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is power save mode bad?

yes to get a stable OC turn it off
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Why are you changing the QPI/VTT (=VCCIO) voltage, that's not necessary. 1.4 V is probably also way over safe limits.

what do you think would be a safe number for that overclock? also is the 4.2 one ok it works 100% fine for me i have never gotten a bsod with those numbers.
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these are the error codes of the 4.6 ghz overclock and the voltages i have on my 4.2ghz overclock
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Ok well x124 bsod usually means more vcore.....

you should read this to get a better understanding of how SB ocing works.

http://www.overclock.net/t/968053/official-the-sandy-stable-club-guides-voltages-temps-bios-templates-inc-spreadsheet
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Old rule was 0.5 V below Dram voltage but some guides say that it doesn't apply to SB chips anymore, according to Intel it shouldn't be higher than 1.08 V but most people seem to recommend 1.2 V as max safe voltage. I personally use 1.65 V Dram voltage and 1.15 V as QPI/VTT voltage. If you are getting 124 bsod's then you probably need more Vcore.
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Old rule was 0.5 V below Dram voltage but some guides say that it doesn't apply to SB chips anymore, according to Intel it shouldn't be higher than 1.08 V but most people seem to recommend 1.2 V as max safe voltage. I personally use 1.65 V Dram voltage and 1.15 V as QPI/VTT voltage. If you are getting 124 bsod's then you probably need more Vcore.

i ran my 4.6ghz on prime 95 for 12 hours last night stable turned it off for 15 minutes then got bsod. ***
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i ran my 4.6ghz on prime 95 for 12 hours last night stable turned it off for 15 minutes then got bsod. ***

Which one ?
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Which one ?

i ran my 2600k at 4.6ghz Vcore-1.3550v VTT/QPI-1.4v for 12 hours stable no problems, the next morning i turned off P95 and 15 minutes later i got a bsod.
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i ran my 2600k at 4.6ghz Vcore-1.3550v VTT/QPI-1.4v for 12 hours stable no problems, the next morning i turned off P95 and 15 minutes later i got a bsod.

Which error code ?
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they are all from the same bsod so read them together
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