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Within a short period of time my PC has seen two Blue Screen's im not sure if this is the cause of it but i just noticed before posting that the Load on Core 1 was at a constant 80%-90% load while the temps themselves are still low on all Four Cores.

I restarted the pc before posting while the load issue isn't showing right now, its an issue i'd like to prevent from happening again to protect my pc, ill be looking at any load issues i might have throughout the day.

What are the possible causes of this issue? possible solutions?

I'd appreciate any help on this.

Thanks

{EDIT}
NOTE: im currently overclocking the CPU from stock to 2.93GHz if this is helpful in anyway..
post #2 of 4
Two unrelated things, IMO. What process is causing that 80-90% usage first of all?

And your BSODs are likely related to an unstable overclock, not because your processor is doing work.
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I had a problem with my onboard audio (also on an Asus board) using untold amounts of CPU cycles. The longer the system was on, the more cpu it would take. Sort of like a memory leak, but with CPU usage. It would hit 30-40% usage on one core in less than an hour.

Check Task Manager and find out what process is using your CPU. It may be something mundane like an AV scan.
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post #4 of 4
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didn't bother to check the processes but if i had to guess it might have been firefox, in a single window i have 40 tabs open which i go through.
i guess ill continue to monitor the loads to see if it happens again.

as for the overclock im going to be setting this back to stock, as im not doing any gaming lately and i really cant notice a difference between 2.67ghz stock and the current overclock of 2.93ghz.
the 12GB ram is preventing me from going at the 4ghz i used to have.
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