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Spent days trying to get DPC latency solved with a guy who is really good at it. Finally in the end the only way I got it fixed was installing Windows 7,

But then I get a blue screen that I got on most of my last three PC's, then I installed my copy of Windows Vista without doing the online validation (as its for another PC in the house) and got the same blue screen again just sitting around on the desktop, now i'm back on my Windows 8 PC and i'm getting blue screens also just on the desktop.
Even though before I only got them with the Overclock on I havent even installed that Asus Suite Software but ofcourse the bluescreens look little diffrent on windows 8 so I wanted to get oppinions on what they mean.
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System

- Provider

[ Name] Microsoft-Windows-Kernel-Power
[ Guid] {331C3B3A-2005-44C2-AC5E-77220C37D6B4}

EventID 41

Version 3

Level 1

Task 63

Opcode 0

Keywords 0x8000000000000002

- TimeCreated

[ SystemTime] 2014-03-13T03:09:30.848921600Z

EventRecordID 1300

Correlation

- Execution

[ ProcessID] 4
[ ThreadID] 8

Channel System

Computer DeanPC

- Security

[ UserID] S-1-5-18


- EventData

BugcheckCode 292
BugcheckParameter1 0x0
BugcheckParameter2 0xffffe0000a138028
BugcheckParameter3 0xbf800000
BugcheckParameter4 0x124
SleepInProgress 0
PowerButtonTimestamp 0
BootAppStatus 0
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- System

- Provider

[ Name] Microsoft-Windows-Kernel-Power
[ Guid] {331C3B3A-2005-44C2-AC5E-77220C37D6B4}

EventID 41

Version 3

Level 1

Task 63

Opcode 0

Keywords 0x8000000000000002

- TimeCreated

[ SystemTime] 2014-03-12T23:44:34.270406400Z

EventRecordID 809

Correlation

- Execution

[ ProcessID] 4
[ ThreadID] 8

Channel System

Computer DeanPC

- Security

[ UserID] S-1-5-18


- EventData

BugcheckCode 292
BugcheckParameter1 0x0
BugcheckParameter2 0xffffe0000a183028
BugcheckParameter3 0xbf800000
BugcheckParameter4 0x124
SleepInProgress 0
PowerButtonTimestamp 0
BootAppStatus 0
3 (Click to show)
- System

- Provider

[ Name] Microsoft-Windows-Kernel-Power
[ Guid] {331C3B3A-2005-44C2-AC5E-77220C37D6B4}

EventID 41

Version 3

Level 1

Task 63

Opcode 0

Keywords 0x8000000000000002

- TimeCreated

[ SystemTime] 2014-03-12T22:57:48.771724900Z

EventRecordID 430

Correlation

- Execution

[ ProcessID] 4
[ ThreadID] 8

Channel System

Computer DeanPC

- Security

[ UserID] S-1-5-18


- EventData

BugcheckCode 292
BugcheckParameter1 0x0
BugcheckParameter2 0xffffe0000a175028
BugcheckParameter3 0xbf800000
BugcheckParameter4 0x124
SleepInProgress 0
PowerButtonTimestamp 0
BootAppStatus 0

is this similar to bluescreen 2067 or 6027 which is the one i usually get on Windows Vista/7

I'm back to suspecting Electrical Power and Wattage and Sinewaves again as this crap never happens to my 450w Intel E8400 PC

EDIT: although I did install all the OS's on that old 1TB HD I had laying around, firstly it was because I could Dual Boot Windows 8.1 with Windows 7 and found out that DCP disapeared on Windows 7. Then I put Vista on it when I got the Windows 7 BlueScreen, then when I got the Vista BlueScreen I put Windows 8.1 on that 1TB Hard Drive which I did not do before and did not get the BlueScreens. So I'm thinking what you might be thinking reinstall the OS (AGAIN! ARGH) and take that Hard Drive out of there.
Edited by Terracea - 3/12/14 at 8:47pm
post #32 of 35
BSOD error code of 0x124 could indicate that either the Motherboard or the CPU is dying, or it could indicate that you may require more CPU voltage than default or you're overclocking and the CPU overclock is unstable and requires more CPU voltage.
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Originally Posted by benjamen50 View Post

BSOD error code of 0x124 could indicate that either the Motherboard or the CPU is dying, or it could indicate that you may require more CPU voltage than default or you're overclocking and the CPU overclock is unstable and requires more CPU voltage.

There isn't a Overclock in place, I don't like the sounds of those other two options, maybe the Noctua Instructions I followed really didn't have me put enough thermal paste on and my CPU is dying like you said
Edited by Terracea - 3/12/14 at 11:42pm
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If you didn't have enough thermal paste, the CPU would automatically throttle if the CPU TM monitor is enabled, this feature protects your CPU from overheating and it'll kick in when you get really close to the Tj max temperature, this is Intel's set temperature, if you go over or very near it, your CPU will automatically underclock and undervolt to save itself from overheating. But yeah, there can still be damage on the CPU if it really is overheating. The amount of thermal paste recommended in my opinion is half a pea size.
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post #35 of 35
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If you didn't have enough thermal paste, the CPU would automatically throttle if the CPU TM monitor is enabled, this feature protects your CPU from overheating and it'll kick in when you get really close to the Tj max temperature, this is Intel's set temperature, if you go over or very near it, your CPU will automatically underclock and undervolt to save itself from overheating. But yeah, there can still be damage on the CPU if it really is overheating. The amount of thermal paste recommended in my opinion is half a pea size.

I did about that much paste and my PC isn't doing any of the things you describe with low paste, could just be my electrical problem I seem to have in my house, Uninterruptable Power Suplys that do proper sinewaves are really expensive so a electrician is probably the way foward after I remove this Hard Drive and try a fresh Windows 8.1 Install (again)
Edited by Terracea - 3/13/14 at 1:45am
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