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When you get a BSOD code you want to look at the numbers at the bottom and remember the last 4 digits or so.
The BSOD was probably 1A which means your ram is the cause for the BSOD. Try increasing the voltage to 1.55v or loosening your timings to something like 10-10-10-27 2T.
Another thing to try is increase the IMC voltage (VCCIO or VCCSA in your case) Stock should be 1.05v, raise them both to 1.1v.

I changed the multiplier to 45 and loosened the timings as you suggested to 10-10-10-27-2T.

At IBT 'Very High' street mode, I BSOD'ed with this message:

"A problem has been detected and Windows has been shut down to prevent damage to your computer. A clock interrupt was not received on a secondary processor within the allocated time interval.
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....Technical Information: STOP: 0x00000101 (.....311,...o....OXFFFF8800330780.....0003)"

You suggested to change the 'VCCSA' value from 1.05 to 1.1v. I do not have that variable in my BIOS. Instead I have something called 'PCH' below the 'VCCIO' variable in the BIOS screen. Is this the same thing but just called differently? Thanks.
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Stop Code 101 is:

STOP Error 0x00000101: CLOCK_WATCHDOG_TIMEOUT
STOP error 0x101 means that an expected clock interrupt on a secondary processor, in a multi-processor system, was not received within the allocated interval. STOP code 0x00000101 may also display "CLOCK_WATCHDOG_TIMEOUT" on the same STOP message.


Source:
http://pcsupport.about.com/od/findbyerrormessage/tp/stop_error_list_0xc1_0x11d.05.htm


The problem is that the definition is just as unclear to me as the code. Any idea as to what causes the error and how to resolve it? Nope. I wish it would say something like "dude, yo cpu chip is smokin!!"
post #103 of 164
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I changed the multiplier to 45 and loosened the timings as you suggested to 10-10-10-27-2T.
At IBT 'Very High' street mode, I BSOD'ed with this message:
"A problem has been detected and Windows has been shut down to prevent damage to your computer. A clock interrupt was not received on a secondary processor within the allocated time interval.
...
....Technical Information: STOP: 0x00000101 (.....311,...o....OXFFFF8800330780.....0003)"
You suggested to change the 'VCCSA' value from 1.05 to 1.1v. I do not have that variable in my BIOS. Instead I have something called 'PCH' below the 'VCCIO' variable in the BIOS screen. Is this the same thing but just called differently? Thanks.

Don't touch PCH, just do VCCIO to 1.1v


However, your BSOD 101 is due to not enough voltage on the CPU, so raise your CPU volts. You should be able to put your timings back to 9-9-9-24 2T as well now that you know it's the CPU and not the RAM.

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Originally Posted by Kaboomboom View Post

I wish it would say something like "dude, yo cpu chip is smokin!!"


Lolololol biggrin.gif
Edited by iinversion - 5/21/12 at 11:57pm
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post #104 of 164
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Originally Posted by iinversion View Post

Don't touch PCH, just do VCCIO to 1.1v
However, your BSOD 101 is due to not enough voltage on the CPU, so raise your CPU volts. You should be able to put your timings back to 9-9-9-24 2T as well now that you know it's the CPU and not the RAM.
Lolololol biggrin.gif

I did as you suggested. VCCIO to 1.1v, didn't touch PCH, increased CPU voltage by 1.25 (it was at 1.05) and put timing back to 9-9-9-24. Multiplier is at 45.
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Success! Running at 4.5 Ghz. No BSOD running IBT for 10 cycles at Maximum. CPU temp at 57-62 c steady and consistent voltage at 1.36 1.38 at 100% load. It took 2.68 hours to complete. That's a big difference since it wouldn't go past 2-3 cycles previously at 4.0 Ghz.
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The next thing I'll do is to let it run Prime95 tonight.
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Thank you very much. Now I just want to make sure that you have the rep+ I gave you yesterday. I'm new to the rating system so I hope I did that right.
post #105 of 164
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Originally Posted by Kaboomboom View Post

I did as you suggested. VCCIO to 1.1v, didn't touch PCH, increased CPU voltage by 1.25 (it was at 1.05) and put timing back to 9-9-9-24. Multiplier is at 45.
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Success! Running at 4.5 Ghz. No BSOD running IBT for 10 cycles at Maximum. CPU temp at 57-62 c steady and consistent voltage at 1.36 1.38 at 100% load. It took 2.68 hours to complete. That's a big difference since it wouldn't go past 2-3 cycles previously at 4.0 Ghz.
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The next thing I'll do is to let it run Prime95 tonight.
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Thank you very much. Now I just want to make sure that you have the rep+ I gave you yesterday. I'm new to the rating system so I hope I did that right.

Awesome sounds good. thumb.gif

& yes you did the rep system correctly!
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post #106 of 164
Hey everyone... so I just built a new rig by myself:
i5 2500k
asus p8z68-v lx mobo
ultra 650w psu
gtx 285
corsair 64gb ssd
hyper 212 plus CPU cooler....


so are these temps normal? they seem a bit high, but i know nothing when it comes to overclocking:
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so i'm getting better temps even though i OC'ed to 4.6ghz? lol


should i keep pushing to 4,8ghz?
post #108 of 164
edit... nevermind

Push it as far as it can go stable within the safe limits. I'd be interested in your findings as I'll be trying the same thing next week when I get my Noctua DH-14 in.
Edited by ssnyder28 - 5/23/12 at 11:41am
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so i'm getting better temps even though i OC'ed to 4.6ghz? lol
should i keep pushing to 4,8ghz?

put the GHZ as high as you want but keep the temps under 80c and volts under 1.5vcore - never above, or you risk yourself going further.

those temps look fine.

I get 4.8ghz @ 1.48vcore @ 100% top temp:79c, average temp 69-74c, idle temp ~ 30-40c.
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post #110 of 164
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put the GHZ as high as you want but keep the temps under 80c and volts under 1.5vcore - never above, or you risk yourself going further.
those temps look fine.
I get 4.8ghz @ 1.48vcore @ 100% top temp:79c, average temp 69-74c, idle temp ~ 30-40c.
Ok, thanks for replying.

Is there a good CPU cooler out there that will allow me to overclock to 5GHz without any problems?

I'm using this rig to play FSX (Flight Simulator X) and apparently the simulator relies on the CPU more than the graphics card.
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