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Please disregard this thread.
Edited by Cyphane - 7/23/16 at 7:03am
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If the PSU is operating within ATX spec there shouldn't be any issues. If it's malfunctioning ripple might be bad enough to cause those errors, yes. Are you sure your CPU isn't overclocked? Many mobo manufactures use some sort of "multi-core enhancement" making all cores run at the highest bin or FSB overclocking out of the box , and technically that's not "stock".
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The only "overclock" I see is the maximum speed of the 4790k's turbo. It's not going above anything else.

I attached a CPU-Z image.



Voltages and overclocks and the like are way out of my comfort zone.

Do you see anything untoward here?

Thank you.
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The only "overclock" I see is the maximum speed of the 4790k's turbo. It's not going above anything else.

I attached a CPU-Z image.



Voltages and overclocks and the like are way out of my comfort zone.

Do you see anything untoward here?

Thank you.
CPU-Z doesn't show enough. Try something like HWINFO64.
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Something like this?

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Not quite. What's needed here is the sensor screen like this



Post a screenshot of that running a stress test.
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Alright, thank you. Running it alongside Prime95 and this is the screen after nearly ten minutes of small FFT's.

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Alright, thank you. Running it alongside Prime95 and this is the screen after nearly ten minutes of small FFT's.

Yup, you've got all cores running at 4.4GHz I can't see actual voltage in that screenshot, but VID is on the low side (mine is something like 1.248v at stock, I think). You should try turning off in UEFI to see if it has any effect. Here's more info on the topic http://www.anandtech.com/show/6214/multicore-enhancement-the-debate-about-free-mhz

EDIT: just wanted to add that my 4790k isn't stable either if I leave the voltage and all the other settings at stock and use MCE
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I'll do that, thank you.

I know that all chips are different but may I ask if you know off-hand what your voltage is set at, if not stock? Just gives some kind of baseline to tweak from there.

While in BIOS i'll take pictures of voltages.
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I'll do that, thank you.

I know that all chips are different but may I ask if you know off-hand what your voltage is set at, if not stock? Just gives some kind of baseline to tweak from there.

While in BIOS i'll take pictures of voltages.
It's set at 1.296v, which translates to 1.328v in stress testing, but it's running at 4.7GHz. You should check out the DC club for that. A lot more people there who are knowledgeable and helpful.
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