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I would try flashing the BIOS (I use f3 and have been stable), load optimised defaults, save & exit. Then try your oc again.
    
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did you do the chkdsk/r?
Yes, also came back clean.

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More voltage helps
This is becoming more about apparent chip degradation than voltages. If I had 4.5 stable in January using 1.308v, I don't really want to have to pump 1.368v into it in May to get the same overclock. Essentially I'm looking for stability elsewhere until I've exhausted everything except simple Vcore.

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I would try flashing the BIOS (I use f3 and have been stable), load optimised defaults, save & exit. Then try your oc again.
I've tried F1, F3, F3d and F5b with similar results. I'll try loading optimized defaults after these IBT runs.
Edited by soldierblue - 5/24/11 at 3:14pm
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wow that sucks, try 1.4v and stability test it, once your stable , bring it down .25, until you crash, then you'll know where your minimum spot is

1.308 used to be your stable, i'm pretty sure it should'nt be far off from there, even then, maybe some settings changed in bios that allowed you to run 1.308 that your missing or something,
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Speaking of the IBT runs, it made it though 10 runs maxed with AVX with a load voltage of 1.32 at 4.5 (I know, only 10). I set my RAM to run at 1333 rather than 1600. Maybe the B3 board doesn't like my RAM even though my B2 board was fine with it. Wouldn't 01Es sort of rule out the RAM for the most part?

With the RAM set at 1600, it was pretty consistently failing after the second or third run regardless of clock speed.
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I've NEVER seen an 0x1E, unless the system was violently unstable. From what i've seen, it's ALWAYS 0x101 or 0x124. I think your problem isn't the CPU at all. It's either your RAM, or a problem with the IMC.

Go into your BIOS and see if command rate is set to 1T. If it is, manually set it to 2T.

Also, try changing the XMP settings or disabling them. Even try running at 1333. Then lower the voltage back and try again.

Any sort of degradation at that voltage should NEVER make you have to do 100 mhz lower AND have to use higher vcore than you did 100 mhz higher, unless you're pouring 1.45v+ into the chip long term...

BTW, mind telling me the default VID? Two ways to get the default vid: Set cpu to 34x100 in BIOS, reboot back into BIOS and find the "target" voltage in white shown next to the manual selection area, or use realtemp 3.67 and click the "disable turbo" button and then click the top right toggle button (you will need all c states and EIST to be disabled).

Also, try changing the PLL voltage to 1.88v.
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The default VID is, if I recall, 1.22v. I've disabled XMP and forced them to run at 1333. The command rate is set at 2T. I set it back to 4.5 and 1.32v.

With those settings it passed a quick ten loop max IBT run w/AVX.
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Quote:did you do the chkdsk/r?

Originally Posted by H969
did you do the chkdsk/r?

Yes, also came back clean.

Sorry,
sometimes it works, and can save hours of trouble shooting..
Good luck dude, hope you find the problem!!
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The default VID is, if I recall, 1.22v. I've disabled XMP and forced them to run at 1333. The command rate is set at 2T. I set it back to 4.5 and 1.32v.

With those settings it passed a quick ten loop max IBT run w/AVX.
Try a prime blend for a little while and see if that also passes. And see if you wind up being stable long term without the bsod's. I suspected problems with the memory/IMC/possible BIOS compatibility, because you said you didn't get those 1E errors during stress tests. I know that people say 0x1E is vcore, but as I did mention, I've *NEVER* ever seen a 0x1E happen due to any sort of cpu degradation, where usually, the first sign of any degradation is crashes at *high* load, usually with 0x124's or 101's...I've only seen 0x1E's if the system was massively unstable to begin with, like trying to run windows at a far too low vcore (this tends to cause system service exception, though, which is a completely different bsod). Any sort of CPU issues have 90% of the time been 0x101's or 124's. The only times I saw other BSOD's was when something was running at the same timeas Prime, or windows was doing some sort of scan simultaneously (this tends to get most common if you run prime as soon as windows loads and it crashes at the same time windows is doing stuff on your hard drive).

@Edit:
The defaut VID for your CPU is 1.22v? If you're completely sure (remember, you can easily check in realtemp by just clicking the "Disable Turbo" button and then toggling the VID readout) That's a pretty low VID...can you try 4.5 ghz and set whatever BIOS settings that will give you about 1.296v load, with your 1333 mhz settings?

I'm curious if that will pass or BSOD. You should be able to run at lower vcores with a low VID cpu...Because my higher vid (1.235v) 2600k was able to use lower voltages than you had, for 4.5 ghz, until I power degraded it running at 5.3 ghz 1.58v.....
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post #39 of 74
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I just double checked, the VID is 1.241 (not sure where I had 1.22 from).

How long would you say I should run Prime for? And yeah, when stress testing, even now, it doesn't BSOD if it fails, IBT or Prime just returns an error. I've only gotten BSODs while idle, or mostly idle.

On this board, setting 1.32 would give me 1.296 under load. I'll try that with the memory at 1333.
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So far:

1.296: Prime stopped responding after a few minutes. No BSOD. Lasted under 5 minutes.
1.308 (PLL at 1.80): 101 BSOD. Lasted under 5 minutes.
1.308 (PLL at 1.88): 124 BSOD. Lasted under 5 minutes.
1.320 (PLL at 1.88): Ran for 20 minutes, have to leave the house. No errors.
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