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What is the machine check exception code?
I found a program called bluescreenview and looked it up, machine_check_exception 0x0000009c
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The first liquid cooler I had was a Corsair H100i (I swear I didn't know any better! Really!) doh.gif

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I was hooked on water cooling since then...
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Likely memory related. I would try a memory intensive stress test. You may have to adjust some memory voltages or you could try lowering your ram speeds or loosen timings. It might be vcore too.
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Likely memory related. I would try a memory intensive stress test. You may have to adjust some memory voltages or you could try lowering your ram speeds or loosen timings. It might be vcore too.
Probably memory then. Will run some tests and see how it goes. I have them overclocked from 1600 cl10 to 2200mhz cl12. I'm also changing out my psu tomorrow.
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I would try to run a Cinebench with 4.8GHz @1.4 and see how temps are. It won't make your CPU run as hot as Prime. If you bsod soon at the beginning of the cinebench run, you can assume u need 1.41v or more maybe I think. But if you bsod at the middle or near the end you could try more around 1.405 if your mobo allows that. Try to stay under 90, but 95C max. Thats what I would do.

I have passed cinebench and 3dmark at 4.8@1.42. I've gotten better secondary settings since then though. Temps are fine for those two applications.

http://www.3dmark.com/fs/7199111
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What is the machine check exception code?

In my expereince MACHINE is ram-related but not caused by ram instability. I can improve it by adding more vcore, or by adding more dram or SA voltage sometimes. Interestingly it seems like if I add more dram voltage to deal with a MACHINE instability I can then use that dram voltage to...overclock my ram.

Actual ram instability results in random bsod's for me, often driver crashes.
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1h of realbench 16gb ram, no issues Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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In my expereince MACHINE is ram-related but not caused by ram instability. I can improve it by adding more vcore, or by adding more dram or SA voltage sometimes. Interestingly it seems like if I add more dram voltage to deal with a MACHINE instability I can then use that dram voltage to...overclock my ram.

Actual ram instability results in random bsod's for me, often driver crashes.

That depends on the machine check code, some are not usually ram related and some are not. That is why I asked. "MACHINE" without qualification only indicates some hardware related issue.

What do you mean by ram instability, the ram itself? I am talking about the IMC and ram as a whole.
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1h of realbench 16gb ram, no issues Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

if the BugsLake would run this test: "Pammmmm..... .... ..."
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That depends on the machine check code, some are not usually ram related and some are not. That is why I asked. "MACHINE" without qualification only indicates some hardware related issue.

What do you mean by ram instability, the ram itself? I am talking about the IMC and ram as a whole.

Hard to be sure what I mean. But often when I get a MACHINE code, raising dram voltage will help, but it can't be reproduced with actual ram errors through memtest+. Doesn't entirely make sense but I've seen this on my g3258 as well where I have to bump dram voltage to max even with stock (1400/8) ram speed to get a max overclock.
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Halfway through another stability run with aida64 to try to get the same spike in temps, and lo and behold, it happened right in the beginning, smaller this time though. I don't think it can be trusted entirely right yet, again, ambient temps are super high in here right now (zone valve was replaced with a bad one out of box and never checked, go figure..) so we will see. That temp spike is probably within the margin of error though.

For now, I locked the voltage manually at 1.250, and the multi at 46x, adn DRAM at 1.65 @ XMP 2400 MHz.

WIll post results oin roughly half an hour.

Is anyone else having trouble extracting the x264 rar archive from the links in OP?
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