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I was however able to play Witcher 3 for an hour with no issues. I think i will order another manufactor. This way I will have a complete separate set of parts to test with. I noticed that the Image Editing and OpenCL portions of the run, my VID voltage seemed to top out around 1.378v but with the H.264 test and the Heavy Multitasking sections, Source

Just as well you figured it out by by yourself. I didn't overclock the old one, it actually worked for one day after build (i played games, surfed in the internet etc.) and the next day bluescreens started to happen. I placed an order for some new RAM to see if that makes a difference. As I said in my 1st post the BSOD/Freeze was random and sometimes the system could boot into Windows and remain on the desktop as long as I didn't launch any http://www.sevenforums.com/bsod-help-support/379234-bsod-fresh-skylake-computer-build.html

I was extremely careful when installing cpu in the socket, so i don't think i would have damaged it somehow. This is similar to when you exit games. I must send back PC to diagnostics, but I don't have time for it. @Xeonnemesis I hope new parts will be ok... running only a single core.

Please check out our forum guidelines for info related to our community. [Need help] How likely to get a bad CPU? RMA started and I don't have a guilty conscience about returning them due to the second stick that didn't have pressure on it throwing errors as well. New Build BSOD after ten minutes every time after a cold boot solved HELP: Various BSOD eactly 1:30 after boot every time, hardware issue? Thanks for looking into this, everyone.

Mar 13, 2016 at 6:38 PM #25 Mathias EnggĂĄrd New Member Joined: Mar 13, 2016 Messages: 1 (0.00/day) Thanks Received: 0 There it is.. Windows programs would randomly hang but no blue screens. not a faulty unit, unless it has been damaged during the manufacture or the packaging, which would be unlikely since i don't think anything with a damaged die would pass the http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-2826161/windows-skylake-build-bsod-time-game.html Now here is the really crazy part...it's stable.

I've already swapped out the RAM and mainboard so I'm slowly getting pissed. Any changes I make end up crashing RealBench and in some cases causing a BSOD, most commonly for a “page fault in nonpaged area wof.sys” error. Welcome to Intel's 14nm. They live very well through (moderate) abuse and are very reliably sorted at manufacturing.

Make sure you're using the latest. http://www.techsupportforum.com/forums/f299/bsod-on-new-skylake-win-10-pro-build-and-irql_not_less_or_equal-ntoskrnl-exe-1042929.html I still have an issue but I feel like I will be able to narrow it down a bit. I received my board back from Asus with no description as to what was done/found with it, I can only presume that they tested it and did not find anything wrong I want send back whole PC, but I just don't have time for it (about 3-4 weeks without computer).

But GRACEFULLY i found that post again and saw your comments :-) GREAT! this contact form My last build was based on Z97 which is now my work PC. PC showing as other device [SOLVED] Gigabit not working Display freezes Website hosted on Australian... Motherboards, memory and storage are a lot more likely to fail.

I updated all my drivers from the Asus Maximus VIII Gene site for chipset, etc. Current Situation: At this point, the only way I can keep the system stabile is for everything in the BIOS to be set to stock defaults. I entered UEFI and assume that this option is located under the "OC tweaker" tab? have a peek here I'm...

cadaveca, rtwjunkie and ne6togadno say thanks. This is at the stock 4.2 turbo clock and balanced windows power settings.The VID voltages seem to drop under load during handbrake staying under 1.3v and at times I’m seeing a Temps were never a problem, 68-70c under stress testing.

there is a compatibility list (QVL) it's not for nothing (actually my retailer did choose the wrong RAM, hence the "he did swap the 2 kits without question and cost added"

I got freezes on desktop although i didn't execute any program, sometimes computer froze right after Windows startup or even at the startup. Maybe the best option is to send cpu straight back to Intel because retailers don't have a time or interest. LCD/CRT Model: Philips 273E3LH 27" 1920x1080 1ms/Toshiba 32L1343DG 1920x1080/8"1920x1200/5.5" 1920x1080 Case: Cougar Panzer Max! /none/well... /All Aluminum/well ... I got BSOD during installation (ntfs.sys error).

No overclocks at all as I'm still trying for stability. I will do that on the Asus just to be sure. Attached Files PERFMON Report.rar (95.7 KB, 19 views) SysnativeFileCollectionApp.zip (638.5 KB, 335 views) Remove Advertisements Sponsored Links TechSupportForum.com Advertisement 09-10-2015, 11:36 AM #2 fallenbuddhist Registered Member Join Check This Out Thanks redditors.

Btw. Have you run memtest on each stick individualy? Thoughts So Far: * Right now I think I have eliminated the bad memory possibility with the memtest results, but not sure that's 100%? 7 hours running and zero errors gives