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Looks like bad memory clocks. I've had plenty of experience with issues like that and its always the memory either the timing, the voltage or the clock speeds. Overclocking the ramm doesn't help either usually a bios reload/reflashing cures it. if the @bios program, if youre using it says "unknown" bios currently installed flash it anyways with newest confirmed, via the Gigabyte website, bios for that board. Its the only way Ive found to reset the ramm after it starts acting up with my overclocks.
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post #922 of 1879
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ALT F10 has to work.... just not doing it correctly....

This is wot I am trying to say.... Just because you ran prime for 8 hours and folding for 40 hours doesn't me squat for stability. I still know nothing about your system as far as processor or memory but I can tell you one of the two is your problem... I can prove it in one simple test as stated above. Run it and post the result if you dare!

ADD: I do admit the 2500 & 2600K processors might react diffrently..How I have no experiance with them...but in the end it's all about voltage...
It could be an issue of memory stability. I was lazy/had exams and never tuned in the voltage, so it's running 4.4GHz at 1.295 V lol, and the core appears to be stable.

I'll try running that benchmark some time and see if it finds any issues.
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Looks like bad memory clocks. I've had plenty of experience with issues like that and its always the memory either the timing, the voltage or the clock speeds. Overclocking the ramm doesn't help either usually a bios reload/reflashing cures it. if the @bios program, if youre using it says "unknown" bios currently installed flash it anyways with newest confirmed, via the Gigabyte website, bios for that board. Its the only way Ive found to reset the ramm after it starts acting up with my overclocks.
It's only some cheap 1600Mhz that I never overclocked; I am running it at its rated specs.
post #923 of 1879
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Originally Posted by Art Vanelay View Post

It could be an issue of memory stability. I was lazy/had exams and never tuned in the voltage, so it's running 4.4GHz at 1.295 V lol, and the core appears to be stable.

I'll try running that benchmark some time and see if it finds any issues.
It's only some cheap 1600Mhz that I never overclocked; I am running it at its rated specs.

Well there you go you answered your own question to your problem. 1) LAZY 2) Memory Voltage ( still don't know type but I bet 1.295v is way low 3) And the core APPEARS to be stable...

There ya go in the nut shell....

Nothing against you Art but I think those ^^^ are your problem with your boot loops failures... IMO
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post #924 of 1879
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Looks like bad memory clocks. I've had plenty of experience with issues like that and its always the memory either the timing, the voltage or the clock speeds. Overclocking the ramm doesn't help either usually a bios reload/reflashing cures it. if the @bios program, if youre using it says "unknown" bios currently installed flash it anyways with newest confirmed, via the Gigabyte website, bios for that board. Its the only way Ive found to reset the ramm after it starts acting up with my overclocks.

D1RTYD1Z619 Yo Dude you have to be doing something wrong somewhere. I can't tell where since you have no details of your system. Only a generic description.. Size does matter when you talk puter ponets.
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post #925 of 1879
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Well there you go you answered your own question to your problem. 1) LAZY 2) Memory Voltage ( still don't know type but I bet 1.295v is way low 3) And the core APPEARS to be stable...

There ya go in the nut shell....

Nothing against you Art but I think those ^^^ are your problem with your boot loops failures... IMO

I feel like that is not way low for sandy voltage...
But for the sake of science, bump it up to something like 1.32 and see what happens.
post #926 of 1879
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Originally Posted by Conners View Post

Well there you go you answered your own question to your problem. 1) LAZY 2) Memory Voltage ( still don't know type but I bet 1.295v is way low 3) And the core APPEARS to be stable...

There ya go in the nut shell....

Nothing against you Art but I think those ^^^ are your problem with your boot loops failures... IMO
The memory is running at its rated 1.5V; the 1.295 V is higher than it should be on the Vcore.
post #927 of 1879
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Test 1st with IBT on MAX memory for 5 runs, also pull up a programs such as CPUZ and real temp for monitoring. For 4.5GHz my CPUZ voltage shows around 2.6v to 2.72v, while in my bios its set to about 1.32V, using a droop of high, just as an example. If you can't pass 5 runs @ maximum memory up your voltage. If temps are way to high look to better cooling of lower OC.
I tested it with 7 runs of IBT at the maximum memory I could set it to; it passed. The voltage was at 1.296V; extreme LLC seems to do it pretty well.

5 runs of it took surprisingly little time; people usually recommend prime95 for at least 12 hours.
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I tested it with 7 runs of IBT at the maximum memory I could set it to; it passed. The voltage was at 1.296V; extreme LLC seems to do it pretty well.

5 runs of it took surprisingly little time; people usually recommend prime95 for at least 12 hours.

True but the IBT is just a quick test for me neways. I would next suggest running P95 as you mentioned sometime. I know on my 3970K 99.9% of the time you need more cpu voltage of dvid voltage if you have a failure. Your processor I don't know...
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post #930 of 1879
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True but the IBT is just a quick test for me neways. I would next suggest running P95 as you mentioned sometime. I know on my 3970K 99.9% of the time you need more cpu voltage of dvid voltage if you have a failure. Your processor I don't know...
Well, the fact that this happened the first time at 4 GHz, on a voltage that was much higher than needed for that frequency, probably indicates that it isn't a stability issue.
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