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event viewer WHEA error "event id 19" "Processor ID: 0"

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event viewer giving me some errors. And i cleared the log, upped the volts, and prime is now running smooth and no choppiness when moving windows around fast (before it would lagg then sometimes crash explorer.exe while prime / IBT running)

Well even though im at 1.305 volts (cpu-z) and 1.2960 (AID64) i still get these errors while running prime. No more "RED!" errors but the yellow ones seem to be not good / related to overclocking.

I will tomorrow morning after prime passes testing while i sleep, remove the overclock, clear the log and using stock / a lower OC test the event viewer.

I just learned to look for WHEA errors while overclocking, though all seems stable i would like to not have these pop up. and every time an error code 19 pops up i get an "information" one pop up too with event id 7036 (below are some quotes that show up when i click each one)

"The WinHTTP Web Proxy Auto-Discovery Service service entered the stopped state."
"The Diagnostic System Host service entered the stopped state."
"The Application Experience service entered the running state."
"The Tablet PC Input Service service entered the running state."


the above 4 quotes come from the event id 7036 (though they don't seem important / may just be just a normal event logging)

but the event id 19 is the one im concerned with

"A corrected hardware error has occurred.

Reported by component: Processor Core
Error Source: Corrected Machine Check
Error Type: Internal parity error
Processor ID: 0

The details view of this entry contains further information. "

MciStat 0x9000004000010005
System


(then if i view the friendly view details i get the below information)

Provider
[ Name] Microsoft-Windows-WHEA-Logger
[ Guid] {C26C4F3C-3F66-4E99-8F8A-39405CFED220}

EventID 19
Version 0
Level 3
Task 0
Opcode 0

Keywords 0x8000000000000000

- TimeCreated
[SystemTime] 2014-02-16T07:17:26.814105900Z
EventRecordID 67920

- Correlation
[ ActivityID] {4993E03A-DA30-46DA-9D22-B5AF59317BDE}

- Execution
[ ProcessID] 1760
[ ThreadID] 5816


after some research I've found that it relates to overclocking and that lowering the oc / upping the volts will fix it but im not that high of an overclock / no prime errors after 6 hours blend and 2 hours in place ftt (still going)

has anyone else found a fix for this that isn't upping the volts?

messing with the PLL volts? memory frequency being lowered from 1600 to 1333?

System specs

i5 3570K @ 4.5Ghz
asrock z77 extreme4
ZALMAN CNPS9700
RAM below
G.SKILL Ripjaws Series 8GB (2 x 4GB) 240-Pin DDR3 SDRAM DDR3 1600 (PC3 12800) Desktop Memory Model F3-12800CL9D-8GBRL
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  1. What version of Windows do you have (8, 8.1, 7, vista, xp etc.)?
  2. sorry it's windows 7 pro SP 1 64 bit

    thanks for the reply
  3. does lowering the memory frequency (is that what it is called? the 800MHz [really 1600 mhz]) actually make for a more stable overclock. i was able to bump it up to 1800 mhz with 11-11-11-28 1N but then i lowered it back to stock.. but if i went even lower to 1333 mhz would i be able to get a few more mhz out of the processor? is that how it works or is that only the old days of overclocking the FSB ?
  4. http://s23.postimg.org/6ub6h0cnd/upload_volts_info.png

    is a screenshot of cpu-z
    extreme tuner from asrock
    AID64
    with "core temp" in the bottom right near clock
  5. BirdsOfWar said:
    does lowering the memory frequency (is that what it is called? the 800MHz [really 1600 mhz]) actually make for a more stable overclock. i was able to bump it up to 1800 mhz with 11-11-11-28 1N but then i lowered it back to stock.. but if i went even lower to 1333 mhz would i be able to get a few more mhz out of the processor? is that how it works or is that only the old days of overclocking the FSB ?


    No, that'd still work quite well. But, since you've got Windows 7, it would be pretty hard! Windows xp is better with overclocking FSBs. It doesn't matter too much, though.
  6. yeah i was told not to mess with my BLCK or BCLK whatever it was.. (which is FSB now?) since it overclocks everything and put extra stress on components that shouldn't .. and

    or were you saying that lowering memory frequency helps..

    or both haha :)

    Thanks! PlzAnswer i will mark your answer as solution once i get a few more replies!
  7. Best answer
    BirdsOfWar said:
    yeah i was told not to mess with my BLCK or BCLK whatever it was.. (which is FSB now?) since it overclocks everything and put extra stress on components that shouldn't .. and

    or were you saying that lowering memory frequency helps..

    or both haha :)

    Thanks! PlzAnswer i will mark your answer as solution once i get a few more replies!


    Thanks!:) Glad to help!
  8. Anyone know how to get rid of these errors. I upped volts to point where temps are too high still getting them so I stopped. But I should be able to get 4.5 ghz by adding volts if 4.4 is stable on stock volts.

    What is a good LLC setting for asrock z77 extreme4. The guide I read was 2 but others say to turn it off.

    What is off? Level 5 is what I was reading but the graph shows level 5 as \ where level one was ----

    I would think ---- means no drop. Bah so confusing.
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