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  1. Running 5.1 for 4 years now, got some new memory, did a quick cache overclock and bumped up my CPU another 100Mhz. Result is not really stunning, more like dissapointing, but might as well show it here. Memory overclock is just a quick working solution as for now. Going to increase the clockspeed and tighten the timings soon. Validation: https://valid.x86.fr/ypv28v - Idle around 20c - Load after 1 hour of gaming 50c - CPU set to 5.2Ghz - Voltage 1.392v - CPU SA 1.2 - CPU IO 1.15 - CPU PLL OC 1.13 - LLC mode 4
  2. Looks like bad contact with the cooler.
  3. Running 5.1 for 4 years now, got some new memory and did a quick cache overclock. Result is not really stunning, more like dissapointing, but might as well show it here. Memory overclock is just a quick working solution as for now. Going to increase the clockspeed and tighten the timings soon. Validation: https://valid.x86.fr/r85fh6 Temps: - Idle around 20c - Load after 1 hour of gaming 50c Voltage settings: - CPU 1.36v --> bumps up to 1.376v - CPU SA 1.2 - CPU IO 1.15 - CPU PLL OC 1.13 - LLC mode 4 EDIT: New score I managed to squeeze 2700+ points in R20. - CPU set to 5.2Ghz - Voltage 1.392v - CPU SA 1.2 - CPU IO 1.15 - CPU PLL OC 1.13 - LLC mode 4 Validation: https://valid.x86.fr/ypv28v
  4. Changing the voltages to VCCIO 1.2v and VCCSA 1.25v does not change anything when it comes down to stability. I also tried: - Setting a fixed 2000mhz to all cores - Setting a fixed 2133mhz to memory - Setting a power-saving mode None helped and just as soon as i enable more than 2 cores the PC just wont boot. No matter what i change and where i am trying to boot to.
  5. OK, so i have done the following: - Reseating - Removing 1 module - Tested both modules in all available slots - Testing 1, 2, 3, all cpu cores again with each module - Disable Speedstep - Disable Turboboost I know the memory works fine, this is defenitely not the issue. Memory runs on stick speed. Issue still exsists. EDIT: Just ran a Cinebench R20 test with the following setup: - 2 cores enabled - Speedstep enabled - Turboboost enabled - Both 8Gb modules installed for in total 16Gb at 2133mhz (stock) Idle temps are 21c, load temps are 31c. Test completed succesfully with a whopping 492 points (whew)
  6. I will try this later. 4.40am right now. Tomorrow you’ll get a response
  7. IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL, SYSTEM_SERVICE_EXCEPTION and MEMORY_MANAGEMENT have all shown up when booting. I tried BluescreenView but it did not save the BSOD to the minidump folder. I have reseated the CPU about 5 times in total. Changing the voltage to 1.35 and 1.4 only made it last longer to 'survive' but the system still froze. *EDIT: I have been able to retreive two dump files and have added them to this post. W10.txt 021720-3296-01.dmp 021720-3562-01.dmp
  8. Unfortunately this is not a succes. It's defenitely not my powersupply since this one has been used for a couple years under heavy conditions and should not cause any issue with this low-powered CPU. *I set the idle voltage to 1.3 too and it loaded into Windows till i got a BSOD. Might be something wrong with the powermanagement itself i assume?
  9. I can confirm that installation is completed with only 1 core active and currently Windows running on 2 cores. Anything above will not work and freeze once booting to Windows.
  10. Still does not boot to the USB stick with bootable Windows. Just to give it a try i tried booting to the fresh Windows installation but this does not work either. Is there a possibility that one of the cores died and that disabling cores could fix my issue? *EDIT: I disabled all cores but one and it seems that i am now able to boot to the USB stick. I will install a new version of Windows and then re-enable all cores.
  11. Unfortunately, this results in an endless view of the ASUS bootlogo. Is it normal that the SSD where my fresh Windows is installed onto dissappears from the bootmenu once i disable CSM? *Maybe important to note is that Secure Boot is enabled and i am unable to disable this. Only option i have is OS Type Other OS / Windows UEFI Mode
  12. It's set to both Legacy and UEFI. I just wanted to update my reaction: I managed to boot to the SSD without instantly booting to the BIOS. However. Booting to the SSD also results in either a stuck blue flag or infinite loading icon. *Same thing applies for the USB.
  13. I have done that and it's booting to it but gets stuck in forever loading.
  14. The SSD installed is a fresh install of Windows. I can however make a bootable Windows USB and show you the result but i am sure it will give the same result.
  15. That is enabled and it still will not boot. It goes straight into BIOS. Look at the video attached (don't mind the quality) Video.mov
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