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Increase vcore to 1.270 and try it again.

I got that BSOD 0x50 again... I hope i dont have a bad stick.

Hmm, I'm not sure. Can you check the RAM with memtest?
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Hmm, I'm not sure. Can you check the RAM with memtest?

I dont have memtest, or any disk, to do so. I went ahead and bumped the voltage to 1.305 and i was able to run 10 mins of prime without any errors., anything below this crashed. Is there anything else i need to do?
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Hmm, I'm not sure. Can you check the RAM with memtest?

I dont have memtest, or any disk, to do so. I went ahead and bumped the voltage to 1.305 and i was able to run 10 mins of prime without any errors., anything below this crashed. Is there anything else i need to do?

Try lowering vcore and upping the dram voltage to 1.65000. Don't worry, you aren't going to hurt your CPU 1 bit.
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Keep the vcore at 1.275 and make RAM voltage to 1.65. Don't worry, you won't hurt the chip a single bit. It will make sure you have stability. It seems your worker failures are limited to the RAM and if you get any more errors with prime95 after the DRAM voltage increase, ignore it. The chance of your OC failing during use is almost 0%.

Hey thanks for the reply, but I was already at work when you wrote this so before I left I had bumped it up one last time to "vcore 1.285 x 45" it ran prime for 12 hours. I looked in event viewer and noticed that throughout my OC'ing I was getting "whea warnings" (I had over 200+ of them) but they stopped right when I hit 1.285v. I ran prime again for 38 hours to make sure I didnt generate no more whea errors and it didn't. Since I'm stable here do you think I should even bother trying what you mentioned? (1.275 with RAM voltage at 1.65).

My final stable values are "vcore 1.285 x 45", Ram timings "10-11-10-30 2T at 1866 with 1.5v" with max temps 82-89-84-82. I compared myself with the sheet at the ivy bridge stable club and the chart from sin0822

I noticed sins voltage is a lot lower but hes also on 4gb or 8gb (some of his pics show either 4 or 8gb) while on the ivy chart there some people with voltages close to mine and they have 16gb or more. I'm assuming since I have 16gb of ram that this might be normal since from what "ive read more ram = stress IMC more.

I'm gonna OC my GPU now so after I get that stable ill do the offset stuff from this guide but you didn't answer my question on whether I should switch my offset sign to negative since my offset value comes out negative.

1.285 - 1.2860 = -0.001

Let me know if I'm wrong about anything. Thanks!
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Try lowering vcore and upping the dram voltage to 1.65000. Don't worry, you aren't going to hurt your CPU 1 bit.
I tried the vcore at 1.275-1.290 with the dram voltage at 1.65 and got BSOD each time.
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Keep the vcore at 1.275 and make RAM voltage to 1.65. Don't worry, you won't hurt the chip a single bit. It will make sure you have stability. It seems your worker failures are limited to the RAM and if you get any more errors with prime95 after the DRAM voltage increase, ignore it. The chance of your OC failing during use is almost 0%.

Hey thanks for the reply, but I was already at work when you wrote this so before I left I had bumped it up one last time to "vcore 1.285 x 45" it ran prime for 12 hours. I looked in event viewer and noticed that throughout my OC'ing I was getting "whea warnings" (I had over 200+ of them) but they stopped right when I hit 1.285v. I ran prime again for 38 hours to make sure I didnt generate no more whea errors and it didn't. Since I'm stable here do you think I should even bother trying what you mentioned? (1.275 with RAM voltage at 1.65).

My final stable values are "vcore 1.285 x 45", Ram timings "10-11-10-30 2T at 1866 with 1.5v" with max temps 82-89-84-82. I compared myself with the sheet at the ivy bridge stable club and the chart from sin0822

I noticed sins voltage is a lot lower but hes also on 4gb or 8gb (some of his pics show either 4 or 8gb) while on the ivy chart there some people with voltages close to mine and they have 16gb or more. I'm assuming since I have 16gb of ram that this might be normal since from what "ive read more ram = stress IMC more.

I'm gonna OC my GPU now so after I get that stable ill do the offset stuff from this guide but you didn't answer my question on whether I should switch my offset sign to negative since my offset value comes out negative.

1.285 - 1.2860 = -0.001

Let me know if I'm wrong about anything. Thanks!

I believe the lowest you can get for either positive or negative would be 0.005. Now, I recommend you running +0.005 because it gives you insurance you won't fail and it's a slight bump so it wouldn't harm temps or damage your CPU at all. I recommend a +0.005 offset in your case.
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3. Fixed vcore
4. Are you 100% positive that you need 1.270vcore for 4.5 stable?
5. We will re-enable afterwards

Ok I have done everything that you have suggested but now when testing with Prime 95 I keep getting BSOD 3 of them 0x000000F7 - 0x000000FC - 0x0000000A

I feel like every time I start to move forward with this OC I take 10 steps backwards:mad:

Thanks again for all of your help, I am very great full.

Jeff
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So I think I found what was causing the BSOD and fixed it.

Now I need to know whats next to finish this OC? Because I setup everything in my bios to what you suggested and ran Prime 95 for 4 hours with no errors biggrin.gif

4.5GHz with CPU Vcore 1.270V in Fixed Mode and with CPU Vcore loadline, Internal PLL, and C3 - C6 all disabled

Thanks
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Are you confident that it's stable?
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Swag got a question for you. I got my I5-3570k OC'd to 4.6 right now. Ran AIDA 64 stess test and at 100% load I'm showing pretty steady 1.336-1.345 volts stable. Temps are upper 60's lower 70's with a noctua NH-D14. Is that too much voltage for an Ivy chip? And if not, where would be a good limit for my voltage to be at stable and at 100% load?
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