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Asus ROG STRIX G713IE reboots when playing(mostly with ntoskrnl.exe BSOD) or crushing game. HELP!!!!

AmirKGZ
Level 8

 My Asus ROG STRIX G713IE reboots when playing(mostly with ntoskrnl.exe BSOD) or crushing game. HELP me please i'm tired for searching any solution i tried a lot.

NOTE: PLease dont tell me chek disk restore health etc basic thing I HAVE DONE ALREADY a lot of thing to solve thins .

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DiabloPower
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Ordinarily it is a memory problem of some kind. And no, it does not mean your RAM have to be faulty! (that is just one possibility, of course)

The memory controller is build into the CPU so it could be the CPU, if not powered correctly it can cause problems of all sorts like this one as well. (power adapter problem) And there is also the possibility that your mainboard has a fault and just does not transmit the data without error.... (take your pick)

If you overclock in some way, that should be the first thing to reverse completely! (you can even try to underclock and therefore undervolt, this could help to identify the cause)

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AmirKGZ
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DiabloPower
Level 8

Ordinarily it is a memory problem of some kind. And no, it does not mean your RAM have to be faulty! (that is just one possibility, of course)

The memory controller is build into the CPU so it could be the CPU, if not powered correctly it can cause problems of all sorts like this one as well. (power adapter problem) And there is also the possibility that your mainboard has a fault and just does not transmit the data without error.... (take your pick)

If you overclock in some way, that should be the first thing to reverse completely! (you can even try to underclock and therefore undervolt, this could help to identify the cause)

thank u friend!

AmirKGZ
Level 8

i found something abt underlocking - here is maybe it will be helpful for someone 

You just need to disable boost of the cpu. It will solve your heat problem without harming your gaming experience. You can disable it from power options. That option may not be enabled. Apply these steps to enable it:

Press Start > Type Regedit > Open it > Go to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE > SYSTEM > CurrentControlSet > Control > Power > PowerSettings > 54533251-82be-4824-96c1-47b60b740d00 > be337238-0d82-4146-a960-4f3749d470c7 > Right click Attributes > Modify the value of ‘Attributes’ from 1 to 2 > Data should change to ‘0x00000002 (2)’. This will now show a hidden power option. From there, right-click on your battery icon > Power options > On any of the power plans go to ‘Change plan settings’ > ‘Change advanced power settings’ > Expand ‘Processor Power Management’ > Expand ‘Processor performance boost mode’ > Change from "Aggressive" to disabled for your current power plan.