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post #6561 of 9531
hello guys, first i would like to thank mr. Jpmboy for helping me overclock my sandybridge i5-2500k w/ asrock extreme 3 gen 3 z68 mobo @ 4.2 ghz.

so i would like help those people that are also like me new to overclocking stuffs, with the help of mr. Jpmboy i got mine running stable @ 4.2 ghz (stock cooling) with these following settings:

multiplier: 42
internal pll: disabled
spread spectrum: disabled

core voltage: offset to -0.65
llc: lvl 3

C1E: enabled
C3: disabled
C6: disabled
package C: disabled

all other settings that the not mention where are default/auto. im sticking with 4.2 ghz because of still using stock cooling. voltage during load were 1.232v-1.2v. my temps are around 75-80 C during 10 mins of prime95..

if you cant understand these things i can provide you bios screenshots for better understanding. just pm me smile.gif

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^^ well done. when you get your new cooler drop back in and take it to 4.5! thumb.gif
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changing LLC from auto to low the voltages wont move no matter what dvid I set
SO for example I went as extreme as -.05 and it still goes to 1.404 load
http://valid.canardpc.com/2830756

In that case you will probably have to use fixed voltage. There is too much gap between you idle and full load with a +0.005 offset, you do have enough adjustment to stabilize from what i can see.

Just for example a +0.005 offset for me would be around a 1.000v idle and a 1.29v +/- full load.
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In that case you will probably have to use fixed voltage. There is too much gap between you idle and full load with a +0.005 offset, you do have enough adjustment to stabilize from what i can see.

Just for example a +0.005 offset for me would be around a 1.000v idle and a 1.29v +/- full load.
Is there any other thing I can try though?
There are so many settings left on auto. They should have something where you can just set a max voltage instead of setting an always on voltage or turning down all voltages
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Is there any other thing I can try though?
There are so many settings left on auto. They should have something where you can just set a max voltage instead of setting an always on voltage or turning down all voltages

I dont think so, when it comes to Vcore your only options in bios should be auto, fixed, or offset.
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Okay, first the all stock settings should be saved in bios slot 1. Its for easy return to stock rather than clr cmos. Then DO use the settings on this guide to get to the highest stable oc with your ram at auto as above .... After a few clean passes of memtest.

Also, set your gpu at default clocks while we get your cpu stable.

Once you get thru memtest, pst bios shots of what you had for 45x which failed above. Will it pass p95 if only 1600mb is committed to the stress test?

No luck... =(

I've tested the VTT range from 1.02v to 1.085v using a few different settings. The result is the same. 0x124 after 1 minute or less.

Tried using 1600mb given to P95. No change.

Ran memtest for over 9 hours with no errors.

GPU is at stock speeds.

I read the "wheaVille" guide about creating event alerts. I'm not sure what this is supposed to do. I created the alert as instructed but still get a BSOD and no actual alert message. This is probably because I am using Windows 8. How is it beneficial for testing?

I've taken screenshots of the settings I used. Here they are...

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^^ thanks. Will take a look.
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Well, your settings look fine. And with a 9h memtest pass, the ram is solid. AND - this does not occur when you set everything to stock, including the graphics cards? So, 124s - if not a simple vcore fix, you did try raising vcore?- are difficult to trouble shoot. You have some options... 1) go to sysnative forums and post the problem, these guys will dissect the dmp file to find the offending hardware. 2) remove all unnecessary hardware (gou, usb, etc) use the on board graphics (uninstall all associated drivers for hardware you remove) and by a process of elimination, find the culprit.

Open a command prompt, type in sfc /scannow if you have not already. If it reports any file integrity violations, you can assume any 3rd party drivers may be also corrupted. Reinstall.

It's not uncommon to not see whea before a 124. I would first try lowering or raising vcore (offset, not turbo) lowering... Until you get whea, raise until it either gets stable or the 124s happen even faster.
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Well, your settings look fine. And with a 9h memtest pass, the ram is solid. AND - this does not occur when you set everything to stock, including the graphics cards? So, 124s - if not a simple vcore fix, you did try raising vcore?- are difficult to trouble shoot. You have some options... 1) go to sysnative forums and post the problem, these guys will dissect the dmp file to find the offending hardware. 2) remove all unnecessary hardware (gou, usb, etc) use the on board graphics (uninstall all associated drivers for hardware you remove) and by a process of elimination, find the culprit.

Open a command prompt, type in sfc /scannow if you have not already. If it reports any file integrity violations, you can assume any 3rd party drivers may be also corrupted. Reinstall.

It's not uncommon to not see whea before a 124. I would first try lowering or raising vcore (offset, not turbo) lowering... Until you get whea, raise until it either gets stable or the 124s happen even faster.
That's right. This only happens at 4.5GHz+. I am yet to see a WHEA blue screen with other clock speeds. Everything else is stock. (RAM "stock" are the settings in the screenshots).

I should also clarify, I am running windows 8 which has a different BSOD. I never see an error message before the BSOD. Once the BSOD occurs, it says, "WHEA_UNCORRECTABLE_ERROR". It gives me no more information. A google search turned up that the corresponding error code is 0x124.

sfc shows no integrity violations.

I've tried raising the vcore via fixed voltage. I'll try using offset this time and also try lowering it.

After this, I'll ask at sysnative. Disassembling my parts will be a real ***** due to the water cooling, so I'll leave that as a last resort.

Cheers, I'll let you know how it goes.

Update: Nothing worked. Off to sysnative I go...
Edited by Skorov - 6/14/13 at 2:21am
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The cpu IMC controls the ram, so when you OC the cpu it will afect the ram... Sometimes no problem, sometimes a little more vcore or one notch increase in vtt will fix it... Make sure the XMP profile is loading the correct settings for your ram - match the specs to settings.
this is of course after your ram passes several cycles (passes) of memtest+. If you did not test the ram with memtest, you should do that first.

Hi,

Thanks for response - testing took me a while...

So as a backgoround info: I overclocked cpu to 4.5 Ghz with vcore offset +0,025 Turbo voltage +0,008 (max vcore durning prime95 reported as 1.200

All settings was done with this tutorial, it means ram was set manually to the values matched their specyfication (i dont know if that matters, because the AUTO values was exacly this same, it detect proper values wuithout problems, but still, i wanted to follow the manual)
All the test below was done with this CPU overclocked settings.


As you mentioned the instability could be memory (because test failed usually when lot of ram was tested with CPU) and guess what:

I have 16GB ram dual channel (4x4GB)
  1. I did memtest - in first 10 min more than 115 errors detected...(so i didnt test it much longer, obviously something is wrong)
  2. I did windows memory test - also detect errors
  3. I did prime95 custom test (from this tutorial) with memory to test 8GB - errors in first 5 min on two or three cores


So i opened up my PC, unfortunatelly my big cooler is blocking most of ram slots, so i only had acces to one stick (without a need to take of all cpu cooling) so i decided to try my luck, and i pulled of this one stick (B2, the last one). And ...

With 12GB of RAM (3x4GB):
  1. I did memtest - one hour without single error
  2. I did prime95 custom test (from this tutorial) with memory to test 8GB - 1 hour without any errors...

So i thought i am lucky! It was the stick (or the slot) but at least i knew which one.

But i wanted to make sure - i put back the stick which i removed before, to test again and see errors again, so..


With 16GB of RAM (4x4GB):
  1. I did memtest - no errors in 1 hour!! I was totally suprised and said to myself "no no, its a trick", so to make sure, i left memtest for all night long, it run more than 10 hours...WITHOUT SINGLE ERROR (5 pasess)
  2. I did prime95 custom test (from this tutorial) with memory to test 8GB - NO ERRORS in 2 hours...
  3. I did prime95 custom test (from this tutorial) BUT with memory to test 13,5GB (just to make it extreme for memory) - NO ERRORS in almost one hour (and this test is currently running so i will keep it for 2 hours)

LOL? What happened? The only logical explanation for me could be that somehow, the stick was not inserted corectly, and by accident, when i pulled it off and put in back, i "fixed" it.

But the bizzare thing is...I just did Windows memory test and it detect problems...

Don`t know what to do:
  1. Should i beliebe 10 hours memtest and prime95 even if windows memory tool shows errors?
  2. Why i had errors before in any test...


Memory is on lifetime warranty but i dont know if i should do anything - if they will test memory and see its ok they would just send it back to me.

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