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post #6981 of 9531
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Stock cooler is on now. Running at 4.0 with lower temps. I took the fans off the radiator of the h80i and couldn't get it back on, the screw holes appear to be stripped mad.gif . Regardless, something must be up if the stock cooler is getting better temps...

Weird. My CM Seidon has a stripped thread in one and I have no idea how it happened. I only attached a fan once to it and it did so successfully. Upon trying to re-attach the same fan, it was stripped lol. These CLC are cheap... well good thing for zip ties.
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I'll look into those.
Idle core voltage is about .968. According to Corsair Link software, the pump and fans are at 0 RPM eek.gif
Ill open it up and check the connections.


Noticing now that idle temps are jumping around like crazy. 39-55C. Fans are spinning on the radiator fine so that much is a glitch. Not sure how to check the pump..

Check the fan header in bios. If you pump is plugged into the motherboard and the pump RPM is reading 0 or N/A then your pump is dead. Might want to look into RMA
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Can someone help me out here, I managed to get a pretty great chip, almost too good. I can do 4.6ghz/1.154v without an issues. The issue is even when I lower the vcore to levels that get bsods and prime rounding errors I cannot get any wheas. Whats wrong here? 3570k, Gene V, Windows 8. I got wheas with my old CPU
post #6984 of 9531
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Can someone help me out here, I managed to get a pretty great chip, almost too good. I can do 4.6ghz/1.154v without an issues. The issue is even when I lower the vcore to levels that get bsods and prime rounding errors I cannot get any wheas. Whats wrong here? 3570k, Gene V, Windows 8. I got wheas with my old CPU

I dont understand. If you lower the vcore from 1.154v then you get BSOD's? 1.154v is very low for 4.6ghz
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I dont understand. If you lower the vcore from 1.154v then you get BSOD's? 1.154v is very low for 4.6ghz
yea i know. If i lower it to 1.12v or lower i get bsods and prime roudning errors. Issue is i cant get wheas at that level so im not confident im stable since i have cant check for wheas
post #6986 of 9531
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yea i know. If i lower it to 1.12v or lower i get bsods and prime roudning errors. Issue is i cant get wheas at that level so im not confident im stable since i have cant check for wheas

Ok I'm not sure what you are trying to do here. WHEA errors are essentially pre-crash instability errors. Many are corrected and the system continues. But you check for them toget an indication that a crash is likely/imminent with the current clocks/voltage.

If you are already BSOD'ing, why are you looking for WHEA errors? You already are very obviously unstable.
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No, im bsoding on purpose. Let me clear this up

1.154v no bsods nothing, seems to be fine.

1.1ishv bsods, prime rouding errors no wheas.

My issue is im not sure if my vcore is stable even though i havent had any issues. Im worried i cant trigger wheas therefor im not confidentbin my oc
post #6988 of 9531
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No, im bsoding on purpose. Let me clear this up

1.154v no bsods nothing, seems to be fine.

1.1ishv bsods, prime rouding errors no wheas.

My issue is im not sure if my vcore is stable even though i havent had any issues. Im worried i cant trigger wheas therefor im not confidentbin my oc

The best stability test, is to encode video. Use max settings that put CPU under 100% load. If you can do 30 minutes of encoding at max 100% load, the system is stable. Encoding fails if there are any calculation errors.

I just tested my CPU at 1.1104v and 4.6GHz and I'm popping WHEA errors. At 1.07 it wouldn't go into windows.

Update: 1.136v is stable with no WHEA errors.
Edited by HyperMatrix - 9/3/13 at 11:29pm
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What program are you refering to, if any, which do you recommend, and what videos should I encode.
Edited by maneil99 - 9/4/13 at 7:51am
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What program are you refering to, if any, which do you recommend, and what videos should I encode.

There's no specific requirement here but I use virtual dub and encode game capture video using the x264 codec. You could also use handbrake, for example. The key is making sure the encoding settings you've selected are maxing out the CPU. Working on 1080p and 1440p content with "placebo" encoding speed generally does a good job of that.
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