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I tried to find out what this BSOD mean, it happend after 20 minutes when i was just browsing and then i hit shutdown and it got BSOD
Vcore: 1,275
3,9GHz
65C

It says 0x00000E4
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post #1152 of 9601
Well I flashed my Z68 Pro3 with the 2.10 BIOS and threw a 3770k cpu in there. Had drama's with drivers so I did a fresh install of Windows and tried again. Managed to hit 4.7ghz at 1.3v with some very brief testing, but I have major issues when trying to use Quicksync. After many bios resets I tried 3 different Intel drivers and 2 different Viru's but my system will full lock up when Quicksync is activated.

Have just ordered a Z77 Extreme4 to see if that solves my problems. I'm hoping its just a Z68+Ivy problem, as my 2600k has worked flawlessly for over a year with the Z68 board. Hopefully by new M/B gets here before next weekend.
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IDK, its hard to say, it could do any number of things. Although I find it odd that you have passed 11 hours of Aida, yet you get a rounding error.

Thats not the odd part. So i finished the 11 hour AIDA64 run booted up Prime 95 and voila BSOD in 5 mins, i kid you not. Have bumped up the turbo and it now runs at 1.272-1.28V at 4.5 GHZ. Passed 1 hr 12 mins of Prime95 and then the same Core 2 gave the rounding error. Temps are crazy and i do not think I should up the volts anymore. Average temps at load is 80-81C and Max ive recorded was 85C on 1 core. Idle temps are about 35C. My CPU PLL voltage i have increased to 1.84 V and Internal PLL overvoltage is currently Disable.

I think I will give up on my goal of 4.5 GHz and go to 4.4 unless someone helps me. Should I do some multiplier changes to only core 2 which keeps failing on me. Will I get better results by increasing PLL Volts. Damn shame that i cannot reach 4.5 GHz when using H100 too.
post #1154 of 9601
Hi there
I own a Z77 extreme 4 mobo. The cpu is a 3570k and the cooler is a noctua dh14.
Does anybody know the more or less offset value for a 4.4ghz OC?
I've gone from 0.015+ to 0.0045+ and still can't get it stable.
Between +30 to +45 i can boot run prime 95 for like a few hours but get 1 error on one of the workers.
The programs are glitchy.
I leave pll values on auto and OC turbo auto or by 0.04+ but the result is the same.
Temps don't raise above 80ºC even at offset 0.045+.

Should I try a fixed vcore value? If so what value should I start at?
I should be able to do 4.4 easy unless my chip is a complete dud imo.
post #1155 of 9601
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Hi there
I own a Z77 extreme 4 mobo. The cpu is a 3570k and the cooler is a noctua dh14.
Does anybody know the more or less offset value for a 4.4ghz OC?
I've gone from 0.015+ to 0.0045+ and still can't get it stable.
Between +30 to +45 i can boot run prime 95 for like a few hours but get 1 error on one of the workers.
The programs are glitchy.
I leave pll values on auto and OC turbo auto or by 0.04+ but the result is the same.
Temps don't raise above 80ºC even at offset 0.045+.
Should I try a fixed vcore value? If so what value should I start at?
I should be able to do 4.4 easy unless my chip is a complete dud imo.


same board and chip for me, and I am using fixed with LLC level 3 and vcore 1.230 and I just did 24 hours of prime no whea errors
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I tried to find out what this BSOD mean, it happend after 20 minutes when i was just browsing and then i hit shutdown and it got BSOD
Vcore: 1,275
3,9GHz
65C
It says 0x00000E4

Typically, the 0x00000e4 Windows 7 error code is usually caused by Windows system file malfunction. (taken from wiki); probably needs more juice.
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Thats not the odd part. So i finished the 11 hour AIDA64 run booted up Prime 95 and voila BSOD in 5 mins, i kid you not. Have bumped up the turbo and it now runs at 1.272-1.28V at 4.5 GHZ. Passed 1 hr 12 mins of Prime95 and then the same Core 2 gave the rounding error. Temps are crazy and i do not think I should up the volts anymore. Average temps at load is 80-81C and Max ive recorded was 85C on 1 core. Idle temps are about 35C. My CPU PLL voltage i have increased to 1.84 V and Internal PLL overvoltage is currently Disable.
I think I will give up on my goal of 4.5 GHz and go to 4.4 unless someone helps me. Should I do some multiplier changes to only core 2 which keeps failing on me. Will I get better results by increasing PLL Volts. Damn shame that i cannot reach 4.5 GHz when using H100 too.

I had my PLL up that high too before I read its not really needed for lighter overclocks. I also read that running lower PLL values will decrease temps a bit too. Is 1.28v your windows or bios vcore? What llc level are you running?

Which Prime test did you run,and with what settings?

If it makes you feel any better, I havent nailed down my overclock yet, but so far it looks like I need at least 1.32v in windows to stay stable at 4.5ghz, and apparently 1.3v-1.32v is the norm for that overclock.

What CPU cooler are you using btw?
post #1158 of 9601
Thx for the reply
I've tried fixed at that value. w the llc at 3.
Doesn't work for me. Upped until 1.280 still doesn't work. I can boot into windows at 1.280 but as soon as I run prime 95 after a few seconds it resets.
For a 4.4Ghz shouldn't 1.280 be more than enough? Less than 1.230 doesn't work either. Someone said here that 1.3 1.32 is normal for 4.5????
I'm almost at those values in the bios and still can't get 4.4?.
In cpuz I get way less like 1.244 or something like that. And the temps seem lower w the fixed value (70-75ºC) than the offset value.

I really don't get it. Does turbo @ 0.004+ do any difference at all cuz i can't tell, tried it on and off and the results seem the same.
Shouldn't cpuz's value reflect the bios value? I mean if you choose a fixed value, cpuz should be 1.280 too no?
Arrrrrrrggghhh it was easier w my old ass pentium 4 to OC than this new core icrap xD!!!!!!
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Thx for the reply
I've tried fixed at that value. w the llc at 3.
Doesn't work for me. Upped until 1.280 still doesn't work. I can boot into windows at 1.280 but as soon as I run prime 95 after a few seconds it resets.
For a 4.4Ghz shouldn't 1.280 be more than enough? Less than 1.230 doesn't work either. Someone said here that 1.3 1.32 is normal for 4.5????
I'm almost at those values in the bios and still can't get 4.4?.
In cpuz I get way less like 1.244 or something like that. And the temps seem lower w the fixed value (70-75ºC) than the offset value.
I really don't get it. Does turbo @ 0.004+ do any difference at all cuz i can't tell, tried it on and off and the results seem the same.
Shouldn't cpuz's value reflect the bios value? I mean if you choose a fixed value, cpuz should be 1.280 too no?
Arrrrrrrggghhh it was easier w my old ass pentium 4 to OC than this new core icrap xD!!!!!!

Try running LLC at max, if its anything like my board, the vdroop is awful. What is your Vcore in CPUz in windows with your bios set at 1.28 with LLC level 3? My board at 1.36v in bios was giving me somewhere around 1.28v in windows with LLC at level 5 (the lowest setting)
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I strongly disagree with doing TIM in this method. What I've found to be the absolute best method is to start with a single "dot" (or grain, or small pea size blob, whatever your analogy is) and then spread it using an old credit card. Take your time, do it slowly with light pressure, and take it from corner to corner. Imagine spreading it like frosting on a cake in terms of how you make smooth, broad strokes; and keep the pressure light enough to avoid creating peaks and valleys in the compound. I found a temp drop of 7c over more "conventional" methods of TIM application.
I hope this helps you (and others with similar issues) out.
Hyde

If you look at the link you quoted:
http://www.arcticsilver.com/intel_application_method.html#
The instructions describe exactly what you're saying here about using a credit card. They call it "Tinting the Heatsink and Metal cap". It's interesting to hear your results with it. I'm going to try it next time I install a heatsink.

Those instructions say to do both the tinting and applying more. Do you do that? Or do you only do the tinting and no compound beyond that?
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