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BSOD - A Clock Interrupt Was Not Received On A Secondary Processor (AMD FX-6100)

AMD has *never* done anything like that). Reply Dz0 says: February 6, 2012 at 6:30 pm Just wanted to say Thanks. Next time, read the article. Okay now thats out of the way, is there a way i could check the stability or the "integrity" of the CPU? his comment is here

SLI? If you still get the error with the VCORE back at 1.39, drop your OC a multiplier and see if that does it. But I can reproduce the above bsod just by launching Portal 2, Deus EX Hr, and Homefront in Steam. on load?

This is a joke, I can play GTA4EFLC nearly without any problems, and the only lag spikes are related to texture loading. Privacy statement  © 2017 Microsoft. All Rights Reserved Tom's Hardware Guide ™ Ad choices Toggle navigation Where to Buy Facebook Youbube MSI VR PRODUCTS GAMING Laptops GT Series GS Series GE Series GP Series GL Series Is there any way to lower draw distance more than game allows?

Fan error + "a clock interrupt was not received on a secondary processor" Clock interrupt not received on a secondary processor A clock interrupt was not received on a secondary processor loka, 2012 12.32 Could it be possible there is an issue because of your CPU? #1 Hatman Näytä profiili Näytä viestit 22. Reply Old Dude says: November 9, 2011 at 1:55 pm Just a follow up: With all 6 cores fully loaded with the above math process, the system crashed in less than It details specs and has nice pictures of the case.

Look for failsafe or stock settings.I'm actually kinda amazed you managed to update the bios yet don't know how to enter it. #8 Nooya Näytä profiili Näytä viestit 22. Should i lower my overclock? I returned the processor and got a new one of the same type. Password Site Map Posting Help Register Rules Today's Posts Search Site Map Home Forum Rules Members List Contact Us Community Links Pictures & Albums Members List Search Forums Show Threads

No crash. Update: Tomshardware is investigating the issue: http://www.tomshardware.com/news/STEAM-AMD-FX-Processors-BSOD-bios,15630.html AMD's KB article focuses solely on some boards with the 990FX chipset. Only the lucky few who survived the game would be digitized and sent to the virtual realm inside the box, never to return. But that means the system is faulty somehow.

Reply Scali says: December 1, 2012 at 12:55 pm You should use the latest official BIOS for your motherboard, which is version 1.80, which you can find here: http://www.asrock.com/mb/AMD/870%20Extreme3%20R2.0/?cat=Download&os=BIOS Reply teocamber99 With the TLB bug something like that would never happen, it would be too much of a coincidence. The people who contacted AMD about the issue (reviewers and forum users alike), all say that AMD thinks it's a problem with the CPU, and that the CPU should be RMA'ed. This is the same for both pcs which are of identical spec..

But problem still remains and im getting flustrated more and more : ( ... this content The biggest ‘fanboy marketer' of them all, John Fruehe, still works at AMD as director of marketing. If you still get the error with the VCORE back at 1.39, drop your OC a multiplier and see if that does it. I had no idea.

I pulled out my system and simply swapped the FX-8120 I was using for a Phenom II X6 1100T I had on my shelf. If you don't realize you're in the wrong place, perhaps you should ask JFAMD why. I am starting to wonder if AMD released a defective cpu. weblink A faster CPU doesn't result in higher framerates, it just results in the CPU waiting on the GPU even longer.

I will update the post when I hear from AMD. loka, 2012 12.36 Hmm, tricky. SpladamB says: April 25, 2012 at 11:47 pm Make sure your Bios is the same revision as your mobo, ran into that problem before, some updates won't work and can even

I have the Asrock 970 Extreme3 edition, so your mileage may vary depending on which edition you have - but ‘step' updating the BIOS seems to have fixed this issue for

Reply Old Dude says: November 24, 2011 at 2:25 pm OK. I would NOT recommend one of them to anyone, for that I would suggest Intel or x6 Phenom 2's. You should then see an option somewhere (an F-key usually) to load failsafe settings. Goddamnit Carmack.

Overclocking at it's very core is trading the life-span of something, for more performance now. Viimeisin muokkaaja on Nooya; 22. Been doing all sorts of research on what the problem is, but so far I haven't scene anything that fixes this. check over here The hardware.fr review says that AMD has been able to reproduce the bug, and is working on a fix.

What does this mean? Reply Scali says: October 20, 2011 at 2:01 pm It's not a Windows 7 bug. I'm glad someone found a f ix for this problem, and it didn't require a CPU recall. That probably means that they know it doesn't work, but there won't be a BIOS update to fix that.

Reply Blowdozer Sucks says: November 22, 2011 at 10:48 am lol to anyone who bought a Bulldozer. you will need to access BIOS and turn off the Turbo Boost!then give it a retest and see if it keeps doing the A clock interrupt was not received on a loka, 2012 10.15 could you list your system specifications? My CPU is well under 60 on load, and most i5-2500k's with stock fans operate at 70 ish right?

AMD's next-generation architecture takes 8-core pr More on AMD FD6300WMHKBOX FX-6300 6-Core Pr Price: $80.99 Cooler Master Heatsink Cooling Fan Cooler Master AMD Heatsink CPU Cooling Fan for AMD FX 6100 After that, windows works okay again. blackpointTM11-16-2011, 11:41 AMYes im Seriously :o:)You Greenhorn with FX-8120 :P if you have Overclocked your system To much change it back first because Overclocking can Freeze your system all Times. But as much as I wanted to hate AMD for this bullshit, (and they in turn fired their entire marketing and PR divisions, which I believe was made up of mostly

Now, what is happening here? Where my BSOD's were quite often no matter what i did. Reply peter ritter says: March 20, 2012 at 8:29 am hi I think you are right.