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post #6801 of 7033
Is anyone getting an error USB over voltage, system will shut down?

I get this every now and then, and when I power down and restart the board is fine. I am using the P8-Z77 Pro.
post #6802 of 7033
Quote:
Originally Posted by GoldenboyXD View Post

Try this:

CPU Load-line Calibration ► High
CPU Voltage Frequency ► Manual
CPU Fixed Frequency ► 350
CPU Power Phase Control ► Extreme
CPU Power Duty Control ► T-Probe
CPU Current Capability ► 140%
CPU Power Thermal Control ► 130
CPU Power Response Control ► Auto

If still fails. Increase Vcore to 1.35V and VCCSA at 1.035V.

What is your CPU cooler?

I tried that for 4.5 GHz but still BSOD

I came back at CPU Load-line Calibration ► Ultra High and Vcore to 1.3V and VCCSA at 1.0V. Then Vcore offset to -0.2 and now stable at 4.4GHz.

My cooler is a COOLERMASTER Hyper 212 EVO
post #6803 of 7033
Quote:
Originally Posted by Gellimac View Post

I tried that for 4.5 GHz but still BSOD

I came back at CPU Load-line Calibration ► Ultra High and Vcore to 1.3V and VCCSA at 1.0V. Then Vcore offset to -0.2 and now stable at 4.4GHz.

My cooler is a COOLERMASTER Hyper 212 EVO

Good to know that it's stable now. I thought you are testing it on a Manual voltage initially and i think this is better to test out the stability of the OC and getting to know the max stable voltage first and then setup on offset afterwards. What is your max voltage reading in CPU-Z or HW Monitor? If 1.3V is should be around 1.306V or something?
post #6804 of 7033
Quote:
Originally Posted by GoldenboyXD View Post

Good to know that it's stable now. I thought you are testing it on a Manual voltage initially and i think this is better to test out the stability of the OC and getting to know the max stable voltage first and then setup on offset afterwards. What is your max voltage reading in CPU-Z or HW Monitor? If 1.3V is should be around 1.306V or something?

no i was on manual initially, i did Vcore - VID to have the offset voltage.
post #6805 of 7033
Hi guys, a Happy New Year to everyone; This is my first time overclocking, put together my rig last week and i've managed to get my 3570k to 4.7ghz. Voltage under heavy load like prime95 is 1.208v/1.216v and sometimes spikes for a fraction to 1.224 when unloading/before going to idle; Idle voltage goes as low as 0.904, temp max 74 in prime ffs, 65 or lower in realbench/aida/cinebench, and 49/low50's during gaming, 25-27 idle;

Configuration: Asus Sabertooth P67 b3 latest bios / 8gb (2x4) Corsair XMS3 1333 CL9 / PSU Sirtec High Power 750w / cooling DeepCool Gamer Storm Lucifer; I'm planning to add 3 more fans to my case and another fan to my cpu cooler in push/pull, so temps are going to get lower;

Settings:

Manual->Offset mode
BCLK: 100.0;
Turbo: On
EPU Power Saving: Disabled;
PLL Overvolt: Enabled;
LLC: Ultra High (this one seems to be the most stable, as everything lower would severely drop my vcore, and extreme would cause spikes);
Phase Control: Extreme;
Duty Control: T Probe;
CPU Current Capability: 140%;
Offset: +0.070;
VCCSA & VCCIO: auto (0.925/1.050);
CPU Spread Spectrum: Disabled;
Enhanced Speed Step: Enabled;
Additional Turbo Voltage: 0.004;
The rest of turbo settings are on auto;
C1E: Enabled;
C3: Disabled:
C6: Disabled;

As i am new to this i have some questions:
Do you think anything in the settings could be changed for better?
I'm not planning to do more that 4.7ghz on daily use, but do you think i should give it a try for 5.0ghz?
And last and most important: I have tried to activate the rest of the power saving options (C3, C6 and EPU) and with +0.070 offset i would get bsod right after the windows loading screen; Pushing the offset higher to +0.075/0.080 would get me into windows but every program would crash as i try to run it; +0.085 i can start stuff as long as my CPU is not idling, ramdom bsod and lots of WHEA errors; The voltage would get as high as 1.240 peak and 1.224 load, and as low as 0.672 on idle; Should i try to get my voltage even higher or is it better to forget about the rest of the power saving modes and leave it as it is now?

Thx;
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intel 120gb ssd 520 series seagate barracuda 1tb 64mb deepcool gamer storm lucifer windows 7 ultimate 
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intel 120gb ssd 520 series seagate barracuda 1tb 64mb deepcool gamer storm lucifer windows 7 ultimate 
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post #6806 of 7033
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Originally Posted by neuroxia View Post

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Hi guys, a Happy New Year to everyone; This is my first time overclocking, put together my rig last week and i've managed to get my 3570k to 4.7ghz. Voltage under heavy load like prime95 is 1.208v/1.216v and sometimes spikes for a fraction to 1.224 when unloading/before going to idle; Idle voltage goes as low as 0.904, temp max 74 in prime ffs, 65 or lower in realbench/aida/cinebench, and 49/low50's during gaming, 25-27 idle;

Configuration: Asus Sabertooth P67 b3 latest bios / 8gb (2x4) Corsair XMS3 1333 CL9 / PSU Sirtec High Power 750w / cooling DeepCool Gamer Storm Lucifer; I'm planning to add 3 more fans to my case and another fan to my cpu cooler in push/pull, so temps are going to get lower;

Settings:

Manual->Offset mode
BCLK: 100.0;
Turbo: On
EPU Power Saving: Disabled;
PLL Overvolt: Enabled;
LLC: Ultra High (this one seems to be the most stable, as everything lower would severely drop my vcore, and extreme would cause spikes);
Phase Control: Extreme;
Duty Control: T Probe;
CPU Current Capability: 140%;
Offset: +0.070;
VCCSA & VCCIO: auto (0.925/1.050);
CPU Spread Spectrum: Disabled;
Enhanced Speed Step: Enabled;
Additional Turbo Voltage: 0.004;
The rest of turbo settings are on auto;
C1E: Enabled;
C3: Disabled:
C6: Disabled;

As i am new to this i have some questions:
Do you think anything in the settings could be changed for better?
I'm not planning to do more that 4.7ghz on daily use, but do you think i should give it a try for 5.0ghz?
And last and most important: I have tried to activate the rest of the power saving options (C3, C6 and EPU) and with +0.070 offset i would get bsod right after the windows loading screen; Pushing the offset higher to +0.075/0.080 would get me into windows but every program would crash as i try to run it; +0.085 i can start stuff as long as my CPU is not idling, ramdom bsod and lots of WHEA errors; The voltage would get as high as 1.240 peak and 1.224 load, and as low as 0.672 on idle; Should i try to get my voltage even higher or is it better to forget about the rest of the power saving modes and leave it as it is now?

Thx;

Have you checked for WHEA errors after running a stress test?
post #6807 of 7033
Quote:
Originally Posted by XEKong View Post

Have you checked for WHEA errors after running a stress test?

Yup, everything stable and no errors; As i have written, i only get WHEA errors if i activate C3/C6, but without them i have no problems;
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i5 3570k @ 4.7ghz asus sabertooth p67 sapphire radeon r9 280x tri-x oc 16 gb (4x4) corsair xms3 1333 cl9 @ 1600 
Hard DriveHard DriveCoolingOS
intel 120gb ssd 520 series seagate barracuda 1tb 64mb deepcool gamer storm lucifer windows 7 ultimate 
MonitorKeyboardPowerCase
samsung t24d390 genius slimstar 310 sirtec high power element smart 750W  corsair graphite 230t rebel orange 
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logitech mx518 generic cloth something 
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Hard DriveHard DriveCoolingOS
intel 120gb ssd 520 series seagate barracuda 1tb 64mb deepcool gamer storm lucifer windows 7 ultimate 
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post #6808 of 7033
Hi guys. I found the post and saw all 3 videos. Very informative. First time for OC my intel i7 2600K. I am manually inputting cpu voltage in bios. When I boot in Windows and check my cpu voltage using cpu-z, I always seen the same voltage setting of 1.28. It seems whatever voltage I change to, it always shows 1.28 under load. When idle, it is .984.

I have manually tried setting a range between 1.25-1.38v in bios. Is this not normal?


CPU: Intel i7 Core 2600K
MB: Asus p8Z77-Pro (bios updated to latest firm 2104)
RAM: Patriot Sector 5, 9-9-9-24 (4x4GB)
Cooling: Corsair H20
Power: Antec 650W

Monitor Software
CPU-z
realtemp
Aida64
post #6809 of 7033
Quote:
Originally Posted by duceduc View Post

Hi guys. I found the post and saw all 3 videos. Very informative. First time for OC my intel i7 2600K. I am manually inputting cpu voltage in bios. When I boot in Windows and check my cpu voltage using cpu-z, I always seen the same voltage setting of 1.28. It seems whatever voltage I change to, it always shows 1.28 under load. When idle, it is .984.

I have manually tried setting a range between 1.25-1.38v in bios. Is this not normal?


CPU: Intel i7 Core 2600K
MB: Asus p8Z77-Pro (bios updated to latest firm 2104)
RAM: Patriot Sector 5, 9-9-9-24 (4x4GB)
Cooling: Corsair H20
Power: Antec 650W

Monitor Software
CPU-z
realtemp
Aida64
Is the voltage changing in the bios readings ?
Maybe try a reflash of bios, sometimes settings get stuck , go back to default and reflash with latest .
Do it in bios or flashback feature , not in windows .
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post #6810 of 7033
Hello. Thanks for the reply. It was my current bios that was causing the settings not to be save. I just reset the cmos and not it's ok.
Here are my results in screenshots. I have OC it to 44, used voltage offset, and initial run with prime95 for 30 minutes without BSOD finally. However, my temp is a bit high under load. Is there anything I can do to lower my temp. I have a top fan mounted on top of the case, but it's not directly over the cpu. I will move it. Also on the side of the case, do we mount the fan to blow out or suck in air?

As you can see from my temp shot, the 2 middle cores runs hotter then the 2 outer. Would reseating and reapplying thermal grease help?
I noticed when I am running prime, ever 10 minutes the software runs harder, thus, giving me a temp of 85c. It will throttle down afterwards and I get a temp of 73c. Is my temp high as it is? My idle temp is seats at about 30c at an idle voltage of .968v.





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