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First off i'm not entirely sure this is in the right section as i'm still getting used to your guys' lay out. I built my self a new system just a few weeks ago and I finally found my self some time to begin the overclock process.

My build is as follows:

i5-2500k
gigabyte Z68XP-UD4
Sapphire 6970
CORSAIR Vengeance 8GB DDR3 SDRAM DDR3 1600
Corsair TX750 750W
Antec Kuler 920
Caviar black 1TB HDD
Mushkin Enhanced Chronos Deluxe 120 GB SSD
Windows 7 64 bit OS

Everything is running at stock speeds and my system has been running stable since I built it. I decided to download OCCT just to get some temp readings before I overclocked anything. However, as soon as I run OCCT I get an error and it stops 1 second in. It provides no info as to what this issue is.

Heres a picture:
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Any help would be much appreciated!

Thanks,
Rydain.
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First off i'm not entirely sure this is in the right section as i'm still getting used to your guys' lay out. I built my self a new system just a few weeks ago and I finally found my self some time to begin the overclock process.
My build is as follows:
i5-2500k
gigabyte Z68XP-UD4
Sapphire 6970
CORSAIR Vengeance 8GB DDR3 SDRAM DDR3 1600
Corsair TX750 750W
Antec Kuler 920
Caviar black 1TB HDD
Mushkin Enhanced Chronos Deluxe 120 GB SSD
Windows 7 64 bit OS
Everything is running at stock speeds and my system has been running stable since I built it. I decided to download OCCT just to get some temp readings before I overclocked anything. However, as soon as I run OCCT I get an error and it stops 1 second in. It provides no info as to what this issue is.
Heres a picture:
338
Any help would be much appreciated!
Thanks,
Rydain.

Haven't used occt in a while but im sure it saves stuff to a log maybe have a look see if theres something there?

In the mean time grab prime95 and intel burn test and try both of thoses see if you get any errors...
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I looked everywhere I could think of for a log of some sort from OCCT. Nothing. I downloaded Prime95 and ran it for 12 hours with no errors or warnings. The highest my temps got was 61C. Is that about normal for my set up without an overclock? Im still a little concerned that OCCT is giving me an error right away, something must be triggering it. I will download Intel burn test tonight and run it over night.
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I looked everywhere I could think of for a log of some sort from OCCT. Nothing. I downloaded Prime95 and ran it for 12 hours with no errors or warnings. The highest my temps got was 61C. Is that about normal for my set up without an overclock? Im still a little concerned that OCCT is giving me an error right away, something must be triggering it. I will download Intel burn test tonight and run it over night.

Could be a software prob and not hardware related, try intel burn test and also run all tests on prime95 not just blend, also try memtest

As for temps that is prob right as its only a single rad system
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Hi rydain,

It is because your configuration is set to automatically error if your parameters are over something. There is failsafe functionality in OCCT that automatically ends the test if one of the values exceeds a particular level.

At idle, check your configuration (the yellow cog button) and see if any of the failsafe buttons is checked and the idle value is over the maximum acceptable one. If you uncheck it, provided the value is within manufacturers operating ranges, you should be able to test fine. Given that you're having no trouble with Prime95, I think it's just a human err smile.gif
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