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K so I just built my sig rig. Right now it's at 4.6 ghz. I had it going perfectly stable at 1.325v @ 4.6ghz constant. It passed 4 hours of prime95 blend w/ flying colors. But then yesterday, I was playing a match of LoL and I bsod'ed. At first I was like okay no prob I must not have been perfectly stable on my voltage so I bumped it to 1.34. Seemed good so far but then again today, while playing a match of LoL, I got yet another bsod. So I ran the UEFI's mem check program (not sure how good it is) and it passed perfectly fine. So if it's not my cpu's OC, and it's not my ram, what is it. I keep forgetting to write down the stop error because my priority is getting back into my match (yes, i'm extremely competetive) but I think it was either 124 or 24 or something like that. I thought maybe it was my SSD but I looked it up and apparrantly that shouldn't be it because of SMART?

Any help would be appreciated.
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I'd try backing the OC down just a tad to 4.4Ghz or 4.5Ghz and see if that helps. Are League of Legends matches the only time you BSOD?
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^ An overclock that high could definitely be the cause.
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Not sure. Lol is just the only game I've really played on it so far.
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^ An overclock that high could definitely be the cause.
For a 2600K, 4.6 is a moderate OC, its like doing 3.8 on a Q9550.



If it is indeed 124, you are having a core instability. And I would say you need more VCore. You sound like to have enough voltage though. Is there anything you can do in terms of power regulation such as load line calibration or phase control for the VRMs ?

How much does your voltage fluctuate from idle to load ?
    
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In my experiences BSOD's either come from not enough voltage to the IMC, or RAM while overclocking.
I just had that happen with mine. Lowered the IMC voltage trying to fine tune my OC. Loaded Windows fine, but first time I loaded a game, BSOD. Put it back up to where I had it, back to normal.
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For a 2600K, 4.6 is a moderate OC, its like doing 3.8 on a Q9550.



If it is indeed 124, you are having a core instability. And I would say you need more VCore. You sound like to have enough voltage though. Is there anything you can do in terms of power regulation such as load line calibration or phase control for the VRMs ?

How much does your voltage fluctuate from idle to load ?
LLC is on high it bumps me up from 1.325 to 1.376 under 100% load. And I've checked my ram settings, and the volts on my ram is set to the default 1.35v. I would up my imc voltage but I highly doubt my 2600k can't handle 2 4gb 1.35v sticks without a bump. Sandy is supposed to be able to handle like 2000mhz ram w/o bumping voltage.

I did notice one thing though. CPU-Z is reporting my ram timings at 9-10-10-25 1t even though the ram is supposed to be 9-9-9-24. Could this be it? I have touched nothing but turned the XMP on for my ram. Could the XMP be BSODing me?
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LLC is on high it bumps me up from 1.325 to 1.376 under 100% load. And I've checked my ram settings, and the volts on my ram is set to the default 1.35v. I would up my imc voltage but I highly doubt my 2600k can't handle 2 4gb 1.35v sticks without a bump. Sandy is supposed to be able to handle like 2000mhz ram w/o bumping voltage.

I did notice one thing though. CPU-Z is reporting my ram timings at 9-10-10-25 1t even though the ram is supposed to be 9-9-9-24. Could this be it? I have touched nothing but turned the XMP on for my ram. Could the XMP be BSODing me?
It's a possibility... Why don't you try manually changing your RAM clocks, voltage, and timing to the manufacturer default settings in your bios.
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