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post #1 of 88
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Hello

I have my i5 3570k @ 4.5ghz.

I can run prime95 for about 1h without problems but in game, sometimes, my pc crashes without BSOD :/

Why? How to fix that?

I am using intel hd 4000 graphics becouse I sent my 7870 to RMA

Edit:

LLC: Level 2
+0.050v offset mode (1.30v at hwmonitor)
Ram: 1.5v @ 1600mhz atm for tests
Edited by reborn624 - 7/7/12 at 5:38pm
post #2 of 88
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Anyone?
post #3 of 88
1 hour of prime is not considered satble. Many like myself like to test longer. I usually let prime run foir atleast 8hrs. Some people let it test for 24-48hrs. I strongly suggest more indeapth tests. Aif
post #4 of 88
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Originally Posted by Sumatra View Post

1 hour of prime is not considered satble. Many like myself like to test longer. I usually let prime run foir atleast 8hrs. Some people let it test for 24-48hrs. I strongly suggest more indeapth tests. Aif

But why pc crashes without BSOD?
post #5 of 88
not all crashes cause the computer to BSOD. check your event viewer to see any crash info.
post #6 of 88
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Originally Posted by crunkosaur View Post

not all crashes cause the computer to BSOD. check your event viewer to see any crash info.

Haven't events :S

I'll try run prime95 for about 12h
post #7 of 88
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Originally Posted by reborn624 View Post

Hello
I have my i5 3570k @ 4.5ghz.
I can run prime95 for about 1h without problems but in game, sometimes, my pc crashes without BSOD :/
Why? How to fix that?
I am using intel hd 4000 graphics becouse I sent my 7870 to RMA
Edit:
LLC: Level 2
+0.050v offset mode (1.30v at hwmonitor)
Ram: 1.5v @ 1600mhz atm for tests

lol we have the same cpu, similar offset settings, ram settings, same 4.5ghz, and i also have this problem
i switched over to manual @ 1.315 and it seems to be working fine so far
post #8 of 88
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Originally Posted by jiepo View Post

lol we have the same cpu, similar offset settings, ram settings, same 4.5ghz, and i also have this problem
i switched over to manual @ 1.315 and it seems to be working fine so far

Fixed vcore? I'll try that! Thanks for sharing your experience smile.gif
post #9 of 88
What kind of crash you get?
Just freeze? If its just freeze, then its CPU Vcore, i personally use mix of everything for stability testing, some prime95, occt, some compresing, decoding, and lot of gaming. I found that just running prime95 for xx amount of hours is not enough, some guy ran prime95 on 2500k or 2600k, i dont know exactly, for 26 hour, and he started playing CoD Black ops, and he had BSOD after 10 minutes of playing.
My example: I ran OCCT for some time, and i fired Fritz Chess bench after and it crashed.
Edited by sena - 7/10/12 at 9:48am
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Fully custom watercooling system Windows 10 Pro Acer Predator XB321HK Razer BlackWidow Ultimate Stealth 2013 Edition 
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post #10 of 88
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Originally Posted by sena View Post

What kind of crash you get?
Just freeze? If its just freeze, then its CPU Vcore, i personally use mix of everything for stability testing, some prime95, occt, some compresing, decoding, and lot of gaming. I found that just running prime95 for xx amount of hours is not enough, some guy ran prime95 on 2500k or 2600k, i dont know exactly, for 26 hour, and he started playing CoD Black ops, and he had BSOD after 10 minutes of playing.
My example: I ran OCCT for some time, and i fired Fritz Chess bench after and it crashed.

PC Shutdown without BSOD, like power off PSU.

I am trying with fixed vcore. Until now no shutdowns.
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