Try swapping power supply, this seems to be the biggest thing for unstable systems apparently (well at least new systems).--Oz-- wrote: ↑Feb 17 2020 1:15amUPDATE: Took a new 480gb ssd, loaded the latest 1909 win10, a couple reboots and all drivers are loaded, and the same "whea.unrecoverable.error" bsod started happening.--Oz-- wrote: ↑Jan 27 2020 10:30pmI found my notes on my Asus P6x58-e-pro with i7-980x/24gb/gtx480, trying win10 (v1709 two years ago) it randomly bsod (nothing like the bsod on i7-920 every hour). The i7-980x bsod gave "whea.unrecoverable.error". When I have time I will try the latest version of windows. I am going to need a psu as i robbed it for the new xeon.
I swapped the video card, loaded driver, and same,
swapped different ram, and then even down to just one stick,
even lowered the 1600 speed to 1333 and then 1033,
I started disabling onboard functions that I am not using (1394, serial port, etc),
then I disabled hyperthreading,
turning off any auto settings in bios,
Running stock freq settings, no OC.
Cpu is cold at under 50C, has huge heatsink/fan on it.
All the same bsod every 20 minutes or less.
Looking at win10 site, they say"
1. MBR or system file error. It boots fine every time, not sure what to do on this one?
2. BCD error.
3. Driver issue of hardware. I am using all win10 loaded drivers, so maybe this is the problem. Soon i will load all the drivers from Asus for my MB.
UPDATE: there is only one driver in the Asus Win10 support page, its for the realtek audio, loaded it, rebooted and with in 2 minutes bsod, help, lol.
I would also bump CPU/IO voltages across the board...Doesn't matter that its not overlocked, something is not working properly so try fixing it with more voltage. You got a premium MB you should be able to do that.
Like I said on my X58 motherboard I run the core CPU voltages past the "yellow" color, then past the purple color until its red voltages, and it runs fine. I would push everything up including PCIe slots etc up two "page up/+" voltage notches. And then see how it goes, and I would keep going if it's still not stable until almost everything is at least in "yellow" voltage colour.
Try cleaning memory/gfx card slot pins/CPU pins.