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Thank you for that. I've not really overclocked yet so don't really want to take the risk til i've learned more (only ended up with a K processor as it was the same price as the 4790 and it made more sense if I could learn how to utilize it).

I couldn't find anything to do with MCE in BIOS so I disabled Turbo Boost Technology. I don't think that's the right way to do it though.

This motherboard, using latest BIOS, put the voltages to extreme settings that caused the CPU to get extremely close to 100c on stress test so i'm having to figure out voltages myself. Not very fun when you don't know much!

Here's a before and after pic, as well as a picture of HWINFO64 after 45 minutes of small FFT's using the after settings.

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After:


post #12 of 12
Have a look at the bottom of the sensors screen for WHEA errors. In case there are correctable ones occurring, HWiNFO should tell you more precisely where they happen. Uncorrectable ones cause a BSOD or restart, so those can't be logged by HWiNFO.
The WHEA error in Event Viewer provides some more details, which might help to locate the component causing it. Try to export the event into a file, attach it here (or send me) and I can try to decode it.
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