DPC_Watchdog_Violation on Clevo P775DM3

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  1. hendenburg2

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    So whenever I play Destiny 2 or ME:A, the game will run for 10-15 minutes and then it will crash with the BSOD error "DPC_Watchdog_Violation". Older games like ME3 don't cause the error.

    Relevant info for my build is:
    Maker: HIDEvolution
    Shell: Clevo P775DM3
    Processor: i7-7700K
    GPU: NVidia GTX 1060
    RAM: 16GB DDR4 4200 MHz
    Storage: 256 GB M.2 SSD for the boot drive, 1 TB HDD

    Temps (using Hardware Monitor Pro)
    Processor (package): 78C. Also, I do not have overclocking enabled.
    GPU: 55C


    I've gone around and checked a variety of potential causes, and the fixes that I have tried so far include:
    -Making sure all drivers are updated
    -Setting ATA/ATAPI drivers to "standard SATA AHCI controller"
    -Rolling back NVidia Driver
    -Checked all drivers from the Clevo website, mine are all newer versions
    -Ran chkdsk /f /r, no reported errors
    -Ran mdsched.exe, no reported errors.

    None have worked, Microsoft support says to check hardware, and HIDEvolution doesn't have tech support on weekends.
     
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    Are running at stock clocks and voltage?

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    Hardware Monitor Pro has the processor running at 4.7 GHz, 1.25 V
     
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    Perhaps raise the voltage a little bit?

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    How? I've never really tried modifying the CPU or GPU clock speeds or voltages, always figured that was best left to professionals
     
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    Yeah that VCORE is way too low for 4.7ghz on 70% of kabys. 4.7 is not stock at all.... You want to set it to 1.3v, 1.35v is safest top end for 24/7 on these laptops I would be concerned with 1.4 even though it is also safe and lots of motherboards default it to 1.38v... You will want to boot into bios again first and report back if you can even set vcore options since its from HID it may have prema in there otherwise you will want to use our lord and savior of an app...Throttlestop.
     
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    How would I go about doing that? I definitely have Prema, but as I said earlier, Never tried playing around with voltage settings.
     
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    @Kittys 1.3v seems really high for a 7700K delidded CPU.
    Even my BGA turd needs less voltage than that for 4.7 ghz.

    Papusan's 7700K can do 4.7 ghz at 1.20v if I recall.
    @Papusan ?
     
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    Yah and my 7700K can do 5 at 1.25v but not everyone gets a good bin... which is why lots of motherboards like ROG default it so high. 1.3 is still within lower end bin limitations...A really bad one would need 1.35v but I doubt thats the case here since it can boot into windows and everything but DPC violation means vcore for sure if he reinstalled gpu drivers and everything*
     
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    DPC watchdog violation?

    I don't think that's vcore.
    Vcore should cause "WHEA correctable errors" in event viewer or "WHEA uncorrectable error" (STOP 0x124 BSOD)".
    I've never seen such an error before and I've crashed many times because of vcore.

    @hendenburg2 Are you sure you disabled these settings?

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