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Did you try running with stock settings to eliminate any software/OS issues? I had this problem with my setup as well. I was able to run gobs and gobs of IBT, OCCT, Prime95 and even MemTest86. But I would lockup during mundane tasks such as surfing the net, idling, etc. Good members in this forum suggested that it was due to the fact I had power savings options on - EIST, Speed spectrum, etc. I turned all those off so my comp is basically at 3.8 Ghz all the time. And no issues. Of course, I started all over from scratch - meaning I discarded my previous overclock values and overclocked one more time to 3.8 ensuring I took my time and did it right.
I did run it at stock just run over the night (7 hours). I just did 1 hour of folding and got a BSOD. It says Local ID: 1033. Running at 4ghz (1.12 Volt) and the RAM at 1333 7-8-7, which is under the rated RAM speed. Btw, max temp was under 40-45C. Strange thing is that my core #1 is running 4-8C higher then the rest.

I also took my Phsyx card out.


Edited by Tennobanzai - 2/1/11 at 11:51am
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This is pretty well known problem at xtremesystems.org. It seems that it is not the same case here. Maybe it's because xtremesystems have Asus rep coming there frequently. Anyway, you have to install this patch from Microsoft. It doesnt matter if you are 10 days small FFT stable or stock, you will get random BSOD with these SBs.

Hope that helps.
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This is pretty well known problem at xtremesystems.org. It seems that it is not the same case here. Maybe it's because xtremesystems have Asus rep coming there frequently. Anyway, you have to install this patch from Microsoft. It doesnt matter if you are 10 days small FFT stable or stock, you will get random BSOD with these SBs.

Hope that helps.
Which patch?
post #24 of 32
There is a patch that fixes a memory leak that causes crashes- but ive installed it and I still get them. If you google 1e bsod fix that should get you there. Like I said it's worth a try but I still have issues.
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is that patch only for asus mobos? cus ive never gotten any random bsods
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Any updates on idle BSOD problems? I still can't do 5.0GHz because of this issue, so I'm currently running 4.8. I tried the mentioned patch, I jacked up my voltage, did plenty of testing to ensure load stability, etc - but still getting BSOD while surfing the net and doing other mundane tasks.
    
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post #27 of 32
i had the exact same problem as OP ..

tried increasing QTT and/or vcore didnt help the issue ...

turned of cpu pll overvoltage and it's fine now .. give that a shot

i believe they took out that option in their offical bios for that exact reason.
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i had the exact same problem as OP ..

tried increasing QTT and/or vcore didnt help the issue ...

turned of cpu pll overvoltage and it's fine now .. give that a shot

i believe they took out that option in their offical bios for that exact reason.
Cool - that's a good point. I'll try that out when I get home. +rep
    
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post #29 of 32
Hmmm. Never had any random bsod. Been running my SB at 4.8 since day 1.

Op: which prime test did u run? Blend seemed to crash on me whereas both large and small ran 24h ea just fine. Had to up vcore a lil to pass 24h blend.
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Strange thing is that my core #1 is running 4-8C higher then the rest.
That isn't strange. It is very common for one or more cores to operate at temperatures either lower or higher than the other cores. Core #1 in my 2500k runs at 8 - 10C lower than the other cores.
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