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i7 920 d0 gone bad? Always getting BSoD "A clock interrupt was not received on a secondary processor"

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Alrighty

So, with my sig rig, I've been encountering this BSoD several times in the past month. I used to run it at 3.6-4GHz 24/7, it would reach about 55C-60C max temps, but only during stress testing. It used to be able to push 4.0GHz while being undervolted.

Now, I need to set the voltage to 1.26v just to get a 3.2GHz overclock, and sometimes the mouse and keyboard will derp out for 10 seconds before the computer goes into a BSoD.

Does anyone know what the issue is? Have I been too hard on my processor, and now its failing? I'm currently running on completely stock settings, just to keep everything stable.

The odd thing about this is that it never happens when I'm running fairly intensive tasks (Photoshop, SC2/LoL/other games), it seems to happen when I'm just running iTunes or chrome or something >.>
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show us your complete overclock settings. and which bsod code you get.
    
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Alrighty
So, with my sig rig, I've been encountering this BSoD several times in the past month. I used to run it at 3.6-4GHz 24/7, it would reach about 55C-60C max temps, but only during stress testing. It used to be able to push 4.0GHz while being undervolted.
Now, I need to set the voltage to 1.26v just to get a 3.2GHz overclock, and sometimes the mouse and keyboard will derp out for 10 seconds before the computer goes into a BSoD.
Does anyone know what the issue is? Have I been too hard on my processor, and now its failing? I'm currently running on completely stock settings, just to keep everything stable.
The odd thing about this is that it never happens when I'm running fairly intensive tasks (Photoshop, SC2/LoL/other games), it seems to happen when I'm just running iTunes or chrome or something >.>

I would also get this on my older i7 920... except mine was stock, and on my older Dell Studio 435MT and my system would start stutter (sound included) and get worse and worse and then BSOD with this...

I then upgraded and gave this to my friend who uses it on a different motherboard, and now water cools it to 3.4GHZ and seems to run it just fine. This does seem like one of the timings on one core is out of sync, so i would start by disabling HT and speed step, and also re-applying TIM...
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show us your complete overclock settings. and which bsod code you get.

Everything is stock now, Error code is "Stop 0x00000101"

Old settings were HT disabled, CPU voltage 1.26v, CPU Ratio auto, speedstep enabled, BCLK 160-193 (Between 3.2ghz and 4ghz), everything else stock

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I would also get this on my older i7 920... except mine was stock, and on my older Dell Studio 435MT and my system would start stutter (sound included) and get worse and worse and then BSOD with this...
I then upgraded and gave this to my friend who uses it on a different motherboard, and now water cools it to 3.4GHZ and seems to run it just fine. This does seem like one of the timings on one core is out of sync, so i would start by disabling HT and speed step, and also re-applying TIM...

Are you saying that cooling is an issue? Has my CPU degraded then? I don't have any TIM on me right now, I'll see if anyone around my dorm has some...
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Are you saying that cooling is an issue? Has my CPU degraded then? I don't have any TIM on me right now, I'll see if anyone around my dorm has some...

Not exactly a cooling issue as your temps are still reasonable, but I would just reapply correctly with the pea-sized dot in the middle...

The 3 year old i7-920 I gave my friend is still running strong so can't confirm if it's actually 'degrading.'
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Originally Posted by Chris13002 View Post

Not exactly a cooling issue as your temps are still reasonable, but I would just reapply correctly with the pea-sized dot in the middle...
The 3 year old i7-920 I gave my friend is still running strong so can't confirm if it's actually 'degrading.'

I really want to try reseating it though. I got back from winter break a couple weeks ago, and I haven't had this error until then. The heatsink may have been loosened up a bit during the ride to college, But the temps are still good so I don't know what good that would do...
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post #7 of 7
unless your temps are in the high 90s i dont think that it has anything to do with heatsink or tim. i am pretty sure that it is an issue with the bios. if you have everything on stock you might not even be getting 1.24v after vdrop. sometimes the default voltages are the issue. you havet to make sure that you bump the qpi/vtt voltage and also check the memory timing and all that. im sure that the chip itself is fine. the 920 is a small tank.
    
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