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Random reboots or BSOD at cold bootup on P8P67

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This only happens on a cold boot, never after system is warmed up. I have a 2600k at 4.5Ghz with voltage offset on auto - aprox 1.05 at idle and goes to 1.312 at load. prime stable for 1 hr. Ram is 4 sets of 4gb Gskill running at 1866 at 1.6 volts 9-10-9-24 with everything else defaulted. Latest bios as well. This only happens some mornings not all. Most settings in bios are defaulted except what is notated. Would setting the vcore to a stable 1.312 instead of offset help and if so will it increase temps alot on idle and is that bad for cpu. Any other suggestions is greatly appreciated. Thanks...

I think I posted it in CPU forum by accident, if admin can delete from CPU section that will be great.
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can u tell us what bios version you re using? also try enabling xmp profiles for your ram and letting it set the timings from the profile. These boards are very picky on ram settings.
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1204 bios and ram is not the issue as it passes memtest. I changed the offset from auto to .04 and was fine this morning so I will test this out for a couple of days.
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Hi there Gigabye137,

I've got exactly the same problem as you. The computer will BSOD if I'm turning it on after it has been off for many hours. Just a few hours is not enough, it needs to be something like an overnight "cool down" period or something like that and boom, it BSODs pretty badly when powering on.

We not only have the the same MOBO but the same memory modules as well, G.Skill. I've replaced the PSU on this machine thinking it was something to do with a dodgy capacitor or something not charging up properly when cold as it was the only component I imagined to be taking too long to warm up. This did not solve the problem so I'm wondering if you had better luck and if it is solved for you. Maybe your solution might help me here!

Let me know what's going on with your setup.

Regards,

M Addario
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Bump,

Did you guys ever get a resolution on this, I am having the same issue. I have the same mobo and ram. Although my ram is 16Gb running at 1333. I sense a pattern forming.
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Is C3/C6 state enabled?
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