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    Jun 2017

    BSOD "clock watchdog timeout" with MCE enabled on ASUS board

    Hi, i don't know if it's in the right category but here's the thing: I set MCE to enabled, and so the i5-9600k run at 4.6ghz (max turbo for one core). The thing is the second i run Cinebench i have this BSOD "clock watchdog timeout". If it disable MultiCore Enhancement, it runs just fine. Is it a problem of MCE (i read that it is a little bit unstable) or is it a voltage problem? If i remember correctly i get 4.6ghz at 1.165v (i think it's enough, and i know it depends on the chip). I am not planning on running my system with MCE, but i don't like my machine to have BSOD's like this one. Another thing is that i am not planning on do any OC because i am kind of a noob in the filed. Thanks!!!

    P.S.: If i enable MultiCore Enhancement should i disable turbo boost and viceversa?
    P.S. 2: I have an i5-9600k, ASUS Maximus Hero XI, 2x8gb Crucial Ballistix, EVGA GTX 1070 ti SC, Bitfenix Whisper M 750w, Corsair H100i v2, Samsung EVO 840 250gb, Samsung EVO 860 1tb.
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