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I see a few things wrong in the screenshots, for example:


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Enable PLL Overvoltage
Set the Memory frequency to stock. Alternatively set the Ai clock tuner to XMP and that should set your RAM speed, timings and DRAM voltage automatically.


Do the offset thing mentioned above and on the CPU configuration page, leave everything on default and enable C1E and EIST (Speedstep) and disable C3 and C6.



Report back when you have made the changes above and we'll take it from there. I'm thinking it was the RAM causing the issue.
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I'm thinking you're a legend.....
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Cheer's, glad to hear it's working fine now smile.gif

Tweak the offset accordingly until you have your desired load vcore. thumb.gif
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Thanks again munaim1, I love OCN wubsmiley.gif
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Hellow I have this pc:

Chase: Antec Nine Hundred
Power: Corsair TX 650 V2
M. board: Asus P8Z77-V LE
CPU: 3570K

I saw that working at 4.100 Hardware Info shows a vid of 1,24 and Hardware Monitor 1,14v. So the only thing i touch in bios is Offset negative and 0,050. After hours of Prime 95 works fine no problem.

For 4.200 mhz i use same config, but after 3 minutes of Prime shows a blue screen and reset.

I tried offset 0,040 but still the same.


I think the problem is not the voltage, maybe it´s time to touch LLC and other parameters i don´t know?

CAn you tell me what parameters to change please?

Greetings
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