You were spot on Forceman, after taking my time repasting again my temps are back to "normal". Thank you.
But must say I feel rather uncomfortable going back to the OCCT test with linpack and AVX again. Guess it's back to AIDA64 and Prime95, but the problem is it's taking too long before the errors occur, and adjusting tiny settings each time will take weeks get it stable. Any suggestions?
Started rising only the multiplier to 40, RAM at 1333 mhz at 1.5v and everything else on auto.
Theese are the voltages showing at auto:
Testing before it needed 1.32 vcore to get 4.4 mhz stable with ram at 1866 mhz. 2133 XMP BSOD'ed.
Even at 1866 I experience some "hangs/freezing" for a couple of seconds if my computer stands on for a day or so. Wonder if it is something I can adjust on the ram voltages to adjust this?
Have tried VCCSA up to offset + 0.3, but kept DRAM at 1.65 at all time I think (Which might be high for 1866?). Have Kingston HyperX 16 GB 2400 mhz ram modules. 2133 mhz gives me BSOD (often 124), and 2400 mhz have several times failed loading even at stock cpu vcore with post message: fail, check RAM module A. (Or ram module B). Have to load default settings in BIOS again to get them to work again. Have switched both modules, and it isn't a one of them that gives the error every time. Ram module 1 can give the error in slot A2 or B2, as can ram module 2. So guess it's not the ram modules causing this?