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I would like to gather more information regarding your system configuration, please provide the following information:
- Do you see any error message while the BSOD happens?
- Does the BSOD happen only while using these apps?
- What is the Intel® Turbo Boost Max Technology 3.0 version installed?
- What is the RAM brand and model you are using?
Please let me know the results of disabling the Intel® Turbo Boost Max Technology 3.0.
The BSOD error messages ive had are:
BSOD happens honestly at random times, i havent pinpointed an exact app. I usually have a majority of my professional apps open at once. So Adobe After Effects, Photoshop, Illustrator, and usually Cinema 4D also.
I have uninstalled the Turbo Boost Max 3 software, but as others have mentioned on these forums, it always appears every time you restart the system. It has the version 184.108.40.2063
My RAM is GSkill Trident Z 64GB DDR4-3200 (F4-3200C16Q-64GTZKW).
So far the system has been stable since yesterday when i reset my BIOS back to defaults and disabled Turbo Boost 3 through the BIOS. I will report back if i have another BSOD today.
I too have a x299 and Skylake-x cpu. And I had A LOT of blue screen (6 or 7 a day). But the solution is not to disable Intel Turbo boost. If you disable it your cpu will work less and will just have less chances for BSOD. If you don't use the cpu at full load, you will not get BSOD but we all want to use the cpu at full power or why do we pay that much to Intel?
I found the solution on Puget System website: https://www.pugetsystems.com/labs/support-hardware/WHEA-UNCORRECTABLE-ERROR-on-Gigabyte-x299-and-Skylake-X-SOLVED-1042/
And it works!!! No more BSOD for me and I even overclock my cpu (an i9-7980XE on Alienware Area 51 R4)
So I just increased my cpu voltage to 1200 (the default was 0) and I let the mode to adaptive (the default anyway). And from that point the BSOD stopped! So it's like the cpu are not having anough voltage for the turbo by default. So you need to give them more voltage or they simply don't work!
Then I wanted more juice so I tried to overclock the cpu and the BSODs were back. So I then lowered a bit my overclock and jalso put 5 in each of AVX offsets (there are 2 in my bios). And then it seems I no blue screen anymore even on overclock.
My BOSDs were happening when rendering with V-Ray in 3ds max.
Many people have this problem so it's really a flaw with Intel cpu so I hope they can correct this, I lost so much time trying to troublweshoot this: I changed my motherboard, changed my ram, reinstalled windows all possible ways, I spent days and days and days on this! For a cpu that I paid almost 3000$ that's quite disappointing to loose so much time...
Here are some links of other people having the same problem (but the best solution is from Puget Systems website (last link or see same link above):