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Was reading about WHEA errors and experienced them myself on several occasions. Sometimes I'd get a Prime95 error at the same time, othertimes just the WHEA error. For me, I found it was simply a matter of increasing VCORE, or in my case, the offset. Once I could pass a battery of tests (e.g., Prime95, IBT, OCCT) AND not get any WHEA errors, I knew I was stable. My recommendation would be to increase VCORE or offset until you can run Prime95 overnight without any WHEA errors. In my case, had to bump up the offset twice (0.005 each time) to fully eliminate the errors. The funny thing is, sometimes I'd pass a stress test and think I was stable, but the WHEA errors still came. So I now consider WHEA errors, or rather the elimination of them, as another checkpoint in the path to stability.

Thank you Grinch and Hanoverfist for your responses. I'll give it another go.
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Yesterday testing not so good..multi of 47 thru 48 and very unstable .using offset voltage method proved a little tuffer than expected..I think a manual voltage for me at those clocks will prove to be better but GOD for the heat....so quick too.. running prime for ten minutes actually crashed machine so bad it would reboot..sigh:rolleyes:...today I am happy with these setting and probably leave this..prime runs and no crashing so far.. and yesterday's whea errors were high...today none..YET.. tongue.gif








post #2173 of 6915
Hi Everyone,

I am new here, and I have a display problem that might be related to Sabertooth MoBo. My system specification is Core I7 3770, 16GB Kingston RAM, Sabertooth & Asus 6770 PCI-E, 27" Samsung LS27B350HS/XM, Windows Home Premium 64bit.

During internet surfing or doing work with Ms Office or play movie, the monitor screen suddenly turn off for 1 second, then return normal again, this happened every 10 - 20 minute.

I have tried :

1. Remove the Asus 6770 PCI-E, and plug in Onboard HDMI port, problem maintain the same
2. Plug with other new Asus 6770 Card, choose only PCI-E in BIOS, problem maintain
3. Upgrade the latest BIOS (ver 1504), not help also
4. Reformat the windows, problem also
5. Monitor had been test with other PC, and it's working fine
6. Test with 22" Samsung LCD with VGA port, problem solve

Quetion :
1. The motherboard can't support HDMI? How can i solve this problem.

Thank you very much
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Hi Everyone,
I am new here, and I have a display problem that might be related to Sabertooth MoBo. My system specification is Core I7 3770, 16GB Kingston RAM, Sabertooth & Asus 6770 PCI-E, 27" Samsung LS27B350HS/XM, Windows Home Premium 64bit.
During internet surfing or doing work with Ms Office or play movie, the monitor screen suddenly turn off for 1 second, then return normal again, this happened every 10 - 20 minute.
I have tried :
1. Remove the Asus 6770 PCI-E, and plug in Onboard HDMI port, problem maintain the same
2. Plug with other new Asus 6770 Card, choose only PCI-E in BIOS, problem maintain
3. Upgrade the latest BIOS (ver 1504), not help also
4. Reformat the windows, problem also
5. Monitor had been test with other PC, and it's working fine
6. Test with 22" Samsung LCD with VGA port, problem solve
Quetion :
1. The motherboard can't support HDMI? How can i solve this problem.
Thank you very much
Do you have virtu MVP installed? have you tried different cables from 6770 to monitor? latest drivers for 6770? different drivers for 6770?
Check your device manager for any yellow ? Do you have a driver for the Monitor?

did you try selecting GEN 2 for your pci e instead of AUTO

Edited by Hanoverfist - 8/15/12 at 3:16pm
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Yesterday testing not so good..multi of 47 thru 48 and very unstable .using offset voltage method proved a little tuffer than expected..I think a manual voltage for me at those clocks will prove to be better but GOD for the heat....so quick too.. running prime for ten minutes actually crashed machine so bad it would reboot..sigh:rolleyes:...today I am happy with these setting and probably leave this..prime runs and no crashing so far.. and yesterday's whea errors were high...today none..YET.. tongue.gif

Offsets ARE a pain, coming from a Q6600 where no such concept exists, I feel it. Took me a week of constant testing to convert me. I started with a fixed VCORE, then realized how cool (literally) it is with the new chips that they dynamically clock and adjust voltage. Another thing I realized is that I no longer have to (or should) disable all the power saving stuff in the BIOS...this was the first thing I always did when buying a new mobo. New world order I guess, but not too bad methinks. We get the best of both worlds...power savings and chip longevity (I ran my Q6600 overclocked 24/7 for 4 years so this is debatable) and easier then ever overclocking.
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realized how cool (literally) it is with the new chips that they dynamically clock and adjust voltage
I agree thumb.gif
post #2178 of 6915
Hi,

I have tried three different HDMI cable, and also install the latest 6770 driver ( even i take out the 6770, use onboard Intel 4000 graphic, also having problem ) . I did download the monitor driver as well, does not help too.

I will try to select Gen2 for PCI-E tonight, this is the only thing I not yet try, will come back here with the latest result.

Thanks
post #2179 of 6915
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Originally Posted by hman2012 View Post

Hi Everyone,
I am new here, and I have a display problem that might be related to Sabertooth MoBo. My system specification is Core I7 3770, 16GB Kingston RAM, Sabertooth & Asus 6770 PCI-E, 27" Samsung LS27B350HS/XM, Windows Home Premium 64bit.
During internet surfing or doing work with Ms Office or play movie, the monitor screen suddenly turn off for 1 second, then return normal again, this happened every 10 - 20 minute.
I have tried :
1. Remove the Asus 6770 PCI-E, and plug in Onboard HDMI port, problem maintain the same
2. Plug with other new Asus 6770 Card, choose only PCI-E in BIOS, problem maintain
3. Upgrade the latest BIOS (ver 1504), not help also
4. Reformat the windows, problem also
5. Monitor had been test with other PC, and it's working fine
6. Test with 22" Samsung LCD with VGA port, problem solve
Quetion :
1. The motherboard can't support HDMI? How can i solve this problem.
Thank you very much

Are you getting a message like this after the monitor turns on again?

'display driver has stopped responding and has recovered successfully'
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How fast (% speed) should assist fans be at idle and load? What about the CPU fans and case fans?

How do you OC RAM?
I know you have to tweak DRAM Voltage but what else?
How do you test its stability as you OC? Prime95? or Memtest86+?
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