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For vtt dont put it above 1.2v you still have a little more room to go before you reach 1.2v VTT. offset probably leave it at +0.90 and test.
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For vtt dont put it above 1.2v you still have a little more room to go before you reach 1.2v VTT. offset probably leave it at +0.90 and test.

I will try VTT at 1.2v then and see if that helps, should I also bump VCCSA to 1.2v or keep it at 1.175v?

Thanks for the help. smile.gif
    
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I will try VTT at 1.2v then and see if that helps, should I also bump VCCSA to 1.2v or keep it at 1.175v?

Thanks for the help. smile.gif

VCCSA safe zone is 1.2v also.. I think anything higher you will start to get CPU degradation, So 1.2v for VCCSA and VTT is the safe limits thumb.gif

Give it a go and see if you are stable during gaming or everyday use..
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VCCSA safe zone is 1.2v also.. I think anything higher you will start to get CPU degradation, So 1.2v for VCCSA and VTT is the safe limits thumb.gif

Give it a go and see if you are stable during gaming or everyday use..

Thanks, going to try 1.190v and see if it improves, if it fails then try 1.2v.

May I ask what VTT you use for 4.6GHz?
    
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Thanks, going to try 1.190v and see if it improves, if it fails then try 1.2v.

May I ask what VTT you use for 4.6GHz?

I left mine set to auto purely for the fact that i remember someone here said it is used for BLCK overclocking, which i did not do! But when i tried 4.7ghz i used 1.2v on the dot, and was stable both on prime and IBT for 30 minutes, Then tested my PC with everyday use, and left it on idle over night and no BSOD. But i will only use that OC during Winter tongue.gif

Are you OC'ing with Cpu strap or just using multiplier?

I reckon with 1.2v you should be able to be stable now.

It is either caused because of that, or when your CPU down clocks it might be a bit unstable.
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I left mine set to auto purely for the fact that i remember someone here said it is used for BLCK overclocking, which i did not do! But when i tried 4.7ghz i used 1.2v on the dot, and was stable both on prime and IBT for 30 minutes, Then tested my PC with everyday use, and left it on idle over night and no BSOD. But i will only use that OC during Winter tongue.gif

Are you OC'ing with Cpu strap or just using multiplier?

I reckon with 1.2v you should be able to be stable now.

It is either caused because of that, or when your CPU down clocks it might be a bit unstable.

I overclock with just the Multiplier, I didn't touch the strap. I set the VTT to 1.187v and VCCSA to 1.190v, we'll see if that helps, going to let it Folding on the GPU's overnight with the CPU idling just like I do every night, we'll see if it crashes or it survives the night. smile.gif

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I overclock with just the Multiplier, I didn't touch the strap. I set the VTT to 1.187v and VCCSA to 1.190v, we'll see if that helps, going to let it Folding on the GPU's overnight with the CPU idling just like I do every night, we'll see if it crashes or it survives the night. smile.gif

Will update back in 7 hours.

Awesome smile.gif Let us know how it goes, if it still happens we will try and troubleshoot some more! thumb.gif
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Awesome smile.gif Let us know how it goes, if it still happens we will try and troubleshoot some more! thumb.gif

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Read this:

http://martinsliquidlab.org/2012/01/24/corrosion-explored/

If that does not phase you, I'd say buy the koolance 380i.
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Read this:

http://martinsliquidlab.org/2012/01/24/corrosion-explored/

If that does not phase you, I'd say buy the koolance 380i.

I don't get it. Have you personally had a Koolance block that has flaked? I started off on a Koolance CPU-360 on my i7-860 and my i7-3930K and has lasted for awhile. I got an EK Supreme HF - Nickel Plexi which I ended up not installing out of fear it will flake and kept using the 360 til the 380i came out (Til today, the EK Supreme HF still remains unopened with the seal on sitting on my shelf.) I have also used the VID-NX480 block for my GTX 480 for almost 4 years with no problems.

But I digress. The talk about waterblocks flaking is going a bit off topic. Came here to see if anyone else is BSOD'ing on Crysis 3. I having somewhat the same problems as kcuestag in that my OC settings will pass IBT, Prime 95 and benchmarking programs, but will randomly BSOD playing Crysis 3 on campaign.

EDIT: Yeah my chip is pooping out. 4.8 HT on is no longer IBT stable for some reason. After I tried running Unigine Valley, it crashed again and tried to reverify. I dialed her back to 4.6 w/ HT on @ 1.4 now frown.gif
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