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Vicious:
For now, we need to get the CPU completely out of the picture.
First set your vcore to 1.325v, and see if this stops your crash in league of legends.

Also, can you run LOL and run some sort of vcore monitoring program, to see what the vcore is when that game is running? What you can do is use HWinfo32, right click the voltage tab, and enable the graph (if it ever vanishes and you cant reenable it, just double click it), and set a voltage range, like 1.0v min and 1.5v max (you can press tab after entering to apply it).

See if your vcore does anything strange in league of legends.
If you really want to brute force the problem, then disable EIST in the BIOS, disable C1E, C3 and C6 also, and set your vcore to 1.325v.
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Vicious: No updates? Been a week....
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Hey, yeah I was eventually able to fix it, but I had to use offset Voltages at a higher VCore. Disappointing, but for some reason I wasn't stable at lower clocks with 1.28.

In the end if I still get a BSOD here I'm just going to go back to stock clocks.
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