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Remember how close our chips are, I'm at 1.28 @4.5GHz. My think you need more Vcore especially since you have twice as much RAM as me, I'm going to delid very soon when I get the nerve!

I do remember smile.gif
Although as you can see - from my other post, this is no longer CPU related. And I don;t think all my OC'ing problems, since the beginning are due to CPU clocking, but rather RAM...I could still be wrong, but so far I have a strong hunch that it is faulty ram or bad voltages for ram.
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post #762 of 6764
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I do remember smile.gif
Although as you can see - from my other post, this is no longer CPU related. And I don;t think all my OC'ing problems, since the beginning are due to CPU clocking, but rather RAM...I could still be wrong, but so far I have a strong hunch that it is faulty ram or bad voltages for ram.

I'm reasonably sure the 124 BSOD code is predominantly caused by CPU voltage.
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I'm reasonably sure the 124 BSOD code is predominantly caused by CPU voltage.

You aren't mistaken.
But I'm getting P95 and IBT errors by inter-changing RAM modules.

Surely that would explain why my system on STOCK is failing?

As a STOCK BIOS with STOCK clocks, and NOTHING touched, shouldn't need ANY sort of voltage increases for the CPU (only RAM)
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Shoot even when I OC for my crazy 5.5 Ghz runs I HAVE to up my ram voltage or else my RAM just fails its the 1600 mhz corsair vengences and I have to bump the voltage from 1.5v to 1.55v or else I can't get anywhere. I have heard of people sometimes getting results by UNDERVOLTING their RAM you could give it a shot. Apparently sometimes the ram take to much and the cpu gets choked and just says I give I give!
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Shoot even when I OC for my crazy 5.5 Ghz runs I HAVE to up my ram voltage or else my RAM just fails its the 1600 mhz corsair vengences and I have to bump the voltage from 1.5v to 1.55v or else I can't get anywhere. I have heard of people sometimes getting results by UNDERVOLTING their RAM you could give it a shot. Apparently sometimes the ram take to much and the cpu gets choked and just says I give I give!

I've been in a head bug for over 1 month now trying to figure out this OC - sad times.
But finally, there's progress.

Thanks for the input about the voltages, I will do that when OC'ing the CPU and when putting more GB's in.
But atm, I got 1 stick of ram that has failed 2x IBT's, whilst the others all passed.

If, fingers crossed, my current test passes 2x with this other ram module, then I will memtest86, what I perceive to be the problematic ram.
And if memtest ALSO comes with errors - then the result is as clear cut as it gets.

This is a major note for me, and a major note for anyone.
Test your system first, before even touching OC's. You (might) be unlucky like me and get bad hardware, meaning any OC you do, will fail, especially seeing OC'ing puts more stress on any component as it is going over what it was tested to do out the factory.
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Whoever still having problems, please post again saying exactly what's happening and what you have tried doing.

I went on vacation for a while. tongue.gif
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You aren't mistaken.
But I'm getting P95 and IBT errors by inter-changing RAM modules.
Surely that would explain why my system on STOCK is failing?
As a STOCK BIOS with STOCK clocks, and NOTHING touched, shouldn't need ANY sort of voltage increases for the CPU (only RAM)

Are you running your mem with XMP profile? If not try it.
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Are you running your mem with XMP profile? If not try it.

I'll give that a try. Although I don't know if it is that, as I'm on stock, everything.

EDIT:
Swag I'm back - I'm back to my old OC settings I had @ 4.4ghz - I have a strong feeling I can now hit over 5ghz, without a bad ram stick wink.gif!
Edited by Totally Dubbed - 10/30/12 at 1:21am
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I got a BSOD at 4.4 @1.2 - so instead I went in at 1.25v @ 4.5ghz tongue.gif
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Well ,I followed these guidelines ,and I am currently at 4.6 Ghz @ 1.32V core according to my Bios ,however ,according to CPU-Z I am at 1.52 V core . Which should I trust ,and I am actually not sure how to lower my Vcore as this ASUS EFI Bios is alien to me . I am so used to my old EVGA Bios. Any help appreciated.
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