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yes set the memory voltage manually to factory specific settings.
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Yiou rCPu is working at the same frequency at idle condition as load condition, just the number of calculations or work it is performing is less.

Stability is a percentage so if you are 99% stable it would take a long time in Prime95 to find an error.
But at Idle it would take an eternity as the number of calculations performed are a lot lower.

Now When your Idle, your Vcore is dropping, but your CPU is running at the same speed as before, just performing less work. So that means your CPU is likely to error, it just takes a longer time than it would in Prime95, but you have increased the chance of error by having less Vcore hence you BSOD at idle randomly.

You need to Enable Vdroop, but make sure the Bios Vcore is set so you have 1.24v at load, or Disable Vdroop and make sure you h ave 1.24v at Idle, but that will mean at intense load you overvolt the CPU due to Vcore rising.

You found that in Prime95 you required 1,24v to be stable, why do you think when the CPU is running less load you can run less Vcore?
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Umm.. jasjeet so does that mean do i have to raise my vcore or lower it? I would like to leave Vdroop disabled, no problems now as it is... The temps are exactly where I want them to be too. Is my Vcore and VTT really that low that my CPU is lacking the voltage it needs to process orders? or is everything fine...
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