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Intel i7 3770K Event ID 19

post #1 of 9
Thread Starter 
So I have had my 3770K overclocked @ 4.6ghz for a year @ 1.325V
I just installed Windows 8.1 RTM with a legal key.

So the only thing new since I got the computer are Windows 8.1 RTM + a new videocard EVGA 780 Classified.

The 3770k is cooled with a H80i and it never goes over 65c even when running Prime95.

So yesterday when playing Saints Row IV the game suddenly crashed, I opened up event viewer and Event ID 19 had occoured 3 times.

This has never happened before, I have tried running Prime95, Memory Stress test, Valley Benchmark, Heaven Benchmark, 3DMark Firestrike, 3DMark Firestrike Extreme with no errors at all.

Could this be something else than my CPU or is it failing after 1 year with idle temps at 30c and load temp 65c?

Specs are
Intel i7 3770K @ 4.6Ghz 1.325V
ASUS P8Z77 V-Deluxe with latest BIOS
Corsair AX1200W PSU
G-Skill Ripjaws 16GB (other memory also tested)
Kingston HyperX SSD
EVGA 780 Classified 326.80 Beta.
Edited by OleMortenF - 9/3/13 at 5:44am
post #2 of 9
By load temps, are you taking core temps or CPUTIN, ie, overall chip temp?
post #3 of 9
how about running a different CPU stress testing program? how about something like AIDA64 or something similar. I have noticed that sometimes a CPU can pass a 12 hour stress test by one program, but not pass a different program. so give it a try i suppose and good luck.

What about the graphics card? any overclocks on that?
post #4 of 9
Thread Starter 
It seems like it might be a little higher than I said. This is what I get when running Prime95
But running games never pushes the temps as high as Prime95

cpu.jpg 501k .jpg file

And this are the errors in Event Viewer

A corrected hardware error has occurred.

Reported by component: Processor Core
Error Source: Corrected Machine Check
Error Type: Internal parity error
Processor APIC ID: 0

The details view of this entry contains further information.

A corrected hardware error has occurred.

Reported by component: Processor Core
Error Source: Corrected Machine Check
Error Type: Internal parity error
Processor APIC ID: 2

The details view of this entry contains further information.
post #5 of 9
I had problems with Windows 8.1 RTM and at least one crash. I didn't experiment much after that and already restored a system image backup of Windows 8.

I can't really say if the cause was Windows 8.1 or something else. At the same time, I also tried different NVIDIA drivers (326.80), had a problem with the VIA onboard audio driver, and tried a different BIOS to get Secure Boot to work.

This is with i5-3570k, Gigabyte Z77X-D3H, GTX 560 Ti (314.22 drivers in Windows 8).
post #6 of 9
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by Boyd View Post

how about running a different CPU stress testing program? how about something like AIDA64 or something similar. I have noticed that sometimes a CPU can pass a 12 hour stress test by one program, but not pass a different program. so give it a try i suppose and good luck.

What about the graphics card? any overclocks on that?

Yes I have the Classified overclocked to 1320mhz Core and 1600Mhz Memory, could the videocard also cause this error message?

A corrected hardware error has occurred.

Reported by component: Processor Core
Error Source: Corrected Machine Check
Error Type: Internal parity error
Processor APIC ID: 0

It seems to be caused by the CPU tough because the error occours when I am running Prime95, but the temps never go over 80c
post #7 of 9
Did you try to slap +0.02v onto the vcore voltage to see what happens?

(edit:)

Wait a moment... You say you're trying Windows 8.1 RTM. Did you previously use Win 8 or Win 7 with your current overclock?

I'm pretty sure I've seen people mention they need slightly different overclock settings for Win 8 and Win 7 stable. I think that was in one of the Haswell threads. Haswell seems to have a lot of different settings to tweak, but there might also by something about Ivy Bridge needing a little more vcore voltage for 8 vs. 7.

I personally never compared Win 7 vs 8 on my current settings. The interesting overclocking I did with this CPU and board was on Windows 8 only.
Edited by deepor - 9/3/13 at 6:37am
post #8 of 9
Thread Starter 
Well I was running Windows 7 and Windows 8 on the same BIOS settings.
The Windows 8.1 RTM is a clean install, and everything works fine except this problem.

I just ran Prime95 at stock settings, and everything worked fine (No Event Viewer Errors)

These things started to happen on Windows 8.1 because I have never seen this error in Windows 7 or Windows 8.
post #9 of 9
Thread Starter 
Well, it seems like the CPU wont be stable at all overclocked in Window 8.1.
I've tried different voltage, clocks but I get Event ID19 all the time.
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