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But yet again, I have an interesting discovery. Running P95 @ 4.5, 5 minutes in my load went from 100% to a constant 99.9% now an not running at 4.5 GHz, but 4.3.
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Just got an update on Memtest. I didn't believe it, but 4 hours in and an error showed up.

I guess that means RMA time for the RAM? Is there any point in continuing the test or just cancel it and start disassembling my PC?

Hmmm... that could explain some mysterious crashing behavior! If system cpu/mem is not stable (enough), all bets are off on anything and everything.

I see you've got the cpu oc'd pretty good, is mem pushed too? Not sure whats worth doing to try to isolate the problem. I'd wonder if valley is better behaved with cpu/mem restored to stock clocks? If it is, that might exonerate the gpu, if not... clear as mud to me. While not exactly good news that memtest turned something up, at least you have something tangible and specific to go on.
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Hmmm... that could explain some mysterious crashing behavior! If system cpu/mem is not stable (enough), all bets are off on anything and everything.

I see you've got the cpu oc'd pretty good, is mem pushed too? Not sure whats worth doing to try to isolate the problem. I'd wonder if valley is better behaved with cpu/mem restored to stock clocks? If it is, that might exonerate the gpu, if not... clear as mud to me. While not exactly good news that memtest turned something up, at least you have something tangible and specific to go on.
I'm going to install an old-ish game now on Steam and see if it still crashes. Then I'm taking my 670 out, using Intel HD, and seeing what happens. If it still crashes, I think we can assume it's possibly the GPU? I read just because Memtest finds an error doesn't mean it has to be only RAM related. So maybe it is the CPU/GPU.. will report back soon again.
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Hey what is your CPU power phase control in your BIOS set to?
    
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Hey what is your CPU power phase control in your BIOS set to?
Power phase? I got an ASRock board so the wording is different. Just incase I didn't mention it before, I was at stock clocks for both my CPU and GPU and I still crashed. I know my timings in the BIOS are right. Besides changing the timings everything in BIOS is at default settings.

I also ran Heaven on my Intel HD, and no crashes. Currently doing Memtest again to see if anything shows up.
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There should be a setting in the BIOS that lets you control your power phases in the BIOS; I know Asus has one. The options for it might say something like Standard, Optimized, Extreme, and User or something like that. If you can find something like that set it to optimized if its on standard.
    
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Bravo, Bravo...this guide is fantastic. Should work fine with a 680 right? or any Kepler?
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Bravo, Bravo...this guide is fantastic. Should work fine with a 680 right? or any Kepler?

Yep, principles are the same, even if the numbers are a little different.
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There is something seriously wrong with my Heaven score...
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Make sure you have very little running when you bench heaven , also what drivers are you using right now?
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