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My cpu is prime 95 stable and runs about 70-75C (78C max) during prime. Randomly while using my computer, mostly browsing the web, but sometimes gaming too, I get a random BSOD 0xd1. It is rare that I get it, and I can not reproduce it as it is completely random, and rare, but it happens once in a while, even though I am prime stable. I turned down my RAM to 1600, (stock is 2133), and I still get the BSOD. It doesn't matter whether I run my cpu at 4.9ghz or 4.4 ghz, I still get this BSOD randomly, but rare and not reproduce able. How can I stop this BSOD, and is it something to worry about? Thx for help in advance
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It's nothing to worry about. I have gotten similar many times on many different computers.
Usually it's just that the vcore goes down under idle, and this causes the cpu to be unstable. So what I do to fix the problem is usually just bump the vcore a notch or two up.
    
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Try updating your Bios to the newest version.

One think you should note, a quick google search will reveal that this is a driver related issue from old programs or drivers not updated properly to newest version or drivers not being installed. Basically you need to Right Click on Computer, open up Device Manager and see if you have any exclamations. That's a clear indication you have a driver that's not installed. Then after that, you would run a program like CC Cleaner to remove any old leftovers.

Refer to this thread:

http://www.sevenforums.com/bsod-help-support/207089-bsod-0x000000d1-irql-not-less-equal.html

and this thread

http://www.pchelpforum.com/xf/threads/bsod-0xd1-help-no-clue-what-to-do.148746/

I wouldn't say it's nothing to worry about. It's not normal and if you are experiencing it I would attempt to fix it.
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Post your bluescreenviewer info so we can take a look

I've had certain drivers cause BSOD's and I'm running the same CPU/mobo as you.
    
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I bumped my vcore up a little bit, and all of my drivers and bios are up to date. How do I check my bluescreenviewer info? Thx for helping
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Originally Posted by Ongdanhurchim View Post

I bumped my vcore up a little bit, and all of my drivers and bios are up to date. How do I check my bluescreenviewer info? Thx for helping

Well, to add more info 0xD1 = add QPI/VTT/VCCSA voltage or can also be unstable Ram, raise DRAM voltage. Basically means your memory is unstable. Need to increase memory related voltages (DRAM/VVT/VCCSA) smile.gif
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