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This is a follow up to my last thread, here's a quote of my original post that summarized the issue / everything I've attempted in fixing it:
Quote:
Originally Posted by Lazah View Post

About a month ago my gpu broke, so now I'm dealing with this aswell. All gaming is on integrated graphics btw.

My pc freezes on the last frame it was on and the sound cuts, all the fans and everything else continue to run but nothing else happens till I force a reboot. Also when I try to press any keys on my keyboard (example CAPS lock) it won't appear to do any input, however I can sill open and close the dvd-r drive if that means anything.

This crashing only happens when playing games (Overwatch, Dark Souls 3, Cod 4), however the crashing has been most frequent when playing Overwatch.

I also just ran a temperature log of my major components into an excel file using Corsair link, with the data stopping when I crashed. While the temps are warm I don't believe they're overheating or anything. Crashes can occur anywhere between 10mins and 3hrs.

Excel dl link: https://www.dropbox.com/s/ijqdpl037msklqe/LogFile%20CRASH.csv?dl=0

In windows events the only critical event that appear from the time of the crash is from when I force reboot the computer. Example: https://gyazo.com/3f10f4d29b838978b99fba866ff0f7a2

This crashing has only happened when playing games, otherwise I can leave my computer on for hours on end.

If you need any other information just ask and any help is appreciated.

Things I have tried so far:

- Memtest86, atleast 4 passes on each individual RAM stick

- ran CHKDSK

- Checked S.M.A.R.T data of hdd/ssd

- Surface scan on hdd, however crashes have happened on games installed on ssd and hdd



PC SPECS:

os - win10

cpu - Intel Core i7 4770K

cooler - Corsair H80i

mobo - G1 Sniper M5

ram - Corsair 8GB (2x4GB) Vengeance Pro

gpu - gigabyte r9 280x windforce x3 (dead)

psu - silverstone strider plus 750w
Link: http://www.overclock.net/t/1603170/pc-freezing-while-in-game-freezes-on-the-frame-no-sound-and-need-to-force-a-reboot-to-recover

Now since then I've tried increasing the allocated memory of the iGPU, which didn't really yield any differences apart from higher GPU memory usage.


However it did manage to blue screen after a crash one time after roughly 10 seconds, however it froze halfway through the blue screen and I had to force reboot. All subsequent crashes resulted in an orange screen of death (which according to some forums is related to your display / videocard).

No minidump files have been produced until now

Copy paste: http://pastebin.com/38BTBzyB
File dl: https://www.dropbox.com/s/b2uh4c2rmqc97u1/070716-3250-01.dmp?dl=0

Any help interpreting this, diagnosing the problem and fixing it is appreciated smile.gif.
Edited by Lazah - 7/6/16 at 10:22pm
post #2 of 12
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So far the only thing I've been able to tell is that it's probably related to my CPU.

Also psu voltage readings are fine in the bios, but completely off in hw monitor.

Is a full kernel dump necessary to work out the problem?
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Is the cpu overclocked?
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Been running stock clocks
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Quote:
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Been running stock clocks

try setting your bios to the defaults and see if its stable that way, thinking something might be causing it to go unstable in the bios.
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try setting your bios to the defaults and see if its stable that way, thinking something might be causing it to go unstable in the bios.

I'll give that a go once I'm back home on Monday. I don't remember setting any dodgy values in the bios but I'll try nontheless.
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What motherboard do you have? Some, like ASUS ones for example, overclock the CPU so that it runs at 3.9GHz with all cores under load by default. Actual stock behaviour would only allow it to go to 3.9 when 1 core is under load, lowering the clockspeed as more cores come under load. Setting the BIOS to factory defaults won't necessarily put your CPU back to stock clocks.

On an asus board the setting to turn this on/off is under 'multicore enhancement', I am sure yours will have something similar if it has this type of feature. Turn it off to make your CPU properly at stock clocks.

Apologies if you knew this already, but it's good to cover all bases.
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Originally Posted by d0mini View Post

What motherboard do you have? Some, like ASUS ones for example, overclock the CPU so that it runs at 3.9GHz with all cores under load by default. Actual stock behaviour would only allow it to go to 3.9 when 1 core is under load, lowering the clockspeed as more cores come under load. Setting the BIOS to factory defaults won't necessarily put your CPU back to stock clocks.

On an asus board the setting to turn this on/off is under 'multicore enhancement', I am sure yours will have something similar if it has this type of feature. Turn it off to make your CPU properly at stock clocks.

Apologies if you knew this already, but it's good to cover all bases.

No no all good. I have a g1 sniper m5. Since it's a "gaming" motherboard I think it's possible that something like that is going on. I'll have a proper look through the bios of any settings like that once I get home on Monday.
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Well, I look forward to seeing if that is indeed your problem. smile.gif
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Alright so looked around the bios for any multicore enhancement settings. I'm gonna let my PC sit for a bit and see if it crashes or if the driver verifier bsods my system.
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