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post #861 of 1508
OK,but if i use auto,vcore is about 1.3@4.2 and that is silly,and my temps goes over 90C. I thought that ninja 3 cooler is good,but that cooler is not doing his work. How can it be stable in prime95 for 12 hours,and then bsod when idle. As i said,if i go over 1.25,my temps goes crazy...
post #862 of 1508
I did set memory timings manualy,so it is not that.
post #863 of 1508
While i was writing last post,it froze at 1.24 vcore @ 4.2,huh,i am very dissapointed with the mobo,processor and ninja 3 cooler.....
post #864 of 1508
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post #865 of 1508
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While i was writing last post,it froze at 1.24 vcore @ 4.2,huh,i am very dissapointed with the mobo,processor and ninja 3 cooler.....
The processor is great, I'm not familiar with that cooler and I would say that the board is the biggest problem. Try just setting the Vcore and leave everything else on auto. You should be able to run at 4.2 around 1.20V easy. Best of luck

Edit: How old is the PSU? Wattage? Could have a bad Supply..
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post #866 of 1508
OK,i will try that. I have Corsair GS 800W. Obviously PSU is not a problem.
post #867 of 1508
I did as you said,but after 1 min in windows it froze again. 1.2V @ 4.2
post #868 of 1508
I would be getting a RMA and replace the moboard . That is definitely not right. While you are at it, might as well warranty the CPU also.
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post #869 of 1508
Something is not right,that is for sure,it mostly freeze while browsing,what do you think about asrock Z77 performance fatality? PSU is ok,i have it for a year and had no problems with it.
post #870 of 1508
Can someone tell me if I am doing it right ? i know 2500k is sb but I don't want to make another trash topic.

I have 2500k, asrock p67 pro3 mobo (newewst firmware) and 1333mhz 2x4gb kingston blu.

Those are my settings in bios that differ from default values:

sata switched to ahci
multiplier to x42
cpu voltage to offset which is set to -0,075v (or is that -0.75v? -cant remember now) (had crashes on -0,08v)
dram voltage changed from default 1,59v to 1,500v

and that is all.
not disabled ant c states or cahnged anything elses. I don't know anything about those other options and don't know how to use them, so I left everything on auto/default.


that gives me stable 4200mhz and 1,224v cpu voltage (according to hwmonitor when running blend test in prime) and 65-66 C degrees temperature after hours of blend test in prime.



Should I just leave all this like that or do I want to change anything, like higher voltage or something ? This is my first sb cpu and firs uefi mobo btw
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