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    Z370-F / 8350k & OC (help..?)

    Hi,

    Couple months back i got a bundle with 8350k + z370f and a pair of sticks. I have my settings on XMP and ratio on 42, everything is stable and allright until...

    I up the ratio to anything over 42 and i get a 0xc00000e "recovery" bluescreen, is this problem because of my 960 NVME ssd ?

    I need to default everything first to normal(fan curves etcetc.) and then enable xmp/ratio 42 to even get into windows.

    Will a bios update help me with this issue ? Feels pointless to have my NH-15 in use with this setup since i cant get a high enough temperature to make up for it =).

    Thanks in advance.
    G75VX-T4106H + Samsung 840 250GB SSD (Windows 7)

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    Are you just increasing the ratio or are you also tuning vcore?

    You need to elaborate on these things if you want help.

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    Ive tried running with auto or 1.35 flat, the problem is that everything "boots up" like it should, but once its supposed to load windows i get a 0xc000000e recovery bluescreen, like it could not find my medium (960 nvme ssd). I need to reset everything to default before it will boot to windows again.

    Usually or atleast with my 4690k @ 4.8 it wouldnt even go that far, because i had to clear cmos and start again. But this is grinding my gear so to speak.

    G.Skill 16GB (2x8GB), Ripjaws V, DDR4 3200MHz, CL16
    Samsung 250GB 960 EVO SSD -drive, M.2, NVMe, 3200/1500 MB/s

    + Z370-F + 8350k @ 4.2 (Auto atm.)

    Edit, also should i enable the CPU over voltage jumper on the top of the MB ?
    Last edited by bjurn; 12-04-2017 at 01:23 PM.
    G75VX-T4106H + Samsung 840 250GB SSD (Windows 7)

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    Problem solved when updated the bios to newest, no random bluescreens.
    G75VX-T4106H + Samsung 840 250GB SSD (Windows 7)

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