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post #1431 of 9343
Thanks for adding me.

Hoping someone can help me out seeing as ive only had my new build for 3 days now.
I have OC my 2500k to 4.5Ghz and set voltage in BIOS to 1.290v Manual. As soon as I drop the voltage slightly I get a BSOD not long after running Prime95. The error code is 0x00000124. Im not very experienced at OC a PC so please bear with me, lol.
My temps stay under 63c on load and idle around 30-35c dependant on ambient temp.
Im happy at 4.5Ghz and have not tried for 4.6 yet. I just want to make sure my PC is stable for 24/7 use. If there is any way of lowering the voltage through tweaking something id be interested to know.
Im very happy with my P8P67 chipset and super fast Processor
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post #1432 of 9343
I'm still experiencing the sleep issues. It only works if I'm on the stock clocks. I've tried all the suggestions. Should I rma?
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I'm still experiencing the sleep issues. It only works if I'm on the stock clocks. I've tried all the suggestions. Should I rma?
I don't think any of us can use sleep

And iirc I read, this issue will most likely be fixed with a Bios update
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I don't think any of us can use sleep

And iirc I read, this issue will most likely be fixed with a Bios update
Thanks achilees, i've been reading quite a few forums and its a widespread/common issue. Is intel or the mb manufacturers at play here? Both in fualt and fix as I've heard its not just Asus boards.
post #1435 of 9343
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Thanks achilees, i've been reading quite a few forums and its a widespread/common issue. Is intel or the mb manufacturers at play here? Both in fault and fix as I've heard its not just Asus boards.
np

When I tried it caused chaos and I ended up not only re-setting the cmos, but re-installing Windows as well
So I won't do that again

Oh well, as long as it's 100% in Windows. I can put up with strange quirks on a new chip-set
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post #1436 of 9343
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Thanks for adding me.

Hoping someone can help me out seeing as ive only had my new build for 3 days now.
I have OC my 2500k to 4.5Ghz and set voltage in BIOS to 1.290v Manual. As soon as I drop the voltage slightly I get a BSOD not long after running Prime95. The error code is 0x00000124. Im not very experienced at OC a PC so please bear with me, lol.
My temps stay under 63c on load and idle around 30-35c dependant on ambient temp.
Im happy at 4.5Ghz and have not tried for 4.6 yet. I just want to make sure my PC is stable for 24/7 use. If there is any way of lowering the voltage through tweaking something id be interested to know.
Im very happy with my P8P67 chipset and super fast Processor
You are right about where most chips start to need a good voltage bump. To get 4.6 I would guess you'll need to go to 1.325 or so. You just have to keep upping voltage until you get it stable.
post #1437 of 9343
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For clarification: I'm using offset voltage mode with the minimum amount (+0.005v). So the way it works is VID + offset or am I missing something? I'm using the minimal amount for 4.4GHz and my voltage seems to be pretty high at least compared to some better binned chips, but did 4.7/4.8 fine without PLL at 1.38-1.4V fine so I'm a bit perplexed.

Also at 70f ambient I'm getting 28-29c idle WITH Speed step enabled. Should it be lower? Load is 55-60c
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post #1438 of 9343
It also depends on where you have LLC. For me, 4.7 LLC on ultra high I only need +.20 offset, but if I have LLC on medium, I need + 1.10 to get the same voltage at load. As for your idle temps, I've never seen mine below 28-30 with speedstep. Plus, the sensors aren't that accurate at idle anyway.
post #1439 of 9343
Excuse me guys.. I have a V PRO.. whenever I change the BIOS fan settings (other than "standard").. My CPU doesn NOT downclock nor downvolt when idle

How can I fix this other than just leaving it to manual?
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post #1440 of 9343
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Thanks for adding me.

Hoping someone can help me out seeing as ive only had my new build for 3 days now.
I have OC my 2500k to 4.5Ghz and set voltage in BIOS to 1.290v Manual. As soon as I drop the voltage slightly I get a BSOD not long after running Prime95. The error code is 0x00000124. Im not very experienced at OC a PC so please bear with me, lol.
My temps stay under 63c on load and idle around 30-35c dependant on ambient temp.
Im happy at 4.5Ghz and have not tried for 4.6 yet. I just want to make sure my PC is stable for 24/7 use. If there is any way of lowering the voltage through tweaking something id be interested to know.
Im very happy with my P8P67 chipset and super fast Processor
your BSOD usually means you need to add vcore. at 4.5 ghz 1.290 is kinda low. run your p95 overnight and see if it will be stable at 1.290v. if it remains stable overnight, let it run 24 hrs. if it holds, man, that's awesome.

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Originally Posted by xira View Post
For clarification: I'm using offset voltage mode with the minimum amount (+0.005v). So the way it works is VID + offset or am I missing something? I'm using the minimal amount for 4.4GHz and my voltage seems to be pretty high at least compared to some better binned chips, but did 4.7/4.8 fine without PLL at 1.38-1.4V fine so I'm a bit perplexed.

Also at 70f ambient I'm getting 28-29c idle WITH Speed step enabled. Should it be lower? Load is 55-60c
i guess your LLC is at extreme? like 4x4n said, you may need to play with LLC to bring your vcore down.
Edited by Nethermir - 6/20/11 at 7:01pm
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