929 fatal mca error

Love the upgrade however:

Starting the CPU produces this  929 fatal MCA error QP10 error detected cpu1 on post.

The it instructs me to F1 to boot with no problems. 

Works great on all programs and apps after I hit F1 from the error.

I've reseated both chips and nothing is too hot and no pins bent.

None of this was present before the chips were upgraded.

Updated bios , drivers etc..

Once again the z820 works fine after the f1 key .

Q am i missing less performance?

Q will something break soon?

Q should I get new chips?

Q Is it worth getting a new mother board?

Q what are your thoughts?

HP Z820 Workstation, E5-2643 V2 @3.50 GHZ X 2 PROC

64GB W10 Pro   v2004 OS build 19041.1165

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  • Monty Harrington You should trouble shooting the error.

     

    Start by trying to reseat the processor and memory.

     

    If that doesn't work, try putting the old processor back in the system to see if the error goes away.

     

    If the error goes away with the old processor, you should try to get the processor replaced from the vendor your purchased it from.

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