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I only got WHEA warnings but I didn't get a WHEA error.
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I'm not sure where to find the WHEA KERNAL folder..
Open Event Viewer, then click the triangle next to “Applications and Services Logs.”
Under that section, click the triangle next to “Microsoft”, under that click the triangle next to “Windows.”

Then you will see a big long list of things. They are in alphabetical order and there will be several that start with “Kernel-“, you want to click the one that says “Kernal-WHEA”. Then you click on the Errors folder in that. If you get to the section with all the Kernel folders and there is nothing for Kernel-WHEA you may have never had one.

Edit for your last post:
If there is anything in your Errors folder under Kernal-WHEA then that is an issue. Look at the time stamp. If there is only one it could have been back when you were working up in vCore and you have been stable since then.
Edited by justanoldman - 5/9/13 at 7:08pm
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Open Event Viewer, then click the triangle next to “Applications and Services Logs.”
Under that section, click the triangle next to “Microsoft”, under that click the triangle next to “Windows.”

Then you will see a big long list of things. They are in alphabetical order and there will be several that start with “Kernel-“, you want to click the one that says “Kernal-WHEA”. Then you click on the Errors folder in that. If you get to the section with all the Kernel folders and there is nothing for Kernel-WHEA you may have never had one.

Edit for your last post:
If there is anything in your Errors folder under Kernal-WHEA then that is an issue. Look at the time stamp. If there is only one it could have been back when you were working up in vCore and you have been stable since then.

I see a KERNAL EVENT TRACING, but I don't see a kernel whea error, does that mean I should be okay?



That is what I found under the KERNAL-WHEA FOLDER, Are those errors?
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^Not sure which one that is, can you post a pic of the window with that one selected so the info shows up below.
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^Not sure which one that is, can you post a pic of the window with that one selected so the info shows up below.





Only has that info. Is that consider an error?
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Only has that info. Is that consider an error?
I think we use the term loosely but yes Event ID 20 is what people are talking about when they say check for WHEA errors. They also show up as ID 19 in the Admistrative folder.

If you run a stress test like Prime95, or even play a game and get any of those ID 20 in that folder or ID 19 in the top folder then it usually means you need more vCore for your oc. You should not get those at all for stock settings though.
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I think we use the term loosely but yes Event ID 20 is what people are talking about when they say check for WHEA errors. They also show up as ID 19 in the Admistrative folder.

If you run a stress test like Prime95, or even play a game and get any of those ID 20 in that folder or ID 19 in the top folder then it usually means you need more vCore for your oc. You should not get those at all for stock settings though.

I just played a game and I didn't get a error my last error was on april 8th 830 am I haven't gotten any after and I prime this morning.
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So I am at 4.8GHz at 1.40v thats the min it needs to be 100% stable. Any tweaks to lower it? Also, temps get in the mid 80's while prime'ing for hours. Im not looking to get long life out of this chip. I want to abuse it for power, untill it breaks then grab a 3770k. So taking that into consideration advice?

Not looking to break it in a week or two, I just mean I dont care about it lasting years.
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Anybody have experience returning an Asrock board to Microcenter after the 15 day return period? The website says Asrock provides a 1 year service agreement with vendors and to return your boards there for service or exchange, but when I was there earlier today to exchange my processor the girl had no idea what I was talking about. System is still behaving as if an invisible finger is pushing the reset button periodically, at random intervals sometimes days in between, sometimes under load and sometimes at idle. Board is operating at factory defaults. Also, once I get past about 4ghz or 1.2v it throttles during testing. But from the sounds of things, I don't have a place to bring it? All other parts were in my previous p67 build, working fine.
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Using these vanilla settings, this is what i got running prime for only 5 mins: VCore, and temps under load (Click to show)

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Im not sure what to exactly look for in regards to if the voltage is okay, and what not. The temps never creeped up above 80 deg. What do you guys think? Ima try to push it to 4.5 Ghz, and if i do that, what should i add to it/change in the BIOS settings/


What am i doing wrong and what should i fix to get the memory up to par? Ill take a pic of the memory settings in the BIOS in a sec.

so with the vanilla settings: 4.3 Vanilla Overclock (Click to show)




I BSOD'ed twice in a row with temps hitting 93, and 95. frown.gif i actually think this is a cooling problem with my Corsair h80i. Would the BIOS settings have caused this?
Edited by Sh3perd - 5/9/13 at 11:43pm
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