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I read the guide here and disabled these three options pertaining to C states and my computer became unstable. I find it strange that you say to have these disabled yet it makes my computer randomly reboot and when they are enabled my computer is rock solid.
CPU C3 Report ► Disabled
CPU C6 Report ► Disabled
Package C State Support ► Disabled
I am running an offset voltage.

Are you sure you're stable? As in running p95?
Because those are power saving options for your cpu, some being idle sleep, the others deep sleep.

I was expecting it wasn't stable anyway, I just don't want to make a fuss about it. These caused so many problems for me until I disabled them...
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Hello I am not sure if I came up with this question before. I am stable at 4.9ghz with vcore 1.35 (12hour prime with excellent temps) but my app the good old FSX will not run stable untill I offer 1.4 - 1.42 vcore. I only changed my offset voltage, the pll voltage to 1.7 as in the guide. My 2400mhz ram are on 1.65volt by default. What can cause those app chrashes (always different .dll that crashes the app) Shall I raise carefully the RAM voltage instead of vcore? What would be your advice?
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Hello I am not sure if I came up with this question before. I am stable at 4.9ghz with vcore 1.35 (12hour prime with excellent temps) but my app the good old FSX will not run stable untill I offer 1.4 - 1.42 vcore. I only changed my offset voltage, the pll voltage to 1.7 as in the guide. My 2400mhz ram are on 1.65volt by default. What can cause those app chrashes (always different .dll that crashes the app) Shall I raise carefully the RAM voltage instead of vcore? What would be your advice?
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It means that you are truly not stable. 12 hours of prime does not mean 100% stability, there is a chance where you will be unstable. I would recommend you to lower your clock to 4.8 or 4.7 so you can be stable with your programs as well as prime95.
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Yes I understand what you mean, but with 4.8 or 4.7 it is the same issue. I have to add more vcore for this app then I need for a 12 hour prime test. So it has nothing to do with the RAM voltage which is set to the defaults of 1.65volt?
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Yes I understand what you mean, but with 4.8 or 4.7 it is the same issue. I have to add more vcore for this app then I need for a 12 hour prime test. So it has nothing to do with the RAM voltage which is set to the defaults of 1.65volt?
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No, it is with your CPU.
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Do you know if this is an IVY BRIDGE behaviour or an behavior of my sample. A friend tuned a SANDY BRIDGE there he does not have this effect.
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Do you know if this is an IVY BRIDGE behaviour or an behavior of my sample. A friend tuned a SANDY BRIDGE there he does not have this effect.
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I don't understand what you are trying to say.
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I mean the issue that the app needs significamt more vcore to run stable then a 12 hour prime test.
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I mean the issue that the app needs significamt more vcore to run stable then a 12 hour prime test.
Tom

Yea, it may not happen to all chips as I said, but it means that your chip specifically wants more vcore for that program. There isn't a way to change it other than changing the entire chip.
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Yea, it may not happen to all chips as I said, but it means that your chip specifically wants more vcore for that program. There isn't a way to change it other than changing the entire chip.

Thnx for help.
Tom
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