99.9% Off the times that it does BSOD on browser/java applications it as to do with memory error not vcore on CPU
It may be either the timings on your RAM or the MHz if you have OC them
Do 1 thing at a time :
Put Ring Bus ratio at stock
RAM speed at stock
RAM timings at stock
Go for overclock on the CPU core until you run instability , then up vcore by 0.05 at a time until stable, then up the multiplier again until its unstable. Mine cant reach 4.5MHZ multi 45 no matter if i run it at 1.20v , 1250v , 1.30v. So you have to find your limit until you reach 1.3v.
After that start up the Ring bus ratio by one and do the same method as the CPU for the voltage.
Then try reduce the Timings, 1 by 1 ex: 9-9-9-24-128-1T/1N
Reduce the 1st "9" to "8" , if fail put it back to 9, go to the next "9" and so on until you reduce all . Only 6 timings gives real performance ,
The others dont , they are
CL - tRCD -tRP -tRAS- tRFC- CR .......9 - 9 - 9 - 24 - 128 - 1T
I got 9-8-8-20-128-1T stock speed 1600Mhz because 1st: it doesnt give any performance boost from 1600Mhz to 2133Mhz in games2nd it cause system stability to decrease a lot so i leave it at stock.
Good luck Edited by HunnoPT - 4/13/14 at 4:08pm