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hello guyz.i buy new gaming pc 2 months ago but not branded I custom maded.after using 2 months its giving me some BSOD errors like these 1.(A Clock Interrupt Was Not Received On A Secondry Processor With In The Allocated Time Interval) 2.(IRQL Not Less Or Equal) 3.(Uncorrectable Hardware Error BLUE SCREEN).ok now i will tell u my story thats what happens.when i connected my all hardware of my new rig i quickly goto BIOS and overclocks the cpu to 4.2 ghz with voltage of 1.36V which is safe range thats i know.installed windows 7 64BIT and windows vista 64BIT ultimate versions.both working fine from 2 months but i used windows vista much more then 7.i keep 7 for emergency use.its works fine with 4.2 ghz from 2 months.then i goto bios and overclocks more set to 4.7 ghz with voltage of 1.46 and all cpu features enabled (CPU Pll Overvoltage Enabled) turbo 4.7 ghz and multiplier to 47 then save and restart after rebooting windows run fine when windows loading some programs at startup its gives me BSOD of (A Clock Interrupt Was Not Received On A Secondry Processor With In The Allocated Time Interval) i quickly changed the settings to default and restart after rebooting windows loaded successfully.I used my pc 4-5 hours after that get cpu one BSOD or random BSOD which i describe on top.i checked everything all parts,cables,vga,heatsink,thermal grease,rams,power,bios updated to latest and flashed serval times,installed new windows,all latest driver,temps,checked HDD after checking thats all i still cant find solution same BSOD,S.then i think its may be power supply problem i goto BIOS and downclocked the cpu tO 3.2 GHZ turbo also 3.2 ghz and everythings defaults save and reboot after rebooting windows loaded fine and voila everything work fine i used my pc daily with 3.2 ghz its works fine and when i increased the cpu to 3.3 ghz its getting crashed with BSOD.iam reposting this q again so i figured out one new thing that when i increase vcore to 1.35 v Its works on 4.ghz but before its was working on 3.4 ghz default with every setting on default.and yes heres my pc specification!

PC SPECIFICATION
CPU = INTEL CORE I7 2600K 3.4GHZ 8MB CACHE
RAM = KINGSTON 8GB DDR3 1333 MHZ
MB = GIGABYTE Z68A-D3-B3
VGA = GIGABYTE GTX 470 1280 MB GDDR5 SOC
PSU = GIGABYTE SUPERB 550 WATTS
COOLING = 3 EXTRA STOCK FANS 3200 RPM
CD/DVD = 2 LG SUPER MULTI DRIVES
HDD = WD BLUE 320 GB 7200 RPM,WD GREEN 1TB
DISPLAY = SAMSUNG SYNCMASTER P2370HD
OS = MICROSOFT WINDOWS VISTA ULTIMATE SP2 64BIT
CONTROLLER = XBOX360 CONTROLLER FOR WINDOWS

PLZ GUYZ HELP ME FOR GOD SAKE I SPEND TO MUCH MONEY ON MY PC.Sorry For My Poor English Thank U!!!

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Edited by dangerous35 - 10/21/11 at 8:02am
post #2 of 10
this may be a psu issue ? that 470 is a lot of gpu to have on a 550w psu. + the overclocking of the cpu.
post #3 of 10
The low end Gigabyte boards (such as the D3) are notorious for horrendous VDroop even with LLC enabled. So that may be causing your instability here.

Also, your Gigabyte "550W" is NOT a 550W Power supply. The 550W on the box indicates PEAK performance in the case of this particular PSU. Its maximum continuous output is only 450W. I would suggest replacing your PSU with a quality Corsair unit (HX/TX/AX) or a nice Seasonic.

See here for proof that the Gigabyte is not really a 550W unit: http://www.xbitlabs.com/articles/cas...tx-psu9_5.html

A GTX 470's TDP is 215W, and an overclocked 2600K can easily draw 150W to 175W. Add in the other components and you are easily exceeding the maximum capabilities of a 450W PSU.
Edited by 996gt2 - 10/21/11 at 9:15am
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Your BSODs:
1) Bad CPU usually. Occasionally bad mobo, sometimes just a mobo driver error
2) Driver issue
3) Failing hardware. Usually CPU or MoBo.
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Why did you post the same topic twice?

Posted my reply here: http://www.overclock.net/intel-cpus/...-i7-2600k.html
post #6 of 10
The error ususly means to little volt from what I understand? But in your case it could be a failing processor

On a side note that Is way to much voltage... 4.2 @ 1.37?? Unless I misread.. Most people can get 4.5 on 1.3-1.32 I have 4.5ghz on 1.275 perfect stable... so offhand I'd say that's to much voltage also, what temps (ik thts not related to bsod but still)

Basicly ima guess bad CPU or bad volts but I'm no expert on CPUs or that blue screen


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post #7 of 10
Change that PSU first, if it doesn't give clean power to the components (which I'm sure it does since it's overloaded), it will crash. If that fixes the problem than great. If not, come back but it will still be a huge improvement.
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The error ususly means to little volt from what I understand? But in your case it could be a failing processor

On a side note that Is way to much voltage... 4.2 @ 1.37?? Unless I misread.. Most people can get 4.5 on 1.3-1.32 I have 4.5ghz on 1.275 perfect stable... so offhand I'd say that's to much voltage also, what temps (ik thts not related to bsod but still)

Basicly ima guess bad CPU or bad volts but I'm no expert on CPUs or that blue screen


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Don't let that fool you man. I know you're aware each chip is different. It's that very reason you can't say it's not normal a chip needs a little higher juice to operate at higher clocks. Until I discovered that reducing PLL voltage from 1.8 to 1.55 I was originally clocked at 1.375v to maintain a 4.5 OC. Since reducing PLL i'm down to 1.325.

Still, just saying that each chip is different in what it needs. Some people get a 5ghz clock on 1.325v while others require the full 1.52v.
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i dont think so thats power supply problem because i tested without gtx 470 and replacing with xfx 8400 gs vga card.its also giving me bsod with this small card and i also tested with new harddrive with new windows but still cant find the reason.it only works when i increase vcore dynamic voltage and i dont want to increase v core when iam using at its default settings.if its power issue so why its working with additional vcore i used 3 or maybe 4 days and cant find any bsod.
Edited by dangerous35 - 10/22/11 at 8:02am
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GET A BETTER POWER SUPPLY.

Also please try to format your posts with a sentence structure, punctuation, proper grammar and proper spelling. The way it is now is almost impossible to follow.

Your secondary processor bsod means the vcore is too low.

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Edited by SMK - 10/22/11 at 8:08am
    
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