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post #111 of 129
full load if the psu can handle that it can handle ilde
post #112 of 129
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Ok i ran a multimeter of the Motherboard plug under fulll load and here:

+12v: 12.14v
+5v: 5.15v
+3.3v: 3.35 > 3.37 during test rose to 3.38 after test then dropped to 3.37 after a minute or so.

Easytune6 seems to be the most accurate according to the multimeter

Ran the testing for 5 mins each voltage.

Strangely enough i do not seem to be crashing anymore? Ran prime for about 15 mins today held up fine??

I am still running Profile1 250 bus 14.5 multi 3.625ghz - 1.296vcore, i think the HTL is 2250 the NB 2000 the DRAM is 2000. These are the setting i was using when i first got the H100, they were stable until i ran prime95 then i crashed within a minute usually

I am so beyond confused now its silly
Edited by Neonic - 7/13/12 at 9:12am
post #113 of 129
do you have some intence grafic games?
post #114 of 129
you need to get the temps up on everything including the gpu and the psu
post #115 of 129
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Hrmm well i been playing fallout new vegas on ultra for a few days, that seems to run ok apart from a couple game crashes (it does that anyway).

Probably most intensive i got atm is Max Payne 3, ill try it.

Ok well 10 mins of Metro 2033 on Maxed settings - fine
Max Payne wont work atm i need to install the redists since ive reinstalled windows and my download speed sucks frown.gif Will try it later

I am downloading an update for metro 2033 which includes a built in benchmark, to be honest Metro 2033 is probably the only game i have that really stresses my PC the rest all run solid 60 nps but ive seen <30 with metro 2033 maxed

How long should i benchmark for testing the voltage before i can say "yep thats fine"
Edited by Neonic - 7/13/12 at 9:39am
post #116 of 129
Quote:
Originally Posted by Neonic View Post

359
Instant crash when hitting start on Prime95
Using Gigabyte GA-970A-DS3 btw

Not a safe board for Overclocking without Heatsinks on your VRM's/Mosfet (will cause it to crash if they overheat)

4+1 Power Phase?!?!?

Also, your voltage is low for that Frequency. (1.325-1.35v for 4.5Ghz)

Set your PCIe speed manually to 100 when increasing your FSB for better stability on that board. (running it on auto with this board will cause SSD issues, and Boot issues.)
Edited by ComputerRestore - 7/13/12 at 9:47am
post #117 of 129
play your game for 2 more hours if it starts crashing then get readings
post #118 of 129
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Quote:
Originally Posted by ComputerRestore View Post

Not a safe board for Overclocking without Heatsinks on your VRM's/Mosfet (will cause it to crash if they overheat)
4+1 Power Phase?!?!?
Also, your voltage is low for that Frequency. (1.325-1.35v for 4.5Ghz)
Set your PCIe speed manually to 100 when increasing your FSB for better stability on that board. (running it on auto with this board will cause SSD issues, and Boot issues.)

Well the TMP0/1/2 all read perfectly fine, unless those VRM isnt reporting its temp on one of those. In the screenshot the CPU Voltage is 1.3875 its the CPU NB thats 1.2 or is that what u meant?

I have a Coolermaster HAF 922 Case with a H100 water cooler at the top, 1x 200mm Intake fan on front, 1x 200mm Intake fan on side (Blowing on board) 1x 120mm Exhaust in rear the 2x 120mm for the H100 are exhausting through the top of the case so i dont THINK cooling is an issue, none of my sensor go above 50c

I will also point out i am not using those settings anymore, well i am except the CPU multiplier is 14.5 (3.62ghz~), i will however try setting the PCIe to 100 rather than auto.

To be honest i HAVE had issues with my SSD and couldnt find anythign wrong with it, so mayby that would explain it. Although as i said for the last 2 days it SEEMS to have been stable.
Edited by Neonic - 7/13/12 at 10:38am
post #119 of 129
Thread Starter 
Here are the settings i am now using:

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359
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post #120 of 129
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Heres the result after 30 loops of the Metro 2033 Benchmark FPS Ranged from 18-60 so it was defo stressing the machine

700
555

0 Instability, puzzling
Edited by Neonic - 7/13/12 at 11:24am
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