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WHEA-LOGGER event logs?

I'm getting "A corrected hardware error has occurred.

Reported by component: Processor Core
Error Source: Unknown Error Source
Error Type: Internal parity error
Processor APIC ID: 2

The details view of this entry contains further information."

This occurred after overclocking my CPU. When I saw it I set everything back to default and sadly still received it. Is it possible I damaged the CPU? I'm also confused due to the BIOS still showing 4.7GHz OC on my PC even after clearing the CMOS? Does Gigabyte have a known issue with this? My next thing is to redo the BIOS and hope i see 3.6GHz now and not 4.7..

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Unless you get a blue screen with WHEA, don't bother with WHEA in Events Log. 9700k boosts to 4.7GHz on one core load and 4.6GHz on all cores.

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Unless you get a blue screen with WHEA, don't bother with WHEA in Events Log. 9700k boosts to 4.7GHz on one core load and 4.6GHz on all cores.
Okay. The only reason I worried is because I never saw them before and this only occurred after the OC. It also seemed to coincide with the time Apex Legends crashed on me.

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I'm getting "A corrected hardware error has occurred.

Reported by component: Processor Core
Error Source: Unknown Error Source
Error Type: Internal parity error
Processor APIC ID: 2

The details view of this entry contains further information."

This occurred after overclocking my CPU. When I saw it I set everything back to default and sadly still received it. Is it possible I damaged the CPU? I'm also confused due to the BIOS still showing 4.7GHz OC on my PC even after clearing the CMOS? Does Gigabyte have a known issue with this? My next thing is to redo the BIOS and hope i see 3.6GHz now and not 4.7..
Would help if you told us what CPU you had, what motherboard you had and what you were doing on the CPU when this error occurred? What chip has 4.7 ghz has an "overclock"? 8700k or something?

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Also i'm aware it boosts, but should it be boosting that high specifically in the BIOS? It seems like it NEVER goes down. I would assume that BIOS is considered "idle"?

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Would help if you told us what CPU you had, what motherboard you had and what you were doing on the CPU when this error occurred? What chip has 4.7 ghz has an "overclock"? 8700k or something?
Well my PC isn't down in the bottom anymore? Wth. It used to be. It's an i7 9700k, z390M gaming gigabyte motherboard, 32GB of 3000MHz Patriot RAM, Patriot Scorch NVME drive and NVIDIA rtx 2070

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Well my PC isn't down in the bottom anymore? Wth. It used to be. It's an i7 9700k, z390M gaming gigabyte motherboard, 32GB of 3000MHz Patriot RAM, Patriot Scorch NVME drive and NVIDIA rtx 2070
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Try doing a complete cmos clear the proper way.

Power off the system first.
Then remove the power cable from the power supply, or flip the PSU switch on the back to off.
Wait 30 seconds or so.
Then press the clear CMOS button for about 20 seconds continuously.
If you do not have a clear cmos button, short the clear cmos jumper onboard, with either a spare jumper block, or if you don't have one, use a flat bladed metal screwdriver or a knife. Keep the jumper shorted with the metal object for a total of 20-30 seconds.

Then replug everything in and power up. Your system should be fully back to 100% stock.

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Quote: Originally Posted by Falkentyne View Post
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Try doing a complete cmos clear the proper way.

Power off the system first.
Then remove the power cable from the power supply, or flip the PSU switch on the back to off.
Wait 30 seconds or so.
Then press the clear CMOS button for about 20 seconds continuously.
If you do not have a clear cmos button, short the clear cmos jumper onboard, with either a spare jumper block, or if you don't have one, use a flat bladed metal screwdriver or a knife. Keep the jumper shorted with the metal object for a total of 20-30 seconds.

Then replug everything in and power up. Your system should be fully back to 100% stock.
This is what I did. I removed the power from the PSU, took out the cmos battery, held a screw driver on my cmos jumpers for a MINUTE and then went on a walk and came back 10 mins later. The BIOS said it was reset, but the BIOS still showed 4.7. It's now showing 4.6GHz, but that's constantly in BIOS and isn't "turbo boosting". EDIT: Windows is now finally showing a fluctuation of GHz after restarting my PC (I also went into BIOS again to verify the clock was still 4.6.. it was).. but maybe i'm bat poop crazy and that's how it's always been, but I would have assumed the base clock is what it would be showing when in BIOS? Another weird thing that made me think i had a CPU issue was I received a WHEA BSOD without my OC ever happening (factory reset it or so i thought)

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