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post #672 of 9343
Hello fellow overclockers,

i've been using these forums for a long time for my research on any problems i've had with my previous system and that ran great but it's abit outdated.

so about 2 weeks ago i took some cash from under my pillow and bought a monster pc.
i'm not new to building my custom pc but i've had some problems and can't find any answers anywhere.

1st of all i'm having coil noise from PSU, i'm aware that this can't be helped and ill exchange it soon for a fresh one, from what i've read there is only the anoying noise not fluxations on the rails so i've been testing in this noise. I'm however suspecting the psu could be responsible for the following 2 issues.

issue1: 30-40 secs freezes (not black screens) during browsing the web or navigating my windows explorer, i have found error logs waring about iastor0 not responding in time ( i'm pretty sure the iastor0 refers to hdd0 wich would be my ssd (read up on that and tried firmware update but it has the latest)

issue2: i've been having screen freezes in games (especially heavy games) plz note that these freezes throw my monitor full with vertical yellow bars (sound still going, even g15 clock still ticking) waited like 15min but crashes hard, reset only option.

games that crash arround 15-20 min:
Crysis 2 (all settings max)
GTA4 (all settings max)

games that i can play for hours and hours:
World of Warcraft (all settings max)
NFS Shift2 (all settings max)

now for the questions :
could these problems all come from the faulty PSU ?
is my SSD defective ?
these game crashes are driver or hardware related ?

plz note that i have to travel 150km to the computerstore i bought this at and if i go swap my PSU i hate to go again next week and swap the gfx card or harddisk. i'll pickup a heatsink that will allow my memory inserted while there is a fan on it aswell wich could be the 212 that everyone is using

btw all my temps and voltages are completely normal all the time.

i hope anyone has an answer or two to these questions.
thnx in advance

BartOZ
Edited by BartOZ - 5/29/11 at 11:56pm
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I got a new problem with Offset, got everything set was running at 4800 @ .80 Volts ran Prime95 for 8 hrs works great, then I was watching movies for 3-4 hrs and for a blue screen with code 124.

I think there's a Bug with Offset and I hope they fix it soon, now i'm back to set the voltage manual currently retesting my cpu at 4800 @ 1.435V did it at 1.430 last night it ran for 8 hrs and got a black screen.

This morning I re-run it and up to 1.435 and turn off PL Overtage, hopefully its stable now.
Edited by RomeoOG - 5/29/11 at 4:36pm
    
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Originally Posted by RomeoOG View Post
I got a new problem with Offset, got everything set was running at 4800 @ .80 Volts ran Prime95 for 8 hrs works great, then I was watching movies for 3-4 hrs and for a blue screen with code 124.

I think there's a Bug with Offset and I hope they fix it soon, now i'm back to set the voltage manual currently retesting my cpu at 4800 @ 1.435V did it at 1.430 last night it ran for 8 hrs and got a black screen.

This morning I re-run it and up to 1.435 and turn off PL Overtage, hopefully its stable now.
There is an offset bug, and i get it the same as you. Except my CPU requires less Vcore, and i BSOD 124 a little faster(1-2hrs).

I am amazed that you can boot at 4.8GHz without PLL Overvoltage. But turning it off probably won't increase stability. Try turning Load Line Calibration(LLC) to high or ultra high. That might help, if you didn't already do that.
post #675 of 9343
Ok so this is my 6th PC build, but first time overclocking.

Anyone here interested on talking to me on AIM to help out with the process?

I have P8P67 Deluxe

i7 2600k (Silver Arrow cooler)

G.Skill Sniper 2x 4GB



If so, here's my AIM and I am always on: Xpope43X
    
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So, am following this tutorial: http://www.clunk.org.uk/forums/overc...beginners.html

and I did everything as followed for the OC'ing to 4GHz, and Windows bluescreens on boot and the mobo says Overclocking failed.


Do I need to increase the Vcore more? If so, how much?
    
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There is an offset bug, and i get it the same as you. Except my CPU requires less Vcore, and i BSOD 124 a little faster(1-2hrs).

I am amazed that you can boot at 4.8GHz without PLL Overvoltage. But turning it off probably won't increase stability. Try turning Load Line Calibration(LLC) to high or ultra high. That might help, if you didn't already do that.
My Load Line Calibration always on Ultra High, if I lower it to High I get Bsod the munite I run prime95

The reason I turn it off because from 4800 and up I get double post means when I turn on from a cold boot it turn off once or twice before it loads up.
    
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Originally Posted by ThePope43 View Post
So, am following this tutorial: http://www.clunk.org.uk/forums/overc...beginners.html

and I did everything as followed for the OC'ing to 4GHz, and Windows bluescreens on boot and the mobo says Overclocking failed.


Do I need to increase the Vcore more? If so, how much?
Try 0.005 increments?

----

Also, can anyone suggest improvements on my OC (newbie OCer here), I am going for 4.5 Ghz using offset and here are my settings:

VRM = manual (350)
Phase = Extreme
Duty = T.Probe
Offset + (0.040)
Ram = 1.5v
The rest is default/auto

This is only IBT 10-run stable, I use it to somewhat gauge stability. Max temps are in the low 70s. Are these good settings? I can go down to 0.020 but it only passes IBT 5 runs and fails at 10 runs.
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Guys, I've got a question on the serial number on the p8p67 pro. Is it the sticker (with bar code, etc.) on the top end of the board (near the ram) or the one on the SATA ports? :s
(ASUS keeps rejecting the serial number that's why I'm asking )

EDIT:

Nvm, got it. Seems something else was wrong. Registered now and a proud member of the club
Edited by dklimitless - 5/29/11 at 6:38pm
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Guys, I've got a question on the serial number on the p8p67 pro. Is it the sticker (with bar code, etc.) on the top end of the board (near the ram) or the one on the SATA ports? :s
(ASUS keeps rejecting the serial number that's why I'm asking )

EDIT:

Nvm, got it. Seems something else was wrong. Registered now and a proud member of the club
Why are you Registering it
Do we all need to register our boards?

Oh, and was it the one with the bar code!
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