Recently I have been having random crashes or BSODs while gaming on my PC. After going the the BIOS and adjust a few options, it seems turning off Intel(R) Turbo Boost Technology from my BIOS solved it, but I'm sure it was not supposed to happen in the first place. What can I do to make it not crash under Turbo Boost? I have also reinstalled windows and reset this BIOS settings before.
Windows 10 Home 64-bit
Intel Core i7-8700 CPU @ 3.20GHz
Crucial 16GB DDR4-2666 UDIMM
Stock cpu cooler (Intel)
Vector G750 CPA-0750GFV-U51
NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2070 8GB (ROG STRIX)
Toshiba DT01ACA200 2TB SATA HDD
Motherboard: GIGABYTE H310M-DS2 (it's also new)
BIOS Version/Date American Megatrends Inc. F4, 6/14/2018
Windows version: Version 10.0.17763 Build 17763
APC INDEX MISMATCH
DPC WATCHDOG VIOLATION
MACHINE CHECK EXCEPTION
WHEA UNCORRECTABLE ERROR
Crashdump of a recent crash:
- Try to monitor the CPU temperature, while gaming with Turbo Boost Technology enabled.
- You may monitor the CPU temperature using HWmonitor application https://www.cpuid.com/downloads/hwmonitor/hwmonitor_1.40.zip (or, any other application you prefer).
- The temperatures seem to be in permitted range. So, probably the cooling is O.K.
- Please download Intel Processor Diagnostic Tool, install it and run the test : https://downloadcenter.intel.com/downloads/eula/19792/Intel-Processor-Diagnostic-Tool?httpDown=https...
Am I wrong, but I see only one file attached. For your information, in this forum you can only attach one file to the post. If you want attach more, you need to archive them into zip file. However, I understand that your computer passed the test also with Turbo Boot enabled ? If the answer is positive, I would try to borrow other memory module (and yes, I'm aware that you conducted memtest).
Sorry, I should have redirected to this post: https://forums.intel.com/s/question/0D70P000006FlDZSA0 where the zip is located.
Regarding 'borrowing other memory module', does this mean i have to test with a different RAM memory stick ?
Thanks for all your help!
The test I have ran includes the Intel Diagnostic Test as well as the Windows Memory Diagnostic Tool. The Intel Diagnostic Test was ran multiple times with no errors found. The test I was stuck on was the Windows Memory Diagnostic Tool.
Recently I borrowed a new RAM stick from someone I know, and running it as usual still gave me crashes.
My graphics card is running on recommended settings from the NVidia GeForce Experience application and has not been overclocked.
Sorry I usually take long to reply, the time is used to stress test the computer.
The last change I did was putting Extreme Memory Profile into Profile 1 in the BIOS and setting memory clock to 2667MHz (previously 2400) and it didn't seem to solve the crash.