Irql_not_less_or_equal overclock

That BSOD deserve to take place randomly as soon as mechanism is unsecure for any type of factor. Many most likely you either require more volts or much less clocks. What is the actual voltage it is running at (under load)? 85C is hotter than"d I"d like for lengthy term stcapability.

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Edit: have to include, I doubt it is the ram, it"s pretty slow and safe.


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That BSOD deserve to occur randomly as soon as device is unstable for any kind of factor. Many likely you either require even more volts or much less clocks. What is the actual voltage it is running at (under load)? 85C is hotter than"d I"d prefer for lengthy term stcapacity.

 

Edit: need to include, I doubt it is the ram, it"s pretty slow-moving and also safe.


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Posted December 12, 2017
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16 minutes ago, porina said:

That BSOD deserve to take place randomly as soon as mechanism is unsecure for any reason. Many most likely you either require more volts or less clocks. What is the actual voltage it is running at (under load)? 85C is hotter than"d I"d prefer for lengthy term stability.

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Edit: need to include, I doubt it is the ram, it"s pretty slow and safe.


Hmmm interesting....in that situation, my chip is not 5ghz capable.

I knew someone"s gonna ask for voltage while in fill....hopefully you"re all set for this....it"s at 1.408.

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I understand it"s high for stock/auto-volts. I will start tweaking.

 

Thank you so much



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