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How to read a blue screen of death dmp file?

So i just built my PC and when i stress it enough my pc gets the blue screen and gives me an error:
WHEA_UNCORRECTABLE_ERROR.
I'm new on pcs and i want to learn how to read the dmp file to see what's wrong with my pc.

Specs;
Win 10 pro
I7 4790k
EVGA 500B
2x4 RMS Corsair 1333mhz
z97pk ECS mobo
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  1. Overclocking? Often WHEA errors in an overclocked system can be stabilized by adding more core voltage assuming that you have the thermal headroom and you aren't running a very high core voltage already.
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  2. techgeek said:
    Overclocking? Often WHEA errors in an overclocked system can be stabilized by adding more core voltage assuming that you have the thermal headroom and you aren't running a very high core voltage already.


    I haven't overclocked anything.
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  3. Are you running XMP profiles? Have you locked your multiplier @ 44X when running all 4 (8 Hyperthreaded) cores?
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  4. techgeek said:
    Are you running XMP profiles? Have you locked your multiplier @ 44X when running all 4 (8 Hyperthreaded) cores?


    i haven´t locked anything either, i'm trying to enter to bios but f*cking windows 10 won't let me
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  5. How can windows block you from booting into BIOS?
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    VillAl said:
    techgeek said:
    Are you running XMP profiles? Have you locked your multiplier @ 44X when running all 4 (8 Hyperthreaded) cores?


    i haven´t locked anything either, i'm trying to enter to bios but f*cking windows 10 won't let me


    Just after your system POST's, hit DEL. Make sure you are cold booting, meaning you've done a full shut down. Otherwise it may just be going into a sleep state.

    Some motherboards default to selecting the highest supported multiplier for 1 and 2 core loads, for instance my motherboard. Do you know what your Vcore is sitting at when you are stress testing? Do you experience a lot of Vdroop (the voltage drop experienced when you heavily load your CPU)?
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