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I noticed while playing games or running Prime95, I get random crashes of programs such as HWMonitor, Anti-Virus, and other random apps. Can this be caused by my motherboard? I notice it created huge window error reports as well
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I noticed while playing games or running Prime95, I get random crashes of programs such as HWMonitor, Anti-Virus, and other random apps. Can this be caused by my motherboard? I notice it created huge window error reports as well

Your system is unstable. Not hugely unstable though, a little v-core should stabilize it, for the CPU.

Did you update to latest BIOS? Auto settings might not be correct.
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post #153 of 1288
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Your system is unstable. Not hugely unstable though, a little v-core should stabilize it, for the CPU.
Did you update to latest BIOS? Auto settings might not be correct.
That's what I thought too. I was at 4.5Ghz getting the crashes but then I put it at 4.4 with the same voltage, same crashes. I thought bumping it down to 4.4 would make the crashing go away.

Yeah I'm on the most current BIOS
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I noticed while playing games or running Prime95, I get random crashes of programs such as HWMonitor, Anti-Virus, and other random apps. Can this be caused by my motherboard? I notice it created huge window error reports as well

Was the system also unstable at stock settings? If so, try uninstalling Probe II or the whole AI Suite.
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post #155 of 1288
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Was the system also unstable at stock settings? If so, try uninstalling Probe II or the whole AI Suite.
I never tried it at stock clocks. Maybe that's a good idea to decide if it's the overclock being unstable.

I never installed Probe II or Ai Suite
post #156 of 1288
Pretty sure it's a problem with your OC, probably not enough voltage... not that increasing it is your solution.

Solution to your problem is probably go back to stock settings and start OCing step by step from there
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Vcore/IMC (OC) instability.
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post #158 of 1288
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I never tried it at stock clocks. Maybe that's a good idea to decide if it's the overclock being unstable.
I never installed Probe II or Ai Suite
Yes, definitely a good idea to do a 12 hour run at stock, so you know your baseline is stable. While most of the time the stock config tests out fine, it can save a lot of time and confusion debugging "OC" problems.
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So I tried at stock clocks with the exception of disabling onboard audio, marvell storage and realtek ethernet. PLL is on 25%. Still getting the same error dumps but no BSOD. This is what showing up in event viewer.

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Kieth, you have the chipset drivers installed?
Have you run memtest?
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