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CPU wont run at stock speeds any more?

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Was going to compare my desktop at stock to my friend's $1400 Laptop (twice the cost of my desktop) so i went to my bios and hit the standard F6 to load optimal defaults. computer boots runs for a while (like 20 min) and then BSOD....


everything is set to stock speeds, i dont get it, if i reload my overclock it runs perfectly.

i guess i am just looking for an explanation for this, i am really confused...
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try clearing the cmos; if you have OC presets saved you may want to write them down. if that doesn't work i don't know what else to do other than a reinstall of the OS
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Is your SATA controller set to RAID, AHCI, or IDE mode?
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try clearing the cmos; if you have OC presets saved you may want to write them down. if that doesn't work i don't know what else to do other than a reinstall of the OS
i screwed up a mod and my onboard battery is dead so the cmos gets cleared every time i unplug this thing, have not gotten around to getting a new one

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Is your SATA controller set to RAID, AHCI, or IDE mode?
no, it is just one HDD so i left it to what ever it defaults to, i believe it is IDE
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My computer did this when I first built it. It would have random BSODs at stock clocks and volts.

On mine the problem was solved with bumping both memory and cpu-nb voltage a tenth of a volt. Either my mainboard isn't supplying the voltage it says it is, or the CPU has a poor memory controller. Truly odd, considering this c2 controller that's only supposed to be good for 1333 2T sticks can run them stable at 1740 1T without going nuts on voltage.

Core voltage didn't seem to play a major part in the issue fwiw.
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