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Originally Posted by Mattb2e View Post

What are your bios settings for your non overclocked profile, and your overclocked profile? Have you tried running a GPU stability test such as Furmark?

all auto.. oc one: OC Settings (Click to show)
load_temperature: ~75 Celsius
idle_temperature: ~40 Celsius
level3: 8 MBytes
l1data: 4x32 KBytes
voltage: 1.288 V
level2: 4x256 KBytes
l1inst: 4x32 KBytes
multiplier: 20 x
busspeed: 170 MHz
corespeed: 3.4 GHz

running furmark now, will be back with results asap!

edit: stress test passed + brenchmark http://www.ozone3d.net/benchmarks/furmark_score_190.php?id=18328

edit2: freezing not fixed :/
Edited by exort - 12/14/11 at 3:33pm
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all auto.. oc one: OC Settings (Click to show)
load_temperature: ~75 Celsius
idle_temperature: ~40 Celsius
level3: 8 MBytes
l1data: 4x32 KBytes
voltage: 1.288 V
level2: 4x256 KBytes
l1inst: 4x32 KBytes
multiplier: 20 x
busspeed: 170 MHz
corespeed: 3.4 GHz
running furmark now, will be back with results asap!
edit: stress test passed + brenchmark http://www.ozone3d.net/benchmarks/furmark_score_190.php?id=18328
edit2: freezing not fixed :/

When I asked for your OC info, I meant the bios settings. Im assuming everything is on auto for no OC, correct? If you passed Furmark, then your GPU should be fine. I would highly suggest against "Auto" settings in the bios. More often than not, the bios will overcompensate, and overvolt components. I suggest that you manually set all parameters within your bios as your next step.

You may seem stable, but if your still crashing, something is wrong.

Do you have any BSOD code information at all? Have you even been BSOD'ing, or is it just freezing.
post #33 of 56
Still have my idea that the HDD is screwed up here. Try with a spare one and see what happnes.
Your best bet is to swap the components one by one and see if the situation improves.
post #34 of 56
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all auto.. oc one: OC Settings (Click to show)
load_temperature: ~75 Celsius
idle_temperature: ~40 Celsius
level3: 8 MBytes
l1data: 4x32 KBytes
voltage: 1.288 V
level2: 4x256 KBytes
l1inst: 4x32 KBytes
multiplier: 20 x
busspeed: 170 MHz
corespeed: 3.4 GHz
running furmark now, will be back with results asap!
edit: stress test passed + brenchmark http://www.ozone3d.net/benchmarks/furmark_score_190.php?id=18328
edit2: freezing not fixed :/

When I asked for your OC info, I meant the bios settings. Im assuming everything is on auto for no OC, correct? If you passed Furmark, then your GPU should be fine. I would highly suggest against "Auto" settings in the bios. More often than not, the bios will overcompensate, and overvolt components. I suggest that you manually set all parameters within your bios as your next step.

You may seem stable, but if your still crashing, something is wrong.

Do you have any BSOD code information at all? Have you even been BSOD'ing, or is it just freezing.

multiplier: 20 x
busspeed: 170 MHz
voltage: 1.288 V
I wrote bios settings, OC is 100% stable!
Sometimes I get freeze, and sometimes I get freeze then BSOD, you can find BSOD info on in the first post or click here
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Still have my idea that the HDD is screwed up here. Try with a spare one and see what happnes.
Your best bet is to swap the components one by one and see if the situation improves.

What makes you think that, HD scan didn't find any errors... and problem happens sometimes after some time of playing
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I have a couple of things for you to try;

1,) Uninstall your audio software/drivers. Under programs and features, find the realtek audio suite and uninstall it. If there isnt a program for this, or it is there but doesnt uninstall the driver, go to device manager and uninstall the driver manually.

After you have the driver uninstalled, go to the Realtek page here http://www.realtek.com/downloads/downloadsView.aspx?Langid=1&PNid=14&PFid=24&Level=4&Conn=3&DownTypeID=3&GetDown=false and download the latest drivers by selecting the appropriate OS. Install the drivers and restart. (You can use driver sweeper, but I dont know that it will make a huge difference)

The latest driver for your audio is from October 21st of this year, the latest driver found on the Asus webpage is from 2009. It could be possible that you have a driver conflict that is causing your issue.


2.) Only do this if the above doesn't fix the issue. Download and install BlueScreenview, from here http://download.cnet.com/BlueScreenView/3000-2094_4-10965136.html

This program will tell you which driver is responsible for the crash at the time the minidump was generated. This information can be useful when tracking down a hardware or software issue and will help point us in the right direction.

Post back with any updates.
post #36 of 56
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I have a couple of things for you to try;
1,) Uninstall your audio software/drivers. Under programs and features, find the realtek audio suite and uninstall it. If there isnt a program for this, or it is there but doesnt uninstall the driver, go to device manager and uninstall the driver manually.
After you have the driver uninstalled, go to the Realtek page here http://www.realtek.com/downloads/downloadsView.aspx?Langid=1&PNid=14&PFid=24&Level=4&Conn=3&DownTypeID=3&GetDown=false and download the latest drivers by selecting the appropriate OS. Install the drivers and restart. (You can use driver sweeper, but I dont know that it will make a huge difference)
The latest driver for your audio is from October 21st of this year, the latest driver found on the Asus webpage is from 2009. It could be possible that you have a driver conflict that is causing your issue.
2.) Only do this if the above doesn't fix the issue. Download and install BlueScreenview, from here http://download.cnet.com/BlueScreenView/3000-2094_4-10965136.html
This program will tell you which driver is responsible for the crash at the time the minidump was generated. This information can be useful when tracking down a hardware or software issue and will help point us in the right direction.
Post back with any updates.

I've experience some problems with realtek audio drivers, so I just reinstalled windows ones
BSViewer is empty..
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post #37 of 56
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I have a couple of things for you to try;
1,) Uninstall your audio software/drivers. Under programs and features, find the realtek audio suite and uninstall it. If there isnt a program for this, or it is there but doesnt uninstall the driver, go to device manager and uninstall the driver manually.
After you have the driver uninstalled, go to the Realtek page here http://www.realtek.com/downloads/downloadsView.aspx?Langid=1&PNid=14&PFid=24&Level=4&Conn=3&DownTypeID=3&GetDown=false and download the latest drivers by selecting the appropriate OS. Install the drivers and restart. (You can use driver sweeper, but I dont know that it will make a huge difference)
The latest driver for your audio is from October 21st of this year, the latest driver found on the Asus webpage is from 2009. It could be possible that you have a driver conflict that is causing your issue.
2.) Only do this if the above doesn't fix the issue. Download and install BlueScreenview, from here http://download.cnet.com/BlueScreenView/3000-2094_4-10965136.html
This program will tell you which driver is responsible for the crash at the time the minidump was generated. This information can be useful when tracking down a hardware or software issue and will help point us in the right direction.
Post back with any updates.

I've experience some problems with realtek audio drivers, so I just reinstalled windows ones
BSViewer is empty..

Make sure that your minidumps are enabled. Go to control panel->system->Advanced system settings->Startup and recovery settings

Make sure "Write event to system log" is enabled, and "Kernel dump" is selected in the drop down.


If that stuff is there, which it generally is by default, unless you changed it, your system is hanging before it is bsod'ing.



As far as the realtek drivers go, you installed the latest ones and had problems?
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@Mattb2e I'm not sure what was the problem with realtek, because that was long time ago. I just find them useless, so I uninstalled them.. I noticed my mouse movement starts to be a bit laggy (if I alt-tab) when that distortions start. Check this example: When I turn on computer, I start Rockmelt to check some sites I usually visit, then after I start HoN or any game that requires more then 10% CPU load, I will get 99% of times freeze. After I restart computer and start a game again (because it has reconnection features) I can play as long as I wont, and computer wont crash. That really bothers me, because I cant determine the problem, could it be software? Memory overloading?
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Here is the problem, I've just started a game, spectating my friend, and distortions started. After that I tabbed and run CPU-Z, I was just wondering if CPU is doing something, and it does, check out this:

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Unbelievable, core speed, multiplier and qpi link started spiking up and down like crazy. core speed was up to 9GHz.
So now when I know the problem, is there someone knowing how to fix it?
OC settings are not on auto

bclk is 170
multiplier 20
qpi link lowest setting
even that setting that windows control cpu is off
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Here is the problem, I've just started a game, spectating my friend, and distortions started. After that I tabbed and run CPU-Z, I was just wondering if CPU is doing something, and it does, check out this:

411

Unbelievable, core speed, multiplier and qpi link started spiking up and down like crazy. core speed was up to 9GHz.
So now when I know the problem, is there someone knowing how to fix it?
OC settings are not on auto

bclk is 170
multiplier 20
qpi link lowest setting
even that setting that windows control cpu is off

Is turbo mode, C1E and speedstep disabled in the bios?
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