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Got another while trying to get the info for you from cpuz got everything i could.

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In the picture under the first cpuz it shows such low core clock and voltages and such its due to wn 7 limiting reducing it due to low usage.

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i have the same chipset of your board right now and could not complain anything regarding it having random BSOD issues..your temps are good the voltages seem to be weird or is it just the LPCIO chip reading it wrong??did you do a clean install of windows when you built that PC??are the drivers correctly installed??have you been OCing a bit on that platform??


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i have the same chipset of your board right now and could not complain anything regarding it having random BSOD issues..your temps are good the voltages seem to be weird or is it just the LPCIO chip reading it wrong??did you do a clean install of windows when you built that PC??are the drivers correctly installed??have you been OCing a bit on that platform??


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No feel free to ask away!

The voltage and speed etc is weird because when cpu usage is below like 5% for however long win 7 lowers the voltage the cpu muliplier etc.

yes ive done a clean install of 64 win 7 ultimate just last week. ive installed all the drivers i can off their sites. i have overclocked it since i got it from 2.7ghz to 3.5 stable and northbridge from 2000 to 2600 as well as my previous ram from 667 to 1050 but not using that ram no mroe and is now not overclocked.

Anything else i can provide for you?
    
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No feel free to ask away!

The voltage and speed etc is weird because when cpu usage is below like 5% for however long win 7 lowers the voltage the cpu muliplier etc.

yes ive done a clean install of 64 win 7 ultimate just last week. ive installed all the drivers i can off their sites. i have overclocked it since i got it from 2.7ghz to 3.5 stable and northbridge from 2000 to 2600 as well as my previous ram from 667 to 1050 but not using that ram no mroe and is now not overclocked.

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could you try just loading it on stock..the BSOD's might have been due to Cool and Quiet Feature..otherwise called CnQ feature..could you disable that and test again for stability..
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Did you blow out the PSU?
    
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could you try just loading it on stock..the BSOD's might have been due to Cool and Quiet Feature..otherwise called CnQ feature..could you disable that and test again for stability..
I will disable but i dont know how to test it, it just randomly blue screens when it feels like it. But i will do as much as i can.

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Did you blow out the PSU?
Not that i know of, all i have is 1 hdd 1 dvd drive 2x2gb ram and 1 60w cpu and my mobo as well as 3 case fans not really pushing it too much on not enough power. And its not blowing super hot air its relativly cool as always.
    
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