Originally Posted by SeD669
Hey I have a bit of an issue with my OC.
I got it pretty stable on 4.2GHz but whenever I try to go higher with the multiplier in BIOS it doesn't apply when I reset.
I try x44 but when I get into windows its 4.2GHz still. I restart and go into BIOS to find it back on x42.. Have I missed something? I followed the guide closely.
Known asus problem. Reflash the bios, and then you'll be able to change the values again, thus nothing hard to do
Originally Posted by maneil99
Guys I have an Issue, I had what I thought was a rock solid OC for a month, did 24 hour prime runs ect. its 4 months old I have OCed it since day 1. Now I get alot of whea errors in Crysis 3 and sometimes prime95 aswell? Is this degradation? Only things that changed is I added a new GPU and I am running it 16x instead of 8x and it uses more power. Its been acting weird since I went from Windows 8 cracked to legal but I also added a new GPU at the same time... It was running fine for the 3 days I used igpu ( tested prime 95 ) Also since switching the vcore has been hitting 1.288v instead of 1.280v even though its the same offset.
What do you think happened
Gene V 3570k 4.5GHZ 1802 Bios
that's odd, what's your llc and voltage in bios at?
My guess would be to increase vcore a little.
24hr prime is usually extremely good for stability, however even I had bsods after 2 months of being 24hr stable, and it ended up being faulty ram related.
Check your whea errors and see if they link to anything. Who knows, could be oc related, ram hardware or even faulty gpu. Best way to check, would be to go back to stock, input your ram settings, set the gpu, then play for about a week and see if you get any problems, if you do, then it isn't oc related, but one of the other components. oh and that's nothing to do with degradation