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Poll Results: Which Ivy Bridge CPU did you buy?

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    i5 3570k
  • 43% of voters (586)
    i7 3770k
  • 6% of voters (91)
    Other
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post #1451 of 7362
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Originally Posted by DaClownie View Post

What's with everyone being glued to these WHEA 19 warnings? When I looked in there, I was getting a couple warnings (not sure of the code) every hour (maybe 3-4 an hour). All I know is its stable for 12+ hours of prime95 blend, temps stay below 80, no games or software are crashing whatsoever. I know Linux, which tends to be finicky about running/installing with unstable overclocks, works perfectly too.
I think too much attention is being put on these WHEA errors.

It's definitely voltage related as others have said. I ran Prime for 22 hours successfully but had these whea warnings during the run and also during encoding. I upped the voltage a tiny amount and I have not had any since. I think you get them when you have just enough voltage that the cpu can recover from any errors rather than crash. I'd suggest upping your voltage slightly and see if you stop getting them.
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I'm preparing a full review for N3D (Spanish site) doing the whole process. Starting with AS5+ H100 and a couple of Nidec GTs 1450rpm and going forward passing through Liquid pro, Indigo, Deltas AFP 1212VHE and if I it can go better, mounting a full LC, but this last one would take some time. I don'nt even have the CPU block yet.

I was looking for the same batch since a couple of weeks, and finally I found it in a spanish store hahaha
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Thread is not official, as such I have removed the official tag. If you wish for it to be official, you need to PM an Intel section editor and ask for them to do so.
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post #1454 of 7362
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I only get WHEA 19 at 4.5GHz when it's not stable. I was getting BSOD while gaming. I did pass over 12 hours of prime. I never seen one on stock though.

I've had one or two at 4.3GHz whilst gaming, but no effect on the gaming (unless I put my BF3 performance down to it). It might be an error correction flag, i.e. its warning that a parity bit is found to be wrong, that should be correctable, that's the point of parity bits isn't it? unless they can't tell if the parity itself is wrong, or if the data it is performing the parity on is wrong.
 
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But what is point of passing 20hours in prime but have system errors? That doesnt make sense if at stock clock those errors doesnt appear...
post #1456 of 7362
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But what is point of passing 20hours in prime but have system errors? That doesnt make sense if at stock clock those errors doesnt appear...

Because prime tests for maths functionality for its own purpose, we happen to use it because it loads cores well, the answers that prime gets are good enough to satisfy it, therefore it is happy. Perhaps this tells us that prime is the wrong test, or that you have to use prime and check for whea error. But like the tree in the woods, if an error occurs and no-one notices the effect is it really an error. Perhaps the whea's are pre-cursors to errors that can be recovered from, but get to many and they indicate an increased likelihood of getting an unrecoverable error, or incorrect answer to a question.
 
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post #1457 of 7362
qwell my new 3570k is much better than the other one I THINK just ran prime for 10 hours ( yea I know not long enough but im gonna play d3 now ) and I used much less voltage than my other one and it did not give me any whea errors at 4.4ghz temps seem better too I think my first chip was just a dog chip.
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post #1458 of 7362
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Because prime tests for maths functionality for its own purpose, we happen to use it because it loads cores well, the answers that prime gets are good enough to satisfy it, therefore it is happy. Perhaps this tells us that prime is the wrong test, or that you have to use prime and check for whea error. But like the tree in the woods, if an error occurs and no-one notices the effect is it really an error. Perhaps the whea's are pre-cursors to errors that can be recovered from, but get to many and they indicate an increased likelihood of getting an unrecoverable error, or incorrect answer to a question.

Actually, the WHEA error is generally from too low of voltage. So you may pass P95, but if you get those errors, bump up your voltage and try again.
post #1459 of 7362
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Actually, the WHEA error is generally from too low of voltage. So you may pass P95, but if you get those errors, bump up your voltage and try again.

the 'why' is not what I am getting at, what I am trying to get at is are these errors important or not? Are they just indications that the OS picks up that says 'there was an issue but we corrected it' are they a sign that there is an undercurrent of 'potential instability' that could, under the right circumstances, turn into actual instability.

Like I've said I've had 1 that I could find since putting the OC on, and its had probably a good 20-30 hours of gaming in 2-3 hour sessions. Currently I'm happy with that. I expect though that I'll have to re-assess the OC once the bios updates start coming in, and i'll end up with a few more millivolts anyway.
 
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the 'why' is not what I am getting at, what I am trying to get at is are these errors important or not? Are they just indications that the OS picks up that says 'there was an issue but we corrected it' are they a sign that there is an undercurrent of 'potential instability' that could, under the right circumstances, turn into actual instability.
Like I've said I've had 1 that I could find since putting the OC on, and its had probably a good 20-30 hours of gaming in 2-3 hour sessions. Currently I'm happy with that. I expect though that I'll have to re-assess the OC once the bios updates start coming in, and i'll end up with a few more millivolts anyway.

I'm not really saying the why is important either, but what I'm saying is, that an error could be a potential silent corrupter if not looked into. There are a lot of errors you can ignore, I get tons of them from Windows just being stupid, but when they involve my processor, I take that a bit more serious.
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