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Good luck! Let us know if this works out for you.
I just re-established my overclock today after running stock for a couple of days to make sure nothing funny was going to happen.

I turned down LLC to High and upped my voltage from 1.33 to 1.35 to help make up for the lower LLC.

I get about 1.34 in windows idle and it drops all the way down to 1.3 under full load. Due to this I dropped my OC from 4.6ghz to 4.5ghz.

That extra 100Mhz takes quite a bit of extra voltage for me in my earlier testing and id rather not have a idle voltage above about 1.35 for my system that stays on 24/7 (but 4.7 was very close to 4.6 voltage demand wise)

I also have way lower temps now because I moved a fan, went from 71C max load to like 58C just from moving one of my fans to point incoming air at the cpu cooler intead of being in a push/pull on the cpu cooler itself.

So far no crash but its far to early to say its fixed, so in a week or so I will have to report back.

I will also have to see if my RAM is 1600mhz stable now.

What would you run

1600Mhz 9-9-9-27 2T 1.65v (spd setting for my ram)
or I have stable and am currently using
1333Mhz 8-8-8-24 1T 1.60v (have room to drop this voltage lower it was 1.55 before and doing fine just had it raised up for stability testing)

I think I suffer a bug/problem the Asus mobo has with support for 1600Mhz but the Ram is rated 1.5v for 1333 and needs 1.65v for 1600 so I dont mind the bit of speed loss for better timings and lower voltage.


Oh the other thing is I can use the Asus software and boost voltage up to OC to 4.7 or 4.8ghz when doing a lot of video encoding, that is the main reason I upgraded my computer recently from my q6600 @ 3.6ghz was just for video encoding work.

Edit: one other change made is CPU Spread Spectrum is disabled now that I had enabled before. Not sure if that made any difference its supposed to add stability I had it set to 350Khz before but since I am stable with it off I will keep it that way.
Edited by ViciousXUSMC - 7/11/11 at 3:30pm
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I just re-established my overclock today after running stock for a couple of days to make sure nothing funny was going to happen.

I turned down LLC to High and upped my voltage from 1.33 to 1.35 to help make up for the lower LLC.

I get about 1.34 in windows idle and it drops all the way down to 1.3 under full load. Due to this I dropped my OC from 4.6ghz to 4.5ghz.

That extra 100Mhz takes quite a bit of extra voltage for me in my earlier testing and id rather not have a idle voltage above about 1.35 for my system that stays on 24/7 (but 4.7 was very close to 4.6 voltage demand wise)
Yeah, you do lose some vcore this way, but it sure beats a random reboot!
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I also have way lower temps now because I moved a fan, went from 71C max load to like 58C just from moving one of my fans to point incoming air at the cpu cooler intead of being in a push/pull on the cpu cooler itself.

So far no crash but its far to early to say its fixed, so in a week or so I will have to report back.
An easy way to see if this is the culprit is to download the new AVX version of LinX or IBT. Run it at medium for 5 runs. (Your CPU will get hot!) If you don't get a reboot, odds are you are no longer affected by a wonky LLC setting.
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I will also have to see if my RAM is 1600mhz stable now.

What would you run

1600Mhz 9-9-9-27 2T 1.65v (spd setting for my ram)
or I have stable and am currently using
1333Mhz 8-8-8-24 1T 1.60v (have room to drop this voltage lower it was 1.55 before and doing fine just had it raised up for stability testing)

I think I suffer a bug/problem the Asus mobo has with support for 1600Mhz but the Ram is rated 1.5v for 1333 and needs 1.65v for 1600 so I dont mind the bit of speed loss for better timings and lower voltage.
There is honestly little difference between the two speeds. 1.65v is still within spec for your CPU, so you won't harm anything if you want to run your RAM in XMP. (1600Mhz) There won't be much of a heat difference either in my opinion, so it's really up to you. If you want to know the definitive answer on this, download MaxxMEM2 and you can actually see the difference in latency and R/W speeds.
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Oh the other thing is I can use the Asus software and boost voltage up to OC to 4.7 or 4.8ghz when doing a lot of video encoding, that is the main reason I upgraded my computer recently from my q6600 @ 3.6ghz was just for video encoding work.

Edit: one other change made is CPU Spread Spectrum is disabled now that I had enabled before. Not sure if that made any difference its supposed to add stability I had it set to 350Khz before but since I am stable with it off I will keep it that way.
Spread spectrum is something that you want to leave off when overclocking. It smooths out the voltage fluctuations that can be caused by EMI, but this can cause issues as it's intended for stock frequencies/voltages and could potentially change your bclk/frequency depending on it's algorithm.
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Checking in, just to say no reboots still after lowering my LLC. So it must have been the problem. Idle voltage is a bit higher than before and my OC is just a tad lower than before but a good trade off for stability of course.

Now I just wonder how we can get the higher levels of LLC to work properly?
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Checking in, just to say no reboots still after lowering my LLC. So it must have been the problem. Idle voltage is a bit higher than before and my OC is just a tad lower than before but a good trade off for stability of course.

Now I just wonder how we can get the higher levels of LLC to work properly?
Get a different chip? I just leave it at the lower LLC and it doesn't bother me. The point of lowering it is that you don't want your vcore to exceed what your expected load voltage to be. If at load (not including vdroop) your vcore is to be 1.4v, and LLC brings it to 1.45v, the over-voltage protection (I am guessing that is the mechanism causing this) kicks in and reboots your PC.

It seems to me that this is tied into the characteristics of each individual chip, and is likely tied to that individual chip. I know several others that are able to keep LLC at extreme and do not have issues, yet there are a few of us that have them. It isn't likely bound to the motherboard as I have replaced my motherboard and am not able to push LLC to extreme.

I don't see this as a problem as the end result is the same, we just have to account for a possible lower voltage causing instability at higher clocks. This can be countered by bumping up vcore a notch, which should give some breathing room at load when vdroop causes the voltage to dip into unstable realms.
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Hi all

I just mounted a new pc and I'm having the same trouble that you seem to have resolved. The computer randomly reboot without any other warning signs such as a BSOD or even a freeze/noticeable lag to the system.
It reboot while gaming and even when i'm just watching movies or browsing internet. Sometimes 4 times a days, and sometimes it goes for a week.

I've looked over internet and this thread seems to correspond with my issue.

The strangest think is that i've not wet began to oc my system.

What I have tried :

- Uninstall the driver
- Run MenTest to check my memory -> no errors
- Changed RAM timings/voltages
- Checked my temparures -> 40c idle and don't tend to exceed 75c during benchmark testing.
- Put the LLC on regular
- Tried the 3 assus profil, Auto, XMP and manual with no differnces

I did not find yet a test who make the computer reboot on demand.

Have you an idea on how to resolve my issue ?
Maybe I could try to monitor and save all the voltage to see if something goes grazy before it reboot. Could you tell what soft could I use to save this result before it hapen and post it here ?

Tell me if you need some more informations.

Thanks for your help.
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Hi all

I just mounted a new pc and I'm having the same trouble that you seem to have resolved. The computer randomly reboot without any other warning signs such as a BSOD or even a freeze/noticeable lag to the system.
It reboot while gaming and even when i'm just watching movies or browsing internet. Sometimes 4 times a days, and sometimes it goes for a week.

I've looked over internet and this thread seems to correspond with my issue.

The strangest think is that i've not wet began to oc my system.

What I have tried :

- Uninstall the driver
- Run MenTest to check my memory -> no errors
- Changed RAM timings/voltages
- Checked my temparures -> 40c idle and don't tend to exceed 75c during benchmark testing.
- Put the LLC on regular
- Tried the 3 assus profil, Auto, XMP and manual with no differnces

I did not find yet a test who make the computer reboot on demand.

Have you an idea on how to resolve my issue ?
Maybe I could try to monitor and save all the voltage to see if something goes grazy before it reboot. Could you tell what soft could I use to save this result before it hapen and post it here ?

Tell me if you need some more informations.

Thanks for your help.
Hello, and welcome to OCN.

If your problem is the same as what I had, there isn't much you can do to monitor your system's progress before a reboot as it had been completely random until I pegged a method of testing it and being able to reproduce the event. If you are using a lower LLC, I strongly recommend verifying this. I had a faulty motherboard that would not save my LLC settings in the BIOS, which led me to believe I had lowered it when I originally was troubleshooting. I really wish I had noticed that first as I ended up replacing EVERYTHING but the CPU trying to shotgun my issue.

I would first double check your LLC, then download Intel Burn Test (You can download it here. ) and set it to "High". If your pc doesn't reboot under high setting (at least 5 times, be warned - your CPU will get HOT.) then you likely don't have the same issue and it could be anything from sleep/pll issue to some really rare hardware/windows conflicts. Conversely, if it does reboot during IBT and you have confirmed that LLC is set below extreme, it may be a power supply issue. Running CPU-Z while this is running should help to identify if LLC is indeed running or not. (LLC at extreme provides a much higher voltage.)

Sorry to hear that you have joined the ridiculously difficult and frustrating no-bsod reboot club. Hopefully your problem can be pegged somewhat quickly and resolved.
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Thanks for your quick reply.
It's indeed frustrating .
I will try your test. What parameters should I monitor in CPU-Z during the Burn test ?
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Thanks for your quick reply.
It's indeed frustrating .
I will try your test. What parameters should I monitor in CPU-Z during the Burn test ?
Pretty much keep an eye on vcore. If it climbs .07v above your load vcore, you probably have an issue. Mine was pushing 1.56v when I had my vcore set to 1.44v.
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I ran this test 5 time (7 loop each) with no reboot. Vcore is stable (1.2 v) within the default value.
After that (1h) something strange hapen, the system stop and it was not able to reboot itself. I had to reset manualy the BIOS 2 time before i could start the computer.
I don't know what you think about that. I think that i have a problem with my motherboard and i will send it back tomorrow.
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