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post #11 of 27
your issue isnt with the board!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

its with you or the CPU.

if you dont accpet our help then stop posting. all your doing is pissing me off and having people laugh at you.

i would bet you wont be able to OC on your incoming new board either
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post #12 of 27
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The CPU will basically be the last part to be ruled out with figuring out my problem. Just to be sure they are swapping in the saberooth and if that can prove the CPU is somehow defective(or not) then they are letting me finally try a new CPU.


I don't really care too much what motherboard I have to use to get the results I want and neither does the shop. They are very over clocking friendly over there and are hoping the new board fixes the problem. The manager of the tech dept. uses the Sabertooth and it was his idea to try it next thumb.gif
post #13 of 27
yes but if you have tried 2 different motherboards and both do not work then there is an extremely low chance a third new mobo will. your issue is in your bios settings and if you would post everything i have asked for then you would already be OCed to whatever you want. it is simple:

post your:

-vcore
-bclk
-pll voltage
-vtt/vccio voltage
-dram voltage
-LLC level


or just take a picture of every bios screen. with the p8z68-v pro boards this is easy. all you have to do is press f12 when you are in each screen in the bios. this will take a screen capture of the page.

you wanted help now take the help. stop switching out products as you are making the shop run around for no reason.
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I refuse to debate any of your ignorant comments and assumptions however if your are interested in an example of settings that blue screen, here you go. This is how I received the computer back from the shop, it looks like they were trying to get it to post at 37x (which is effectively stock). But any modification to other settings causes the BSOD.


The settings changed there should allow the computer to post, with all the research ive done looking at trouble shooting threads and templates ive studied. my voltages all seem in correct parameters.
Edited by cranemaster - 12/6/11 at 10:43am
post #15 of 27
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And to explain:

Ive exhausted everything I can think of to try, using the guides and advice ive found on this site. Nothing ive tried has helped.

I brought it to the shop, everyone there has overclocked sandy bridge computers themselves, I suggested this site for more information but they cannot figure it out either.



So there is about 4 people who have been involved trying to trouble shoot this computer with expertise coming from many different angles with nothing working.


We swapped the motherboard because: I spent $4 more on the non gen3 model the week before - and as a trouble shooting action. It still didnt seem to help.

They suggested the Sabertooth and I agreed. If that doesn't fix my issues then the processor is next.


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Edited by cranemaster - 12/6/11 at 11:01am
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I refuse to debate any of your ignorant comments and assumptions however if your are interested in an example of settings that blue screen, here you go. This is how I received the computer back from the shop, it looks like they were trying to get it to post at 37x (which is effectively stock). But any modification to other settings causes the BSOD.
The settings changed there should allow the computer to post, with all the research ive done looking at trouble shooting threads and templates ive studied. my voltages all seem in correct parameters.

this is things that i see wrong with your current settings:
1- 37 mulit is not "basically stock. 33 is stock and 400mhz over stock on stock volts can cause BSOD.
2- several of your settings are incorrect
3-change your memory frequency profile to XMP(this will set it to its stock settings and this could cause BSOD if set wrong)
4-turn cpu voltage setting to manual and not offset(offset should only be used by experienced individuals-this could cause your BSOD)
5-dram voltage should be set to your RAM's recommended setitng(for 2500k RAM its normally 1.5- this could cause BSOD if set at wrong voltage)
6-set vccio to 1.14
7-set pll voltage to 1.7

i would recommend resetting your bios settings and then try the settings i post when i get home in an hour. i will talk you through it if you would like. i am 100% positive we can get you to 4.5Ghz on your current board and CPU.

im sorry to have been so trite. you aggravated me with the other thread. overclocking isnt for the impatient or faint hearted.
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post #17 of 27
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Following your exact steps I was able to install windows and it's currently running occt.




My own values used are 1.35 vcore and a 39 multi


I tried going to 40, 41 and 42 but no luck. Though 40 lasts awhile before the bsod - it doesn't bsod under stress.




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Edited by cranemaster - 12/6/11 at 1:33pm
post #18 of 27
ok awesome! please post pics of your bios with current settings please. i have a feeling your LLC might need to bumped a lil higher. also when under stress what does your vcore drop to in cpu-z?
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post #19 of 27
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450
Cant see inputed values but they are what you suggested.
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at 3.9GHz my cinebench score is 6.15 (for refrence, if something is underperforming) 6.15 does seem on the lower side, but this isnt so imporant atm.
Edited by cranemaster - 12/6/11 at 2:46pm
post #20 of 27
ok turn LLC to ultra high or what ever is one higher than current. and adjust pll up or down by .05 whichever makes it more stable and put pll overvoltage to enabled instead of auto. i will post a bios screenshot for ya in a short bit. im changing my g15s red leds to blue lol
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