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Issue after overclock on i58600k

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Hey guys after freshly installing windows, I overclocked my i58600k to 4.9 at 1.35 volts. It runs fine and passed the intel burn test, and there didn't seem to be any issues. However, my pc will periodically freeze for a second or two stopping all function then going back to normal. I'm not sure what is causing this and doesn't seem to be triggered by anything in specific, games will run fine for hours only to have this random freeze occur.Same thing happening with normal use and browsing the internet. This is still happening after doing some tweaking as the initial overclock was 5ghz but was clocked down due to intel burn test failure. I'm new to overclocking and am just wondering what this problem could be caused by? Is it the CPU itself or maybe the new install of windows is just botched.

 

Cpu- I58600k.

Motherboard- Z370 Gaming plus 

Ram - 2400 ddr4 16 gigs 

Graphics-  1080 

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Posted · Original PosterOP
5 hours ago, Applefreak said:

How do you cool the cpu and what are your temperatures. Also did you delid the cpu yet?

I have a cooler master liquid cooler. I idle around 40 and get up high 70.  Yes I did delid it

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Try decreasing the clock to 4.8 and if that does not make it stable try increasing the voltage but only a bit. It may do well in benchmarks or tests but in the real world it can still be unstable.

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Posted · Original PosterOP
2 hours ago, Applefreak said:

Try decreasing the clock to 4.8 and if that does not make it stable try increasing the voltage but only a bit. It may do well in benchmarks or tests but in the real world it can still be unstable.

So is this 100% caused by the oc then?

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