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  1. Hello, i'm new to this and pretty noobie on informatic questions. Here's my problem : like you can read it in the title and on the linked png, i got stability issues and I don't know how to fix it. I'd seen that my cpu was overheating, the multiplier of the cpu clock was fixed at x49 and my processor running at an average of 4.6 GHz instead of it's 3.60 GHz designed for. But I don't know how to do to configure it to it based parameters, any idea from someone who know please ? I'd actually tried to : reinstall windows, clear reinstall windows, restaure optimized parameters in bios, restore bios, update bios, clear cmos, activate X.M.P, desactivate X.M.P. I'm so lost lol
  2. There's a fatal problem on using AIDA64 on Microsoft Surface Book and Surface Pro4. It seems AIDA64 could cause the audio device on Surface being disabled with a blue screen error, DRIVER_POWER_STATES_FAILURE . Audio device would be lost after reboot. The only way to recover is hardware reset or opening UEFI to turn off and turn on internal audio device again. Although it wouldn't happen every time launching AIDA64, the probability is very high.
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