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I even use varied volts from 1.3 to 1.5 it just BSOD after about 1 minutue in Windoes even on 3.6?

I got a H60i cooler and temps are low.??

DO I have a bad chip.. I've had it for over 2 yrs now
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I even use varied volts from 1.3 to 1.5 it just BSOD after about 1 minutue in Windoes even on 3.6?

I got a H60i cooler and temps are low.??

DO I have a bad chip.. I've had it for over 2 yrs now

blue or black screen?

blue screens usually mean too much or too little volts to the CPU or RAM
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You could be pushing memory over it's speed limit, drop to 1333 and try again.
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How are you OCing? We'd need more information than the clock speed was bumped.

If you're bus overclocking it's likely an issue with dividers between the memory, CPU/NB (least likely at this level of overclock) and HT links (most likely at this level of overclock).

I seem to recall my HT flaking out on my 1090T around 2200 MHz or so. If you just bumped the bus to ~218 or so (3.6 GHz with default multiplier of 16.5x) that'd put your HT link around that limit at ~2182 MHz.
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