I was able to boot without issue. Ran a stress test. All was well. Went into the bios, made a conservative 5.0 GHz 1.325v overclock with all my normal settings, cstates disabled, MCE off, etc. Rebooted without a problem. Ran a stress test for 15 minutes. Reboot. No issue. Dropped down to my normal Vcore , 1.3, and no issue.
So I decide to try and enable xmp, rebooted without issue. Ran all night without a problem. Never broke 73 Degrees. Rebooted over and over, could not reproduce the C4 error. I am going to borrow a quad stick dual channel kit from a friend, GSkill TridentZ so more reputable than my current setup.
I realize that a single stick of ram isn't going to stress the systems IMC as much as using dual channel would, but in previous tests, even with a single stick, I could not apply my CPU OC profile, nor leave the CPU stock and use XMP, much less the two together.
Last edited by Deathtech00; 08-16-2019 at 09:13 AM.