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guys some help here please
i had my 3570@4.5ghz @ 1.25 1.26 1.27, i raised vcore since i had some restart just browsing or using windows, even 1.28, benching apps were ok, but i had ramdom restarts without BSOD
this days i was playing assasing creed brotherhood, and mass effect 2, both games crashed a lot, i thought it was the games, but i was very annoyed of crashes and restarts, so i disabled the oc, put everything default on bios, to my surprise, games ran perfect without crashes
so what could be the problem? more vcore? or my mobo just suck,
in short.......i have some ramdom BSOD while doing basic stuff, and a lot of restart on games, and crashes, The OC is the blame but why?
temps are fine BTW
i am becoming crazy, i bough this mobo to oc the crap of the ivy, now i am running stock

try and find the error code of the blue screen
if it 101/104 normally more vcore

dont forget tho not all chips are the same try getting your overclock stable aat a lower clock speed
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try and find the error code of the blue screen
if it 101/104 normally more vcore
dont forget tho not all chips are the same try getting your overclock stable aat a lower clock speed

the thing is i can run prime for a long time ok, but the pc restart while doing basic stuff without BSOD, the same goes for gaming, either the game crash or reboot the pc, almost never i have a BSOD, so what is that?

actually now that i think, i can´t even remember the last time i had a BSOD, the pc just restart or hangs

do you need to enable pagefile to have BSOD? i don´t think so, right?

but so far with the cpu stock, no problems after hours of gaming, with my oc 4.5ghz @1.27 @ llc turbo i had tons of crashes and restart, so i know the OC is the one to blame, i just don´t get it,
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Hey there all, I've been having some issues with the UD3H freezing/locking up. I've been searching this thread and some of it has been helpful, but sadly it's a lot of people using the UD5H and just a slightly different CPU from mine, so I don't know if the advice given is all that useful for me. By the way, I'm sort of new to this so make your best attempts to be patient with me. Here's the information that I can give you about my machine:

UD3H motherboard, running F11 update
i5 3550 Ivy Bridge 3.3 ghz
8 GB RAM, forgot the brand and model, but I can look it up if it's important

I've looked around a little bit and there was one solution where it said to set the CPU vcore from 1.100 to 1.220, increasing the IMC by .005, and increasing the PCIe clock to 100.01 mhz. This one worked for about two days and then I started running in to issues. If I ever set these settings, the system crashes within about ten minutes. Right now I'm running the default, vanilla settings and so far no crashes.

Another solution that I've tried is setting the RAM voltage to 1.550 (instead of 1.500), activating internal graphics, setting the PCIe clock to 101.00 (instead of 100.00) and turning off C6/C3.

The main problem I'm running in to is that sometimes these settings work, and sometimes it freezes up on me. I'm not sure what's going wrong. It's not an OS thing, I really think it has to do either with the RAM or the motherboard.

If anyone can help me out as to what's going on with my machine, please give some assistance.
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LinX crashed after 23 seconds with VTT @ 1.2v and IMC @ 1.195v.
Loaded XMP profile and manually set timings to 10 10 10 27 (already set by profile but did it anyway) and 1.5 DRAM.
The only thing i've tried in the past 4 days that has helped so far (or at least got best results) is setting DRAM to 1.65volts. Why is that?

I've got 2x8Gb sticks too. My rated 1600Mhz 9-9-9-24-37 T2, try to use those settings temporary. Voltage at 1.5.
If you have any other computer to test those sticks on, try maybe they are defective.

Ah... you got 2600K, I have heard that Ivy Bridge is better with memory.
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its interesting... this problem because of 1.35V rated RAM or 16GB... hmmm....
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well it seems my 3570k is the most power hungry in the world, i just went from 4.5 to 4.3 using all the same settings and 1.27 vcore and so far no crashes in mass effect 2

i just can´t believe it, prime and some other bench apps can´t crash me, but mass effect 2 and assassin creed brother seems to do the works, and those games uses 2-3 cores
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Man you are not alone. My 3570K boots with 1.26v for 4.4Ghz, but it is not stable until 1.3v.

I will probably wait for new revision (if there is going to be one), then buy one after selling what I have.
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Man you are not alone. My 3570K boots with 1.26v for 4.4Ghz, but it is not stable until 1.3v.
I will probably wait for new revision (if there is going to be one), then buy one after selling what I have.

$ 25 RMA will help you wink.gif
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the thing is i can run prime for a long time ok, but the pc restart while doing basic stuff without BSOD, the same goes for gaming, either the game crash or reboot the pc, almost never i have a BSOD, so what is that?
actually now that i think, i can´t even remember the last time i had a BSOD, the pc just restart or hangs
do you need to enable pagefile to have BSOD? i don´t think so, right?
but so far with the cpu stock, no problems after hours of gaming, with my oc 4.5ghz @1.27 @ llc turbo i had tons of crashes and restart, so i know the OC is the one to blame, i just don´t get it,
god dude, it is called OC. The board is much less crappy than your OC or your CPU. Many programs will stress the CPU in MANY places that prime95 requires over 21 hours to hit. That is why so many people crash with BF3 instead of Prime95.
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Hey there all, I've been having some issues with the UD3H freezing/locking up. I've been searching this thread and some of it has been helpful, but sadly it's a lot of people using the UD5H and just a slightly different CPU from mine, so I don't know if the advice given is all that useful for me. By the way, I'm sort of new to this so make your best attempts to be patient with me. Here's the information that I can give you about my machine:
UD3H motherboard, running F11 update
i5 3550 Ivy Bridge 3.3 ghz
8 GB RAM, forgot the brand and model, but I can look it up if it's important
I've looked around a little bit and there was one solution where it said to set the CPU vcore from 1.100 to 1.220, increasing the IMC by .005, and increasing the PCIe clock to 100.01 mhz. This one worked for about two days and then I started running in to issues. If I ever set these settings, the system crashes within about ten minutes. Right now I'm running the default, vanilla settings and so far no crashes.
Another solution that I've tried is setting the RAM voltage to 1.550 (instead of 1.500), activating internal graphics, setting the PCIe clock to 101.00 (instead of 100.00) and turning off C6/C3.
The main problem I'm running in to is that sometimes these settings work, and sometimes it freezes up on me. I'm not sure what's going wrong. It's not an OS thing, I really think it has to do either with the RAM or the motherboard.
If anyone can help me out as to what's going on with my machine, please give some assistance.
Okay here is the deal, forget all of those things you listed as solutions. At this point and time the most recent BIOSes would have already implemented fixes for all of them, that is why you don't see people complain about it anymore. The only people I have been seeing with BSODs like yours are all doing 1 thing, all of them have some PCI device like a sound card, a sound production card or something loaded in and it causes these issues. Or your memory is bad, try run DOS memtest.

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LinX crashed after 23 seconds with VTT @ 1.2v and IMC @ 1.195v.
Loaded XMP profile and manually set timings to 10 10 10 27 (already set by profile but did it anyway) and 1.5 DRAM.
The only thing i've tried in the past 4 days that has helped so far (or at least got best results) is setting DRAM to 1.65volts. Why is that?
Set to 1.65v then, here is a little secret, i HIGHLY doubt your memory is rated for 1.5v, 1.5v is usually the stock voltage, and a lot of sites that sell ram like to say 1.5v, but the manufacturer will usually state the actual voltage. Corsair does this all over the place, newegg says 1.5v 2133mhz cas9, but low and beheld you cannot do 2133 cas9 without 1.65v, and deep inside corsairs specs does it say you need 1.65v. Just set your memoery to 1.65v you ownt hurt it, back when that kit was released 1.5v was a low voltage kit! lol Lower the vtt and IMC down to like 1.15 and 1.145.
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well it seems my 3570k is the most power hungry in the world, i just went from 4.5 to 4.3 using all the same settings and 1.27 vcore and so far no crashes in mass effect 2
i just can´t believe it, prime and some other bench apps can´t crash me, but mass effect 2 and assassin creed brother seems to do the works, and those games uses 2-3 cores
Try AIDA64 EE stress tester, tell me if it passes. BTW are you using DVID and offset to OC?
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$ 25 RMA will help you wink.gif

Yea seriously, Try out the Intel RMA plan, it is $25 and you get a new CPU. Or you can do what all the guys on XS do, bin and sell, bin and sell, they do it for memory, CPUs, GPUs, and they used to do it for motherboards until motherboards stopped having hat kind of control over the OC.
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$ 25 RMA will help you wink.gif

Wait, I though Intel performance plan going to replace only damaged CPU, not bad clockers biggrin.gif. Did anybody manage to exchange CPU that way?
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