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System Service Exception BSOD after CPU Upgrade

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Hi all, I've just upgraded my cpu from a 6600 to a 6700k, I used Coolermaster MasterGel Pro paste and used the line method, the system has been very stable for the past 24hours, I have ran Cinebench a few times concurrently and seeing the highest of 71c rapidly cooling to ambient due to my aggressive fan curve in my QFan Controller on my bios.

 

However, today in Fallout 4 I got a BSOD - System Service Exception (i run latest public release Windows 10 Home) having not had this BSOD before on this system, could this be a IRQ Conflict or something more concerning?

PC - NZXT H510 Elite, Ryzen 5600, 16GB DDR3200 2x8GB, EVGA 3070 FTW3 Ultra, Asus VG278HQ 165hz,

 

Mac - 1.4ghz i5, 4GB DDR3 1600mhz, Intel HD 5000.  x2

 

Endlessly wishing for a BBQ in space.

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Hmmm do you have the latest bios and drivers?

FOLDING MONTH 2021! GOGOGO and save on some heating costs 🙂

 

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I've version 3610 which came out April 2018, is one more version newer.  Driver wise Asus have not pushed a new chipset driver in a good while. (may 2018)

PC - NZXT H510 Elite, Ryzen 5600, 16GB DDR3200 2x8GB, EVGA 3070 FTW3 Ultra, Asus VG278HQ 165hz,

 

Mac - 1.4ghz i5, 4GB DDR3 1600mhz, Intel HD 5000.  x2

 

Endlessly wishing for a BBQ in space.

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