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WHEA Uncorrectable Error in BF4

So I recently OC'd my i5-4670k and it was stable at 4.4ghz at 1.24v after 9-10hrs of stress testing. I'm also running a factory OC Galaxy GeForce GTX 770 HOF 2GB GDDR5 with no additional clocking. When playing Battlefield 4 I got a BSOD with WHEA_ Uncorrectable_Error. The temperatures on stress testing never pushed 71C, so heat shouldn't be an issue. I'm using a push/pull EVO Hyper 212. Could all of the bugginess in BF4 cause this or am I looking at a hardware issue? I'm fairly new to all of this, so I apologize in advance for any necessary hand holding. Thanks!
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  1. If the problem is only in BF4, then I would suspect it is a game glitch. Are you having issues with any other games/applications?
  2. COLGeek said:
    If the problem is only in BF4, then I would suspect it is a game glitch. Are you having issues with any other games/applications?


    Yeah, I haven't had this issue with any other program. I stress tested both the CPU and GPU without issue. I have seen other people get BSOD with BF4, but not this error. I guess I'll have to wait for a patch and see.
    Thanks.
  3. Kratos119 said:
    COLGeek said:
    If the problem is only in BF4, then I would suspect it is a game glitch. Are you having issues with any other games/applications?


    Yeah, I haven't had this issue with any other program. I stress tested both the CPU and GPU without issue. I have seen other people get BSOD with BF4, but not this error. I guess I'll have to wait for a patch and see.
    Thanks.


    Yea I've been having the same issue it's the WHEA error which happens whether I've overclocked to 3.9ghz or if I'm just on 3.7 so it's a weird one. +1 to the BF4 game glitch comment.
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    I don't think its a Battlefield 4 error. I get the same error in other games.

    I'm running my i5 4670k at 4.2ghz although I need about 1.225 volts to be stable. When I was trying to lower my voltage at 4.2ghz, I tried 1.215 and 1.200. I generally run a 10 minute intel tuning utility stress test and then jump into gaming as thats the most intensive thing I do on my pc. Usually within 30 minutes to an hour I would get the error. I haven't gotten it though at 1.225 volt which makes me think it was just unstable.

    I got the error in assassins creed 4 and bioshock infinite.
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