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Hi I was here around page 100-105 with some locking issues and SIN's suggestion fixed them (increasing cpu voltage to 1.22) and somehow even though NOTHING HAS CHANGED, I'm starting to get locking issues.
Now, though, it's only when left idle for a bit, like watching Netflix or afk listening to an mp3 player. It will eventually just freeze and then restart with the mouse (Steelseries Sensei) "unplugged". Works fine when plugged back in.
Often if I restart immediately after a lock, it will lock again in 5 minutes or so, but after a longer break it will not lock. My temps hover around 50c and my gpu (GTX 470) around 70c so I do not think it is a full blown overheat issue. They are very hot and I'm looking into that but that wouldn't cause locks. I have a UD5H btw and the Ivybridge i5 (3.3).
I don't know what info I can give in order to better explain my problem but just know that I can play games for hours without it freezing. It freezes at really lame times like when idle for 20 mins or so.
Also I have all "energy saving" features on Win7 turned off. No sleep modes or screen shutdowns or lowering of performance.
PLEASE help. I'm also using F5 and care not to flash bios because of this.

please update your BIOS as F5 is old, they have improved the stability with newer BIOSes. Don't worry just update it through qflash, if you do not know how I can tell you how. Also try taking BCLK to 100.00 set, not auto, auto sets it to like 100.9 which causes 90% of the stability issues, the other 10% are caused by un updated windows installations, as if you go right now and change your BCLK then it will help, if it doesn't you can switch to a windows XP install and you wont have the BDOS anymore. Jut update your BIOS man, do not be scared. Even if you crash in the BIOS during BIOS flash, which you wont, then you have dual BIOS.
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That's an alien bclk rolleyes.gif
108Mhz would be enough for me if they're stable thumb.gif
there is also this: http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2333386 lol
    
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Had to raise it from what previous offset? Going from F9 to F11b?
perhaps auto LLC has been lowered.
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I just had to bump my offset back to +0.120.. It froze after 2 hours of BF3 rolleyes.gif
So hopefully it's fine now, funny thing is 20 rounds of IBT don't hiccup? bruce.gif

yea it seem BF3 stresses the CPU is different ways than IBT and P95. Try the latest AIDA64 stress test.
    
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okay, will receive the last items i'll need to build my machine, btw, are there problems on stock settings, sin? if there are, what are the necessary steps/solutions to avoid those problems?
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I've done pretty much everything I found on this forum and on the internet and I still can't get freezing /lockups/BSOD to stop frown.gif
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Can you try a different drive?
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My bios set my bclk on 100.10 and its never had a issue since day one. I have stressed my 4.3ghz for 30 hrs or prime+avx. And my PC dominates BF3 no issues. biggrin.gif:thumb:
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I've done pretty much everything I found on this forum and on the internet and I still can't get freezing /lockups/BSOD to stop frown.gif

It would help if you listed the things you have tried. For instance, set bclk to 100.0. Also, you may want to post any error messages if bsod; system error log, etc. Another way to trouble shoot if you have a working system; say your old computer still around you could try and start swapping parts one by one. Another way to trouble shoot is to strip your system down to minimal components at default settings and see how things go from there. You never mentioned what, if any changes you have made in the bios (i.e., are you using xmp profile, etc.).
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okay, will receive the last items i'll need to build my machine, btw, are there problems on stock settings, sin? if there are, what are the necessary steps/solutions to avoid those problems?
You really shouldn't have any BSOD issues, if you do please report, update your BIOS to the most recent: F8D http://www.mediafire.com/?figx5qacoo2eh0d

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I've done pretty much everything I found on this forum and on the internet and I still can't get freezing /lockups/BSOD to stop frown.gif
Can you tell me, is your OS fully updated? Do you have another SSD by chance? What about your USB devices, for the heck of it try uninstalling the Intel USb 3.0 driver. Is your system overclocked? do you have XMP set?

IMO perhaps you have a bad board and probably should RMA it, but let's try some other stuff, try this BIOS: http://www.mediafire.com/?figx5qacoo2eh0d GB never really updates their site with the BETAs, and they are slow with the finals as well.
    
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using f11b for ud3h, everything fine so far, 4.5ghz
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