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it certainly is stable champ, intel burn test/p95 etc all passed, no whea errors either thumb.gif
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it certainly is stable champ, intel burn test/p95 etc all passed, no whea errors either thumb.gif

That's one hell of a low voltage! Nice chip!

I need 1.298 for 5.0, and I thought I had a good one.

Edit to add: I was wrong...I need 1.320 for 24/7 stable at 5.0
Edited by inedenimadam - 9/26/13 at 8:52am
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I managed to get both my problems fixed. On the word processing problem, I had to disable 2 keys that had the [ALT] function ascribed to them. I have an MMO keyboard and was accidentally hitting alt when didn't mean to. And I rand the sfc and afterward I tried to access the boot menu - and it worked!!! TY all who helped
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I managed to get both my problems fixed. On the word processing problem, I had to disable 2 keys that had the [ALT] function ascribed to them. I have an MMO keyboard and was accidentally hitting alt when didn't mean to. And I rand the sfc and afterward I tried to access the boot menu - and it worked!!! TY all who helped

thumb.gif sfc /scannow is just generally my first go to when something seems wonky and I get what I suspect is software related errors.
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Hey everyone. Just bumped into this awesome guide. However, it doesn't work for me properly and i don't understand why. Sure all this problems have been discussed on those 709 pages, but i doubt anyone can read through them all. System: Core I5 2500k, AsRock p67 Fatal1ty professional motheboard, 8gb 1600 Kingston ram (working as pc1333), ZOTAC GeForce GTX680 AMP! rev.1., HEC Cougar CMX1200 power supply.
1. Was able to get it stable at 4300Mhz without anything but CPU multiplier. At nominal speed Vcore is 1160. Then read the guide and set everything as described (LLC level 2) and began to increase the multiplier. Stable only at 4200Mhz. Vcore is for some reason 1.4. Why is it so high? And why the system is unstable even at 4300 with those settings?
2. Switched from Offset mode to fixed mode. Set Vcore at 1.350 (it jumps from 1.344 to 1.360 under the load, dunno why, shouldn't LLC handle this?). System is stable at 4400Mhz (tested for 6 hours of custom prime95 test as described in the guide) IF IT STARTS UP. Usually it just starts, the monitor remains black, it tries to do something for like 15 seconds and then reboots. After 3 tries i get the window stating that systme was unable to start bla-bla-bla, from which i can go to BIOS. If i just exit the BIOS without changing anything, system starts up and i runs perfectly stable.
3. Unable to switch TurboBoost off even in fixed voltage mode. The button is there, but it is not clickable.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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Hey everyone. Just bumped into this awesome guide. However, it doesn't work for me properly and i don't understand why. Sure all this problems have been discussed on those 709 pages, but i doubt anyone can read through them all. System: Core I5 2500k, AsRock p67 Fatal1ty professional motheboard, 8gb 1600 Kingston ram (working as pc1333), ZOTAC GeForce GTX680 AMP! rev.1., HEC Cougar CMX1200 power supply.
1. Was able to get it stable at 4300Mhz without anything but CPU multiplier. At nominal speed Vcore is 1160. Then read the guide and set everything as described (LLC level 2) and began to increase the multiplier. Stable only at 4200Mhz. Vcore is for some reason 1.4. Why is it so high? And why the system is unstable even at 4300 with those settings?
2. Switched from Offset mode to fixed mode. Set Vcore at 1.350 (it jumps from 1.344 to 1.360 under the load, dunno why, shouldn't LLC handle this?). System is stable at 4400Mhz (tested for 6 hours of custom prime95 test as described in the guide) IF IT STARTS UP. Usually it just starts, the monitor remains black, it tries to do something for like 15 seconds and then reboots. After 3 tries i get the window stating that systme was unable to start bla-bla-bla, from which i can go to BIOS. If i just exit the BIOS without changing anything, system starts up and i runs perfectly stable.
3. Unable to switch TurboBoost off even in fixed voltage mode. The button is there, but it is not clickable.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Change additional turbo voltage to +.004 instead of auto, offset to +.005, set multiplier to 40x, and then test for stability...

If stable, increase multiplier 1 and test again.
If unstable, increase additional turbo voltage by .004 and test again

Keep going until you reach your desired multiplier, or temps or voltage become dangerous.
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Change additional turbo voltage to +.004 instead of auto, offset to +.005, set multiplier to 40x, and then test for stability...

If stable, increase multiplier 1 and test again.
If unstable, increase additional turbo voltage by .004 and test again

Keep going until you reach your desired multiplier, or temps or voltage become dangerous.

It is at .004 =(. And CPU-z still rports Vcore 1.4. Guess i need to do some photos?
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Change additional turbo voltage to +.004 instead of auto, offset to +.005, set multiplier to 40x, and then test for stability...

If stable, increase multiplier 1 and test again.
If unstable, increase additional turbo voltage by .004 and test again

Keep going until you reach your desired multiplier, or temps or voltage become dangerous.

It is at .004 =(. And CPU-z still rports Vcore 1.4. Guess i need to do some photos?

Wow...that's high...something is not right...what is your offset voltage set at?
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Wow...that's high...something is not right...what is your offset voltage set at?

I've got to do -0.105 offset to get down to 1.304v but 1.396VID. turbo is 0.004+.
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Wow...that's high...something is not right...what is your offset voltage set at?

I've got to do -0.105 offset to get down to 1.304v but 1.396VID. turbo is 0.004+.

That is a stupid high VID!

I thought you read the guide wrong, turns out you just have a really really high VID. -.100 might be too low of an idle VCore to allow the system to fully boot. Just out of curiousity...what voltage does your chip use at 100% stock settings? Also, have you tried to do a BIOS update? Maybe the board is reading the VID tables wrong...
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