Originally Posted by motherfo
Grinch & Hanoverfist, What about Whea errors?
Was reading about WHEA errors and experienced them myself on several occasions. Sometimes I'd get a Prime95 error at the same time, othertimes just the WHEA error. For me, I found it was simply a matter of increasing VCORE, or in my case, the offset. Once I could pass a battery of tests (e.g., Prime95, IBT, OCCT) AND not get any WHEA errors, I knew I was stable. My recommendation would be to increase VCORE or offset until you can run Prime95 overnight without any WHEA errors. In my case, had to bump up the offset twice (0.005 each time) to fully eliminate the errors. The funny thing is, sometimes I'd pass a stress test and think I was stable, but the WHEA errors still came. So I now consider WHEA errors, or rather the elimination of them, as another checkpoint in the path to stability.Edited by Grinch80 - 8/15/12 at 5:31am