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Running in a brand new RyZen build, with a fresh win10 install. Occasionally after 30-45min the 960 evo just stops responding, windows disk usage goes to 100% but the HDD light on the case isn't blinking, then I get a DPC_WACHDOG_VIOLATION BSOD. However after a reboot the system will run fine for hours. Anybody have any idea what would be causing this? There are no reported smart errors I can find, the BCLK on the system is usually running at 99.8MHz.
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http://www.thewindowsclub.com/dpc_watchdog_violation-blue-screen-in-windows-10

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Unfortunately, nope, I am only using NVME drivers in windows, it would appear from your source to be an issue with AHCI drivers used for some sata chipsets frown.gif
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I'm currently getting random freezes and lockup as well. Tho my system isn't meant for NVMe drive it's a x79 modded with modified bios so I can boot from NVMe m.2 drive. It was working a few months ago with no lockups but I think it has to do with windows updates of some sort as reinstalling the OS fixes it until the secondary patches and update installs. Before that I would just just like these quick lag spikes of what u get from offloading ram etc... The ones u get from gaming those microstudder while I'm bearly transfering less than 20-80MB? Meanwhile sequencial transfer are fine for some reason only OS operations like openning folders causing intermittent lag spikes. But yea it progress into full blown BSOD/freezes. I could play a game for hours or just minutes and it'll get it. I noticed it happens more when I have chrome playing in background and my game would lockup on idle?

I'm trying to determine if it's SSD, Video Card or PSU atm. I swapped out another GPU and it's not it. So it has to do with lockups. (Usually a 3D game hangs.. and I have a "window is not responding" error. followed by lockup.

This will be my third install, though this time I'm gonna just clone my drive as I find it burdensome to reinstall and save my browser passwords/bookmarks and program/games. I mean I only have less than a dozen programs but I lose all the setting as well.

Going back to my raid0 SSD setup. These NVMe are just way too new and weird tech as well considering 'm.2 on ram drives would be 20X faster. Heck just have on CPU m.2 or m.2 slots dedicated to CPUs as level 4 cache.
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I'm currently getting random freezes and lockup as well. Tho my system isn't meant for NVMe drive it's a x79 modded with modified bios so I can boot from NVMe m.2 drive. It was working a few months ago with no lockups but I think it has to do with windows updates of some sort as reinstalling the OS fixes it until the secondary patches and update installs. Before that I would just just like these quick lag spikes of what u get from offloading ram etc... The ones u get from gaming those microstudder while I'm bearly transfering less than 20-80MB? Meanwhile sequencial transfer are fine for some reason only OS operations like openning folders causing intermittent lag spikes. But yea it progress into full blown BSOD/freezes. I could play a game for hours or just minutes and it'll get it. I noticed it happens more when I have chrome playing in background and my game would lockup on idle?

I'm trying to determine if it's SSD, Video Card or PSU atm. I swapped out another GPU and it's not it. So it has to do with lockups. (Usually a 3D game hangs.. and I have a "window is not responding" error. followed by lockup.

This will be my third install, though this time I'm gonna just clone my drive as I find it burdensome to reinstall and save my browser passwords/bookmarks and program/games. I mean I only have less than a dozen programs but I lose all the setting as well.

Going back to my raid0 SSD setup. These NVMe are just way too new and weird tech as well considering 'm.2 on ram drives would be 20X faster. Heck just have on CPU m.2 or m.2 slots dedicated to CPUs as level 4 cache.

The issue I was having turned out to be a faulty temperature sensor on the SSD controller. The controller was reporting ~150C and the drive was thermal shut-downing. Use HWinfo64 to get the controller temp instead of the drive temp and if it is reporting ridiculous numbers, RMA the drive (my RMA took almost a month).
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The issue I was having turned out to be a faulty temperature sensor on the SSD controller. The controller was reporting ~150C and the drive was thermal shut-downing. Use HWinfo64 to get the controller temp instead of the drive temp and if it is reporting ridiculous numbers, RMA the drive (my RMA took almost a month).

Depends what OS you use as well. Windows 8 and 7 read my 960 evo at 96 celsius, yet on Windows 10 I never break 80 celsius. weird.
    
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The issue I was having turned out to be a faulty temperature sensor on the SSD controller. The controller was reporting ~150C and the drive was thermal shut-downing. Use HWinfo64 to get the controller temp instead of the drive temp and if it is reporting ridiculous numbers, RMA the drive (my RMA took almost a month).

Depends what OS you use as well. Windows 8 and 7 read my 960 evo at 96 celsius, yet on Windows 10 I never break 80 celsius. weird.




Most software reads the Drive Temperature field including magician. What may be happening is in Windows 7 and 8 it is reporting Temp 2 which is always higher because it is the internal temp of the controller. If I am not mistaken the controller throttles at 96C so that may be what is happening. The first temp is just a sensor on the PCB so it reads fairly low compared to the actual silicon on the chip.
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