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so random. I have decided to enabled C3/C6 (I have a 520mb/s read SSD) and just use manual vcore. Running 1.43v now. Temps are fine in a well-ventilated case. I just want the random bsods to go away! (and join the stable sandy club)

You should bench ATTO with & without C3/C6, there's mixed reports of the impact on SSD performance.

You think those BSODs are random, I had one every 3-14 days due to a defective PCIe x16_1 slot, and of course that was the last thing I had on the list to troubleshoot as a possible issue.
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Well, I went to that hardforum post on the last page. Redid all my settings:
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

ALL bios values to Auto except:
Multi: 48x
Cpu Vcore: 1.425v (manual)
LLC: ultra high
Memory freq: DDR3 1600 (timings stock)
dram voltage 1.35v
VRM frequency: 350
Phase/Duty Control: extreme
PLL overvoltage: enabled

Again, rock solid stable for hours of prime blend, then BSOD 0x124 crashes if idle. I am researching further into the fixes mentioned in the OP.

Edit: the fixes there appear only to be relevant when using offset voltage. I am using manual frown.gif
Edited by d3v0 - 2/4/12 at 6:00pm
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I think your ram is failing on you now and that's the cause of the BSOD's. Just a guess. I had to switch mine out the other day and I had it for a week.
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Hmm. Interesting idea. Ram is from another member on the forum and was running up until last week at its stock rated speeds timing and voltage. But who knows. I can run a memtest I suppose - maybe that would flesh out any issues?
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Hmm. Interesting idea. Ram is from another member on the forum and was running up until last week at its stock rated speeds timing and voltage. But who knows. I can run a memtest I suppose - maybe that would flesh out any issues?

Yeah I kept getting errors running intelburntest trying to overclock a little more. I couldn't for the life of me get anything stable. Switched out the memory and issue solved.
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Well, currently I dropped it to 1333mhz so we will see if it makes a difference. (sitting at 3hrs/5mins stable P95 again - and counting.) also bumped vcore up to 1.435v . Temps are good, about 70c.

Last night I played DiRT 3 for about 3 hours with no issues. Obviously no stability test, but a real world kind of test too. It really does appear to be one of those random idle/bsod issues described when using offset voltage, but I'm using manual!
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That's incorrect, it's dual channel either way A1 & B1 OR A2 & B2.
ASUS recommends A2 & B2 for compatibility

That's incorrect, Asus recommends that A2-B2 be used when using just 2 sticks of memory, 4 doesn't matter. It's in the manual. Page 1-16 of the P8Z68-V-LE manual sates, "Two DIMM's (dual channel operation) use A2_B2."
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That is true.
ASUS also recommends A2/B2 because with some large CPU coolers the A1 DIMM may be blocked.

Thank you. (A second reason.)
Edited by RCPilotJAE - 2/5/12 at 9:56am
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I am running a P8Z68-V PRO/GEN3 w/ 2500k. Has been running great for a month or so, but recently it has begun to freeze on cold boot. I get the ASUS Bios screen, then nothing - it just hangs. Most times it will boot properly after powering down, however i've had to do it 2x lately. Is there a known issue/solution for this?

FYI, running a mild overclock -40x multiplier all other settings stock.
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I have random startup static. It's seems like an issue with video. Static - blue screen, static - blue screen. Sometimes it loads to win sometimes it just gets stuck on static. Any thoughts?
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That's incorrect, Asus recommends that A2-B2 be used when using just 2 sticks of memory, 4 doesn't matter. It's in the manual. Page 1-16 of the P8Z68-V-LE manual sates, "Two DIMM's (dual channel operation) use A2_B2."
Thank you. (A second reason.)

You don't know what you're talking about, and Alex132 was agreeing with me. it's dual channel either way A1 & B1 OR A2 & B2

*edit* and beyond that we aren't even discussing your LE, Jonnykiv was asking about his board, the M-Pro.
Edited by porksmuggler - 2/5/12 at 12:06pm
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