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post #11 of 22
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Originally Posted by stahlhart View Post

Umm -- earlier you said you haven't overclocked anything. Stock speed of a 2500K is 3.3GHz. And you're also using offset for Vcore, which isn't stock either.

Having said that, though, everything looks okay here, assuming you didn't lose the silicon lottery.

Did you set BCLK to 99.8MHz in BIOS, or is it set to 100MHz and just coincidentally fluctuated there for both screen grabs?

I don't even know how to overclock... My friend, who I bought this computer from, said he didn't overclock anything either...

I did not change anything in BIOS. Is BCLK the bus speed?

Is it possible that I may have bad hardware? How would I be able to tell which component is bad?
post #12 of 22
You can try to load the bios defaults. 4+ ghz is definitely not stock.
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post #13 of 22
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You can try to load the bios defaults. 4+ ghz is definitely not stock.

Should there just be a "restore default settings" button in bios or will I have to manually change something?
post #14 of 22
Most bios' will have some kind of "load default settings" option. Sometimes it's a button like F2 or F4, it can vary for each bios.
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post #15 of 22
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Most bios' will have some kind of "load default settings" option. Sometimes it's a button like F2 or F4, it can vary for each bios.

I thought CPU Z was saying my CPU is running at 3.3ghz is that also above stock specifications?
post #16 of 22
It says 4190 mhz, which is ~ 4.2 ghz.
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post #17 of 22
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It says 4190 mhz, which is ~ 4.2 ghz.

Ah! Alright, I will try to restore default settings in BIOS.

Is there a strong possibility that this could be causing the BSODs?
post #18 of 22
Just reset cmos. First thing that should be done with BSOD anyways helps eliminate any changes the end user made from the list. Look inside your computer at the motherboard. There will be what looks to be a watch battery. Pop it out for 30 seconds or so. Pop it in and fire it back up. Youll have to reset the system clock in bios but that will take EVERYTHING back to stock.
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post #19 of 22
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Originally Posted by JewishPork View Post

Ah! Alright, I will try to restore default settings in BIOS.

Is there a strong possibility that this could be causing the BSODs?

Most likely. You might as well do what Hatfieco suggested. Turn off the PC pop the little battery out of the motherboard for 30-60 seconds. Pop it back in, close up the PC, start it back up.
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post #20 of 22
Oh yeah I forgot an important step. Power the computer down, Unplug it from the wall and then hold down the power button. Itll discharge any remaining power in the circuit.
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