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i5 3570k at 4.4 ghz and high vcore 1.270 BSOD

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does it mean i have a bad chip if i did a small overclock to 4.4 ghz and keep failing prime95 test and bsod ing at 1.270 vcore. i cant raise it any higher because of temp. im getting 82 max temp for 3 hours then fail the test. ive seen people with 4.4 ghz at a very lower vcore. thanks

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post #2 of 27
what bsod code do you get ?,

Refere to this http://www.overclock.net/a/common-bsod-error-code-list-for-overclocking thumb.gif

That will give you an idea what is causing the crash.

Also remember not all chips are made identical so vcore varies wildley from chip to chip - even from the same wafer.
Edited by Ghilly - 10/1/12 at 1:41am
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oh thanks ill reply with the kind of BSOD when i get one.

do i follow the sandy bridge one?


what about prime95 does it show where it went wrong?
Edited by kanibobani - 10/1/12 at 1:50am
post #4 of 27
Both guides will be of help, so just compare your bsod code to the list. As far as i am aware prime will not inform where the error was or what caused it, but i beleive prime does write a log file which may be worth a check

check what code you get and bump the respective voltage - remember most ivy bridge procs run hotter than sandy so you may have hit your coolers max if your hitting 83c
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im not sure what you mean by hitting cooler max at 83 c?
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im not sure what you mean by hitting cooler max at 83 c?

He means that the cooler may not have sufficient capacity. You need to post your full specifications please smile.gif
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1.270 is a little higher than average from what I've encountered at that frequency. When in doubt after a BSOD, slowly raise voltage
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Sorry yes i should have been clearer - as thopsonn said you may be finding your cooler is at max capacity and it cannot cool your cpu effectively with that voltage - update your system specs so we can help more smile.gif
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Try lowering your PLL to 1.6v-1.7v range. (default is 1.8v I think).
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post #10 of 27
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thanks guys my specs
i5 3570k
cooler corsair h100
psw 750 corsair
16 gb ripjaw memory
gtx 670

whats the lowest pll i can go ?
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