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Had multiplier set to 45 and voltage to 1.240. Lasted only like 20 minutes in prime before I heard my comp reboot. Didn't d show an error message when the comp got back into Windows telling me what the code was. Gunna give it another shot after I wake up tomorrow before work.
     
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post #1322 of 7032
-Have you got a GFX card in that one?
If so, disable iGPU for the time being (if you want iGPU, then keep it enabled)

-Get off XMP and go to manual
-Make all ram timings as tested ones.
-Get cpu spread spectrum and blk recovery to off
-Make sure in digi+ your LLC is at 75%

Follow the OP bios and my bios settings in my signature, and start trying your oc from 1.25v
post #1323 of 7032
Real nice guide....
 
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post #1324 of 7032
Quote:
Originally Posted by Totally Dubbed View Post

-Have you got a GFX card in that one?
If so, disable iGPU for the time being (if you want iGPU, then keep it enabled)
-Get off XMP and go to manual
-Make all ram timings as tested ones.
-Get cpu spread spectrum and blk recovery to off
-Make sure in digi+ your LLC is at 75%
Follow the OP bios and my bios settings in my signature, and start trying your oc from 1.25v

I'd like to keep the igpu enabled. I went and took a look at your screen shots but I don't see a cpu offset only gpu voltage and offset (seen in my other screen a few posts up) 1 to 2 minutes into prime worker 1 stopped with a rounding error then 5 minutes in, prime crashes. Ran it a second time and the BSOD's too fast I couldn't get a read on what the error was.
Edited by xeks - 12/27/12 at 2:39pm
     
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I'd like to keep the igpu enabled. I went and took a look at your screen shots but I don't see a cpu offset only gpu voltage and offset (seen in my other screen a few posts up) 1 to 2 minutes into prime worker 1 stopped with a rounding error then 5 minutes in, prime crashes. Ran it a second time and the BSOD's too fast I couldn't get a read on what the error was.

First:
http://download.cnet.com/BlueScreenView/3000-2094_4-10965136.html

Get that, it will show you what your BSOD was, even if it has passed, after installation. Very useful.

Second:
GPU voltage? Huh?
You mean the iGPU thing on auto that you have?
Yeah I don't have it as I have iGPU disabled, and barred from my system - it is completely useless when I have a GTX660ti sitting here.

Third:
Are you stable on stock?
Have you actually tested stock with P95?

Rounding errors -> RAM or more vcore

Fourth:
You tried a lower OC, if you are stable on stock?
post #1326 of 7032
Managed 19 hours prime stable with no WHEA errors today, 4.2GHz (terrible I know) at 1.22v (also terrible, but any lower and I get WHEA errors).

The even more terrible thing is that it wants at least 1.25 to be stable at 4.3 (12 hrs prime with no WHEA)! Sighface.


The performance difference is obviously completely negligible anyway so whatever 4.2 will do as I'm not keen on increasing the voltage too much more than 1.25 wink.gif
post #1327 of 7032
Quote:
Originally Posted by Totally Dubbed View Post

First:
http://download.cnet.com/BlueScreenView/3000-2094_4-10965136.html
Get that, it will show you what your BSOD was, even if it has passed, after installation. Very useful.
Second:
GPU voltage? Huh?
You mean the iGPU thing on auto that you have?
Yeah I don't have it as I have iGPU disabled, and barred from my system - it is completely useless when I have a GTX660ti sitting here.
Third:
Are you stable on stock?
Have you actually tested stock with P95?
Rounding errors -> RAM or more vcore
Fourth:
You tried a lower OC, if you are stable on stock?

First:
Got the program you linked, will see how it works.

Second:
And yes I meant the iGPU. I currently only have a GTX 470 and don't plan on upgrading since nothing I play really needs the upgrade (also have virtu mvp installed). Do I still need the iGPU?

Third:
Will run Prime tonight since I just loaded optimized settings in BIOS. I have 16GB of RAM, when I look at Task Manager, I usually have 14800ish free but I test Prime @ 14000. If all goes well, will bump it up from 3.5 to 3.6 and start all the way at the bottom I guess. tongue.gif What's the starting voltage you think I need from there?
     
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Quote:
Originally Posted by xeks View Post

Quote:
Originally Posted by Totally Dubbed View Post

First:
http://download.cnet.com/BlueScreenView/3000-2094_4-10965136.html
Get that, it will show you what your BSOD was, even if it has passed, after installation. Very useful.
Second:
GPU voltage? Huh?
You mean the iGPU thing on auto that you have?
Yeah I don't have it as I have iGPU disabled, and barred from my system - it is completely useless when I have a GTX660ti sitting here.
Third:
Are you stable on stock?
Have you actually tested stock with P95?
Rounding errors -> RAM or more vcore
Fourth:
You tried a lower OC, if you are stable on stock?

First:
Got the program you linked, will see how it works.

Second:
And yes I meant the iGPU. I currently only have a GTX 470 and don't plan on upgrading since nothing I play really needs the upgrade (also have virtu mvp installed). Do I still need the iGPU?

Third:
Will run Prime tonight since I just loaded optimized settings in BIOS. I have 16GB of RAM, when I look at Task Manager, I usually have 14800ish free but I test Prime @ 14000. If all goes well, will bump it up from 3.5 to 3.6 and start all the way at the bottom I guess. tongue.gif What's the starting voltage you think I need from there?

I would definitely advise you not to start from the beginning, it is a complete waste of time even for a complete beginner in overclocking. What I would recommend is start with 4.0GHz and do this. Set the RAM to 90% of the available RAM you have. So open task manager and look at the available RAM and use 90% of that, if you plan to use the PC while it is stress-testing (NO GAMING or intensive things), use 85% of the available RAM.

Start at 4.0GHz and start at 1.150 Vcore.

YOU WILL NOT NEED iGPU AFTER YOU INSTALL YOUR GTX470! DISABLE iGPU!
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I would definitely advise you not to start from the beginning, it is a complete waste of time even for a complete beginner in overclocking. What I would recommend is start with 4.0GHz and do this. Set the RAM to 90% of the available RAM you have. So open task manager and look at the available RAM and use 90% of that, if you plan to use the PC while it is stress-testing (NO GAMING or intensive things), use 85% of the available RAM.
Start at 4.0GHz and start at 1.150 Vcore.
YOU WILL NOT NEED iGPU AFTER YOU INSTALL YOUR GTX470! DISABLE iGPU!

Okay sweet, will disable the iGPU. Also should I still run Prime overnight on optimized bios settings? I also plan on running Memtest86+ sometime in the next day to make sure my memory is okay.
     
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I would definitely advise you not to start from the beginning, it is a complete waste of time even for a complete beginner in overclocking. What I would recommend is start with 4.0GHz and do this. Set the RAM to 90% of the available RAM you have. So open task manager and look at the available RAM and use 90% of that, if you plan to use the PC while it is stress-testing (NO GAMING or intensive things), use 85% of the available RAM.
Start at 4.0GHz and start at 1.150 Vcore.
YOU WILL NOT NEED iGPU AFTER YOU INSTALL YOUR GTX470! DISABLE iGPU!

Okay sweet, will disable the iGPU. Also should I still run Prime overnight on optimized bios settings? I also plan on running Memtest86+ sometime in the next day to make sure my memory is okay.

What do you mean by "On optimized BIOS settings"?
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