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post #6401 of 9531
Hello everyone.

I am trying to diagnose why my system is rebooting, blue screen error. Currently the overclock has been removed whilst I investigate this issue.

I have the Event Viewer open however unsure what error code to look for. Typically the system only crashes during a remote session.

Many Thanks
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Originally Posted by xcom- View Post

Hello everyone.

I am trying to diagnose why my system is rebooting, blue screen error. Currently the overclock has been removed whilst I investigate this issue.

I have the Event Viewer open however unsure what error code to look for. Typically the system only crashes during a remote session.

Many Thanks

What was the computer being used for at the time of the crash? Did you use the guide at the beginning of this thread to overclock? Now that you have reset everything to default, are you still getting the crashes? What were the system events right before and after the crash?
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What was the computer being used for at the time of the crash? Did you use the guide at the beginning of this thread to overclock? Now that you have reset everything to default, are you still getting the crashes? What were the system events right before and after the crash?
I

Yes I followed the guide and reset the OC about 2 weeks ago, crashes continue and are irregular however seem to be when I'm Team Viewered into the machine from work.

Events:

The system has rebooted without cleanly shutting down first. This error could be caused if the system stopped responding, crashed, or lost power unexpectedly.
Broadcom NetLink (TM) Gigabit Ethernet: The network link is down. Check to make sure the network cable is properly connected.
The previous system shutdown at 15:47:48 on ‎20/‎05/‎2013 was unexpected.
The computer has rebooted from a bugcheck. The bugcheck was: 0x0000001a (0x0000000000041790, 0xfffffa8005a30e40, 0x000000000000ffff, 0x0000000000000000). A dump was saved in: C:\Windows\MEMORY.DMP. Report Id: 052013-7846-01.
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Originally Posted by inedenimadam View Post

What was the computer being used for at the time of the crash? Did you use the guide at the beginning of this thread to overclock? Now that you have reset everything to default, are you still getting the crashes? What were the system events right before and after the crash?
I

Yes I followed the guide and reset the OC about 2 weeks ago, crashes continue and are irregular however seem to be when I'm Team Viewered into the machine from work.

Events:

The system has rebooted without cleanly shutting down first. This error could be caused if the system stopped responding, crashed, or lost power unexpectedly.
Broadcom NetLink (TM) Gigabit Ethernet: The network link is down. Check to make sure the network cable is properly connected.
The previous system shutdown at 15:47:48 on ‎20/‎05/‎2013 was unexpected.
The computer has rebooted from a bugcheck. The bugcheck was: 0x0000001a (0x0000000000041790, 0xfffffa8005a30e40, 0x000000000000ffff, 0x0000000000000000). A dump was saved in: C:\Windows\MEMORY.DMP. Report Id: 052013-7846-01.

01A points to RAM, either a stick is bad or not seated properly, Get this software, put it on a disk/flash drive, and run it, overnight or longer.
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Hi guys,
I overclocked my 3770k easily to 4.5 with 1.246v vcore for couple months now..
But when I try to do 4.6 I had to increase the vcore to 1.312v to get stable, with PLL voltage to 1.708v and LLC level 2!
And Offset Voltage (+0.005v) and Turbo Voltage (+0.043v)..
I'm doing ok? // I need the extra power for the Flight Simulator that I'm running incase you are wondring..
I just wanted to check that I'm running everything ok and not doing something wrong?

Thank you,
post #6406 of 9531
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Hi guys,
I overclocked my 3770k easily to 4.5 with 1.246v vcore for couple months now..
But when I try to do 4.6 I had to increase the vcore to 1.312v to get stable, with PLL voltage to 1.708v and LLC level 2!
And Offset Voltage (+0.005v) and Turbo Voltage (+0.043v)..
I'm doing ok? // I need the extra power for the Flight Simulator that I'm running incase you are wondring..
I just wanted to check that I'm running everything ok and not doing something wrong?

Thank you,
We should be able to get you to 46... It would really help if you posted some bios screenshots (usb key, fat32, post with it in, hit F12 on each bios page - scroll where needed). also please fill out your rig specs. What mobo? what cpu cooler... etc.?
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We should be able to get you to 46... It would really help if you posted some bios screenshots (usb key, fat32, post with it in, hit F12 on each bios page - scroll where needed). also please fill out your rig specs. What mobo? what cpu cooler... etc.?

I just updated my profile with my specs..
And here is my screen shots!
Although that I'm already running on 4.6,
I just wanted to make sure that I'm doing everything by the book and there is nothing wrong with my settings?







Thank you ,
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I just updated my profile with my specs..
And here is my screen shots!
Although that I'm already running on 4.6,
I just wanted to make sure that I'm doing everything by the book and there is nothing wrong with my settings?
Thank you ,

thanks - that's how we can tell if it's set up right. And it looks fine. What stability test(s) have you run? Only thing you may want to check are your long and short duration power limits... set them per the guide (Max, 300 or something like that).
other than that - put the whip to it!
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thanks - that's how we can tell if it's set up right. And it looks fine. What stability test(s) have you run? Only thing you may want to check are your long and short duration power limits... set them per the guide (Max, 300 or something like that).
other than that - put the whip to it!

Thank you again for your help,
Here is what I figured out..
Looking to my screenshots, I remembered that I overclocked my ram to 1866 while ago, so I set it back to 1600..
And here is the surprise, I managed to lower my vcore and so far it's stable..
I'm in the process of stressing through Prime95 to see how low I can get the vcore to be!
So I learent today that overcloking your ram would lower your cpu overclock potential.. interesting indeed.. smile.gif
post #6410 of 9531
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Try to load the default BIOS settings, if that doesn't work, reset your BIOS (jumper or battery), and load defaults again.
If it still doesn't work after that, try to flash another BIOS version (or the same).
If it still doesn't work, try to reset it and load the BIOS defaults again.
And if it still doesn't work, you may be suffering from a defective CMOS chip.


Thanks, I was thinking about that as an option, but I thought maybe I have been working too much and there is something obvious.

I updated to the latest (v2.70) BIOS and put in my old settings and everything is good to go again. What version did they make the ASRock print white instead of green?

Thanks for your input and at the worst I have the newest BIOS.
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