Martin,Martin said:And BTW, the fact that those errors are marked as "Information" means they are of the correctable type. Uncorrectable ones should be marked as Error, but these obviously cannot be catched by an application during runtime, because they result in a BSOD (or reset).
For some pre-production samples, such errors can also be caused by an erratum in the CPU or BIOS that might be fixed later - either an erratum in CPU functionality, or in the MCA reporting logic.
Yes, please send me a link to the new build as soon as you can.
The machine is in stock 10586 right now, and still producing the same WHEA error. I am planning to install Win 8.1 later tonight, so I can definitely test out before that.
On a side note, disabling DPS definitely gets down the CPU usage, but a process called 'System Interrupts' begins loading the system to the tune of 8 - 10% CPU usage. Hopefully, Win 8.1 will resolve the problem.