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I am guessing this is from a vcore issue but what if it is from a pll issue?

I guess this might called bsod 0x101 but I searched these forums and google and through quite a few posts people seem to be thinking it has to do with other stuff.

I know 101 is usually increase vcore but I am increasing the vcore LOL. Using the CLOCK_WATCHDOG_TIMEOUT as the search I can't get a straight answer.

I am certain it is the either the vcore or pll on this machine but I can't figure out which or some other voltage issue.

It's the first rig in my sig

Right now am at 1.248v in CPU-Z under load LLC is completely off (I don't plan on using it) using offset mode to get to desired voltage. VRM is set to 350HZ tried PLL at 1.65 (was stable at 4.5GHz) and PLL at normal voltage and that didn't change things. I am .030v more offset than the first time I ever lost a worker in prime95. This is the first time I have had to add that much more voltage on a CPU to go from not so stable to stable.

It's always the same worker so obviously I got 1 core that doesn't want to OC as well but I am dead in the water on advancing now.

Please don't say to turn on LLC because it does it with that on and the offset lowered to get the same voltage anyways.

C3 and C6 c-states are off but I do intend to get this stable with them on.

It also crashes in Crysis for the same reason. Didn't crash in FarCry but farcry is loading 1 specific core to 100% and then the other 3 to 40-60% fluctuating so it must not be hitting up the core that is poopy!

Ram is at 1600 while I am trying to find a stable clock I will OC the ram later.

I am willing to go back to win7 to find the OC but I prefer to do this all in Win8.

Also crash dumps never complete on this error.
Edited by givmedew - 3/4/13 at 2:21am
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I don't know if this will help you or not but I've had this exact BSOD number of times on Windows 8. Strange thing is that it never happened when gaming, only when I was idling or watching a movie (doesn't really stress CPU much). Solution for me was to add voltage about 0,010v using offset, since I did that I've been stable. I also have C3 and C6 states on.

Maybe I didn't have enough idle voltage or something. I didn't have this problem with Windows 7.

Btw. you could try without using PLL voltage at all, I don't think it's necessary at 4,5GHz.
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I don't know if this will help you or not but I've had this exact BSOD number of times on Windows 8. Strange thing is that it never happened when gaming, only when I was idling or watching a movie (doesn't really stress CPU much). Solution for me was to add voltage about 0,010v using offset, since I did that I've been stable. I also have C3 and C6 states on.

Maybe I didn't have enough idle voltage or something. I didn't have this problem with Windows 7.

Btw. you could try without using PLL voltage at all, I don't think it's necessary at 4,5GHz.

I am not over-volting the PLL and the over-voltage option is turned off. 1.65v is actually under-volting the PLL which is why I put that up there.

For you it was the C3 and C6 states that made your computer unstable. Because I have LLC turned off that is not the case for me since I have a much much higher offset than you do. Also those c-states are off while I am testing to rule that out but the computer is perfectly stable with them on and using light loads.

I do want to thank you for the response though and your advice is bang on for most people trying to get c-states working but for me that is def not the case and is also the reason why I only run LLC off or on Medium (lowest setting on ASUS).

I do recommend to you that if you want to drop your voltage under load and still be stable while under light loads that you reduce your LLC by at least one setting and then adjust your offset accordingly. There is also things you can change in the turbo settings on most boards that helps with those c-states.
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