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CPU 1.7V VCore after wake from sleep and BSOD soon after

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Hi, 

I seem to be having an issue with waking from sleep as the detected voltage goes to 1.704V after waking from sleep. It's happened three times now and its getting annoying. Soon after waking, it has a BSOD with WHEA_UNCORRECTABLE_ERROR and after it restarts, its completely stable until the next time it wakes from sleep again.

 

Can anyone help me figure out why this happens?

 

NB: My normal voltage is 1.355V.

 

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Hi, 

I seem to be having an issue with waking from sleep as the detected voltage goes to 1.704V after waking from sleep. It's happened three times now and its getting annoying. Soon after waking, it has a BSOD with WHEA_UNCORRECTABLE_ERROR and after it restarts, its completely stable until the next time it wakes from sleep again.

 

Can anyone help me figure out why this happens?

 

NB: My normal voltage is 1.355V.

 

1.355V is high for everyday use  in the first place.  you may have damaged the cpu or the board over the long term.

 

legopc is correct reset cmos, remove overclock and tune it in again.

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1.355V is high for everyday use  in the first place.  you may have damaged the cpu or the board over the long term.

 

legopc is correct reset cmos, remove overclock and tune it in again.

It didn't happen before and I have used these settings for quite a while now. At first I thought it was the RAM so i downclocked that to 1600MHz.

 

In my opinion 1.355V is well within safe limits for Sandy Bridge-E, I have done much higher voltages than this before.

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1.355V is high for everyday use  in the first place.  you may have damaged the cpu or the board over the long term.

 

legopc is correct reset cmos, remove overclock and tune it in again.

1.355v is perfectly safe for Sandy Bridge

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I have also noticed Intel Watchdog fails after sleep (According to XTU) which may be the reason why it BSODs.

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reset cmos? and update bios 

Sounds good to me! :D

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OK I reset BIOS settings and there is still a vcore increase. I am acutally quite concerned now as it doesn't appear to be a false reading. The temperatures are much higher than normal (15C+ on idle and hits 83C just opening and closing stuff and my normal max load temp is only 71C). I have no idea what is causing this.

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  • 4 weeks later...

Small update:

It turns out that power savings mode in the BIOS caused it to spike every time. This happened with older BIOS versions as well

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