Question Bsod stop code

Bobas1

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Hello!

Few days ago i formated all my drives and reinstalled win10. Everything seemed fine.
Then yesterday, i saw new bios version (5407) on asus site, and updated it. All my OC settings got reset, so i started playing with it. I think i used all the settings just how they were before. Again, everything was fine.
Then i wanted to check stability with aida64, and after a few munutes i got BSOD stop code memory management. After restarting, i ran aida64 and got error. After that i tried prime95, just to get error again, but only on my worker4. So i started it again and got the same BSOD again. I've been looking for solutions for hours, but nothing worked.
Things i tried:
-Memory diagnostic tool - no error;
-Disk check (all drives)- no error;
-Check for updates - no luck;
-Crystal disk info - showed 197 relocated sectors on my empty HDD
My gpu drivers are adrenalin 2020. I first updated latest chipset driver.
I'm running out of ideas!

My rig:

https://www.userbenchmark.com/UserRun/23929245

My OC settings: 3.9ghz cpu (1.4 vcore), gpu is on auto with gfx and soc on 1.1 (maybe i should increase soc a bit?), ram is on 3066mhz (1.39 dram).
Performance boost - off
Global C state - off
LLRC - medium

Any idea if i perhaps did something wrong?
 

Bobas1

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Out of all possible solutions, i didn't try the most obvious one first.
After work, I'm going to revert bios settings back to defaults and see what happens. Is it possible that my previous bios version had better OC potential?
 

Bobas1

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Does it happen when you run the default bios settings?

Perhaps the bios update worked against you and now the mixed memory isn't getting along?
Hey people, when i revert bios to default, i get no errors. I think i was just too aggressive with my cpu and ram OC. I incresased LLC to higher level, and it was better. Also, i had to increase soc to 1.19 and set soc LLC to higher level, and it seems fine.
But I'm not sure is it safe to have soc and vcore so high PLUS setting their LLC to more aggressive?
 
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zx128k

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Hey people, when i revert bios to default, i get no errors. I think i was just too aggressive with my cpu and ram OC. I incresased LLC to higher level, and it was better. Also, i had to increase soc to 1.19 and set soc LLC to higher level, and it seems fine.
But I'm not sure is it safe to have soc and vcore so high PLUS setting their LLC to more aggressive?
If you update your bios you have to start over with any overclock. BIOS changes affect how voltages are controlled and affect memory stability. There are also micro code changes which affect overclocks as well. It's not a matter of being too aggressive. Even a modest overclock can become unstable.

Sometimes you get lucky and a bios update will work better and you will be able to get a high overclock.

This is why an overclocker will pick the best overclocking bios for a board and never change it. Every time you change your bios you have to run 8 hours of stress testing just to make sure everything is stable.
 

Bobas1

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Thanks. I understand what you're saying. But curently for me, is it safe to leave soc and vcore on this value PLUS setting their LLC to high?
 

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