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It seems that WHEA error code 19 is related to bad OC. I'v beeing changing my settings here to get the lowest voltages possible witout crashing and when the WHEA occours, it crashes soon or later.

Same happens with higher OC. I was running at 5ghz with vcore 1.48 and started getting WHEA code 19. 2 mins and programs started to crash and got bsod.

It might be related to Ivybridge? I don't remember getting this kind of error when ocing my Phenon X6 @4.05ghz

I have talked to the WHEA Team from Microsoft and they said that it does not always mean a bad OC. Your choice to believe whether WHEA errors are important, I choose not to.
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I have talked to the WHEA Team from Microsoft and they said that it does not always mean a bad OC. Your choice to believe whether WHEA errors are important, I choose not to.

"WHEA Team from Microsoft", they have that? ..lol


i like this remark from feniks, over at the Asus forum,

"once IBT clears out and no WHEA warnings (recoverable hardware errors logged in Windows while using Ivy Bridge) then I am sure I am getting the maximum performance and stability out of the overclock I use.
if you have WHEA warnings logged in Event Viewer then the overclock is unstable and the chip wastes performance on doing the same job twice (or more) ... and that just proves recoverable errors .. think of those that went unnoticed and could cause data corruption at some point."
http://rog.asus.com/forum/archive/index.php/t-23714.html?s=e1fee87b8fd920dafdc26aefecaec162


like you said, it doesnt always have to mean a oc is unstable,
the microsoft whea team said, "does not always mean a bad OC",
but it could/can,
leaves performance and data corruption at some point,
if data is very important for someone,
i would surely advice to look for the whea errors smile.gif
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I have talked to the WHEA Team from Microsoft and they said that it does not always mean a bad OC. Your choice to believe whether WHEA errors are important, I choose not to.

"WHEA Team from Microsoft", they have that? ..lol


i like this remark from feniks, over at the Asus forum,

"once IBT clears out and no WHEA warnings (recoverable hardware errors logged in Windows while using Ivy Bridge) then I am sure I am getting the maximum performance and stability out of the overclock I use.
if you have WHEA warnings logged in Event Viewer then the overclock is unstable and the chip wastes performance on doing the same job twice (or more) ... and that just proves recoverable errors .. think of those that went unnoticed and could cause data corruption at some point."
http://rog.asus.com/forum/archive/index.php/t-23714.html?s=e1fee87b8fd920dafdc26aefecaec162


like you said, it doesnt always have to mean a oc is unstable,
the microsoft whea team said, "does not always mean a bad OC",
but it could/can,
leaves performance and data corruption at some point,
if data is very important for someone,
i would surely advice to look for the whea errors smile.gif

It all comes to personal preference and I chose my side. Don't let me determine your choice. Look around and determine yourself.
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Hi swag, i new registered i need help biggrin.gif my build the same as yours is my property. I want u share maximus v gene rog exchange config file @4.8 overlocking i wating u thx GL..
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It all comes to personal preference and I chose my side. Don't let me determine your choice. Look around and determine yourself.

all good Swag, thanks thumb.gif
just trying to find clear answers about those whea's,
even tried to contact microsoft again about it..
i did read up again about it, did some searching etc..

but other then some saying, its important,
and others saying, its bs..
didnt get a,
this is why, you can find it here or there, nothing really clear..
srry if i offended you in any way,
will do some more searching about whea errors if i have time smile.gif
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It all comes to personal preference and I chose my side. Don't let me determine your choice. Look around and determine yourself.

all good Swag, thanks thumb.gif
just trying to find clear answers about those whea's,
even tried to contact microsoft again about it..
i did read up again about it, did some searching etc..

but other then some saying, its important,
and others saying, its bs..
didnt get a,
this is why, you can find it here or there, nothing really clear..
srry if i offended you in any way,
will do some more searching about whea errors if i have time smile.gif

Nah, I don't have anything against whatever people think about it. It comes to me that if I was stable back then and I didn't check for WHEA, then I think I shouldn't need to now. Like I said, if you choose to believe in that, go right ahead. I think the best way to get an answer would be contacting Microsoft's WHEA team. They usually take 24 hours to reply but they are direct and very good at explaining aspects of WHEA.
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Nah, I don't have anything against whatever people think about it. It comes to me that if I was stable back then and I didn't check for WHEA, then I think I shouldn't need to now. Like I said, if you choose to believe in that, go right ahead. I think the best way to get an answer would be contacting Microsoft's WHEA team. They usually take 24 hours to reply but they are direct and very good at explaining aspects of WHEA.
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Hi guys not sure what I'm doing wrong, I set my ratio to 42 but when I run Prime95 CPUZ says my core speed 38. Tried bumping to 44 still the same core speed (38) I have a z77 sabertooth (see my rig for more details). Could it be my RAM timing 9-10-9-24, 1866? hmmsmiley02.gif

EDIT: Ok tweaked power saving mode and ram speed to 1600, testing prime95 now reading core clock is reading 42. Running stress tests now.
Edited by Inacoma79 - 11/15/12 at 12:37am
 
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Is there any with the Asus mITX ? .... Got the /WD version, and only got two PLL options - "Auto" or "+0.1" - How can it be ?
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Hi guys not sure what I'm doing wrong, I set my ratio to 42 but when I run Prime95 CPUZ says my core speed 38. Tried bumping to 44 still the same core speed (38) I have a z77 sabertooth (see my rig for more details). Could it be my RAM timing 9-10-9-24, 1866? hmmsmiley02.gif
EDIT: Ok tweaked power saving mode and ram speed to 1600, testing prime95 now reading core clock is reading 42. Running stress tests now.

yes, it is only when it is on full load, will u see the correct multiplier smile.gif

Unless you disable power saving modes (c states etc, although i don't recommend it)
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