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the H100 will do okay, but a CLC is about = big air.

WHEA is from instabiloty. the chips error trap (machine checksum error) halts the processing to redo that calculation... stack backs up - bad news. you have to continue tuning until these are gone.

what are your bios setting for multiplier, offset, ATV, C states, CPU PLL, Internal PLL overvoltage?

anything in EV here:
Capture.JPG 52k .JPG file

It's a H100i with 4x120mm push/pull that keeps things very cool. I left p95 overnight with the config you suggested and it worked with no errors. I have blck 100, multi x45, offset set to +0.80, the rest are set to auto. I might be changing it for an i7-3770k this weekend. Fingers crossed.
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Originally Posted by Jpmboy View Post

the H100 will do okay, but a CLC is about = big air.

WHEA is from instabiloty. the chips error trap (machine checksum error) halts the processing to redo that calculation... stack backs up - bad news. you have to continue tuning until these are gone.

what are your bios setting for multiplier, offset, ATV, C states, CPU PLL, Internal PLL overvoltage?

anything in EV here:
Capture.JPG 52k .JPG file

It's a H100i with 4x120mm push/pull that keeps things very cool. I left p95 overnight with the config you suggested and it worked with no errors. I have blck 100, multi x45, offset set to +0.80, the rest are set to auto. I might be changing it for an i7-3770k this weekend. Fingers crossed.
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Hey guys, I have had my Ivy for about 6 months now and the performance is pretty good.

I have been REALLY trying to get some decent overclocking numbers for some tests I am running and I am having some issues. If anyone here can help I would be highly appreciative.

My chip is VERY voltage hungry and I cant seem to keep the voltages down at higher clocks. I understand the voltage will rise as I go into the higher multipliers, but I think my numbers are outrageous compared to others I have seen. I also recognize that all chips are different, so unless mine is just a TERRIBLE chip, I must be doing something wrong.
Here are a few numbers I could get:

4.2 GHz @ 1.3v
4.4GHz @ 1.365v
4.6GHz - Unattainable. Cannot boot into windows, stuck at Bios loading screen with anything under 1.475v.
Only setting I have changed is turning stepping off in the bios. I have tried changing the LLC to no effect, cannot boot at any of the voltages with anything other than Auto for LLC.

This is a 3570k on a Gigabyte Z77X UD3H with the newest BIOS version F19e.

Any help is appreciated.
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It's a H100i with 4x120mm push/pull that keeps things very cool. I left p95 overnight with the config you suggested and it worked with no errors. I have blck 100, multi x45, offset set to +0.80, the rest are set to auto. I might be changing it for an i7-3770k this weekend. Fingers crossed.
Glad to hear it worked!
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Hey guys, I have had my Ivy for about 6 months now and the performance is pretty good.

I have been REALLY trying to get some decent overclocking numbers for some tests I am running and I am having some issues. If anyone here can help I would be highly appreciative.

My chip is VERY voltage hungry and I cant seem to keep the voltages down at higher clocks. I understand the voltage will rise as I go into the higher multipliers, but I think my numbers are outrageous compared to others I have seen. I also recognize that all chips are different, so unless mine is just a TERRIBLE chip, I must be doing something wrong.
Here are a few numbers I could get:

4.2 GHz @ 1.3v
4.4GHz @ 1.365v
4.6GHz - Unattainable. Cannot boot into windows, stuck at Bios loading screen with anything under 1.475v.
Only setting I have changed is turning stepping off in the bios. I have tried changing the LLC to no effect, cannot boot at any of the voltages with anything other than Auto for LLC.

This is a 3570k on a Gigabyte Z77X UD3H with the newest BIOS version F19e.

Any help is appreciated.

Try setting Internal PLL obervoltage to Enabled
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Can you explain this setting for me?
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Can you explain this setting for me?

INternal PLL overvoltage is fairly complex - best to search for detailed explanations - but it essentially allows additional mV into the Phase Lock Loop to, obviously, bring all busses into phase. for many it is not needed until >=47x. some chips need it at lower multiples. symptoms are exactly what you report. if it does not help, just disable it again... easy.
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Hello All,

I am having some trouble getting a stable overclock and I am not sure where I am going wrong. They highest I can get seems to be able to get is 4.0GHz.

I would like to get to 4.5 24/7 stable.

I am running a 3770K in a Gigabyte Z77X-UP7 MoBo.
I have Corsair Plat RAm: 1600MhZ at 1.5v 9-9-9-24
At a Vcore of 1.35 I BSOD right after entering windows.
I also tested at 1.3, 1.31, 1.32, 1.33, 1.34 and had BSOD right after entering windows.

Just for poops and grins I tried Vcore 1.25v. This seems to be initially stable, running prime now...

Can you please suggest some starting values?

Here are my current settings:
Code:
Advanced Frequency Settings
CPU/PCIe Base Clock -           100
Processor Graphics Clock -      1150
CPU Clock Ratio -               45
XMP Profile -                   Profile1
System Memory Multiplier -      Auto



Advanced CPU Core Features
CPU Clock Ratio -               45
Internal CPU PLL Overvoltage -  Auto
Intel Turbo Boost Technology -  Auto
Turbo Ratio (1 Core Active) -   
Turbo Ratio (2 Core Active) -   
Turbo Ratio (3 Core Active) -   
Turbo Ratio (4 Core Active) -   
Turbo Power Limit (Watts) -     Auto
Core Current Limit (Amps) -     Auto
CPU Core Enabled -              Auto
Hyper Threading Technology -    Auto
CPU Enhanced Halt (C1E) -       Auto
C3/C6 State Support -           Auto
CPU Thermal Monitor -           Auto
CPU EIST Function -             Auto

Advanced Memory Settings
XMP -                           Profile1
System Memory Multiplier -      16.00
Performance Enhance -           Turbo
DRAM Timing Selectable -        Auto

Advanced Voltage Settings/3D Power Control
PWM Phase COntrol-              Auto                    
Vcore Voltage Response-         Fast
Vcore Loadline Calibration -    Turbo

Advanced Voltage Settings/CPU Core Voltage Control
CPU Vcore -                     1.25v
DVID -                          Disabled
CPU Vtt -                       Auto
CPU PLL -                       Auto
IMC -                           Autp
Dynamic GFX Core -              Auto

Advanced Voltage Settings/DRAM Voltage Control
*Everything Auto

Edited by Jsunn - 3/18/13 at 5:33am
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Hello All,

I am having some trouble getting a stable overclock and I am not sure where I am going wrong. They highest I can get seems to be able to get is 4.0GHz.

I would like to get to 4.5 24/7 stable.

I am running a 3770K in a Gigabyte Z77X-UP7 MoBo.
I have Corsair Plat RAm: 1600MhZ at 1.5v 9-9-9-24
At a Vcore of 1.35 I BSOD right after entering windows.
I also tested at 1.3, 1.31, 1.32, 1.33, 1.34 and had BSOD right after entering windows.

Just for poops and grins I tried Vcore 1.25v. This seems to be initially stable, running prime now...

Can you please suggest some starting values?

Here are my current settings:
Code:
Advanced Frequency Settings
CPU/PCIe Base Clock -           100
Processor Graphics Clock -      1150
CPU Clock Ratio -               45
XMP Profile -                   Profile1
System Memory Multiplier -      Auto



Advanced CPU Core Features
CPU Clock Ratio -               45
Internal CPU PLL Overvoltage -  Auto
Intel Turbo Boost Technology -  Auto
Turbo Ratio (1 Core Active) -   
Turbo Ratio (2 Core Active) -   
Turbo Ratio (3 Core Active) -   
Turbo Ratio (4 Core Active) -   
Turbo Power Limit (Watts) -     Auto
Core Current Limit (Amps) -     Auto
CPU Core Enabled -              Auto
Hyper Threading Technology -    Auto
CPU Enhanced Halt (C1E) -       Auto
C3/C6 State Support -           Auto
CPU Thermal Monitor -           Auto
CPU EIST Function -             Auto

Advanced Memory Settings
XMP -                           Profile1
System Memory Multiplier -      16.00
Performance Enhance -           Turbo
DRAM Timing Selectable -        Auto

Advanced Voltage Settings/3D Power Control
PWM Phase COntrol-              Auto                    
Vcore Voltage Response-         Fast
Vcore Loadline Calibration -    Turbo

Advanced Voltage Settings/CPU Core Voltage Control
CPU Vcore -                     1.25v
DVID -                          Disabled
CPU Vtt -                       Auto
CPU PLL -                       Auto
IMC -                           Autp
Dynamic GFX Core -              Auto

Advanced Voltage Settings/DRAM Voltage Control
*Everything Auto


You can try to disable all the power features and turbo - see how that works - if not raise the Vcore - i see its at 1.25v - but for 4.5 - that may work fine -
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Hello All,

I am having some trouble getting a stable overclock and I am not sure where I am going wrong. They highest I can get seems to be able to get is 4.0GHz.

I would like to get to 4.5 24/7 stable.

I am running a 3770K in a Gigabyte Z77X-UP7 MoBo.
I have Corsair Plat RAm: 1600MhZ at 1.5v 9-9-9-24
At a Vcore of 1.35 I BSOD right after entering windows.
I also tested at 1.3, 1.31, 1.32, 1.33, 1.34 and had BSOD right after entering windows.

Just for poops and grins I tried Vcore 1.25v. This seems to be initially stable, running prime now...

Can you please suggest some starting values?

Here are my current settings:
Code:
Advanced Frequency Settings
CPU/PCIe Base Clock -           100
Processor Graphics Clock -      1150
CPU Clock Ratio -               45
XMP Profile -                   Profile1
System Memory Multiplier -      Auto



Advanced CPU Core Features
CPU Clock Ratio -               45
Internal CPU PLL Overvoltage -  [B]ENABLED[/B] (Helps stabilize OC).
Intel Turbo Boost Technology -  [B]OFF[/B] (You mention you want 4.5Ghz @ 24/7, no need for boost then).
Turbo Ratio (1 Core Active) -   
Turbo Ratio (2 Core Active) -   
Turbo Ratio (3 Core Active) -   
Turbo Ratio (4 Core Active) -   
Turbo Power Limit (Watts) -     Auto
Core Current Limit (Amps) -     Auto
CPU Core Enabled -              Auto
Hyper Threading Technology -    Auto
CPU Enhanced Halt (C1E) -       [B]OFF[/B]
C3/C6 State Support -           [B]OFF[/B]
CPU Thermal Monitor -           [B]OFF[/B] Please check your temperatures under LOAD (Prime95) for at LEAST an hour before disabling! 
CPU EIST Function -             [B]OFF[/B]

Advanced Memory Settings
XMP -                           Profile1
System Memory Multiplier -      16.00 [B](Should be AUTO).[/B]
Performance Enhance -           Turbo
DRAM Timing Selectable -        Auto

Advanced Voltage Settings/3D Power Control
PWM Phase COntrol-              Auto    [B](Set to Extreme Perf - Just press "E" in BIOS and then "ENTER")          [/B]
Vcore Voltage Response-         Fast
Vcore Loadline Calibration -    Turbo

Advanced Voltage Settings/CPU Core Voltage Control
CPU Vcore -                     [B]1.40v [/B] If this boots and you are able to enter Windows and Prime95 for an hour (This is a QUICK test!) lower it SLOWLY until NOT stable!)
DVID -                          Disabled
CPU Vtt -                       Auto
CPU PLL -                       Auto
IMC -                           Autp
Dynamic GFX Core -              Auto

Advanced Voltage Settings/DRAM Voltage Control
*Everything Auto

Same motherboard - Running 5.1Ghz without any problems. (This is just to verify that it is not the motherboard).

First off, try the new BETA BIOS from Gigabyte (I run it - The newest really shine!)

http://forums.tweaktown.com/gigabyte/28441-gigabyte-latest-beta-bios.html

GA-Z77X-UP7 - F6c

These new BETAS are solving alot of memory problems etc. so it is worth giving it a shot - At least you will be running the newest BIOS.

  • Download BIOS
  • Put on an USB stick
  • Leave USB stick in computer
  • Reboot
  • Enter BIOS (DEL)
  • Press F8 for Q-Flash
  • Choose USB stick and flash to F6C
  • Let the computer alone and do its "magic". You are flashed when you are in Windows again.

You are now at newest BIOS with STOCK BIOS settings!

Looking over your settings:

Proposed changes in BOLD


Advanced Frequency Settings
CPU/PCIe Base Clock - 100
Processor Graphics Clock - 1150
CPU Clock Ratio - 45
XMP Profile - Profile1
System Memory Multiplier - Auto



Advanced CPU Core Features
CPU Clock Ratio - 45
Internal CPU PLL Overvoltage - ENABLED (Helps stabilize OC).
Intel Turbo Boost Technology - OFF (You mention you want 4.5Ghz @ 24/7, no need for boost then).
Turbo Ratio (1 Core Active) -
Turbo Ratio (2 Core Active) -
Turbo Ratio (3 Core Active) -
Turbo Ratio (4 Core Active) -
Turbo Power Limit (Watts) - Auto
Core Current Limit (Amps) - Auto
CPU Core Enabled - Auto
Hyper Threading Technology - Auto
CPU Enhanced Halt (C1E) - OFF
C3/C6 State Support - OFF
CPU Thermal Monitor - OFF Please check your temperatures under LOAD (Prime95) for at LEAST an hour before disabling!
CPU EIST Function - OFF

Advanced Memory Settings
XMP - Profile1
System Memory Multiplier - 16.00 (Should be AUTO).
Performance Enhance - Turbo
DRAM Timing Selectable - Auto

Advanced Voltage Settings/3D Power Control
PWM Phase COntrol- Auto (Set to Extreme Perf - Just press "E" in BIOS and then "ENTER")
Vcore Voltage Response- Fast
Vcore Loadline Calibration - Turbo

Advanced Voltage Settings/CPU Core Voltage Control
CPU Vcore - 1.40v If this boots and you are able to enter Windows and Prime95 for an hour (This is a QUICK test!) lower it SLOWLY until NOT stable!) CHECK YOUR TEMPERATURE!
DVID - Disabled
CPU Vtt - Auto
CPU PLL - Auto
IMC - Autp
Dynamic GFX Core - Auto

Advanced Voltage Settings/DRAM Voltage Control
*Everything Auto
Edited by Gomi - 3/18/13 at 8:21am
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
A10-7850K Gigabyte F2A88X-UP4 XFX R7 250 G.SKILL TridentX 2400Mhz CL9 
Hard DriveHard DriveHard DriveCooling
Samsung EVO 120GB Samsung EVO 120GB Crucial M500 240GB Little Devil Phasechange 
OSPowerCase
Windows 8.1 Corsair AX860i Lian Li PC-A51 
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
4770K  ROG Maximus VI Impact HD 7990 Corsair Platinum 2666Mhz 
Hard DriveCoolingCoolingCooling
Samsung 830 SSD 3 x Alphacool NexXxoS UT60 240 EK Supremacy Precise Mount Add-On Naked Ivy CPU... EK Supremacy - Clean full nickel 
CoolingCoolingOSPower
Alphacool Heatmaster II Gentle Typhoon 1850RPM Windows 7 X64 Silverstone Strider Evolution 750W 
Case
Caselabs S3 w. pedestal 
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