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PC Freeze (CPU Overclock problem)

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Hello my PC keeps crashing and I'm assuming it's my CPU because that's the only thing that has changed.

 

What happens: Usually when I stop doing stuff my PC will crash, example was watching youtube paused and left my PC for a minute and it crashed assuming maybe its something to do with voltage idk. I also have run benchmarks in games and it seems to be fine so I am pretty confused.

 

Specs:

OS: Windows 10

CPU: i5 8600k 

RAM: 16GB DDR4 3200mhz 

motherboard: ASRock Z370M Pro4

GPU: GTX 1080 MSI

 

(I have checked the storage drives with a crucial storage benchmark and I don't think its them)

 

 

Alright here is the screenshots of my CPU settings (sorry if they are shit)

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I changed the fixed voltage increasing it to 1.39 and its crashing btw so idk if theres anything here u guys can spot instantly or any advice or links to threads if not ill keep searching

 

this usually doesnt have a specific time just usally after i stop doing stuff 

 

thansk

my bad if this is in the wrong section or something sorry mods etc 

(now have hwinfo64 sensors open so can check what the temps are, voltage etc when it crashes again ) 

 

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reset the cmos and tell me here


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use a llc with less vdroop (high vdroop is usually the cause of idle crashes), not sure if thats llc1 or llc3 on z370 , u definitely don't need 1.3v to run 4.4, make sure ur vrm isn't overheating, if thats the case, more voltage might make it worse.


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old rig 8600k d15 evga 1080 ti hybrid  z370 extreme 4 2x8gb ddr3000 512gb nvme evo+ 860 evo 500gb raid 0 evga p2 1000w 

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Update:

 

My bios has 'optimized easy overclock' preset options like 4.6ghz etc, I clicked these then clicked disable and it seems like it went back to default stock ish CPU settings.

 

I set LLC to 1 (as suggested)

 

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Well also tried LLC on auto and im still getting crashes, but also now Im getting them in game sometimes as well although possibly the game could be considered idle at some parts idk

 

inside a-tuning app

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and hwinfo (current, minimum maxium average) (just opened but averages explained below)

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not sure which one is VRM or maybe my motherboard doesnt have access to seeing it idk as far as temperatures go the CPU reaches like 60cish and then peaked at like 80c when it was previously overclocked and motherboard itself was reaching 50C i believe im gonna keep chekcing these to double check but im pretty sure these is around average

 

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