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After how long did it fail and what was the bsod code?

Could you post ALL the pages / options available in your BIOS. Thanks

Speedstep is EIST should be under the safety features (cpu configuration I think). Have you tried Vdroop on auto? it may help reduce vdroop when your cpu is under load. Reset the CMOS if the BIOS is acting a little 'weird', no harm in doing so.

Setting the turbo limits allows overclocking without any restrictions, setting the 'current' allows the spu to erceive what's needed for a particular overclock. Apologies but im not so familiar with MSI mobo's so if you could post all the BIOS settings then that would greatly help.

Thanks
I have posted the bios images but have not cleared cmos yet and in the images I change the vcore to 1.41 and it shows 1.28 because I changed it to 1.41 after testing 4.2ghz 1.3vcore. Also I read the results and it restarted the computer 3 hours into prime blend.





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thanks for provding the screenshots. I would like you to try this and report back:

Clear CMOS and try this:


Firstly make sure that the BIOS is up to date secondly change the Internal PLL voltage to Enabled.

Set the DRAM frequency to 1333mhz or what ever the stock frequency is. Set the Dram Timings to it's stock (ie. 9-9-9-24 2T)

Disable Spread Spectrum which will lock the bus speed to 100.

Set Vdroop control to low.

Set the CPU ratio to 46.

Leave the vcore where it is (1.410v)

On the Last screenshot leave everything on default, dont change anything apart from the long and short duration power limits to 250.


Report back with these changes and provide BIOS screenies again, would like to see the actual changes as it can helps to see if i've missed anything and to compare with the first set of screenies that you have provided.
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i think you should disable Intel turbo boost..and bump the cpuio..up a couple notches..also..probably enable phase control..set it to medium-high..wow..the gigabyte bios is like nothing i've ever seen before
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thanks for provding the screenshots. I would like you to try this and report back:

Clear CMOS and try this:


Firstly make sure that the BIOS is up to date secondly change the Internal PLL voltage to Enabled.

Set the DRAM frequency to 1333mhz or what ever the stock frequency is. Set the Dram Timings to it's stock (ie. 9-9-9-24 2T)

Disable Spread Spectrum which will lock the bus speed to 100.

Set Vdroop control to low.

Set the CPU ratio to 46.

Leave the vcore where it is (1.410v)

On the Last screenshot leave everything on default, dont change anything apart from the long and short duration power limits to 250.


Report back with these changes and provide BIOS screenies again, would like to see the actual changes as it can helps to see if i've missed anything and to compare with the first set of screenies that you have provided.
Bsod 124 on prime95 1344 test using 13gb ram. I have attached the images.



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Bsod 124 on prime95 1344 test using 13gb ram. I have attached the images.
After how long did it fail?

what changes did you exactly make on the 3rd and 4th screenshot?

on the 3rd screenshot looks like you changed a few things.


Just realised that you don't have CPU PLL voltage or VCCIO (VTT) votlage, seems that you have limited options in the BIOS.

CPU I/O voltage is currently at 1.352v, BRB, need to see what that is and why it's that high.

Have you run a memtest? Could be a defected RAM stick. before you go any further, I recommend runnign memtest for a few hours.

I think the I/O voltage is related to the VCCIO, some have reported that lowering has helped stability and some have increased it little, I would wait for a more experience MSI mobo user to step forward on this one but I would maybe mess around with the I/O voltage to see if that helps the 124 error as im quite certain it's your RAM that's the issue here.
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After how long did it fail?

what changes did you exactly make on the 3rd and 4th screenshot?

on the 3rd screenshot looks like you changed a few things.


Just realised that you don't have CPU PLL voltage or VCCIO (VTT) votlage, seems that you have limited options in the BIOS.

CPU I/O voltage is currently at 1.352v, BRB, need to see what that is and why it's that high.

Have you run a memtest? Could be a defected RAM stick. before you go any further, I recommend runnign memtest for a few hours.

I think the I/O voltage is related to the VCCIO, some have reported that lowering has helped stability and some have increased it little, I would wait for a more experience MSI mobo user to step forward on this one but I would maybe mess around with the I/O voltage to see if that helps the 124 error as im quite certain it's your RAM that's the issue here.
The CPU IO is the equivalent to QPI/VTT i believe and i do have cpu pll voltage its near the bottom and its set on auto. The 3rd and 4th screenies were default with only the long duration/short duration power changed to 250. I will run a memtest but I have ran one before for a couple of hours and everything checked out okay but I will do one again. It fails the 1344 test at around 5-10 mins.
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The CPU IO is the equivalent to QPI/VTT i believe and i do have cpu pll voltage its near the bottom and its set on auto. The 3rd and 4th screenies were default with only the long duration/short duration power changed to 250. I will run a memtest but I have ran one before for a couple of hours and everything checked out okay but I will do one again. It fails the 1344 test at around 5-10 mins.
That's what I thought but auto gives you a value over 1.3v, VCCIO on most the other mobo's default at around 1.05/07v and the max recommended vtt (VCCIO) is 1.2v so I can't understand what's going on here.

Ah so you have pll voltage, many haev found better stability reducing the pll votlage, I believe it's default is 1.8v, try reducing it in as small increments as possible. Try that before you do anything.

Error 124 can be VTT, pll voltage or vcore.

One more thing the 1344 and 1792 are not that reliable, so you may fail the tst escond time round with the exact same settings, if you can pass those ffts in a row a couple times each then that's fine you can go ahead and do a longer prime blend test, however if they show signs of inconsitancy then scrap them and don't use them, insteaad the blend test with 90% of your available RAM would be a better choice. Anyways try the PLL voltage and report back. Leave the I/O voltage on default for now, we'll change that if we find that pLL voltage doesn't make a difference.
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That's what I thought but auto gives you a value over 1.3v, VCCIO on most the other mobo's default at around 1.05/07v and the max recommended vtt (VCCIO) is 1.2v so I can't understand what's going on here.

Ah so you have pll voltage, many haev found better stability reducing the pll votlage, I believe it's default is 1.8v, try reducing it in as small increments as possible. Try that before you do anything.

Error 124 can be VTT, pll voltage or vcore.

One more thing the 1344 and 1792 are not that reliable, so you may fail the tst escond time round with the exact same settings, if you can pass those ffts in a row a couple times each then that's fine you can go ahead and do a longer prime blend test, however if they show signs of inconsitancy then scrap them and don't use them, insteaad the blend test with 90% of your available RAM would be a better choice. Anyways try the PLL voltage and report back. Leave the I/O voltage on default for now, we'll change that if we find that pLL voltage doesn't make a difference.
Alright I will try the pll votage. Btw I passed memtest with 0 errors.
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Alright I will try the pll votage. Btw I passed memtest with 0 errors.
sounds very promising. If after tweaking PLL voltage and I/O voltage it still doesn't work, then im kinda lost at what to try next........... maybe try 2 sticks of RAM instead of all four and try upping the vcore abit as a last resort.
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sounds very promising. If after tweaking PLL voltage and I/O voltage it still doesn't work, then im kinda lost at what to try next........... maybe try 2 sticks of RAM instead of all four and try upping the vcore abit as a last resort.
How lowshould i drop pll too? 1.5? Also what should i drop cpuio too and should i do it one at a time for e.g pll then fails then try cpuio or should i lower both and find the right combination
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