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post #5991 of 9531
Do your know what BSOD you got?

My guess would be that your offset is slightly too low. I would bump your offset up 1 notch.
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Just a questiona bout my temps on my cpu.
im, not sure if i mounted or applied thermal paste on my noctua d14 unevenly.

1st and 4th cores are usually low ad are the same.

2nd and 3rd cores are high and are the same.

example. 69, 75, 75, 69.

is this normal?

or should i try remounting cooler or reapplying thermal paste

Yea thats normal
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Hi Guys

Been running my OC at 4.6 for some time without any issues till now.

I was playing around in photoshop resizing images and it Blue Screened me :/ . How do I diagnose this problem, have eventviewer open but unsure what I'm looking for.

Many Thanks

What bsod code did you get? Look under admin events and you'll see an unexpected shutdown, check the event number.
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ok guys so theres a Lord Xeb guy that says 1792 FFTs @ 1min intervals is much better for stressing than your test, Anythoughts. Ive been playing around with what he said and so far, ive found it to be true. Ive gotten errors to pop up with his test quicker than the test in here (not to say that this isnt effective, just want a different opinion, and a level headed discussion)

let me elaborate: Basically the idea is that the small FFTs "only tests your on-die cache, and only level 1 or something (ie a very small part of it)" (from another poster on the same thread). This is where the heat comes from. The heat from the 8k tests is not really simulating real world scenarios. The 1792s basically thrash your cpu, drop it out of load, thrash it again, and do this indefinitely. You should never come anywhere close to the heat produced by small FFts.

I didnt explain that near as well as the other thread did. But im trying!

Where can I find more info about this? I've tried searching, but there are a lot of entries with 1792 and prime, so that didn't do much good.
Always looking for little things that help to quickly determine if a setting is probably stable or not, and want to see how this compares against e.g. 960k on v26.6 or 864k on v27.9 (yes, the version does also matter, 27.x for example introduced AVX code which stresses the CPU differently, and it also has a different set of values it runs during a custom test, etc).
post #5995 of 9531
I have a question.
Why my ratio drop to 33 during Prime95?

When I run Prime95 (in both modes, Blend and Custom) my ratio drops from 46 to 33.
It doesn't happen during first few minutes but after 3mins it start. After 5mins almost half of time it stays at 33 instead 46. My temps max are 65-69*C after 5 min of Prime95.
I run cpu-z and Asrock AXTU utility to monitor (both at the same time).
On HWMonitor I can see that power consumption drops from 1.36 to 1.15-1.16

I have my PC longer than a year now and am trying to OC a bit.
Pro3 Gen3 (i know it sux)
Turbo +0.016
offset +50mV
Speedstep: Enabled
Enhanced Halt State (C1E): Enabled
CPU C3 State Support: Disabled
CPU C6 State Support: Disabled
Package C State Support: Disabled

I am using Speedstep technology but isn't that suppose to be used when PC is idling?
Is it going to happen during playing games?

Thanks

/e: Just to let you know i disable few things in bios like Serial ports and sound card.
Edited by Locaj - 4/23/13 at 6:04am
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OK, here's my follow-up. I set the SATA mode to ACHI and still did not fix the issue. Next, I took an old HDD and installed Win7, did a few reboots and then ran Seatools on it to check for issues (couldn't remember if there were any issues with it or not, so I wanted to be safe). Passed Seatools w/o issue.

Next I added the current drive (which also was a Seagate, not a WD like I thought) and was going to run Seatools on it to check for issues. When I rebooted, it attempted boot with the current drive, not the old "fresh" drive - even though the SATA positions indicated it should have booted the old drive first. Any way it did the same BSOD & restart, so I did manual boot selection to the old drive at which I would now get a repeatable "no boot record, press ctrl+alt+del" message, with no option for repair or command prompt. I could not get past this new error.

So, before bed I re-re-installed windows on this old drive again and just did a few reboots this morning and set it to do another full fix scan on Seatools on this old drive before leaving.

Any ideas on how the current drive could have affected the MBR of the old drive? Does this sound like my issue is a HDD issue? Or possibly a mobo issue with say, a HDD controller or something else?

When I get home, assuming Seatools came back good on the old drive, I'll hook up the current drive again, this time through a dock, and attempt to run Seatools on it that way.

Just to be clear, the "old" drive is the functional test drive, the "current" drive is the one I reported having the issue with in Post #5983.

Any other ideas?
post #5997 of 9531
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I have a question.
Why my ratio drop to 33 during Prime95?

When I run Prime95 (in both modes, Blend and Custom) my ratio drops from 46 to 33.
It doesn't happen during first few minutes but after 3mins it start. After 5mins almost half of time it stays at 33 instead 46.
I run cpu-z and Asrock AXTU utility to monitor (both at the same time).
On HWMonitor I can see that power consumption drops from 1.36 to 1.15-1.16

I have my PC longer than a year now and am trying to OC a bit.
Pro3 Gen3 (i know it sux)
Turbo +0.016
offset +50mV
Speedstep: Enabled
Enhanced Halt State (C1E): Enabled
CPU C3 State Support: Disabled
CPU C6 State Support: Disabled
Package C State Support: Disabled

I am using Speedstep technology but isn't that suppose to be used when PC is idling?
Is it going to happen during playing games?

Thanks

/e: Just to let you know i disable few things in bios like Serial ports and sound card.

I would suggest NOT using two monitoring programs at a time, there are some people smarter than me that will be able to better explain why more than one program cant hook sensors at the same time. Get rid of AXTU and just use HW Monitor. Next I would check your power profile, make sure the min/max cpu usage is set to 5%/100% respectively. Also, what are your temperatures like? Could possibly be thermal throttling.

Filling out rigbuilder and outing your rig in your sig will help us help you, and so will taking Screen Shots of your bios and posting them for us to see. To take shots of your bios, format a thumbdrive in fat32 and hit f12 in bios.
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I have a question.
Why my ratio drop to 33 during Prime95?

When I run Prime95 (in both modes, Blend and Custom) my ratio drops from 46 to 33.
It doesn't happen during first few minutes but after 3mins it start. After 5mins almost half of time it stays at 33 instead 46. My temps max are 65-69*C after 5 min of Prime95.
I run cpu-z and Asrock AXTU utility to monitor (both at the same time).
On HWMonitor I can see that power consumption drops from 1.36 to 1.15-1.16

I have my PC longer than a year now and am trying to OC a bit.
Pro3 Gen3 (i know it sux)
Turbo +0.016
offset +50mV
Speedstep: Enabled
Enhanced Halt State (C1E): Enabled
CPU C3 State Support: Disabled
CPU C6 State Support: Disabled
Package C State Support: Disabled

I am using Speedstep technology but isn't that suppose to be used when PC is idling?
Is it going to happen during playing games?

Thanks

/e: Just to let you know i disable few things in bios like Serial ports and sound card.

Thanks @inedenimadam.

Done my rig as much as I could.
Here are shots of my bios settings and two screens of Prime95 with HWMonitor.

All normal settings

CPU advanced settings


And here Prime95, screens are made within 20 seconds apart. The longer I keep Prim95 running the more time it will stay at 33.
I did not run any ratio monitoring app but you can clearly see from voltage and power.

Screen #1 below, low voltage, low temp, low power consumption = ratio 33


Screen #2 below, normal voltage, normal temp, normal power consumption = ratio 46


For easy reading please see below direct links to Prime95 screens
#1 http://imageshack.us/a/img22/3246/111jkw.jpg
#2 http://imageshack.us/a/img29/8581/222yq.jpg
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I would use CPU-z and real temp to monitor your cpu during P95. Your bios seems to be set up right.

What is your idle vcore at a 16 multi in CPU-z?
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Idel vcore is 1.016-1.024.

Is CPU-z suppose to show 16multi?
Yeah... Shouldn't Speedstep kick in and save me some electricity??
Edited by Locaj - 4/23/13 at 7:39am
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