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BSOD During BFV While Overclocking

I have a 8086k that has passed 24 hours of Prime 26.6, 8 hours of RealBench and 20 passes in Intel Burn Test. It's at 5.1ghz with a 49 cache @1.31v. I have never crashed in any of the games I play. Diablo 2, Diablo 3, CS:GO, BF1, etc.

I installed BFV and I start BSOD'ing for all of the reasons that indicate an unstable CPU overclock. I was wondering if anyone else potentially had issues with their overclock? I know of one other person who had similar issues. He too never crashed prior to installing BFV. Albeit a EA buggy game, it should crash and not the whole computer. Does this game just tax the CPU much harder or in a different way than BF1 or stress test do?



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It happened so much that I just scaled it back to 5.0 ghz/48 cache @ 1.26v



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That's your best bet if you happen to have Clock_watchdog_timeout BSOD. Your cache (which is linked with core voltage now) is not able to run at 5.1GHz.

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Quote: Originally Posted by SightUp View Post
I have a 8086k that has passed 24 hours of Prime 26.6, 8 hours of RealBench and 20 passes in Intel Burn Test. It's at 5.1ghz with a 49 cache @1.31v. I have never crashed in any of the games I play. Diablo 2, Diablo 3, CS:GO, BF1, etc.

I installed BFV and I start BSOD'ing for all of the reasons that indicate an unstable CPU overclock. I was wondering if anyone else potentially had issues with their overclock? I know of one other person who had similar issues. He too never crashed prior to installing BFV. Albeit a EA buggy game, it should crash and not the whole computer. Does this game just tax the CPU much harder or in a different way than BF1 or stress test do?
Battlefield 5 is more stressful than realbench.
It's the first game I've seen that can actually use all 16 threads. People have been wanting games to make their moar corez CPU's scream for mercy, and now they got it

Try lowering the CPU cache first. there's no reason to have it at x49 and there's little benefit FPS wise to that. Only useful for benchmarking when trying to compete with someone.
Try setting a cache ratio of x43. You'll get higher FPS with x43 and 5.1 ghz, than you will with x48 and 5.0 ghz.

Give that a try.

Just curious:
Are you able to pass prime95 small FFT with AVX disabled at 5.1 ghz?
You MUST pass that if you have any hope of battlefield 5 working.
(in latest prime95 you can open the file LOCAL.TXT and add the lines CPUSupportsAVX=0 and CPUSupportsFMA3=0).

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Quote: Originally Posted by SightUp View Post
I have a 8086k that has passed 24 hours of Prime 26.6, 8 hours of RealBench and 20 passes in Intel Burn Test. It's at 5.1ghz with a 49 cache @1.31v. I have never crashed in any of the games I play. Diablo 2, Diablo 3, CS:GO, BF1, etc.

I installed BFV and I start BSOD'ing for all of the reasons that indicate an unstable CPU overclock. I was wondering if anyone else potentially had issues with their overclock? I know of one other person who had similar issues. He too never crashed prior to installing BFV. Albeit a EA buggy game, it should crash and not the whole computer. Does this game just tax the CPU much harder or in a different way than BF1 or stress test do?
Try bumping vcore up to 1.325v or maybe higher.

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