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Increase your voltage...
    
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Increase your voltage...
already gone up as high as 1.43v

Stability does not change from about 1.35 - 1.45v
post #13 of 33
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ran some OCCT benchmarks to try a new OC

Looking at my 12v rail, it seems low.

Would this be anything to worry about:



Based on this, when under load my 12v drops down to around 11.5.

Or is OCCT not that accurate?

http://www.users.on.net/kcherry/110311-13868-01.dmp

Also here's a copy of my dump file. If anyone could have a look and give my any pointers that'd be great.

All the 124 BSODs point to hall.dll and ntoskrnl.exe
Edited by matthew87 - 11/3/11 at 2:46am
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Software power supply readings are NEVER accurate. 11.40v is the lowest end of ATX specification though, so TECHNICALLY, you're still fine. You can double check with a multimeter though if you want to be sure, and I'll bet that reading will be a good bit higher with a proper DMM test.

Sounds like a voltage issue, or a motherboard issue to me. 400+ FSB was kind of a difficult task for some boards to reach (especially 450 like you're doing).
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Did a bit more testing over the weekend.

Does not matter what VTT or Vcore i set. Stability does not improve with vcore ranging from 1.33 - 1.40.

tried vtt of 1.20 - 1.40. Again no improvement.

Tried modifying all GTLs, keeping in the range of 0.08 - 0.10.

Have confirmed motherboard is able to running at 448mhz FSB without issue. I dropped the CPU's multi from 8.5x to 8.0x, a change of 3.8ghz to 3.6ghz. CPU appeared ot be rock solid in all the testing i could throw at it.

Also worth noting the CPU is under water cooling, even under IBT for 2 hours the CPU's highest temperature as recorded in CPU Temp was 55 degrees c .

So seems to me this CPU simply is not capable of 3.8ghz.

Its it even possible for a CPU to pass IBT, OCCT, Linx, and Prime, and be 100% stable under load yet crash at idle?

I would have thought instability would show under load, never heard of a CPU behaving this way beforfe. Stable at a high o/c under load, but instable at high OC when idle.
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I had this problem before. Back year ago with my 775 P5N-E SLI.

While using it, i got random BSODs telling me that IRQL is not less or equal. I chaged ram, still the same thing.

In the end i changed the mobo and hey presto! Everything worked fine.
Some guy at microcenters was telling me that all Asus mobos have issues, and the ROG boards have the worst issues of all. Idk if I believe him or not, but I have never had an issue when I had my msi mobo, only this one.
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would FSB strap be worth looking into for this?

I've traditonally been leaving it on auto. Could i see any stability improvement with this set manually?
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would FSB strap be worth looking into for this?

I've traditonally been leaving it on auto. Could i see any stability improvement with this set manually?
Always worthy a shot. I find Auto does not mean stability, Sometimes a small tweak can really help.
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Problem is LLC is enabled.
Vcore rises under load to stabilise the CPU.

Either re-do OC without LLC or raise the Vcore till idle Vcore = current Load Vcore.
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Problem is LLC is enabled.
Vcore rises under load to stabilise the CPU.

Either re-do OC without LLC or raise the Vcore till idle Vcore = current Load Vcore.
TBH i think i have tried this.

PC can pass Prime95 small, blend, large, OCCT 4.0.0, and IBT at 1.3500v in bios with LLC on. Have increased vcore to as high as 1.39 with no improvement.

Have also tried with LLC off. Even raising the vcore to 1.425v provided no improvement.

I'm actually starting to think it might be GTL references.

For my CPU to be able to pass large fft and blend in Prime95 the GTLs need to be manually tweaked. Core 1 in particular tends to fail P95 if its respective GTL is not around 0.830. Core 0 will also fail if its GTL is not around 0.825.

Currently started my entire OC again.

1.36250v core
0.645 0/2 GTL
0.650 1/3 GTL
1.28vtt
1.34v FSB (running a tad higher then what i believe it needs)
0.645 FSB GTL (i've read that its a good idea to sync this with the CPU GTLs?)
PLL 1.56

PC is now Prim95, OCCT, IBT, Memtest86, and 6 hours of PC gaming stable.

Perhaps its a case that although stable under load, the GTL needs to be tweaked a little more?

Is it possible that GTL could result in the error im seeing if they're to high or low?

If so, i'm thinking it might be a case of the GTLs are still a notch or two two out and thus causing some issues with the CPU.
Edited by matthew87 - 11/6/11 at 4:57pm
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