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Stable clock now unstable?

post #1 of 6
Thread Starter 
I have had a stable clock of 4.0GHz with 1.27xx volts for about 3 months now and it passed a 5 hour intel burn test and now out of nowhere i get blue screen. i have increased the voltage to 1.28xx and it has seemed to fix it but any idea why it would out of nowhere become unstable.
post #2 of 6
Wait up, you got a SINGLE bluescreen and decided it was your Vcore?
post #3 of 6
Thread Starter 
no i got it 5 times over the course of an hour
post #4 of 6
Oh that's a bit more significant,

What was the error code? I agree it is unusual for it to become unstable like that. Run IBT on max and make sure you select 8 threads.

You should also to 6 hours of prime95

Comps
post #5 of 6
Thread Starter 
i dont have the error code but before i increased the voltage i ran the burn test to confirm, it failed then i bumped it up to 1.28. i also right before i posted ran prime 95 on the new voltage for 4 hours and did a burn test for 3 and it didnt fail.
post #6 of 6
Go to start and open a cmd window.

Type "sfc /scannow" hit enter, let it scan.

Open another cmd window and type"chkdsk /r" hit enter, then hit "y" and enter again. Restart ur computer and let it do it's thing. Will take a little while.

Your welcome
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