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so Im at +.020 turbo, .005 offset, LLC 3, PLL Auto, hitting 1.320v @ 45x @ load hitting 90c+ during the hottest part of my P95 run and getting WHEA errors all over the place.
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Originally Posted by LReyes66 View Post

Ok I cant seem to find a value for 4.2ghz that will run prime95 stable for more then 2-3+hours. I had originally thought i found a stable settings but when i leave prime95 running over night i find my computer had resetted. mad.gif

If I raise the turbo voltage by 1 it fails, if i lower it, it will eventually freeze.

I know not all computers are the same but ive seen people with the same cpu/mobo push up to 4.2 stable with stock voltages.

Anyone see anything wrong with my bios settings?
Well, you'll have to find your own offset setting. Since every chip has different VIDs and scales differently, it's pointless to rely on other people's offset results.
They may give you a starting point, but if you're still having errors with the current voltage, it's simply not enough.

You also might want to increase your LLC level (which will actually cause less LLC, thank you Asrock for designing the backwards!). You'll need to set even more offset to reach the same Vcore under load this way, but it's closer to Intel's original spec, and I've found it to be more stable without LLC anyway. Your mileage may vary though.
Edited by spoonium - 4/4/13 at 4:57pm
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so Im at +.020 turbo, .005 offset, LLC 3, PLL Auto, hitting 1.320v @ 45x @ load hitting 90c+ during the hottest part of my P95 run and getting WHEA errors all over the place.
That's high temps and high VCore for 4.5, but every chip is different. did you take the lid off yet?

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Well, you'll have to find your own offset setting. Since every chip has different VIDs and scales differently, it's pointless to rely on other people's offset results.
They may give you a starting point, but if you're still having errors with the current voltage, it's simply not enough.

You also might want to increase your LLC level (which will actually cause less LLC, thank you Asrock for designing the backwards!). You'll need to set even more offset to reach the same Vcore under load this way, but it's closer to Intel's original spec, and I've found it to be more stable without LLC anyway. Your mileage may vary though.

This is right on the money, use LLC4 or 5 for 4.2, no sense in sending extra voltage at this early in the game.
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That's high temps and high VCore for 4.5, but every chip is different. did you take the lid off yet?

I FINALLY got a 30 minute P95 run without a WHEA error or a crash. but Im at +.053 (or something close) turbo, .005 offset, 1.352v @ load. During the 8k tests it hit 101c devil.gif <~~ I think this guy is living in my CPU. I did however just jump from .020 to the .053 turbo just to get a stable P95 run. I guess I can start bringing it down. Though i really want that 4.8 -.-

No lid popped yet. Will be tonight after WoW raid (damn internet dragons cant wait). Already have my vice set up biggrin.gif
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I FINALLY got a 30 minute P95 run without a WHEA error or a crash. but Im at +.053 (or something close) turbo, .005 offset, 1.352v @ load. During the 8k tests it hit 101c devil.gif <~~ I think this guy is living in my CPU. I did however just jump from .020 to the .053 turbo just to get a stable P95 run. I guess I can start bringing it down. Though i really want that 4.8 -.-

No lid popped yet. Will be tonight after WoW raid (damn internet dragons cant wait). Already have my vice set up biggrin.gif
that's on an H90? that's uncomfortably high for a high dollar cooler. My little zalman 92mm was doing better than that at 4.8 before I popped the top. Double check everything when you are slapping it all back together, something sounds wrong .
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Ive tried level 3 llc with same results so ill try level 4.


So u recommend raising the offsett over .005v? Thought it wasnt recommened going higher
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Ive tried level 3 llc with same results so ill try level 4.
So u recommend raising the offsett over .005v? Thought it wasnt recommened going higher

Raising the offset is fine. Try changing LLC back to 3, put CPU PLL on auto, and work Offset and turbo from there. You have options, use offset to change vcore only with turbo on auto (works fine - I ran 46x like that for months). Speedstep will reduce vcore along the VID table/line with multiplier step-down... or set offset at a lower value (5-15mV) and add the necessary load vcore with turbo. I find that the latter has limits at high OC (48/49+) in that it just does not seem push enough to the chip (could be this E3G3, can't speak to the z77OCF since I still do not have my WC loop set up ohno-smiley.gif). so, just work with vcore before tweaking any other settings - you can fine tune a stable OC later.

A relatively quick way to test each vcore increment is to use IBT on standard settings with the whea alert set up. if it's good for 10 passes with no whea, then run prime for as long as it's good or you're satisfied.

Main thing with Ivy is to control temperature... much more critical than with Sandy.
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I've got it 24 hour prime stable at 4.6 GHz with a +0.025 offset. It seems pretty stable under load at about 1.288V, peaks at 1.304. Max temp over 24 hours in the hottest core was 81, most of the time much below that.

WHEA errors went away too, yea!
    
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I've got it 24 hour prime stable at 4.6 GHz with a +0.025 offset. It seems pretty stable under load at about 1.288V, peaks at 1.304. Max temp over 24 hours in the hottest core was 81, most of the time much below that.

WHEA errors went away too, yea!
nice - with turbo on auto?
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