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post #51 of 58
dam i'm on the same boat,most BSOD was while watching movie using vlc player, gonna set c3,c6 on auto see if that fix.
post #52 of 58
I had to turn off c3/c6 for it not to bsod or freeze when it was on light load. I even enabled it again this morning just to test and I BSod rather quickly... been running prime for about 30mins with no issues. Freaking weird.
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Thanks to sockpirate and munaim, for sharing your experiences, after going through all your thread about idle BSOD bug it seems that changing C-states to Auto helped you guys fixed the problems. Unfortunately, i do not have Auto settings in my BIOS its either On or Off.

I will report back on my findings as currently mine is set to Enabled.

These are my BIOS settings:

Active processor cores - All
Hardware prefetcher - Enabled
Adjacent cache line prefetch - Enabled

Enhanced Halt State (C1E) - Enabled
CPU C3 State Support - Enabled
CPU C6 State Support - Enabled
Package C State Support - Auto
CPU Thermal Throttling - Enabled
Intel Virtualization Technology - Enabled
No Execute Memory Protection - Enabled
post #54 of 58
auto = disabled,

disable c3 and c6

vrm frequency 350

phase control optimized/extreme
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Well i figured this out , for some reason the BSODs stopped with C states on auto, this leaves my multi fixed @x45.

Only thing i can guess is when on idle and going from 1600mhz to 4.5ghz the chip was having trouble compensating for the voltage jump. Although at least degredation is ruled out, i am using the same vcore (1.310) i was using for months with no problems.

I will do a little bit more testing in a few days but for now i am happy i have not BSOD in almost a week from idling.

Thanks for all the help everyone, i will be sure to update this seeing as this is not an isolated isssue with the Idle BSOD "bug".

Most of all thanks to Munaim, he has helped me day in and day out trying to help me resolve the issue.
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Im just as happy as you are, glad to hear that this idle crap is no more.

Only one thing to try, obviously when you get a chance, leave C3 and C6 on auto and enable C1E and EIST and see if the IDLE bsod comes back.

No worries bro, im happy help
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hey bud you experiencing any more idle bsods?
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nope! I was just wondering about the sp1 thing.
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That's awesome, finally we may have defeated the IDLE bsod problem.
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there is a difference between having the c states enabled,disabled, and on auto, my problem was solved with them on auto.
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Everyone in this thread should definitely mention whether they are using Fixed voltage or Offset, and which setting on C-states helped if any. That alone is very relevant to this issue, people using Fixed seem to solve it with Auto while people like me with Offset voltage tend to get fix it with setting them to Disabled.

Sock, you were using Fixed right?

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I just passed 8 hours of OCCT on high priority and didn't last more than 10 minutes browsing the web on Firefox. [....]
Just to update, I'm BSOD free for like ~10 days I think. I've been on the internet a lot so its had plenty of chances.

Offset voltage, C3/C6: Disabled, P-state limit: C2.

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post #57 of 58
just wanted to thank ppl in this thread, i decided that 4.5Ghz wasnt enough so i shot for 4.8, got it stable 12+ hours in prime blend, but many bsods in idle.

What got it working was VCCIO to 1.15V, C1E and EIST ENABLED, C3 and C6 AUTO.
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just wanted to thank ppl in this thread, i decided that 4.5Ghz wasnt enough so i shot for 4.8, got it stable 12+ hours in prime blend, but many bsods in idle.

What got it working was VCCIO to 1.15V, C1E and EIST ENABLED, C3 and C6 AUTO.
Awesome! And nice oc as well. Well done.
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