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Windows 7: Win7 64bit | DumpFile | 16GB Ram


05 Dec 2011   #21

Win 7 Pro 64bit
 
 

Ok I have been running fine until tonight it crashed during BF3 I think it might be a heat issue on the CPU.

I have attached a photo of me playing BF3 with temps (see the high, it had dopped after closing the game) My high was actually 71c. I also attached photos from the UEFI. I cant seem to find the auto shutoff temp in the UEFI.
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06 Dec 2011   #22

Windows 7 build 7127 x64
 
 

If your problem is not sorted yet, I have encounter BSOD caused by Avast not that long ago on a customer PC. Uninstalling the software resolved the problem. It may worth a shot.

Also, a quick test to sort out temp issue, you may open your case and point inside a big fan that will cool down the whole PC component. If the BSOD stop with the fan, verify/change your current CPU/GPU cooling solution or maybe add a small fan on your chipset.

Do not want to hijack others help, just to add my 2 cents. Good luck.

Edit : To modify auto shutoff temp for you CPU, in the Monitor tab in UEFI, set CPU Fan Profile to Manual, then set CPU Upper Temperature higher than 70. I would not recommand setting the limit much higher though.

I would compare your CPU temp with your original 2x4gb RAM and if it's still pretty high and close to 70c, verify your CPU cooling assembly (clamp, thermal paste, fan).
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06 Dec 2011   #23

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Windows 7 Ult x64 - SP1/ Windows 8 Pro x64
 
 

Those CPU core temps are high, you should check the CPU cooler and replace the thermal paste.

You can post those pictures the same way you posted the CPUz shots.

The last picture is where you change the VCCIO voltage.

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What did you set your CPU offset voltage to?

From you motherboard manual, Asus P8P67 Pro

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Your current RAM voltage is 1.662v on Auto, this is too high a voltage.

Your CPUZ SPD tab says all JEDEC and XMP voltages should be 1.50v.

Let's lower the DRAM voltage, on the EFI page above change the 'DRAM Voltage' to 'Manual' and set it at 1.550v.
The voltage is due to your 16GB RAM, with 4GB RAM I would recommend 1.50v.

Then change the VCCIO voltage to 'Manual' and set it at 1.120v.

Then check you system for stability, keep a constant watch on the CPU core temps, don't let it go over 75C.

Let us know if there are any stability issues.


We don't see many issues with Avast, most BSoD analysts here recommend it, I use it myself.
Anything is possible, though.
Lets look at the CPU temps and the RAM settings before you look at software, for now.
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06 Dec 2011   #24

Win 7 Pro 64bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by pominator View Post
If your problem is not sorted yet, I have encounter BSOD caused by Avast not that long ago on a customer PC. Uninstalling the software resolved the problem. It may worth a shot.

Thanks for the info but I have only gotten one BSOD, it makes me think its the heat not the memory. It just normally shuts off.
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06 Dec 2011   #25

Win 7 Pro 64bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Dave76 View Post
Those CPU core temps are high, you should check the CPU cooler and replace the thermal paste.
I feel like such a moron, I think I know what it is. I have never pasted a CPU before and I was having trouble getting the heat sink to lock down (it is locked down 100% after multiple attempts a long time ago) but took a few tries. I also swapped mobos a few months ago. So it has been on and off on and off. I never repasted as to me it looked ok. Apparently not. I am going to buy more paste today to do it properly.
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06 Dec 2011   #26

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Windows 7 Ult x64 - SP1/ Windows 8 Pro x64
 
 

You should replace the thermal paste every time you take the CPU cooler off.

You really should change the voltages on the DRAM and VCCIO, the high DRAM voltage can damage your CPU.
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11 Dec 2011   #27

Windows 7 build 7127 x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by the7thcolumn View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Dave76 View Post
Those CPU core temps are high, you should check the CPU cooler and replace the thermal paste.
I feel like such a moron, I think I know what it is. I have never pasted a CPU before and I was having trouble getting the heat sink to lock down (it is locked down 100% after multiple attempts a long time ago) but took a few tries. I also swapped mobos a few months ago. So it has been on and off on and off. I never repasted as to me it looked ok. Apparently not. I am going to buy more paste today to do it properly.
Any news ?
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12 Dec 2011   #28

Win 7 Pro 64bit
 
 

Sorry I have been busy, had a accident this week with my car so been a little tied up with that. And no way to go out and get paste since I live in the boonies. Ill consider this thread solved but will reply in about a week.

Im not abandoning it, I just don't have the time this week to fix it so Im leaving my PC off till I can re-paste.
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13 Dec 2011   #29

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Windows 7 Ult x64 - SP1/ Windows 8 Pro x64
 
 

Thanks for the update.

Sorry to hear about the accident, hope no one was hurt.

Let us know the results after the thermal paste application, when you have time.
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20 Dec 2011   #30

Win 7 Pro 64bit
 
 

Ok got the thermal paste! Did it twice with cleaning until I found I had the correct amount on it. Running Prime95 for about 2-4 mins I still creep up to 80c with a max of 81c ambient case temp does not go above 40c. The heatsink is seated properly,

I also want to note that pressing down on the heatsink during the test did not make a difference in temp. Been running for about 8 mins, 100% CPU load and at 84c, it idles at 36c.
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