7-6700K 4.0GHz Quad-Core, GeForce GTX 1070 8GB G1 Gaming, S340 Elite (Black) ATX Mid Tower - PCPartPicker

    What is the best way for me to share my BSOD crash dump with you?
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  6.    08 Sep 2017 #36
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    Quote Originally Posted by RedBalloon View Post
    Hey @worf105,

    I tested 4.3GHz at 1.4V and had no crashes after 30 minutes of my game Dying Light. Temperatures were 60-65C on average, maxed at 80C.

    When I increased the CPU clock to 4.4GHz, I could not boot into Windows. I got a BSOD "Page Fault in Nonpaged Area."
    My PSU is EVGA - SuperNOVA G2 750W 80+ Gold Certified Fully-Modular ATX Power Supply.

    My USB devices are:

    -Razer DeathAdder mouse
    -Corsair K70 LUX keyboard
    -Xbox 360 Wired Controller
    -SeaGate External Hard Drive
    -Wireless USB dongle for PlayStation Gold Headset

    What is the best way for me to share my BSOD crash dump with you?
    Just for more info:
    How old is the windows installation?
    are your drivers fully up to date?

    Run “chkdsk /f /r C:”

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  7.    08 Sep 2017 #37
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    Quote Originally Posted by RedBalloon View Post
    Hey @worf105,

    I tested 4.3GHz at 1.4V and had no crashes after 30 minutes of my game Dying Light. Temperatures were 60-65C on average, maxed at 80C.

    When I increased the CPU clock to 4.4GHz, I could not boot into Windows. I got a BSOD "Page Fault in Nonpaged Area."
    My PSU is EVGA - SuperNOVA G2 750W 80+ Gold Certified Fully-Modular ATX Power Supply.

    My USB devices are:

    -Razer DeathAdder mouse
    -Corsair K70 LUX keyboard
    -Xbox 360 Wired Controller
    -SeaGate External Hard Drive
    -Wireless USB dongle for PlayStation Gold Headset

    Here's a full list of my parts from PC Part Picker: New PC Build - 11/26/16 - evanandras Saved Part List - Core i7-6700K 4.0GHz Quad-Core, GeForce GTX 1070 8GB G1 Gaming, S340 Elite (Black) ATX Mid Tower - PCPartPicker

    What is the best way for me to share my BSOD crash dump with you?
    Can you clear the CMOS and reload system defaults. Reboot. Re-enter the Core voltage of 1.4 volts but don't enable XMP manually enter the XMP values. but enter 1.36 volts for RAM voltage.
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  8.    08 Sep 2017 #38
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    Doing some more reading on this problem and came across several other have this issue as you describe. in Two of the cases the CPU was at fault and both RMA'd and with the replacement all is OK. May be an option for you @RedBalloon
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  9.    08 Sep 2017 #39
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    Thanks again @worf105. I am running the CHKDSK command and it looks stuck at 10% after about 15 minutes. My HDD light is a solid "on" (not blinking).

    I figured I should let this run rather than interrupt it, but can try clearing CMOS later and resetting values as you suggested.

    My last Windows install was very recent, within the last week or so. I installed drivers found on my Gigabyte motherboard's support page.

    I can definitely try to RMA the CPU but I'm also happy if I can get it running stably at a safe voltage even just at stock settings. I'd just need advice on stepping down the voltage in that case (for example, how many volts to decrease from 1.4 V between each check).
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  10.    08 Sep 2017 #40
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    Hey @worf105,

    I got impatient with CHKDSK and restarted my system. I can run that overnight if needed but it was sitting at 10% for some time.

    I reset the CMOS, reset to BIOS defaults, then manually entered the RAM timings, frequency and voltage (3200 MHz, 16-18-18-36, and 1.36V). I also set CPU voltage to 1.4V and CPU clock to 4.3 GHz. This booted into Windows, so I restarted and tried increasing the CPU clock to 4.4 GHz. I got another BSOD - this time it was "System Service Exception."

    I've reverted back to 4.3 GHz, with CPU Core Voltage of 1.4V and memory set to XMP values.
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