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Hey all, I've just splashed out and built the rig below. I've literally made no changes to the BIOS but experiencing random BSOD's "WHEA_UNCORRECTABLE_ERROR". This usually happens when using something productive, i.e. Premiere Pro, or Photoshop. However I've been gaming for hours and it's stable - which to me says it's something to do with the cores working in tandem? Here's the rig.

Motherboard model: ASUS ROG Strix X299-E

UEFI Version: 0503 (I've just looked and there appears to be 0802 so I'll give that a bash, but I have a feeling it's not this)

CPU:Intel Core i7-7820X 3.6Ghz

Memory: Corsair CMK32GX4M4B3200C16 Vengeance LPX 32 GB (4 x 8 GB)

GPU: ASUS ROG-Strix GTX1080TI O11G Gaming

SSD/HDDs: Samsung 250GB EVO NVMe / Corsair F3 120GB SSD / WD Black 2TB

PSU:Corsair RMi Series RM750i

USB Devices: Roland Quad Capture USB 2.0 Audio / Anker USB Hub

PCIe device: Firewire PCIe card

Monitor: 2X 23" LG W2353V-PF@1080P

CPU Cooler: AIO Be Quiet. BW003 Fan 280 mm

PC CASE: Corsair CC-9011100-WW Carbide Series 400Q V2

Operating system: MS Activated=yes. Windows 10 x64 (version 1703 / OS Build 15063.608)

Drivers Installed: Latest NVidia Drivers (385.41)

Any third Party temp/voltage software installed: Just AI Suite 3. Average CPU temperature is between 28°C-38°C

System Overclocked (provide details)? BIOS is as is, set to Auto. However, it jumps up to 4Ghz although I haven't asked it to do this. I've also turned off ASUS Multicore, but that didn't help. My guess is it's to do with the auto overclock? But really given the temps I'm getting, I'm surprised it's giving this error. Maybe it's a simple BIOS update, but I'm guessing not?

Does anyone have any ideas? I'm feeling a bit gutted atm frown.gif

Thanks!
Edited by jonboyuk - 9/19/17 at 3:54am
    
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I had this happen to my sig rig a couple over the weekend. Same OS, same GPU drivers. Showed up as one of the CPU cores had a hiccup running a process (or a process hiccuped a core) and BSOD'd my system. It hasn't happened since so I'm not worried about it. No need to worry about a one off BSOD.
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Originally Posted by NexusRed View Post

I had this happen to my sig rig a couple over the weekend. Same OS, same GPU drivers. Showed up as one of the CPU cores had a hiccup running a process (or a process hiccuped a core) and BSOD'd my system. It hasn't happened since so I'm not worried about it. No need to worry about a one off BSOD.

I'd agree in those circumstances, but it's happened about 5 or 6 times now in the week since I've had it! :/
    
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I'd agree in those circumstances, but it's happened about 5 or 6 times now in the week since I've had it! :/

Hmmm.. Can you let us know what you were doing during the times of BSOD?
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Of course. Some examples:

- Scrubbing through a video in Premiere Pro
- General editing in Photoshop
- Editing some music in a DAW
    
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post #6 of 20
Posted on the other thread too.

I'm getting the exact same thing on my TUF Mark 1 when running Realbench.
I've been struggling with it for days, doesn't matter what BIOS version I use, I'm also running the same nvidia driver (385.41), plus the same CPU, GPU and ram as you.

It only just started since upgrading to 0802, but like I said rolling back to previous versions still results in the same error.
At first I thought it was my overclock I'd been running for the last 4 weeks, but I can rung Realbench fine on one occasion, if I try to run it again it will Bluescreen, it's random.
Prime95 is fine.

Can't even run Divinity Original Sin 2 at the previous overclock for some reason, it just hard locks.

I'm completely stumped at the moment.

I did just rolled back to the previous Nvidia Driver and the Divinity hard locks have stopped, going to try Realbench now.
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Great - let us know. It would be awesome if it was that simple smile.gif
    
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post #8 of 20
Ok I just did a 15 minute Realbench run at my previous 4.6Ghz OC and it passed, it usually bluescreens a couple of minutes in.
Divinity has stopped hard locking as well.

It's so strange, I did a 2 hour Realbench run yesterday and it passed, fire up Divinity hard lock within minutes.
Not doing it as of now, will test further.

Try rolling back your Nvidia drivers and see if it helps for now.
post #9 of 20
Odd it happened after updating the UEFI. If that's the case I would upgrade the Intel Lan driver along with the Intel Management Engine driver since a UEFI can upgrade the firmware of those devices.
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Amazing. I've only had 385.41 since I bought the rig so I didn't consider an older driver. I'm guessing you're using 385.28 now?
    
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