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Originally Posted by OCScrub View Post

It says 4190 mhz, which is ~ 4.2 ghz.


Done! New core speed is 1596 mhz. I hope this solves the problem!

I'll report back if it goes a while without BSODing or if it BSODs again! Thanks for all of the help!
post #22 of 22
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Would you guys happen to know how to syn my windows time with my bios time? I think the difference between the two is causing some problems with software.


ETA: I fixed the problem. I didn't notice that the year was changed in the windows calender... O_o
Edited by JewishPork - 1/19/13 at 9:56pm
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