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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.
Didn't work for me
    
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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.
I ended up making an exchange at microcenter for a new CPU. It's been running fine for the past 1-2 weeks. I believe it had to do with the RAM. My first one must of been weak since it struggled to work with my timing of 6-8-6. I havnt gotten a BSOD at idle yet. I've gotten a few BSOD with my new CPU but it waste because I was testing my OC, which is normal.

Try running your RAM at the very low speeds and high timing.
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