Question Is My CPU Dying?

yullbarez

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Hi, i've had Intel Xeon X5450 it causes BSOD when it get under load at stock clock speeds. I've analysed the Minidump file and it causing CPU Cache. I've used it with OC for 6 months at 3.60 GHz with 1.51V. last 1 months it causing BSOD even at stock speeds. I'm suppose that the CPU is dying right now. I have not clue to what to do. If my CPU is failing i'll get new X5460 E0 CPU. It possible that the high voltage damaged CPU cache.

Minidump File: https://yadi.sk/d/yF00bSh4nhOvmA

Specs:
Intel Xeon X5450 CPU
Asus ROG Commando Mobo
Asus SilentMagic HD 3650 512MB 128-Bit GPU
6GB DDR2 800MHz (2GBX2 1GBX2) CL6 Kingston RAM
Samsung HD155UI 1.5 TB HDD1
Samsung HD250HJ 250 GB HDD2
SilverStone 700W 80+ Bronze PSU (New)
Windows 10 Pro 64-Bit OS

Thanks.
 

Zizo007

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Feb 23, 2019
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Hi, i've had Intel Xeon X5450 it causes BSOD when it get under load at stock clock speeds. I've analysed the Minidump file and it causing CPU Cache. I've used it with OC for 6 months at 3.60 GHz with 1.51V. last 1 months it causing BSOD even at stock speeds. I'm suppose that the CPU is dying right now. I have not clue to what to do. If my CPU is failing i'll get new X5460 E0 CPU. It possible that the high voltage damaged CPU cache.

Minidump File: https://yadi.sk/d/yF00bSh4nhOvmA

Specs:
Intel Xeon X5450 CPU
Asus ROG Commando Mobo
Asus SilentMagic HD 3650 512MB 128-Bit GPU
6GB DDR2 800MHz (2GBX2 1GBX2) CL6 Kingston RAM
Samsung HD155UI 1.5 TB HDD1
Samsung HD250HJ 250 GB HDD2
SilverStone 700W 80+ Bronze PSU (New)
Windows 10 Pro 64-Bit OS

Thanks.
1.51V? That's too much you probably killed it. The max I have seen is 1.4V for 4.12Ghz.

You can try booting with just 2x2Gb and test with memtest86+.
 

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