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0x3B is generally related to the CPU vcore being too low for the overclock. What is your CPU vcore, and what is your 2600k OCd to? CPUz can answer that as well as your BIOS.

Okay first of all I didn't expect to be put into OC my motherboard did it for me.. sorta

Anyhow my Vcore is 1.224 V (CPU-Z) and the CPU is supposedly OC'd to 3.5Ghz
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The first thing you should try to do is update the bios, all drivers, and do not use the auto oc. BSOD's can be caused by alot of factors not just hardware faults. You need to take all your software issues out of the equation before your gonna want to OC manually, you'll save youself alot of trouble plus you'll get a feel for the settings.

I've been getting BSOD's randomly but very uncommon however I got 1 BSOD yesterday and 1 today and i havent tweaked any settings anytime this week or last week i think.
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Okay first of all I didn't expect to be put into OC my motherboard did it for me.. sorta
Anyhow my Vcore is 1.224 V (CPU-Z) and the CPU is supposedly OC'd to 3.5Ghz

Was this all under load? Clocks and vcore will change as load changes. Ex: My 2500k clocks down to 1.6 GHz on idle. I'd say go into your BIOS, reset everything to default, update everything as Dillmiester suggested, and then begin to manually OC your CPU, or leave it stock. Either way, the problem seems to be surrounded by your motherboard's auto OC.
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Was this all under load? Clocks and vcore will change as load changes. Ex: My 2500k clocks down to 1.6 GHz on idle. I'd say go into your BIOS, reset everything to default, update everything as Dillmiester suggested, and then begin to manually OC your CPU, or leave it stock. Either way, the problem seems to be surrounded by your motherboard's auto OC.

Nothing is running but Google Chrome and Skype......

So what should I Update Mobo:GPU:what exactly because I'm not too sure
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Was this all under load? Clocks and vcore will change as load changes. Ex: My 2500k clocks down to 1.6 GHz on idle. I'd say go into your BIOS, reset everything to default, update everything as Dillmiester suggested, and then begin to manually OC your CPU, or leave it stock. Either way, the problem seems to be surrounded by your motherboard's auto OC.

Okay I am running my BIOS update to the most recent one and it says it does improve system stability and support for newer processors
post #26 of 31
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The timings for my RAM is off I see it's supposed to be 9-9-9-24
post #27 of 31
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This is another issue

My motherboard is supposed to be REV.3??
post #28 of 31
The timings of your RAM are sent fine. The circled bottom part shows your timings. Your RAM is running at 1333 MHz, instead of 1600 MHz. However, that most likely isn't what is causing the issue. You can still go into your BIOS and switch it to 1600 MHz (that will change the 667 MHz to 800 MHz), thus putting you at the setting on the far right column.

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The timings of your RAM are sent fine. The circled bottom part shows your timings. Your RAM is running at 1333 MHz, instead of 1600 MHz. However, that most likely isn't what is causing the issue. You can still go into your BIOS and switch it to 1600 MHz (that will change the 667 MHz to 800 MHz), thus putting you at the setting on the far right column.
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Okay thanks for that tip I'll try set that later bhut for now all I did was update my BIOS to the newest one but the Revision number is still 1 any help on that? its supposed to be 3.
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Maybe you got sent the wrong motherboard?
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