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post #7111 of 9565
I have a stable OC but when I load up a game on my storage drive the HDD disappears (mainly after big CPU Load) after loading or playing for awhile & comes back after CPU load is low.
Without a OC my HDD never goes missing.

It just disappears as if someone disconnected the sata cable.

Any idea?
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There are some weird things that are caused by unstable overclocks. Even if it appears stable, things like that can be a sign of instability. If you've ran Prime95 and IntelBurnTest at the recommended settings in this guide and you get no BSOD or lockups, then its probably your HDD going bad. One thing I remember is the Windows Aero Theme failing to load or crashing, that can be caused by instability.
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Hi,

So I followed the guide and now I have:

2500K @ 4.2GHz offset = -0.060V. Load @ ~1.288V and 68ºC.

And the rest:
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I tried less than 1.288V with -0.065/70/75 at offset and when I did the 5 minute tests with Prime95 and played some BF4 Beta, all worked well. Then, out of nowhere, at idle, I get an BSOD saying 0x00(...)0124, so I did decrease step by step (0.005 by 0.005) and now I am waiting if it BSOD again with the offset @ -0.060V and load = ~1.288V and 68ºC.


This voltages are too low for 4.2GHz? What is causing the BSOD?

EDIT: Found this http://www.overclock.net/t/1120291/solving-fixing-bsod-124-on-sandybridge-read-op-first
Maybe this is my problem.. should I try disable the C3 and C6 report??

PS: Sorry my english, if you dont understand any part please let me know.

Thanks.

Anyone?
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Acydz View Post

Hi,

So I followed the guide and now I have:

2500K @ 4.2GHz offset = -0.060V. Load @ ~1.288V and 68ºC.

And the rest:
Asrock Z77 Extreme4
GSKILL KIT 4GB DDR3 1600MHZ RIPJAW X (CL9)
CORSAIR CX-600W V2
EVGA GTX560 Ti FPB 1GB DDR5 PCI-E


I tried less than 1.288V with -0.065/70/75 at offset and when I did the 5 minute tests with Prime95 and played some BF4 Beta, all worked well. Then, out of nowhere, at idle, I get an BSOD saying 0x00(...)0124, so I did decrease step by step (0.005 by 0.005) and now I am waiting if it BSOD again with the offset @ -0.060V and load = ~1.288V and 68ºC.


This voltages are too low for 4.2GHz? What is causing the BSOD?

EDIT: Found this http://www.overclock.net/t/1120291/solving-fixing-bsod-124-on-sandybridge-read-op-first
Maybe this is my problem.. should I try disable the C3 and C6 report??

PS: Sorry my english, if you dont understand any part please let me know.

Thanks.

Anyone?

Negative offset is usually suggested against for this exact reason. It is very hard to diagnose idle instability. 1.288 is fine for 4.2, nothing wrong with that, but what is your idle VCore? Most processors require somewhere around .900, but your chip sounds hungry for voltage, so propably more like 1.000 at idle.
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Hello guys.

I have been using this wonderfull overclock guide.
Sadly during a stresstest my computer crashed..
Afterwards i have not been able to reach bios again - my monitor has no signal until i reach windows. So during startup i have black screen all the way into windows.
When i press the "del" button to reach bios the monitor stays black with a no signal message.. The computer runs fine, but i want to change the bad overclock settings and currently im unable to do that.

Do any of you have any clue of what the **** had happened ?
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Bruno you can reset your BIOS by pressing the "clear CMOS" button on your MOBO. Check for a CMOS guide on youtube. That should reset ur BIOS for the time being until you figure out the black screen problem. I would post a link to youtube but I'm at work atm tongue.gif
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Cmos resetted. The blackscreen problem is gone now, thanks smile.gif

I have another question/problem: I want to do a stable overclock @ 4.3ghz - but my temps gets sky high.

CPU-Cooler: Scythe Shuriken Rev. B

Settings:
CPU Core Voltage: Offset Mode
Offset Voltage: +0.005v
CPU Load-Line Calibration: Level 3
Additional Turbo Voltage: +0.004v.


During primetest my temps reaches about 90C - thats too much.. What can i do to get the temps down besides getting a better cooler smile.gif
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Negative offset is usually suggested against for this exact reason. It is very hard to diagnose idle instability. 1.288 is fine for 4.2, nothing wrong with that, but what is your idle VCore? Most processors require somewhere around .900, but your chip sounds hungry for voltage, so propably more like 1.000 at idle.

Thanks for your answer, at idle it shows on CPU-Z.... 0.896V/0.912V/0.936V rarely goes to 1.168V but most of the times it stands arround 0.9xxV.
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Cmos resetted. The blackscreen problem is gone now, thanks smile.gif

I have another question/problem: I want to do a stable overclock @ 4.3ghz - but my temps gets sky high.

CPU-Cooler: Scythe Shuriken Rev. B

Settings:
CPU Core Voltage: Offset Mode
Offset Voltage: +0.005v
CPU Load-Line Calibration: Level 3
Additional Turbo Voltage: +0.004v.


During primetest my temps reaches about 90C - thats too much.. What can i do to get the temps down besides getting a better cooler smile.gif

Try:
CPU Core Voltage: Offset Mode
Offset Voltage: +0.020v
CPU Load-Line Calibration: Level 5
Additional Turbo Voltage: Auto
    
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Good suggestion but I dont think it will help the temps much :/ let us know how u go bruno
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