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what BSOD? 101 = more vcore. 124 could be vcore aswell and also vtt or pll voltage.

It is 0101. But I can not add Vcore and Vcore and Vcore until...

Should I reduce PLL a little?

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It is 0101. But I can not add Vcore and Vcore and Vcore until...

Should I reduce PLL a little?

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sorry I don't quite understand what you're saying about the vcore. Error 101 is usually indicates lack of vcore, you continue increasing it untilo you're stable. If it is above what you're comfortable with then I suggest you go back to the first post and use the 4.9ghz settings and go for a longer prime belnd run and call it a day. I don't think you'll be able to stablize 5ghz below 1.5v because technically your 4.9ghz isn't really going to be stable after a 2hour run.

Forget 5ghz for now and concentrate on getting your current overlock stable and then maybe you can come to a decision as to whether not you still want to go for it even if it requires more than 1.5v

PLL voltage is fine, leave it where it is.
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sorry I don't quite understand what you're saying about the vcore. Error 101 is usually indicates lack of vcore, you continue increasing it untilo you're stable. If it is above what you're comfortable with then I suggest you go back to the first post and use the 4.9ghz settings and go for a longer prime belnd run and call it a day. I don't think you'll be able to stablize 5ghz below 1.5v because technically your 4.9ghz isn't really going to be stable after a 2hour run.

Forget 5ghz for now and concentrate on getting your current overlock stable and then maybe you can come to a decision as to whether not you still want to go for it even if it requires more than 1.5v

PLL voltage is fine, leave it where it is.

The problem is at 4,9GHz... I already forgot 5GHz for now...

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The problem is at 4,9GHz... I already forgot 5GHz for now...

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lol then increase the vcore and like I said if you're not comfortable with the vcore amount then reduce the multiplier and reduce the overclock.
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lol then increase the vcore and like I said if you're not comfortable with the vcore amount then reduce the multiplier and reduce the overclock.

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Hi all Well this looks an interesting thread. I love overclocking, and pushing these things to the TJ MAX!!!
I wondered what the H80 can do in terms of cooling. Harpsi whats you temp's like after a prime blend?
Me thinks a high voltage on these things could be bad ,
Anyways, with mine, I've got everything on auto, just plugged in 1.455 voltage and luckily she's stable. I know when playing games there's not much in it, but its fun fun to push... I've done alot of prime on lower voltages so I know what my CPU can do, so I never bother priming at this voltage -It's not worth risking high temps, when I can wait a couple of weeks of using the computer to see if no bsod's happen anyway!!
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Is it possible to leave it at 4.8GHz and in some time go for 4.9GHz? I can just try my games and so on with this configuration for some weeks, and then I decide what to do. Is this possible?

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Hi all wave2.gif Well this looks an interesting thread. I love overclocking, and pushing these things to the TJ MAX!!!
I wondered what the H80 can do in terms of cooling. Harpsi whats you temp's like after a prime blend?
Me thinks a high voltage on these things could be bad redface.gif,
Anyways, with mine, I've got everything on auto, just plugged in 1.455 voltage and luckily she's stable. I know when playing games there's not much in it, but its fun fun to push... I've done alot of prime on lower voltages so I know what my CPU can do, so I never bother priming at this voltage -It's not worth risking high temps, when I can wait a couple of weeks of using the computer to see if no bsod's happen anyway!!

Hi

OK, here it is.

It seems that PC is stable at 4.8GHz. I set 1.45 on the bios. Core voltage on CPU-Z is 1.432-1.440V. VID is 1,3711. Temperatures on real temp 3.67 are going from 60 to 75ºC. PLL is 1.70000. All the rest like it should be.

Is this good?

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Ok. 5 hours with prime95 and again more 5 hours and no problems at all. Fully stable with the multiplier at 48. Core voltage 1.432-1.440 with CPU-Z. Temperatures arround 65 to 77ºC under full load. 6500MB of memory tested. I have 8GB.

Now, I can run intelburn test for 20 times, right? If it passed I can leave this configuration or should I even find a lower Vcore and/or tune more options like PLL?

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